“Artifacts of Time Travel,” curated by Diana Khoi Nguyen and featuring poet Tongo Eisen Martin, nonfiction writer Kao Kalia Yang, and poet Victoria Chang as participant-moderator. This event will be in-person and on campus.
The final event in A CAAPP Black Study on Intimacy Part Two, "Artifacts of Time Travel," nods to the fluid travel each of these writers do in their creative work: moving through archives, histories, and narratives across time. In these fraught local, national, and global times, we might reflect on the various intimacies between those we are close with, but also how one can surprisingly find oneself in intimate conversation with strangers. The event will engage with the past and present, how they entangle on the page (and in person) as we orient our thinking toward the future moment.
Location and Address
Frick Fine Arts Building: Auditorium
650 Schenley Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Capacity is limited; pre-registration required.