NPR LIVE | November 23rd, 2015


NPR's Tom Ashbrook interviews #‎EvokingTheMulatto‬ creator Lindsay Catherine Harris, and contributors Kaliya Warren and Ko Smith‬. Original Air Date: November 23rd, 2015 11am EST

NBPC LiveStream Screening + Panel

YOUTUBE SPACE NY | November 19th, 2015


National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), the Harlem-based media arts organization, presents a screening and panel discussion at YouTube Space NY to launch the web series component of Evoking the Mulatto. A discussion follows with Judy Pryor-Ramirez, Lise Funderburg, Giovanna Fischer and Lindsay C. Harris. Moderated by Maura Cuffie.

Evoking the Mulatto Discussion

Brooklyn Independent Media | June 19th, 2014


Lindsay C. Harris ( teacher & multi-media artist) discusses her project “Evoking the Mulatto.” Original air date: Jun 19, 2014

Grey Art Gallery Talk

Silver Center, NYU, Room 300 | October 23th, 2013


Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art continues with “Mediating Perceptions: The Radical Praxis of Iterative Consciousness,” a panel discussion moderated by Pato Hebert featuring Ricardo Gamboa, Lindsay C. Harris, and Tida Tippapart. Join NYU Grey Art Gallery tomorrow at 6:30 pm at the NYU Silver Center, Room 300 (enter at 32 Waverly Place). The event is free of charge, no reservations, limited capacity. Photo ID required for entrance to NYU buildings. Be sure to use #RadicalPresenceNY to join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Color of Colorblind: Exploring Mixed Race Identity

VitaminW | December 12th, 2012


By Lindsay C. Harris:

Like 60 million other Americans, I cast my ballot to reelect our first black president last month. I endorsed a man whose accomplishments are certainly emblematic of progress in the fight for civil rights in this country, but who’s multiracial heritage, identity, and “degree of blackness” under constant scrutiny represents a long and complicated history of racial classification in the United States.

Evoking Race at The Crown Heights Film Festival
The Huffington Post | November 7th, 2012


By Atim Oton:

I am a child of a Nigerian father and an American mother whose parents were from Trinidad and Jamaica, so race and identity is something I deal with and have conversations about frequently. In the U.S., race is a taboo topic that is usually discussed behind closed doors and in Brooklyn especially where my business in Crown Heights is located, race dialogue is very silent and fleeting even as the neighborhood's demographics change. And a place I expect to find dialogues and discussions on race would be a film festival. So, when the Crown Heights Film Festival opens this Halloween into mid-November, I look for films that deal with race with a focus on black culture.

Read the complete article here.

ETM: Episode 1 Launch Party
September 14th, 2012


Come see the premiere screening of the first EtM episode! A Q&A discussion with its creator and collaborators will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project and discuss its relevance in contemporary society. And, of course, we’ll have some fun!

Visit Union Docs here.