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Join Luke A. Fidler, Curator, for a walkthrough of the two exhibitions, Sadie Barnette: Family Business and Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas: The Blessings of the Mystery, on view at the Institute of the Arts and Sciences Galleries on the westside of Santa Cruz.
Dr. Fidler will guide visitors through the work of Sadie Barnette, Carolina Caycedo, and David de Rozas, contextualizing key artworks and their larger themes within Visualizing Abolition, an ongoing public scholarship initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation.
This event is free and open to the public.
Luke A. Fidler is curator at the Institute of the Arts and Sciences and program manager of the Visualizing Abolition initiative. He received his PhD in art history at the University of Chicago.