A series of events focused on letter writing and open discussion about connecting with people who are incarcerated. Events take place on 1/11, 2/8, 4/19, and 5/10
Guest artists Amy Díaz-Infante and Angelica Muro share perspectives from their practices as artists and educators on the future of Chicano art and identity. What does a "Chicanx" or post-Chicano visual language look like?
Join us in conversation with guest artists Irene Juárez O'Connell and Victor Cervantes and hear about their community-centered art practice, activism, and continued resistance against cultural erasure.
In collaboration with the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, At the Present Moment is comprised of pieces made by student artists and creators at UC Santa Cruz during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each student has... more
The reception will feature a tour of the virtual exhibition hub, website, and a panel discussion with Amalia Mesa-Bains, Philip Brookman, Irene Juárez O'Connell, and Victor Cervantes.
Bring your own projects and join fellow students for a relaxing evening of knitting, crochet, self care, and community!
Sesnon Speak Up: Undoing Time features a discussion with Professor Sharon Daniel whose work is in Barring Freedom at the San José Museum of Art. Focus will particularly be paid to Daniel's installation series Undoing Time and her new interactive documentary, EXPOSED, as the basis for a... more
A conversation with Isaac Julien and Jennifer Baszile moderated by Porter Provost Gerald Casel.
A brief introduction to the Solitary Garden by IAS staff followed by planting abolition discussion facilitated by Art Department alum, Color Study Group.