A robust series of public and educational programs will accompany the Desert X 2021 artists’ projects and help broaden the exhibition’s reach to regional, international and national audiences.
Heavy Metal: Whiteness, Masculinity and The Reparations Framework with Xaviera Simmons
with Xaviera Simmons, Brandon Stosuy, Melissa Auf der Maur, Hunter Hunt-Hendrix, and M. Lamar
Pop-In Studio: Kim Stringfellow
Chat with the artist at her work Jackrabbit Homestead for Desert X 2021 in Palm Desert.
Mask Craft Activity
with Serge Attukwei Clottey
Think Together Arts Curriculum
A three-part curriculum with hands-on experiences.
Listening Party: Jackrabbit Homestead
Explore the sonicscape with Kim Stringfellow, Jim White and Claire Campbell
Activists explore strategies for immigration advocacy and community building.
A conversation between an artist, a curator, and a scholar explore the ways borders, laws, and policies shape the lives of immigrant people.
3 by 3: Ghada Amer with Sahar Amer
The Amer siblings explore issues of culture, identity, and the politics of gender.
Desert as Place and Idea: Planning Desert X 2021
In partnership with EXPO Chicago.
Videos and voices of Coachella Valley youth.
The Family Guide is a user-friendly educational tool for visitors to Desert X, and is written in Spanish and English.