The MCA’s 2020 Dialogue Series asks, what does inheritance mean in the public sphere?
This second program in the series considers generational experiences and migration stories. Speakers, including comedian and director Kiran Doel, and artists Jordan Nassar and Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, contend with individual migration stories in different ways using imagination, visualization, and storytelling. In this discussion we consider the psychological experience of migration across generations as a kind of inheritance that informs our lives and relationships in social contexts.
The Dialogue Series is a museum-wide commitment to sustained inquiry about museum practice, access, and inclusion. Each annual series includes eminent speakers presenting innovative work happening across disciplines, panel discussions, and opportunities for open dialogue between local arts professionals and audiences. Dialogue is organized by Curator January Parkos Arnall with the Performance and Public Practice team.
**Tickets are free, limit 2 tickets per reservation.**