This panel will explore the role of the printmaking studio in increasing access to pre-colonial knowledges and practices, such as Día de los Muertos, and influencing the role of art in political struggles in Southern California.
Learn about 15 must-see places in Europe from study abroad alumna Priya Karamchandani, who studied for one year at Kingston University in England. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.
Gabriel Royal, a singer and cellist with an eclectic, signature style, spent five years busking on the New York City subway to finally get noticed and have his first album recorded.
F-1 international students are invited to learn about Optional Practical Training (OPT) that will allow them to work in the U.S. after graduation. For more information, contact the International Office at (323) 343-3170.
This panel will explore the barriers and opportunities women printmakers encountered in working in the screen-print studio at Self Help Graphics and the significant role they played in shaping the program and organization. This discussion is in conjuction with the Entre Tinta y Lucha: 45 Years of Self Help Graphics & Art Exhibition, which runs August 21 to September 29 at the Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery.