Making Home under Precarious Housing Conditions: The Experiences of Latinxs in Los Angeles, CA is a research project and visual documentary that drew on 45 in-depth interviews conducted in Spanish and English in Southeast, East, and South Los Angeles.
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Undergrad Student Projects
As a Clare Wedding Scholarship recipient, Gracia worked at the Mary Porter Sesnon Gallery on the exhibit, Spoken/Unspoken: Forms of Resistance. The show featured numerous works by women of color artists and activists, including prints from Self-Help Graphics in Los Angeles.
As an intern for the Institute of the Arts and Sciences, Lucy aided in the installation of the internationally renowned art and science project the Crochet Coral Reef, which raises awareness around issues of ocean health.
The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art is a non-profit gallery in downtown San Jose’s thriving arts district. Audrey joined the ICA team as their Marketing and Administration Intern promoting contemporary art through exhibitions, site specific installations, and engaging programming.
Connor attended the Venice Biennale and developed relationships with international artists, curators, librarians, and archivists. Through this independent research trip, he was able to gather more information about contemporary art archiving.
The Museum of Art and History (MAH) Public Events take place during the weekends and is a free activity for the community. Gena's internship involved getting people interested and engaged with the museum and promoting artistic creativity through her event Superhero Sunday.
Andrea was hired as a videographer for the Santa Cruz Arts Council to document their educational programs including the Artist Teacher Partnership- a program that brings dance, music, theatre, and visual arts to classrooms.
While conducting independent research in Siem Reap, Cambodia, Reuben studied Nang Sbek Thom, an ancient art form that emerged during the Angkor Period of 12th century Cambodia.