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Utopian World-Making: Art, Social Justice and Communities of Color

Utopian World-Making:
Art, Social Justice and Communities of Color

Influx Space, Regis Art Center

Friday, April 28

Welcome

Karen Brown, ICGC
Bianet Castellanos, Chicano and Latino Studies


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Roundtable: Art as Institutional Practice

Eliza Rasheed, Linwood Monroe Arts Plus Upper Campus
Mike Hoyt, Creative Community Liaison, Pillsbury Theatre
Moderator: Karen Brown, ICGC


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Roundtable: A Conversation with Los Angeles Artists I

Luciano Martinez
Ruben Esparza
Rigo Maldonado
Moderator: Jessica Lopez Lyman, Chicano and Latino Studies


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Saturday, April 29

Roundtable: A Conversation with Los Angeles Artists II

Joey Terrill
Lalo Ugalde
Miguel Reyes
Moderator: Bianet Castellanos, Chicano and Latino Studies


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Roundtable: A Conversation with Twin Cities Women of Color Artists

Oskar Ly
Junauda Petrus
Maria Cristina Tavera
Moderator: Gabriella Spears-Rico, Chicano and Latino Studies


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Keynote: “Self Help Graphics and Art: Art-based world-making in Los Angeles”

Karen Mary Davalos, Chicano and Latino Studies


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Organized in conjunction with the “Remembrance” Art Exhibit, Quarter Gallery, Regis Art Center-East, April 25-May 13, 2017, by American Studies, Chicano & Latino Studies, the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change, and the Quarter Gallery. Cosponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literatures, History, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Imagine Fund Special Events, Latino/a Faculty and Staff Association, Office of Equity and Diversity, RIGS Sanctuary Research Circle, and Theatre Arts and Dance.

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