The panel takes place at the University Art Gallery at UC San Diego on November 14.
Month: November 2019
Juliacks BHA ’08 creates multidisciplinary projects in many media including performance, films, comics-art novels, tapestries, paintings and more.
“Idol Worship” celebrates the ongoing cultural, social and political significance of role model adoration as an essential survival strategy.
The second edition includes work by MFA candidates Lena Chen and Jackson McKeehan, along with Sadie Powers and Nathaniel Sullivan.
The title of the show, “The GAG,” draws from black, queer culture and is directly related to the themes of the exhibition.
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The National Gallery of Art is the first American art museum to invite teams of data scientists and art historians to analyze, contextualize, and visualize their permanent collection data.
“Stinkhorn” will screen as part of the Queer Arts Film Festival, November 8-10, and in as part of Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest on November 16.
“Triggered” reflects upon and reveals the impact that guns have in our lives through the works of contemporary artworks in a range of media.
Professor Kristen Letts Kovak’s solo exhibition of drawings title “White Noise” is on view at York College’s Marketview Arts on November 1 to 23.