Remain in Light: Visions of Homeland and Diaspora June 11 – October 15, 2023 Opening Reception June 10 | 4 pm - 6:30 pm Fowler Museum At UCLA 308 Charles…
Happening once monthly at 18th Street Arts Center's Propeller Gallery, artist Jenny Yurshansky will host two simultaneous workshops related to her solo exhibition Rinsing the Bones. Participants will work with the artist to explore how our migration stories offer us paths for understanding our own histories, places of origin, and how that impacts our sense of belonging and identity.
Photographer & Filmmaker Catherine Herrera is a featured artist in 'Landscapes of Survivance, invited by curator Elizabeth Hawley, who selected nine (9) photographs from Catherine's 'Landless Indian Series 2002-2022.' The long-term project documents Catherine's family research of her Costanoan & Chumash heritage, and, history in San Francisco, New Almaden, San Jose and Martins Beach. The series reflects on her experience as an indigenous person of mixed race growing up in California.
Manzanar, Diverted: When Water Becomes Dust will screen at the Japanese American National Museum as part of the Climates of Inequality Symposium, organized by the Humanities Action Lab. The film is the culminating event of a packed day of panels on environmental justice. Noah Williams, Big Pine Paiute Water Coordinator, will join Ann in a Q&A following the film. Please register for the full symposium for free admission to the screening.