EPSJ Events: 2008
Beehive Design Collective Presents: Dismantling Monoculture
Tuesday, November 11, 2:30-4:30pm
Bill Bordy Auditorium
On tour with giant, hand-drawn, portable murals, the Bees aim to draw the connections between colonial history and present day struggles against corporate globalization, violence, and racism. The Beehive creates anticopyright graphics as tools for popular analysis, education and organizing. Using these graphics as a springboard for discussion and information sharing, the Beehive Collective works to analyze and dismantle the forces at work in our capitalist society through a metaphorical lens of stories from the natural world. They draw clear connections between the colonial history of the Western Hemisphere and contemporary patterns of corporate globalization, violence, and racism. Sponsored by Emerson Peace & Social Justice and the Emerson College Visual & Media Arts Department.
Fall Harvest Festival
Wednesday, November 19, 9:00-11:00pm
Little Building Dining Hall
Harvest Fest is an annual event that provides advocacy and awareness about local farming and the benefits of eating, growing and buying local. This semester’s event included activities such as a donut eating contest, leaf printmaking, and pumpkin painting and the free food included caramel apples and cider. All food was provided from local farmers markets.
EPSJ Events: 2009
Friday, April 17, 6:00-9:00pm