Paul Rucker: Live Keynote and Q&A
Time and Location
- Thu, Apr 22 at 5:00 pm Virtual Experience
Register for the Keynote
Paul Rucker is a multimedia visual artist, composer, and musician. His practice often integrates live performance, original musical compositions, and visual art installation. For nearly two decades, Rucker has used his own brand of art making as a social practice, which illuminates the legacy of enslavement in America and its relationship to the current socio-political moment. His work is the product of a rich interactive process, through which he investigates community impacts, human rights issues, historical research, and basic human emotions.
Rucker will present a series of virtual engagements with students and faculty at WWU throughout the week.
At 5 p.m. on April 22, Mr. Rucker will deliver a keynote open to the public, followed by a Q&A session to answer questions from the attendees.
Please register using the form on this page to get the link to the keynote. If you don't receive a link after you register, make sure to check your spam filters.
Note on recording
The keynote will be recorded for educational use, but will not be available to the public afterward. The Q&A portion will not be recorded.