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Ace Lehner Bookshelf published in Art Journal Open
Amber Hickey to present a paper for the Inuit Studies Conference in St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador
Gaby Greenlee is awarded the Betty J. Meggers Grant for research in Peru 17th century folio, colonial archives, Cusco (Archivo Regional del Cusco)
Gaby Greenlee presented a paper at the Textile Society of America's 15th Biennial Symposium, 'Crosscurrents: Land, Labor, and the Port', in Savannah, GA
Madison Treece publishes article in MIT’s Thresholds Journal John Bentham. Exhibition installation view of “Margarita Cabrera: Space in Between,” 2018. Courtesy of the Wellin Museum of Art Hamilton College.
"Embodiments: Masterworks of African Figurative Sculpture" exhibition curated by Christina Hellmich is on view at the deYoung Museum in San Francisco until July 5, 2015
"Light and Pure: the Templars' New Choir" by Virginia Jansen to be reprinted this fall
"Reading Nature, Observing Science: Examining Material Practices in the Lick Observatory Archives and Kenneth S. Norris Papers" Opens June 8th
"Refraction," the inaugural issue of Refract: An Open Access Visual Studies Journal Refract Cover
Ace Lehner (2013 cohort) teaches Photography Now, in Summer 2015 and Winter 2016
Ace Lehner and Libby Paloma's collaborative project "Chingona Por Vida"
Ace Lehner Essay Included in the Book, "Demos: Wapato Correctional Facility"
Ace Lehner Presents at College Art Association "Trans Selfies as Contemporary Art: Representational Politics and the Instagram Feed of Alok Vaid-Menon"
Ace Lehner presents paper on the work of trans-non binary performance artist Travis Alabanza at the College Art Association Conference in NYC
Ace Lehner Solo Show "Gangsters Revisited" at the Random Parts Gallery
Alex Moore to Participate in NEH Summer Institute, “Arts of Survival: Recasting Lives in African Cities”
Amanda M. Maples accepts position as Curator of African Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art Amanda M. Maples in the Thomas K. Seligman Gallery of African Art, Cantor Arts Center, where she installed the permanent exhibition In Dialogue: African Arts. Photo courtesy of Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University.
Amanda M. Maples to present at invite-only symposium "New Directions in African and African-American Studies" in Rochester, NY
Amanda Maples (2013 cohort): Grad School: There’s a First Time for Everything
Amanda Maples gives a seminar and a conference paper at the University of Basel, Switzerland
Amber Hickey (2012 cohort): Researching Art and Sovereignty in Iqaluit, Nunavut
Amber Hickey accepts position as NYC SALT's Outreach Coordinator
Amber Hickey co-curates exhibition, "We're All in This Together" We Are All In This Together Exhibit
Amber Hickey presents paper for Performing Cartography Symposium (York University, Toronto)
Amber Hickey to present at the Newberry Symposium, "Violence and Indigenous Communities: Confronting the Past, Engaging the Present"
Announcing Chessa Adsit-Morris’s book publication on environmental education
Artist in Conversation: Mickalene Thomas and Derek Conrad Murray
Arts Division Website Features Mary Thomas’ Research on Improvisation as an Aesthetic Strategy
Assistant Professor Narath: Getty Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
Aubrey Hobart accepts position as Curator of the Roswell Museum and Art Center
Aubrey Hobart Invited to Speak at the College Art Association Conference (CAA)
Aubrey Hobart’s article published in Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Vol. VIII
Brinker Ferguson Heads Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Digital Documentation and Education Project
Brinker Ferguson Working for the Museums of San Diego Balboa Park is home to more than 17 museums, Brinker Ferguson continues to work on a vast number of projects.
Catalogue co-edited by Christina Hellmich receives award
Catherine Ries receives Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) on behalf of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs to study Indonesian
Christina Hellmich co-curates Lisa Reihana in Pursuit of Venus [infected] exhibition
Christina Hellmich co-edits major publication on the art of the New Guinea Highlands Book cover image
Christina Hellmich has curated the exhibition, Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i, at the deYoung Museum on view until February 28, 2016
Congratulations to 2020 Graduate Ace Lehner Ph.D.! Ace Lehner
Congratulations to 2020 Graduate Jordan Reznick Ph.D.! Jordan Reznick
Congratulations to our first Ph.D. graduate! Rachel Nelson successfully defended her dissertation "At the Edge of Ruin: Seeing Art Under Perpetual Conflict"
crystal am nelson presented a paper at the 40th Annual Association for Art Historians conference
crystal am nelson publishes on Marvel's Black Panther character and the Black Panther Party, in Feminist Media Histories Black Panthers from Sacramento at a Free Huey rally, Bobby Hutton Memorial Park, Oakland. Photo by Pirkle Jones, from The Vanguard: A Photographic Essay on the Black Panthers (Boston:Beacon Press, 1968), courtesy UCSC Special Collections and Archives.
Derek Conrad Murray at CA College of the Arts
Derek Conrad Murray: The Queer Art that Helped Define Post-Blackness
Diana Rose Awarded an Integrative Graduate Humanities Education and Research Training (IGHERT) Fellowship
Gaby Greenlee is awarded the Linda S. Cordell Memorial Award at the Robert S. Peabody Museum of Archaeology
Gaby Greenlee Presented a Paper at the 5th Biennial Borderlands Conference: "Forging Faith(s) in Global Borderlands," University of California, Santa Barbara
Gaby Greenlee Presented a Paper at the Graduate Students’ Conference: "Global Magic," University of Victoria, British Columbia
Gaby Greenlee presented at the Bay Area Graduate Symposium in Art History, Film, and Media Studies at Stanford University
Gaby Greenlee presents paper at UCLA's Art History Grad Symposium "Art on the Edge: Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries, Challenging Conventions"
Gaby Greenlee receives Fulbright-Hays DDRA fellowship to do research in Peru Inka ñusta (cropped); Museo del Inka, Cusco, Peru; oil on canvas
HAVC Professor T.J. Demos: Director of The Center for Creative Ecologies In the Ecuadoran Amazon, Julio Tiwiram shows diverse elements of a forest pharmacy.  (Video still from Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares)
HAVC students selected for a year-long internship with UCSC's Institute of the Arts and Sciences
In the Shadow of COP21: Climate Justice Art-Activism
Is it Time to Rethink the Selfie as a Feminist Political Statement?
Jordan Reznick (2013 cohort): Exploring US snapshot photography and the construction of whiteness
Jordan Reznick at Nomadique Collections in New York
Jordan Reznick presented "Selfie Suburbia: Whites Online in the Twenty-first Century"
Kate Korroch (2014 cohort): Close encounters with South-Korean contemporary art
Kristen Laciste presented a paper at the Early Modern Center’s 2017 annual conference at the University of California, Santa Barbara Film still from Belle, directed by Amma Asante, 2013
Lorraine Affourtit (2012 cohort) teaches Activist Art in Mexico, in Spring 2016
Lorraine Affourtit publishes article in the Journal of Labor and Society Convite popular, 2016 People's Guelaguetza (Oaxaca, Mexico, 2016).
Lorraine Affourtit: From the Front of the Classroom to the Frontlines of Oaxaca’s Social Movement
LuLing Osofsky Presents a Lyric Alternate Cartography of Wyoming at the 115th Annual Pacific Ancient and Modern Languages Association Conference in Honolulu, HI Figurines for sale in a Wyoming thrift store, photo by LuLing Osofsky
Madison Treece publishes article in Hemisphere: Visual Cultures of the Americas Asco, Walking Mural, December 24, 1972. Photograph by Harry Gamboa Jr., Collection of Harry Gamboa Jr.
Maggie Wander (2015 cohort) teaches Ecology, Colonialism, and Contemporary Art in Oceania in Spring 2019
Maggie Wander and Marion Cadora co-chair panel at annual conference for the European Society of Oceanists in Cambridge, UK
Maggie Wander appointed Treasurer of the Native American Art Studies Association
Maggie Wander chairs panel at annual conference of the College Art Association
Maggie Wander presented a paper at the College Art Association’s 2017 conference in New York City
Mary Thomas (2011 cohort) teaches Introduction to U.S. Art and Visual Culture, in Spring 2016
Mary Thomas joins “Mexican American Art Since 1848” as Postdoctoral Associate Mary Thomas
Photography Exhibition "75 Years" includes work by Ace Lehner
Professor Demos presents "Decolonizing Nature: Contemporary Art and the Politics of Ecology"
Public Talks: Global Climate Justice Today
Queer Babes Photography Exhibition, Portraits by Jordan Reznick
Rachel Nelson Co-Curates "Collective Museum," a Campus-wide Participatory Public Art Installation at UC Santa Cruz
Rachel Nelson's article is in the current (June 2015) Journal, Third Text: Critical Perspective on Contemporary Art and Culture.
Research by Ellen Takata Forthcoming in Innovative Research for Japanese Studies Detail of "Potsdam, 06. 10.1985-Falkenberger Chaussee 13/502, 1092 Berlin-Ost, 07.10.1985," in Furuya Seiichi, Mémoires 1978-1988 (Graz: Edition Camera Austria and Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, 1989) p. 89 (research photo by Ellen Takata)
Rights of Nature: The Art and Politics of Earth Jurisprudence
Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Awards Sara Blaylock Dissertation Fellowship
Sara Blaylock publishes an exhibition review on Mail Art from East Germany and Brazil in ARTMargins Online
Sara Blaylock publishes text on German artist's project on her Stasi file in Gradhiva
Sara K Blaylock Awarded One-Year DAAD Grant for Dissertation Research
Sara Kurpiers Blaylock to present at a workshop/conference on the theme of countercultures in the Eastern Bloc at Bristol University
Sara Kurpiers Blaylock's article published in the journal, Verges: Germanic & Slavic Studies in Review Writing about the Wende Museum, Sara Blaylock argues for the significance of the Alltagsgeschichte (everyday history) as both a source of information about the past and as a site of resistance.
Shop Talk: Desirée Holman With Derek Conrad Murray
Tatiane Santa Rosa presented a paper on Lygia Clark at the Sensorial Encounters Graduate Symposium (The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS)
Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa curates LAND+BODY=Escape, in New York and Miami Photo of the installation of LAND+BODY=Escape at NARS Foundation, NY (May 2018). Photo Credit: Elisa Gutierrez/NARS Foundation.
Tatiane Schilaro Santa Rosa publishes essay on Dominican-American artist Joiri Minaya's in the exhibition catalogue The Matter of Photography in the Americas, Stanford University Press, 2018. Joiri Minaya, dominicanwomengooglesearch, 2016. Photos of installation at Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, Bronx, NY (July 12 - Sept 5, 2016). Photo credit: Stefan Hagen. Courtesy of the artist.
This isn't About the Future: Black Digital Culture Now.