Bard College Berlin Presents
Tuesday, May 15, 2018

"I am the Ghost" (exhibition and discussion)

Bard College Berin - The Factory
Bard College Berlin has the pleasure to invite you to an evening at the crossroads of times, people and places on Tuesday, May 15.

An exhibition of works of art created by students for the seminar History and Memory: Forced Migration in 20th and 21st century Germany will frame a presentation and dialogue about the late work of Francisco de Goya (1746-1828).
Nearly two centuries separate these expressions of migration and yet the same worn-out ghost wanders about.

6pm – Opening of the exhibition and refreshments
7pm – Introduction by Marion Detjen and John von Bergen
7.20pm – Presentations by the students
8pm – Presentation by Geoff Lehman followed by a conversation with Norbert Miller about the late work of Goya
8.45pm – Open discussion

We will serve Afghani Burgers and a cake that has made it from Slovenia to Egyptian cookbooks.

Admission free

RSVP by May 14 at communications@berlin.bard.edu

BVG Directions: Bard College Berlin is in Niederschönhausen, a 12-minute tram ride from the “Pankow” S/U-Bahn station. Take the M1 tram towards the destination “Rosenthal Nord” (not "Schillerstrasse") and exit at “Friedrich-Engels-Str. / Eichenstrasse”. Bard College Berlin’s arts building is 2 blocks away on the right side with a large red banner in front.

Contact information:  i.stelea@berlin.bard.edu

Location: Bard College Berin - The Factory

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