Join us for a hands-on interactive session learning to create your own protest art. Whether signs for a march or posters for your wall, you’ll learn the basic elements to consider when creating your own protest works. You will need: Foamboard or posterboard (cardboard will also work) Markers or paint Stencils (optional) Something you believe … Continue reading Signs of the Times Protest Art Workshop
The First Amendment’s right to assemble and to petition is not the only path toward change. Art can be a highly effective form of resistance. Join the experts from University Museums on a virtual exploration of works of art on campus that seek to challenge the status quo. Questions from the audience will be encouraged. … Continue reading Art of Resistance at Iowa State: A Virtual Exploration
Agus Sudjianto is an executive vice president, head of Model Risk and a member of the Management Committee at Wells Fargo, will be giving a seminar titled “Managing Machine Learning Risk: Interpretability and Robustness”.
Des Moines Register reporter Andrea Sahouriwas covering a Black Lives Matter protest last year when she was pepper sprayed in the face and arrested by a Des Moines police officer. Sahouri and others made it clear she was a journalist, but prosecutors refused to drop the charges. After a three-day jury trial, it took jurors … Continue reading Think Like A Journalist: Arrested on the Job – Andrea Sahouri
When protesters gathered last summer in Des Moines to advocate for social justice, Greenlee alumnus Michael Englund knew he needed to grab his camera. See his pictures and hear his story during this compelling Depth & Dialogue session. Englund (’17, advertising) will share why photojournalism is so important, how to be prepared for any scenario … Continue reading A Protest is Worth 1,000 Pictures – Michael Englund
The First Amendment Committee will announce the winners of the “Pawsies,” the First Amendment Days Pet Film Competition. Vote for your favorite through April 9 in our online poll. Host: Gary Sawyer, Greenlee assistant teaching professor Event link: https://iastate.webex.com/iastate/onstage/g.php?MTID=e0d37e8f5d9281ca3017bfeb9a541fac6 First Amendment Days, April 12-16, 2021, is Iowa State University’s annual weeklong celebration of our First … Continue reading Pawsies – Pet Film Competition Awards Presentation
When we think of the First Amendment and the power of protest, we may not immediately think of music. In this Depth & Dialogue session, ISU student Durga Sritharan shares why we should. Her presentation originally was delivered at ISCORE 2021, but its message is relevant to First Amendment Days 2021. Find out how music … Continue reading Activism in the Music Industry: An ISCORE Encore Presentation