Caribbean Poets and Artists Perform at The Cooper Union on October 26, 2019

This event features the work of two alumni of The Cooper Union, Jean-Ulrick Désert and Cozbi Cabrera, and collaborative works with poets Charles Albert Matz II and Lasana Sekou.

Consistent with the original function of The Cooper Union—which is celebrating its 160th anniversary—to provide education “as free as water and air,” the exhibit re-animates the prototype of Venetian Scole Piccole, the earliest public schools in the Occidental sphere, originally staged on the occasion of the Venice Biennale 2018. 

The Cooper Union
41 Cooper Square, Room 201/201A
New York City, NY

Saturday, October 26, at 4 PM
Columbus, the Moor by Charles Albert Matz II
Book of the Dead by Lasana Sekou
The Salt Reaper by Lasana Sekou 
Saturday, October 26, at 10 AM – 6 PM
Gloria, Video by Jean-Ulrick Desert
Untitled, Video by Cozbi Cabrera 

Presented by: The Cooper Union and The Cooper Union Alumni Association  Open to the general public.