Co-presented with Boom Arts.
How are a new generation of Chileans—including the children of activists targeted by Pinochet and other younger artists, journalists, and activists—making sense of their shared past within a post-Pinochet climate? Join Villa playwright Guillermo Calderón (via Skype), Mariela Szwarcberg (Assistant Professor of Political Science at Reed College), and Amalia Gladhart (Professor of Spanish and Head of the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon) for a discussion curated and moderated by Ruth Wikler-Luker (Boom Arts).
To help you navigate this year’s Festival, we’ve put together a few clusters of activities—performances, workshops, talks, and screenings—that center on a theme, region, or particular artist’s work. For more events related to Contemporary Latin American Politics & Performance, explore the connected projects below.