Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Weisman Art Museum
This WAM Chatter brings together varied thinkers on the social, psychological, and neurobiological dimensions of the construction of memory. Produced in association with The WAM Files: The Art of the Archives, this presentation examines how memory endures and whether it can be held accountable. Panelists will present in pecha kucha style format and respond to the question in twenty slides shown for exactly twenty seconds each.
Presenters include Rebecca Krinke, multimedia artist and landscape architect; Wilma Koustaal, associate professor of psychology specializing in cognitive neuroscience; and Mona Smith, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota Oyate, artist and educator. Steve Dietz, new media curator and artistic director of Northern Lights, will moderate.
Parking is available in the parking garage located under the museum. Limited meter parking is available on the street.
More information: http://wam.umn.edu/event/wam-chatter-is-memory-true
To request disability accommodations, please contact Erin Lauderman, Weisman Art Museum, 612.625.9685.