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***All public programs at The Graduate Center, CUNY are postponed, canceled, or will be livestreamed for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.

This opening reception has been postponed, please check back here on our website (or sign up for our mailing list here for updates) about rescheduling and more information regarding this opening reception and exhibition.

Please join the artists and members of The Racial Imaginary Institute for the exhibition opening reception of How can I say this so that we can stay in this car together? including a performance by Maria Hupfield in The James Gallery at the Graduate Center, CUNY on March 26th, from 7 to 9 PM. Free and open to the public.

Artists include: Black Audio Film Collective, Tara Hart, Maria Hupfield, Emily Jacir, Ajay Kurian, Claudia Rankine and John Lucas, Mercedes Teixido.

This exhibition is part of collaborative project between The James Gallery and The Racial Imaginary Institute titled "On Nationalism: Borders and Belonging" producing exhibitions, dialogues, symposia, and experimental pedagogy with CUNY colleges. Activities will take place around the city and a companion exhibition will take place at Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.

Co-sponsored by the Committee for Globalization and Social Change