Projects and Programming

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The Mind’s Eye invites faculty applications for faculty mini-grants support scholarly programming. Funds may be used for initiatives to engage the MCLA community — including faculty, staff, and students — and public audiences. Programming ideas include but are not limited to book launches, exhibition openings, lectures, and roundtable discussions. 

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This interdisciplinary lecture series is designed to showcase faculty research and/or creative work, foster scholarly community on campus, and model academic excellence to students.

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CARE SYLLABUS is a cross-institutional public humanities and arts project of MCLA and MASS MoCA. First launched in 2020, CARE SYLLABUS is made possible in part through The Mind's Eye. 

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Slow: A Symposium in Praxis & Theory was a one-day interdisicplinary event co-hosted by MCLA’s The Mind’s Eye & MASS MoCA on November 1, 2019. Featuring over forty presentations and a keynote address by Tina Campt, the symposium explored temporalities of duration across the humanities and the arts.

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