Community Cartographies Convergence

A complete listing of events for the Community Cartographies Convergence in Durham and Chapel Hill, Sept. 19 – Oct. 18

Mapping Art Opening and Latino/a Studies Reception at Friedl Building Gallery at Duke University (5:00pm-6:30pm) …and later same day…
Opening Reception for Mapping Exhibits and 3rd Friday at Golden Belt (7:00pm-10pm)
A hugely successful international exhibition and book tour continues as An Atlas of Radical Cartography comes to North Carolina, opening at the Global Education Center, UNC-CH campus. Reception and brief welcoming speeches. For more information:
OCTOBER 2: DURHAM (6:30pm-8:00pm)
Epics of Black and Brown: A Public Panel on the Representation, Culture and Experience of African American and Latino/a Migrations, in conjunction with Jacob Lawrence exhibition, at Golden Belt
Panelists: Harry Harrison (Director, YMICC, Asheville), James H. Johnson (Director, Urban Investment Strategies Center, Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise; William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship), Pedro Lasch (Visual Artist & Duke Professor), and Claudia Milian (Cultural Theorist & Duke Professor).
OCTOBER 16: DURHAM, 5:30pm-7:00pm
Talk by Berkeley-based radical cartographer Trevor Paglen at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University
in conjunction with the Visiting Artists Series of Duke’s Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, and the 2008 Conference ‘Scenes of Secrecy’
OCTOBER 17: DURHAM, 7pm-10pm
Evening refreshments at Golden Belt for open studios and mapping exhibitions on Durham’s traditional ‘3rd Friday of the month’ celebration.
North Carolina Counter Cartographies Convergence Main Event and closing. All day at the Golden Belts Arts studio building (building 3), east of downtown Durham
Also late afternoon reception in conjunction with the 2008 Conference ‘Scenes of Secrecy: Interdisciplinary Inquiries on Suspicion, Intelligence, and Security’