Final Weekend: Don’t Miss Occupy! at Governors Island

International Center of Photography

OCCUPY! FINAL WEEKEND – DON’T MISS IT!

September 29-30 | Saturday-Sunday
11 am-5 pm
Governors Galleries on Governors Island

To mark the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, ICP presents Occupy! This special exhibition celebrates the significant uses of photography, film, and social media in recording and communicating the message of the OWS movement and features media from professional and amateur photographers, who submitted their work to ICP. Over the course of its six-week run, the exhibition has included hundreds of photographic prints related to the protests, as well as film screenings, digitally displayed crowd-sourced imagery, and special events.

Join us on the Sunday, September 30, for these events:

3 pm
Installation performance by artist/activist group The Flag Doctors and a screening of experimental documentary WashMachine Video Current by Jimi Pantalon

3:45 pm
"#occupy: Criticizing Power through Image and Symbol," a presentation by Hallie DeCatherine Jones, doctoral student at Indiana University, Bloomington

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