10 Questions: What is Knowledge?

Tuesday, November 27, 2018, 6:30pm
Glorya Kaufman Hall, Rm 200 UCLA Campus 120 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90095 Map and directions
UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture - 10 Questions: What is Knowledge?

Giving the public a special opportunity to experience the conversations that drive innovation at the university, this fall the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture presents "10 Questions," a hybrid academic course and public event series that brings together leading minds from across the university to discuss ten fundamental questions.

This week, Kristy Edmunds, Victoria Marks, Todd Presner, and Marcelo Suarez Orozco will join Brett Steele, dean of the UCLA School of the Arts & Architecture to explore the quesiton, "What is Knowledge?"

Kristy Edmunds, artist, curator, and executive and artistic director of CAP UCLA
Executive and Artistic Director, Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA

Victoria Marks, choreographer
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
Professor, Department of World Arts & Cultures/Dance

Todd Presner, digital humanist and cultural critic
Associate Dean, Digital Innovation
Adviser to the Vice Chancellor of Research for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Chair, UCLA Digital Humanities Program
Ross Professor, Department of Germanic Languages
Professor, Comparative Literature

Marcelo Suarez Orozco, psychological anthropologist
Wasserman Dean, UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
Distinguished Professor, Department of Education

Event Info and RSVP:
Tuesday, Nov. 27
6:30 p.m.

Glorya Kaufman Hall, Rm 200
UCLA Campus
120 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1608

Kaufman Hall is located in North Campus off of Sunset Boulevard.
Pay-by-space parking is available in lot 4.

About the sponsor:
One of the twelve prestigious professional schools at UCLA, the School of the Arts and Architecture offers leading programs in four degree-granting departments: Architecture and Urban Design, Art, Design | Media Arts and World Arts and Cultures/Dance, and one school-wide minor, the Visual and Performing Arts Education program (VAPAE). Our commitment to innovative education, pioneering research, dynamic public service, and community engagement is fueled by our unwavering belief in the fundamental value of creativity and the artist’s unique ability to change the world and shape the future.