In conjunction with the exhibition Red Horizon, a panel of artists, art historians, and curators discuss the politics of cultural production in the USSR during the 20th century and the continued relevancy of the art of dissent today. Participants include artists Vitaly Komar and Alexey Titarenko; Natalia Sidlina, curator of Russian art at Tate Modern in London; and Christina Kiaer, Associate Professor of Art History at Northwestern University. This discussion is presented in partnership with the History of Art Department-Ohio State University. This program is free and open to all; however, registration is available here. For questions, please call 614.629.0359.