Past Events

Andrea Fraser, Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk 1989

Internationally renowned artist Andrea Fraser's work has been identified with performance, feminism, and institutional critique.

Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares, Forest Law, 2014, Multi-channel video installation and photo-text assemblage.

The Institute of the Arts and Sciences and the Center for Creative Ecologies presents: The Cosmopolitics of Forest Law Revisited: A Conversation with Marisol de la Cadena and T.J. Demos.

Francisco Huichaqueo, Mencer: Ni Pewma, 2011, film still.

The Institute of the Arts and Sciences and the Center for Creative Ecologies presents: Macarena Gómez-Barris, "The Occupied Forest and Future Archives"

Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares, Forest Law, 2014, Multi-channel video installation and photo-text assemblage.

The Institute of the Arts and Sciences, in collaboration with the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery and the Center for Creative Ecologies, is proud to announce the opening reception for Forest Law, an exhibition by artist-researcher Ursula Biemann and architect Paulo Tavares.

Angela Melitopoulos, Crossings, 2017, video and sound installation, installation view, Giesshaus (University of Kassel), Kassel, documenta 14

For this Traction: Art Talk, internationally renowned artist Angela Melitopoulos will introduce and screen a two-screen presentation of Crossings (2017), first presented at dOCUMENTA 14.

The Harrison's Future Garden, 2018, installation view

The Institute of the Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the opening reception for Future Garden for the Central Coast of California, a major art and science project by Newton Harrison and his late wife and lifelong collaborator Helen May

R.W. Seale, Carte de la Mer du Sud ou Mer Pacifique, 1748

Pacific Island Worlds: Transpacific Dis/Positions Symposium
9 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Kaili Chun and Hongtao Zhou, Net_Work, 2017. Photo Credit: Kapulani Landgraf

Join us Friday, May 4, 2 p.m., DARC 206, for a talk by internationally renowned artist Kaili Chun, "Veritas."

Jane Chang Mi, Locating ibex/ dahu, 2018

Join us Friday, May 4, 4 p.m., DARC 206, for Seeing the Unseen: A Telephotography Workshop with Jane Chang Mi.

Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, FOREST (for a thousand years...), Installation view from UC Santa Cruz Arboretum, 2018. Photo credit: Lewis Watts

On Saturday, April 28, 2-3 p.m., join the IAS for a curator walk- through of FOREST (for a thousand years...), the beguiling and uncanny audio installation by renowned Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, April 7- June 30, 2018.