Alternative Art Histories: Future Directions in U.S. Latinx Art is a two-day symposium co-organized by Art graduate student Marco Antonio Flores and Professor C. Ondine Chavoya. The event will take place at The Clark Art Institute and will run from Friday, May 3 through Saturday, May 4. The keynote will be delivered by Laura E.
FEB. 21, 2019 Tour with a Curator | C. Ondine Chavoya Co-curator of Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. March 12, 2019 | 3:00 p.m. Tour Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A with co-curator C. Ondine Chavoya. A leading figure in the field of Latinx art history and visual culture, Chavoya returns
Professor of Art, C. Ondine Chavoya, co-writes and edits a new work. This anthology provides an overview of the history and theory of Chicano/a art from the 1960s to the present, emphasizing the debates and vocabularies that have played key roles in its conceptualization. In Chicano and Chicana Art—which includes many of Chicano/a art’s landmark and
Latina/o Studies Concentrator Isabel Pena presented her work on “The New O.C.: Race, Space, Immigration and the Making of Post-suburban California” at the Biennial Urban History Conference in Columbia, South Carolina. Isabel was able to present a working draft of her first chapter and preliminary findings to conference attendees, as well as attend presentations ranging
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Nkisis, Orixás and Ancestors: The Role of Religion, Creativity and Environmental Ethics in the Afro-Atlantic Diaspora
Tuesday, September 18 Afro-Brazilian Religion and Environmental Ethics, public lecture by Makota Valdina Pinto Weston Hall | 5:00 PM | Presentation Room Makota Valdina Pinto is an ethicist, environmental justice activist and an elder in the Congo-Angola tradition of the Afro-Brazilian religion, Candomblé. Ms. Pinto is also a specialist in the ritual pharmacology of the Afro-Indigenous religious
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