In Conversation: Lauren Bon & Gerald Clarke
Desert X 2023 artists Lauren Bon and Gerald Clarke discuss their artistic practices as it connects to larger goals for social and environmental change.
Closing Weekend May 6 & 7
Celebrate the final days of Desert X 2023 in collaboration with Palm Springs Art Museum and College of the Desert for a weekend of activities with artists and organizers in art, architecture and community building.
Coming Soon: Social Justice Conversation
An online conversation led by Edwin Ramoran, Desert X Curatorial Fellow.
Community Weekend April 1 & 2
Join Desert X and Palm Springs Art Museum for a weekend of activities with artists and organizers in architecture, design thinking, and community building. Through conversations, site activations, and self-guided tours, explore how collaboration can lead to creative solutions for change.
This Land: Making Never Forget
Hear about the complex histories of the land upon which Nicholas Galanin’s project stands
In Conversation: Zahrah Alghamdi and Xaviera Simmons
Zahrah Alghamdi and Xaviera Simmons talk with Steven Biller, Editor-in-Chief of Palm Springs Life Magazine about their creative practice, freedom of expression, relationship to the natural world, teaching, and how they address histories and traditions in their projects for Desert X.
Solidarities: Serge Attukwei Clottey, Christopher Myers, and César García-Alvarez
Artists Serge Attukwei Clottey and Christopher Myers talk with co-curator César García-Alvarez about their projects for the Desert X 2021 exhibition, and how they strive to instigate dialogues between communities across geographies and histories
Giselle Woo and the Night Owls at Vivian Suter’s Tamanrasset
In their first post-pandemic live performance, Coachella Valley-based rock band Giselle Woo and The Night Owls activate Tamanrasset, Vivian Suter’s project for Desert X 2021.
Listening Party: Jackrabbit Homestead
Explore the sonicscape with Kim Stringfellow, Claire Campbell, Jim White and Neville Wakefield
I’m Here to Stay
Performance by Serge Attukwei Clottey
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.
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.