How might we re-imagine immigration policy?
In 1973, John Lennon and Yoko Ono re-imagined immigration policy through a satirical performance art piece at a New York City press conference by founding the country of “Nutopia” through a public declaration.
This course is a 1-day immersive workshop for 12 students to re-imagine immigration policy through the inspiration of John Lennon and Yoko Ono
Students will learn from other people how they feel about immigration policy, synthesizing those multiple POVs into one singular—and provocative—POV, rapidly experiment with 3 different mediums of expression; and finally focus on one medium to craft a provocative statement on immigration policy.
Students will end the day by sharing their provocative art with each other—and the world—via social media. #nutopiabydesign
Seamus Yu Harte
Director of Content, Nearpod
Co-Founder & Executive Director, The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
- Spring 2018
- No Credit
Friday, April 13, 10a-6p
Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco
Apply by Friday, March 9th.
CLASS SIZE: 12
Open to Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, Fellows and Post-Docs, Community Members