Join two socially minded visual artists as they continue their examination of public art commissions, artwork removal, and the impact of such activity on local communities.
Individuals who were integral to the Black Wednesday Wall public art project share insights about the process of reimagining the space and what they ultimately envision it to be.
College of Environmental Design graduate students present recent projects addressing diversity, empowerment, and legacy.
CED dean Chakrabarti talks with the renowned architect and philanthropist about Foster’s engagement with the arts and future generations of creative thinkers.
A California-France collaboration examines the city-building innovations emerging in the midst of significant social upheaval.
Erika Chong Shuch and Amara Tabor-Smith discuss the ways performance can provide intimacy, connection, and an enduring sense of community.
Two indigenous ecologists engage in a discussion about indigenous fire management and land practices.
Photographer and professor Ken Light looks at forty years of award-winning journalism through the lenses of Lange Fellows.
Native dancers from Australia and California discuss colonization of indigenous lands and cross-cultural collaboration.
An Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium Lecture, presented as part of A+D Mondays, co-sponsored by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the Arts Research Center, and the Department of Art Practice.