9338 Campau Gallery

Location

9338 Joseph Campau
Hamtramck
,
Michigan
48212
,
US

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Past Events

Friday
Oct
21
2016
Friday, October 21, 2016 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
An exhibition and gallery based discussion on the politics and the joy of printing in Detroit designed, curated and researched by Danielle Aubert and Maia Asshaq
Thursday
Oct
1
2015
Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 6:30-8pm
6:30-8pm
View the work before the 7 pm lecture by Kate Levy about her project "The Fate of the Machinery" - This will be followed by an additional talk on archives and appropriation with Kate. Please join us and see you there!
Wednesday
Sep
30
2015
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 from 7-10pm
7-10pm
Join Bryce Detroit and Jackson Koeppel as they lead a conversation with local activists about how to build life-sustaining economic systems in the shadow of global financial systems. Hear about exciting projects taking place right here in Detroit that have the potential to effect broader economic systems. http://9338campau.com http://www.facebook.com/events/1636822603224346/
Wednesday
Apr
22
2015
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
As part of the "Memory and the State of the City" discussion series at 9338 Campau Gallery in Hamtramck, sociologist Martin Murray will talk about the social construction and impact of collective memory, and the political, practical and ethical dimensions of dealing with the remembrance of a painful and unjust past. The discussion will use Martin's extensive research on "commemorating and forgetting" in post-apartheid South Africa as an analogy through which to approach contemporary issues in Detroit. Martin Murray is a professor of urban planning at the University of Michigan. He began his lengthy and distinguished academic career as a sociologist with a strong foundation in urban geography. His current research engages the fields of urban studies and planning, global urbanism, cultural geography, distressed urbanism, development, historical sociology, and African studies. He is the author of numerous books including "Commemorating and Forgetting: Challenges for the New South Africa."