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Wednesday, September 18:  PHOENIX

7:00-9:00PM:  Sobremesa (Residency Kick-Off Gathering) 

Location: Phoenix Hostel & Cultural Center

Join artists, culture workers and community members for a meet-and-greet with artist Carolina Aranibar-Fernández. Learn more about the Binational Arts Residency and the women leading this work in two countries. This event is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required. 

*Due to limited capacity, tickets are required.


BINATIONAL ARTS RESIDENCY

EVENTS SCHEDULE


Wednesday, September 25:  PHOENIX

7:00 PM:  Conversatorio con Carolina Aranibar-Fernández

Location: Interlingua Spanish School

Presentación y diálogo sobre arte, estéticas y recursos que construyen movimientos de poder y capital.

Open to the public, no tickets required.  


Thursday, October 17 - Sunday, October 19:  AGUA PRIETA, MX.

Taller con migrantes y refugios

In this workshop, Carolina will gather with migrant and refugee families to create visual poetic stories at the US/MEX border.

Not open to the public. .


Saturday, October 26:  AGUA PRIETA, MX

6:00 - 8:00 PM: Land, Interrupted

Location:  Douglas / Agua Prieta Border Crossing

Open to the public, no tickets required.


Thursday, January 23:  PHOENIX, AZ

7:00 PM:  Public Artist Talk: Cartographies of Power

Location: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art is pleased to invite you to a very special artist talk with Bolivian visual artist, Carolina Aranibar-Fernández. She will discuss her

method of tracing capital flows and resources, as well as working with Indigenous communities, as part of the development of her artist practice.

Open to the public, tickets required. 


Thursday, February 20:  TUCSON

4:30-6:00PM:  Public Artist Talk - Mapping Power

Artist talk with students and faculty to learn about tracing and mapping power flows as a methodology for developing video installations.

Location:  Guerrero Center at University of Arizona

Open to the public, no tickets required. 

 

6:30PM:  Community Dinner at Guerrero Center

Join Tucson students, community leaders, and Carolina Aranibar-Fernández for an informal dinner and meet-and-greet.  

Location:  Guerrero Center at University of Arizona

Open to the public, no tickets required.


Wednesday, March 25: HERMOSILLO, MX

5:30-7:30PM:  Taller: Poesia Visual

Location:

Open to the public, tickets required.


Friday, May 1: PHOENIX, AZ

7:00 PM: Art Exhibition "Materiality & Power” show with Ana Teresa Fernández and Carolina Aranibar-Fernández

Location: TBA

Join Ana Teresa Fernández and Carolina Aranibar-Fernández in conversation for their shared exhibition, “Materiality & Power.” Both artists focus on social issues at the intersection of power, women and racialized bodies. This show features new work that is socially relevant and connects conversations between flows of capital and resources, and invisiblized labor.