A tribute to Robert Osborne, Carlos M. Haro speaks at CYLC, new anthology from CSRC Press explores Chicana/o speculative literature, applications now being accepted for Getty multicultural internship program, and more in this month's newsletter!
This paid summer internship at the CSRC is structured around current and ongoing CSRC projects in the arts.
LA Weekly recently named the top fifteen female artists who have shaped the L.A. art scene. On the list are artists who have been included in CSRC-organized exhibitions and are represented in CSRC collections: Judith Baca, Laura Aguilar, Judithe Hernández, Patssi Valdez, Linda Vallejo, and Barbara Carrasco.
The new issue of Art News includes a feature on artist and UCLA faculty member Judy Baca, who is the subject of a new monograph from CSRC Press that will be released in October. The book’s author, Anna Indych-López, associate professor of art history at the City College of New York, is quoted in the piece.
In honor of 2017's Women’s History Month, the CSRC library will have books on display highlighting some of the amazing Chicanas in our community. Also, check out our activities wall to see related events happening on campus throughout March.
Uncompromised: The Lupe Anguiano Story, released March 6, 2017, tells the story of Anguiano’s celebrated contributions to service in the L.A. community and welfare reform.
In an effort to raise awareness of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, Frieze will put on a symposium in New York on Friday, May 5. Panels will be based on topics relating to the exhibitions within PST: LA/LA.
On his blog, scholar Adam Aziz discusses CSRC director Chon A. Noriega’s essay “Orphans of Modernism,” which addresses Chicanx art’s invisibility in the modern art world.
Celebrating the strong finish of the UCLA Spark Campaign, CSRC librarian educates undergrads on CSRC archives, upcoming book talks, and more in this month's newsletter!
(Image: CSRC librarian Xaviera Flores gives a lecture on CSRC collections focused on Chicano punk, queer art, and related subcultures.)
Latinos and Economic Security (LES) is a national research project funded by the Ford Foundation with a goal to advance economic security for middle-age and aging Latinos.