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Public Events 

The Research and Academic Program organizes a variety of scholarly events throughout the year that are free and open to the public. These events include lectures by our fellows in residence, talks by invited scholars, curatorial roundtables, and other special events, in addition to the biannual Clark Conference.

September 18–21, 2024—Afro-Eurasian Origins of Print: A Material, Social and Theoretical History

November 22, 2024—A Clark Symposium: Transformative Futures: Blockchain and the Arts Ecosystem

June 26–28, 2025—Celebrating 25 Years in the Research and Academic Program

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RAP also organizes and invites proposals for year-round scholarly colloquia and exhibition concept workshops. These more intimate, semi-private convenings allow for sustained inquiry into a particular subject or theme. You may find more information about how to propose a scholarly convenings here.