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Slought encourages dialogue and relationships through social and cultural programs.
We foster intercultural exchange, research, and advocacy around the world.
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Featured Projects

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Begins Jan 29, 2016
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Begins Oct 23, 2015
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Current Events

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In Philadelphia
Feb 05, 2016

A workshop featuring talks and conversations by thirteen distinguished scholars from across the United States

Values
Feb 18, 2016

A series of conversations about Baltimore and how photography and protest can challenge our perceptions of the ghetto

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In the World
Feb 04, 2016

A conversation about the critical disposition of the contemporary art critic and historian

Values
Feb 12, 2016

A series of aerial photographs that reveal the myriad forces and actions that have blossomed to displace and erase the Bedouins who have lived in the desert for generations

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In the Cloud
May 29, 2015

A conversation and workshop with Kunda Dixit about the Nepal civil war, photography, and the recording of loss

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Dec 10, 2015

An online exhibition about the Hong Kong Umbrella movement (2014) and the revolutionary potential of language and collective enunciation

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Advocacy Blog

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In Philadelphia
Dec 11, 2015

A collaborative proposal that responds to and critiques the epidemic of youth violence and fatality in Philadelphia.

In the World
Nov 18, 2015

A conversation with artist Tanja Ostojić about the physical, emotional, and intellectual consequences of migration and displacement.

In the Cloud
Aug 08, 2015

Alanna Rebbeck reflects on the invisibility of "slow violence" and how cultural institutions can visualize a new aesthetic of resistance.