In the spring of 2019, Kevork Mourad visited the College of the Holy Cross. He worked with students in Digital Art, taught by Professor Rachelle Beaudoin. Mourad made puppets and backdrops with students around the Holy Cross Campus. Professor Beaudoin compiled these puppets and backdrops for this video project. Healing, created by Olivia Sahovey, combines the work of Kevork Mourad and the students of Holy Cross.
Change challenges the male dominant history of inventors. Women throughout history have created inventions that still influence us to this day. Change brings to light the accomplishments of these female inventors.
Illustration based on the NY Times article “Asian-Americans Need More Movies, Even Mediocre Ones” by Viet Thanh Nguyen.
It matters because I, and most other Asian-Americans, grew up and still live in the opposite of “narrative plenitude.” We live in an economy of narrative scarcity, in which we feel deprived and must fight to tell our own stories and fight against the stories that distort or erase us.Viet Thanh Nguyen
Representation depicts the reality of Asian-American representation. Asian and/or Asian-American representation is overshadowed by stereotyped characters and whitewashing.
(In collaboration with the Politics of a Wall class)
Question the recognizable.Politics of a Wall class
Stars examines the social construct of icons and iconography.