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Archival Practices - Speculative Imaginings Workshop with Rea Tajiri

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Applying the creative strategies developed for film, Rea Tajiri guides workshop participants in the use of archive to create text and moving

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Co-presented with Wendy's Subway, a non-profit reading room, writing space, and independent publisher located in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Rea Tajiri is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker who grew up in Chicago, Illinois. After her family relocated to Los Angeles, Tajiri earned her BFA and MFA in Post-Studio Art from the California Institute of the Arts. Poetic, subtly layered and politically engaged, her work advances the exploration of forgotten histories, multi-generational memory, landscape and the Japanese American experience. She is a recipient of a 2020 Leeway Transformation Award and a current recipient of an Independence Public Media Foundation Projects grant. Prior to this, she has received support from a Pew Artist Fellowship, a Rockefeller Intercultural Media Fellowship, an NEA Visual Arts Fellowship as well as grants from ITVS, the New York Foundation for the Arts, NYSCA and a Temple University VP Arts Award. In 2019, Tajiri received a Fogo Island Arts Residency and in 2018 a residency at Banff Center for the Arts. Currently, she is an Associate Professor in the Film Media Arts Department at Temple University where she teaches documentary production.

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