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Falling Walls Lab was a platform for excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all disciplines who wanted to present their research work, business model, innovative project or transformative idea in front of their peers and a distinguished jury from academia and business. This was presented by Northeastern University, the German Consulate in Boston, and the German Center for Research and Innovation in New York.
This was a screening of two student presentations: The 2019-2020 Gideon Klein project, an original animated film by Yael Sheinfeld ’21, based on a children’s book, The Children’s Tree of Terezin; and a presentation by Jessie Sigler ’20 about her project to increase accessibility to the Northeastern Holocaust Awareness Archives, especially the trove of survivor testimonies. This was part of the postponed 2020 Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week presented by the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern.
Inspired by the punk and zine culture in New York City, the cofounders of Vănguard traveled to Việt Nam in 2014 where they ignited a queer revolution using handmade zines. In this workshop, they will give a brief history of zines, reflect on their journey to Việt Nam, and show you technical skills to make your own digital zine masterpiece.
The Department of African American Studies led a panel discussion rooted in Africana Studies Scholarship and its intersections with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter.
In the age of COVID-19, art is happening simultaneously everywhere, at all times, and nowhere. Our relationships to physical space, objects, and now virtual audiences are reconfigured and mediated by expansions and distortions in the digital realm. Join curator, Leonie Bradbury and guest speakers for a conversation to discuss the ways they are expanding artistic practice on digital media platforms.
You didn't have to wait for restaurants to gradually re-open to kick off summer with a food and wine pairing menu! The San Diego Community hosted Bravo’s Top Chef Celebrity, Dave Martin for a virtual hour of demonstrating comfort food classics. They said, "Yes, Chef!" as they were guided through the preparation of a 3-course meal without the wait. These dishes could also be prepared using an Instant Pot to fit everyone's scheduling needs. Whether you were looking to wow dinner guests, or simply up your game in the kitchen, there was a place for everyone to join in on the fun.