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December 13, 2022

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During the fall of 2017, art educator B. Stephen Carpenter II began a residency at the MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST).

He provided new perspectives on issues of access, privilege, and the global water crisis through a series of seminars, performances, and workshops. Carpenter’s seminars illustrated ways of disrupting systems of oppression and ways to increase access to potable water in politically marginalized communites in the United States and abroad.

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    • Appropriate Technology as Intentionally Disruptive Responsibility Unlimited
    • Intentional Public Disruptions, Art, and Social Responsibility Unlimited
    • Community, Water, Pedagogy, and Learning Unlimited
    • Socially Engaged Practice Enabling Difficult Conversations I Unlimited
    • Socially Engaged Practice Enabling Difficult Conversations II Unlimited
    • Reflecting and Disrupting Unlimited
    • Educational Experience as Intentionally Disruptive Pedagogy Unlimited
    • Art Education as Engagement with the World Unlimited
    • Conventional Practice and Conceptual Explorations Unlimited
    • Performing Explorations of Context and Meaning Making Unlimited

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