This event has been rescheduled, and will be presented in hybrid format on September 14. Ticket buyers will be notified by email.
Influential feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, known for her seminal 1975 essay “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema,” discusses her new book, Afterimages: On Cinema, Women and Changing Times, and its intersections with artist Carrie Schneider’s new work, on view at MASS MoCA beginning March 11 in the exhibition Sphinx.
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- This event is general admission seating and will take place inside MASS MoCA’s Club B10. Masks are required during the event, except while eating and drinking.
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Planning on dinner after the event? Check out restaurants in downtown North Adams or find a nosh right here on campus: Bright Ideas Brewing or Lickety Split Cafe.
Laura Mulvey’s book Afterimages in Carrie Schnedier’s studio