Tuesday 19 November 20193:00 am to 5:00 am
Roxane Gay, New York Times bestselling author of Bad Feminist, and Abbi Jacobson, star and co-creator of Comedy Central’s hit series Broad City, will be in conversation to kick off The Great Human Series presented by the Corita Art Center in partnership with Second Home and KCRW.
Illustrator and author Lisa Congdon will make introductory remarks.
The Great Humans Series is a contemporary reboot of the influential lecture series organize in the 1960s by the late artist and educator, Corita Kent.
Enjoy an inspiring and rebellious evening embodying Corita’s ethos of hope, love and justice.
In the ‘60s, Corita was a cultural icon: a pioneering practitioner of Pop art, an outspoken advocate for social justice, and life-changing arts educator. Corita’s work reflected her concerns about poverty, racism, and war, and her messages continue to resonate with audiences today.
The Corita Art Center preserves and promotes Corita’s artistic and educational legacy and passion for social justice.
Hear renowned philosopher and founder of the New College of the Humanities AC Grayling discuss ideas outlined in this his new book War.
Join Alex Blogu, Member in Second Home London, and learn how to use Facebook advertising to find your right target audience and test different value propositions.
Hear philosopher and School of Life founder Alain de Botton discuss the challenges of maintaining modern relationships and what it really means to Love another.
Hear physicist and best-selling author of Seven Brief Lessons in Physics - Carlo Rovelli - speak on his new book Reality Is Not What It Seems.
Hear from entrepreneur, inventor and investor Dov Moran on how he built M-Systems - a pioneer in flash data storage - into a company with over a $1bn a year in revenue, before exiting to SanDisk in 2006 for $1.6bn.
Dr Louise Alexander is interested in planetary materials, particularly the composition of meteorites and Apollo samples. Her current research aims to study how the flux of galactic cosmic rays, have impacted the lunar surface and have changed with time.
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