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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Colloquium Part 1 - Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora 10-7-12

2012-12-12 :: UCR ARTSblock

Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent. Many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. Their works and voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization. The exhibition was organized by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Culver Center of the Arts, and curated by Lan Duong, assistant professor, Media & Cultural Studies Department, University of California Riverside, and Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, associate professor, Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University. On October 7th 2012, a colloquium was held at the Culver Center of the Arts. Artists, scholars and writers discussed issues of community, craft, and reception. The discussion was moderated by Lan Duong, Isabele Thuy Pelaud, and Mariam B. Lam. This podcast will be continued in part 2. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Readings - Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora 10-6-12

2012-12-10 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent. Many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. Their works and voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization. …

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley [Flickr]

2012-10-24

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley presents a survey of recent paintings together with a suite of prints produced over many decades. Beardsley was the founding director of the UCR/California Museum of Photography in 1973. At University of California, Riverside, he both taught as a member of the Studio Art faculty and was Dean of the Division of Fine Arts in the College of Humanities. In the 60s and 70s, Beardsley was also associated with the Southern California vanguard music scene. A close friend of Frank Zappa, one of Beardsley’s paintings was used as the debut album cover by Alice Cooper, a band that Zappa had signed with his Reprise Records label in 1968. This exhibition features Beardsley’s recent paintings from the Ecce Homo series and from the extended project of drawings, Monsieur Souris.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley [Flickr]

2012-10-24

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley presents a survey of recent paintings together with a suite of prints produced over many decades. Beardsley was the founding director of the UCR/California Museum of Photography in 1973. At University of California, Riverside, he both taught as a member of the Studio Art faculty and was Dean of the Division of Fine Arts in the College of Humanities. In the 60s and 70s, Beardsley was also associated with the Southern California vanguard music scene. A close friend of Frank Zappa, one of Beardsley’s paintings was used as the debut album cover by Alice Cooper, a band that Zappa had signed with his Reprise Records label in 1968. This exhibition features Beardsley’s recent paintings from the Ecce Homo series and from the extended project of drawings, Monsieur Souris.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu

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2012-10-24

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley presents a survey of recent paintings together with a suite of prints produced over many decades. Beardsley was the founding director of the UCR/California Museum of Photography in 1973. At University of California, Riverside, he both taught as a member of the Studio Art faculty and was Dean of the Division of Fine Arts in the College of Humanities. In the 60s and 70s, Beardsley was also associated with the Southern California vanguard music scene. A close friend of Frank Zappa, one of Beardsley’s paintings was used as the debut album cover by Alice Cooper, a band that Zappa had signed with his Reprise Records label in 1968. This exhibition features Beardsley’s recent paintings from the Ecce Homo series and from the extended project of drawings, Monsieur Souris.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley [Flickr]

2012-10-24

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley presents a survey of recent paintings together with a suite of prints produced over many decades. Beardsley was the founding director of the UCR/California Museum of Photography in 1973. At University of California, Riverside, he both taught as a member of the Studio Art faculty and was Dean of the Division of Fine Arts in the College of Humanities. In the 60s and 70s, Beardsley was also associated with the Southern California vanguard music scene. A close friend of Frank Zappa, one of Beardsley’s paintings was used as the debut album cover by Alice Cooper, a band that Zappa had signed with his Reprise Records label in 1968. This exhibition features Beardsley’s recent paintings from the Ecce Homo series and from the extended project of drawings, Monsieur Souris.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley [Flickr]

2012-10-24

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Ecce Homo: The Paintings of Edward Beardsley presents a survey of recent paintings together with a suite of prints produced over many decades. Beardsley was the founding director of the UCR/California Museum of Photography in 1973. At University of California, Riverside, he both taught as a member of the Studio Art faculty and was Dean of the Division of Fine Arts in the College of Humanities. In the 60s and 70s, Beardsley was also associated with the Southern California vanguard music scene. A close friend of Frank Zappa, one of Beardsley’s paintings was used as the debut album cover by Alice Cooper, a band that Zappa had signed with his Reprise Records label in 1968. This exhibition features Beardsley’s recent paintings from the Ecce Homo series and from the extended project of drawings, Monsieur Souris.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu

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Troubling Borders [Flickr]

2012-07-17

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Troubling Borders | Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora

June 30 - October 07, 2012
Closing Reception & Readings: October 6, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Closing Conference: October 7, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of Southeast Asian women in the diaspora, highlighting women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent and by women who identify as the often stateless Mien, Hmong, and Cham. In the aftermath of the cold war, many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. As an incredibly diverse group, their voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu.

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Troubling Borders [Flickr]

2012-07-17

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Troubling Borders | Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora

June 30 - October 07, 2012
Closing Reception & Readings: October 6, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Closing Conference: October 7, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of Southeast Asian women in the diaspora, highlighting women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent and by women who identify as the often stateless Mien, Hmong, and Cham. In the aftermath of the cold war, many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. As an incredibly diverse group, their voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu.

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Troubling Borders [Flickr]

2012-07-17

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Troubling Borders | Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora

June 30 - October 07, 2012
Closing Reception & Readings: October 6, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Closing Conference: October 7, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of Southeast Asian women in the diaspora, highlighting women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent and by women who identify as the often stateless Mien, Hmong, and Cham. In the aftermath of the cold war, many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. As an incredibly diverse group, their voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization.

For more information visit sweeney.ucr.edu.

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Post Pacific Standard Time [Flickr]

2012-03-15

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Jill Giegerich

2012-02-16 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features interview with artist Jill Giegerich discussing her work featured in Post Pacific Standard Time: Three Artists in Los Angeles from the 1980s. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Jim Isermann

2012-02-03 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features interview with artist Jim Isermann discussing his work featured in Post Pacific Standard Time: Three Artists in Los Angeles from the 1980s. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Erika Suderburg

2012-02-03 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features interview with artist Erika Suderburg discussing her work featured in Post Pacific Standard Time: Three Artists in Los Angeles from the 1980s. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: JEFF&GORDON

2011-12-10 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features artists, JEFF&GORDON discussing the motivation behind their exhibition Play Against on view from October 29 - December 10, 2011 …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: David Leapman

2011-11-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Director of Sweeney Art Gallery, Tyler Stallings in conversation with David Leapman regarding his exhibition Journeys to Recover Your Future on view from October 29 - December 20, 2011 …

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New Paintings by David Leapman [Flickr]

2011-10-25
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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: The Great Picture - Panel Discussion

2011-10-08 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

This podcast features curator Tyler Stallings and artists from The Legacy Project collective discussing the making of “The Great Picture” in detail. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: The Great Picture - Interviews

2011-10-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features interviews with artists from The Legacy Project collective discussing the making of “The Great Picture” in detail, along with engaging in a broader discussion about the use of analog and digital processes in photography. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: The Great Picture, The Worlds Largest Photograph

2011-08-29 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features The Great Picture The Worlds Largest Photograph The Legacy Project, an exhibition in three parts that tells the tale of the successful campaign to make the worlds largest camera and photograph. …

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Opening Reception for The Great Picture [Flickr]

2011-07-21
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2011-07-21
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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Undocumented - A Day of Discussion

2011-06-24 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

This podcast features Undocumented A Day of Discussion - a panel discussion, a performance, and two films as platforms for discussion about the status of undocumented students and workers in the U.S. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Margarita Cabrera

2011-06-24 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Director of Sweeney Art Gallery, Tyler Stallings in conversation with Margarita Cabrera regarding her exhibition Pulso y Martillo (Pulse and Hammer) on view from February 5 - April 2, 2011. …

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Senior Thesis 2011 Part 2 Gallery Views [Flickr]

2011-06-07
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2011-06-07
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2011-06-07
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2011-03-08
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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle Artist Simon Hughes

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and Simon Hughes discussing Bicycle a video installation built around a reel of 8mm film. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle Artist Ashira Siegel

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and Ashira Siegel discussing her installation Moments of Silence, Stars into Skies. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle Artist Excel from Taco Tuesday

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and Excel from Taco Tuesdays Bicycle Club discussing The First 100 Rides. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcast: Re:Cycle Artist Lee Tusman

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and Lee Tusman discussing his Biketography, 2010, DIY handmade zines. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle Artist Brian Sorrell

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and Brian Sorrell talking about the Bicycle Lounge in the Culver Center Cafe. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle - Artist Diane Meyer

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and artist Diane Meyer talking about her project - Without a Car in the World. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Re:Cycle - Artist Patrick Miller

2010-12-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Tyler Stallings, curator of ReCylce - Bike Culture in Southern California, and artist Patrick Miller talking about his work in the exhibition. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Dry Immersion 3 - Desert Projects

2010-03-25 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Dry Immersion 3 Desert Projects, a multi-site series of installations, art, and performance based on and set in the complex desert systems of Southern California. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Tour Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

2010-03-11 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features a tour of Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, CA that included faux IraqAfghanistan towns training facilities, IED detectiondisarmament center, and barracks facilities. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Brett Stallbaum

2010-03-11 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Brett Stallbaum presenting Land-Based Digital Art and Cell Phone Mapping Project. Tracing current GPS and GIS-based radical cartography work back to 20th century surrealism, Situationism and 1970's land art, this presentation introduces the open source HiperGps platform to produce individual andor collaborative audio and geo-annotations and route-based narratives using dirt-cheap cell mobile hand-sets. The presentation was a part of Dry Immersion 2 Roving Symposium held on October 22, 2009 - October 25, 2009. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Ken Ehrlich

2010-03-11 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Ken Ehrlich presenting Re-purposing Military Equipment in the Desert research on the re-purposing of artifacts, detritus and media in the context of the desert. The presentation was a part of Dry Immersion 2 Roving Symposium held on October 22, 2009 - October 25, 2009. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Lisa Tucker and Deena Capparelli

2010-03-11 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Lisa Tucker and Deena Capparelli presenting Living Laboratory an exploration of alternative irrigation systems, desert flora, medicinal and edible plants and indigenous tribal plant lore in landscaping and civic land use. The presentation was a part of Dry Immersion 2 Roving Symposium held on October 22, 2009 - October 25, 2009. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Claude Willey

2010-03-11 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Claude Willey presenting 'H20 - Deserts and Water Manipulation in California'. The presentation was a part of Dry Immersion 2 Roving Symposium held on October 22, 2009 - October 25, 2009 …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: September Curatorial Walk-Thru

2009-12-20 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast features Co-curators of Intelligent Design Interspecies Art, gallery director, Tyler Stallings, and artistindependent curator, Rachel Mayeri. The Curatorial walk-thru of this provocative exhibition that explores collaborations between humans and animals, the first such show in the U.S. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: A Documentary of Your Donations Do Our Work

2009-09-02 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcasts documentary highlights the exhibition and accompanying performances for Your Donations Do Our Work. Consisting of a new collaborative performance installation presented alongside the juxtaposition of past works, Suzanne Lacy and Andrea Bowers utilize clothing, fabric, simple public rituals, and community organizing to look at labor, class, race and gender. It is their first collaboration, and one that signals a re-engagement of younger generation with the legacy of a previous generation of feminist activistsartists. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Uncovered - A Pageant of Hip Hop Masters

2009-09-02 :: UCR ARTSblock

This video podcast is a documentary of Uncovered A Pageant of Hip Hop Masters, life-sized versions of classic album covers will be built before your eyes as actorsdancers become Run DMC, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, Salt and Pepa, even the Wu Tang Clan! Visit the Sweeney Art Gallery Website …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Pageant of the Masters gets a Hip Hop Nod

2009-07-21 :: UCR ARTSblock

In Uncovered A Pageant of Hip Hop Masters, life-sized versions of classic album covers will be built before your eyes as actorsdancers become Run DMC, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, Salt and Pepa, even the Wu Tang Clan! Through movement, music and theater live actors, dancers, and a DJ will turn the gallery into a stage where the unbridled creativity of one the most distinctive American cultural movements in this generation takes flesh, stands up, and is recognized. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Artist Talk with Adia Millett

2009-07-13 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Adia Millett giving an artist talk during an opening reception held on January 31, 2009 at Sweeney Art Gallery. Adia Millett Living Beyond Our Means was on view from January 21, 2009 - March 28, 2009. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Artist Talk with Kyungmi Shin discussing Rich

2009-07-13 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features Kyungmi Shin giving an artist talk during an opening reception held on January 31, 2009 at Sweeney Art Gallery. Kyungmi Shin Rich was on view from January 21, 2009 - March 28, 2009. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: UCR Dance Performance - Shape, Shake, and Moo

2009-06-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features a dance performance Shape, Shake, and Moo that was held on May 7, 2009 during First Thursday Arts Walk. The Dance and Bodily Installations were choreographed and performed by graduate and undergraduate students from UCRs Dance Department. For further information about undergraduate and graduate programs in Dance at UC Riverside, please visit www.dance.ucr.edu. For further information about UCR ARTSblock events and exhibitions, please visit www.artsblock.ucr.edu. And for further information about other arts events in the Riverside area, please visit inland.arts.com. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Resonate-Obliterate I.E.

2009-06-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

Ron Athey’s work has significant, recurring themes: dissociative sparkle, self-obliteration, and incorruptible flesh, each played out upon the historic body, the queer body, the AIDS body, the body in the grip of ecstasy or sorrow of death. This evening centers on a performative dialogue with dancer/choreographer Julie Tolentino in which the artists, in essence, perform and archive each other in rituals of beauty and decay, abjection and ecstasy. Heather Cassils and Zackary Drucker frame Athey and Tolentino's performances with their own dialogue of embodiment. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Ursula Rucker Live in Concert

2009-06-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

Ursula Rucker is one of the architects of Philadelphia's poetic revisal. Drawing on influences from Black Arts Movement activist poet and icon Sonia Sanchez to Friday Kahlo, Zora Neal Hurston and even Prince, Rucker balances motherhood, activism and artistry with aplomb. With her rhythmic stories of struggle, she's confident, never preachy. Explaining her quest to rouse people from the dismal depths of the matrix and dish verse on subjects that society often keeps in the closet, she keeps it simple I am driven to deal with real issues. She's transfixed audiences from Tokyo to Capetown alongside the likes of Gil Scott-heron, Mos Def, Macy Gray, and the late Nina Simone. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: James Luna Live in Concert

2009-06-08 :: UCR ARTSblock

Selected by the National Museum of the American Indian to participate in the 2005 Venice Biennale, James Luna is internationally recognized for his moving and critically engaged performances. One critic writes, The rich reward of Luna's probing performance pieces is learning more about our own cultural perceptions, learning where the edges are, where the discomfort starts. His voice and imagery carry the gift that a good artist can bring - the enlarging of our conscience and the increased awareness of what it means to be human. Here, he expands into spoken word and music. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Jennifer Doyle in conversation with Ron Athey

2009-03-03 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

This podcast is the third in a series of conversations recorded between UCR Faculty and artists featured in a series of events celebrating artists who make their audiences into more than spectators. In this podcast Assistant Professor of English Erica R Edwards and Ursula Rucker discuss her performances in relationship to ethical space. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Jennifer Doyle in conversation with Ron Athey

2009-03-03 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

This podcast is the second in a series of conversations recorded between UCR Faculty and artists featured in a series of events celebrating artists who make their audiences into more than spectators. In this podcast Associate Professor of English Jennifer Doyle and Ron Athey expand on an artist talk held at UCR and explore his involvement in Christian Death and discuss his work in terms of confronting generosity in performance. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Michelle Raheja in conversation with James Luna

2009-03-03 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast is the first in a series of conversations recorded between UCR Faculty and artists featured in a series of events celebrating artists who make their audiences into more than spectators. In this podcast Assistant Professor of English Michelle Raheja and James Luna discuss his work since the Venice Biennale. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: The Future of Nations, Part 2

2009-01-16 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view at UCR Sweeney Art Gallery from January 31, 2009 - March 28, 2009, Kyungmi Shin: Rich. This series has been created by guest curator Tyler Stallings as research for part two of The Future of Nations that will examine demographics, which will consist of a solo exhibition by Kyungmi Shin, and a group exhibition. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: The Future of Nations, Part 1

2009-01-16 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view at UCR Sweeney Art Gallery from January 31, 2009 - March 28, 2009, Kyungmi Shin: Rich. This series has been created by guest curator Tyler Stallings as research for part two of The Future of Nations that will examine demographics, which will consist of a solo exhibition by Kyungmi Shin, and a group exhibition. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Your Donations Do Our Work: The Little Box

2009-01-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

Bring your spirit of generosity during these hard economic times to an exhibition featuring Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy. Donate your cast-off clothes and household items to Sweeney Art Gallery throughout the exhibition. Visit our website for details. Unclutter Your Life! Don’t forget those donations! …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Your Donations Do Our Work: The Walk

2009-01-09 :: UCR ARTSblock

Bring your spirit of generosity during these hard economic times to an exhibition featuring Andrea Bowers and Suzanne Lacy. Donate your cast-off clothes and household items to Sweeney Art Gallery throughout the exhibition. Visit our website for details. Unclutter Your Life! Don’t forget those donations! …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Conversation with Fritz Haeg

2008-12-12 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

Co-Organized with the UCR Blakely Center for Sustainable Suburban Development, artist Fritz Haeg will discuss his project and book Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn, http://www.fritzhaeg.com/edible-estates-book.html. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Like Lifelike Panel Discussion

2008-11-26 :: UCR ARTSblock

This podcast features a Panel discussion with guest curator Brad Spence and artists in Sweeney’s Like Lifelike: Painting in the Third Dimension recorded at Sweeney Art Gallery. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Frenzy: A Discussion on China Now

2008-07-24 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

The participants included Tyler Stallings, director of UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and curator of “Absurd Recreation: Contemporary Art from China,” Shane Shukis, assistant director, UCR Sweeney Art Gallery, Eliot Kiang and Karon Morono Kiang, co-owners of Morono-Kiang Gallery, and Sonia Mak, director of Morono-Kiang Gallery. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Carmen Cabrera-Álvarez

2008-05-23 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

Art from the Island Nation: Transnational Cuba and the Myth of Isolation, was a one-day symposium held in conjunction with UCR Sweeney Art Gallery's exhibition The Signs Pile Up: Paintings by Pedro Álvarez, and the publication of the book of the same title by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Smart Art Press. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Antonio Eligio Fernandez

2008-05-23 :: UCR ARTSblock

Art from the Island Nation: Transnational Cuba and the Myth of Isolation, was a one-day symposium held in conjunction with UCR Sweeney Art Gallery's exhibition The Signs Pile Up: Paintings by Pedro Álvarez, and the publication of the book of the same title by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Smart Art Press. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Kevin Power

2008-05-23 :: UCR ARTSblock

Art from the Island Nation: Transnational Cuba and the Myth of Isolation, was a one-day symposium held in conjunction with UCR Sweeney Art Gallery's exhibition The Signs Pile Up: Paintings by Pedro Álvarez, and the publication of the book of the same title by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Smart Art Press. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Panel Discussion featuring Mark Steven Greenfield, Vorris Nunley, Shane Shukis.

2008-05-23 :: UCR ARTSblock

Panel discussion on the history of artists who have appropriated traumatic imagery from stereotyped images of African-Americans in their work and the conflicted responses their work has received from the public. Panelists featured include artist Mark Steven Greenfield, UCR Assistant Professor of English Vorris Nunley, Ph.D., and Sweeney Assistant Director Shane Shukis, Ph.D. in American and African-American literature. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Incognegro: New Works by Mark Steven Greenfield

2008-02-04 :: UCR ARTSblock
Length: 1s

This podcast was recorded on October 31, 2007 by 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica and features a conversation with Mark Steven Greenfield and Charmain Jefferson, Executive Director of the California African American Museum. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Interview with Pedro Álvarez

2008-01-25 :: UCR ARTSblock

This documentary is based on the last recorded interview with Pedro Álvarez before his untimely death on February 12, 2004. Sean Meredith at Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, California conducted the interview. Tom Patchett, owner of the gallery, was a long time supporter of Álvarez. He included his work in several exhibitions, including While Cuba Waits: Art from the Nineties. During the interview, Álvarez discusses his early years at San Alejandro Art School in Havana, Cuba; his artistic process; bearing the weight of being an artist from Cuba; his interest in baseball in the U.S. and Cuba; and the mixed ancestry of Cuba. The film has been co-produced by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Track 16 Gallery. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Delirium Fronterium: Perry Vasquez's Performance

2007-10-26 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR Sweeney Art Gallery. This podcast is a video documentation of artist Perry Vasquez's performance during the opening reception on October 13, 2007 for the exhibition, "Victor Payan and Perry Vasquez: Delirium Fronterium." …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Studio 2 - Graffiti and Tarps

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 9 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Studio 1 - Making Prints

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 8 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk 5 - The Long Walk

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 7 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk 4 - Boy Soliders

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 6 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk 3 - Like A Movie

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 5 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk 2 - Unreal Media

2007-10-22 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 4 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk - Two Sides

2007-10-12 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 3 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: State Of Oaxaca

2007-10-12 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 2 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Gabriela Leon: Artist Response

2007-10-10 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Part 1 of a 9 part series focusing on Gabriela Leon: Sunday Walk to the Zocalo of Oaxaca. This is one of series of podcasts based on interviews between artist Gabriela Leon, and Sweeney Art Gallery director, Tyler Stallings, that were conducted as they walked the streets of Oaxaca, revisiting the sties of unrest and repression. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: Curator Walkthru with Peter Zellner

2007-02-23 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Join Peter Zellner for a walkthru of the exhibition "The Trans-Aestheticization of Daily Life". Zellner will talk about his purpose in exploring the relationship between art and the urban condition in America. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: January, 2007

2007-02-23 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: January 27, 2006 - March 17, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Podcast includes information regarding upcoming exhibitions, educational programs and special events planned around The Trans-Aestheticization of Daily Life curated by Peter Zellner. This exhibition explore the relationship between art and the urban condition in America, especially in Southern California. Artist included in the exhibition are Justin Beal, Walead Beshty, Drew Heitzler, Danielle Levitt, Ruben Ochoa, Yunhee Min, Matt Lucero, and Alex Slade. …

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SweeneyArtGallery Podcasts: November, 2006

2006-10-28 :: UCR ARTSblock

On view from: October 28, 2006 - January 7, 2007 at UCR SweeneyArtGallery. Podcast includes information regarding upcoming exhibitions, educational programs and special events planned around Material Witness. Material Witness examines the work of Joshua Callaghan, Alice Konitz, Jason Rogenes, Stephanie Taylor whose use unusual materials to fashion environments that explore the fine line between the sublime and the absurd in everyday contexts. Curated by DieCut. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery: Readings - Colloquium Part 2 - Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora 10-7-12

1969-12-31 :: UCR ARTSblock

This is part 2 of the podcast of the colloquium for the Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art exhibition. Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders in Literature and Art is an exhibition and conference featuring the writings and artwork of women of Cambodian, Laotian, Filipino and Vietnamese descent. Many of these women now reside in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world. Their works and voices make visible the ruptures caused by colonization, war, globalization, and militarization. The exhibition was organized by UCR Sweeney Art Gallery and Culver Center of the Arts, and curated by Lan Duong, assistant professor, Media & Cultural Studies Department, University of California Riverside, and Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, associate professor, Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University. On October 7th 2012, a colloquium was held at the Culver Center of the Arts. Artists, scholars and writers discussed issues of community, craft, and reception. The discussion was moderated by Lan Duong, Isabele Thuy Pelaud, and Mariam B. Lam. …

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UCR SweeneyArtGallery

Hear quarterly podcasts featuring upcoming information relating UCR Sweeney Art Gallery exhibitions, educational programs, artist project, permanent collections and special programs. Additional supplements posted monthly that include talks by curators, artists and other discussion pertaining to the current state of art through contemporary exhibitions and collections found at UCR Sweney Art Gallery. Download your podcast and come visit Sweeny Art Gallery, centrally located in Riversides downtown pedestrian mall next to UCR California Museum of Photography or visit us online at httpsweeney.ucr.edu.

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