The MCSI program for Spring 2021 is “The Careful Photograph”
The Director for Spring 2021 is Associate Professor of Art Tarrah Krajnak.
“The Careful Photograph,” podcast will feature the voices of nine emerging photographers of color who are challenging, subverting, and highlighting some of the problems and paradoxes of the photographic medium in our current moment.
Each episode will focus conversation around a single photograph by the artist. What has emerged are nine episodes that can be used as a teaching tool, or a course in itself about how to look at photographs and look “with care.” Each episode ends with a praxis assignment, visual exercise, or creative prompt for listeners.
Artists Featured: Sama Alshaibi, Nydia Blas, William Camargo, Mercedes Dorame, Tommy Kha, Lorena Molina, Zora J Murff, Rafael Soldi, and Aaron Turner
First podcast release February 16th
Website for the Series: https://www.thecarefulphotograph.com/
Featured Artist: Mercedes Dorame
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5ENQtDyfLFaJh2Yb4jhBFG?si=viwXNpyvR7uAdxLlIJhU1Q
Featured Artist: Aaron Turner
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5Nu4kRAyIqqOshl0sZrO2h?si=m6xO9wbaSheSWhyJcAN36A
Featured Artist: Sama Alshaibi
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7sGI5cAMQPvAl0CFfYu60r?si=UxPu9SmsQayOPanspgrc2Q
Featured Artist: William Camargo
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0sNS7D1bndFNXbCfFOy4XZ?si=XrSS5xrqTw-xiOnnjCnnYQ
Featured Artist: Lorena Molina
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3pavf8mfcENCAq1nL3tbhW
Featured Artist: Zora J Murff
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/5zdirBTUgR8EB4NSW6OuaX
Featured Artist: Nydia Blas
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/36Can8kZr8E8NYvkX73BEV
Featured Artist: Tommy Kha
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6dzLhFrH9KqWD8i5eZEjzh
Each academic year, the Ruth and Lee Munroe Center for Social Inquiry continues the pursuit of interdisciplinary learning and public inquiry embodied by the lives and service of two of Pitzer’s most distinguished and beloved professors, the late Robert “Lee” Munroe, research professor of anthropology, and the late Ruth Hagberg Munroe.