Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Ala Ebtekar

Tuesday, November 14, 2017, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Photo of Ala Ebtekar's Nowheresville on display in an art gallery
Ala Ebtekar is an artist, researcher and educator who works between the Bay Area and Tehran, Iran. Born in Berkeley to Iranian activist/artist parents, his work disquiets dominant notions of identity and complicates cultural difference. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Room 286
School of Art, Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies
School of Art
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Ebtekar teaches at Stanford University in the Art and Art History Department and Institute for Diversity in the Arts. He is the founder and director of Art, Social Space and Public Discourse, a three-year Stanford global initiative on art that investigates the multiple contexts that shift and define changing ideas of public space.

Ebtekar holds a Master of Fine Arts from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute.


Image: Nowheresville ‘nä-koja,-abäd by Ala Ebtekar. 2015. The Third Line. Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Courtesy of the artist.