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A conference and film program exploring the construction of race and racialized identities in Eurasia
A conversation and film screening exploring the motif of hell and purgatory in modern Irish culture and politics
A series of programs that brings the Erasures project back to the communities most directly affected by the issues it raises
The Institute for the Humanities and MOCAD joins Slought and the John Cage Trust in reviving John Cage's "How To Get Started" (1989) for the first time in the Midwest
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Learn what Slought means to our publics - their unique experiences complement our institutional voice
Alanna Rebbeck, a local musician and high school senior, recently interned at Slought, with a focus on exhibitions.
Jeannine Cook, the co-Director of Positive Minds, was a youth facilitator active in Mixplace Studio at Slought.
Sue Ann Prince, the founding director of the American Philosophical Society Museum, has supported Slought since its formation.
Engage with social issues and ideas that reflect our organizational values
MK Asante, the acclaimed author of Buck, speaks with Lorene Cary and young adults about safety, agency, and the power of language.
An interview with artist Fazal Sheikh about dispossession and the loss of memory and identity following the the Arab-Israeli War of 1948
Alanna Rebbeck reflects on the invisibility of "slow violence" and how cultural institutions can visualize a new aesthetic of resistance.