supported program: Tomorrow We Disappear

The haudenschildGarage supported the 2013 documentary Tomorrow We Disappear that explores the New Delhi colony of Kathputli, a tinsel slum and home to some of the greatest street magicians, acrobats, and puppeteers. In 2011, the government sold the land and the area will be bulldozed for development.

supported program: ‘Arrhythmias of Counter-Production: Engaged Art in Argentina, 1995-2011’

The University Art Gallery (UAG) at the University of California, San Diego presented an exhibition of Argentine political art produced in the public sphere over the past fifteen years – Arrhythmias of Counter-Production (October 6 2011 – January 20 2012).

supported program: Access Youth Academy

The haudenschildGarage supports the non-profit Access Youth Academy a youth enrichment program serving underprivileged students in the San Diego area. The program is based on three major pillars: academic tutoring, squash instruction, & community service.

supported program: The Limits of Representation: Psychoanalysis and Critical Aesthetics by Juli Carson

The haudenschildGarage supported art historian and professor Juli Carson‘s book, The Limits of Representation: Psychoanalysis and Critical Aesthetics (Buenos Aires: Letra Viva Press, 2011).