|Solitary Garden with jackie sumell||
Solitary Garden with jackie sumell
In fall of 2019 the Institute of the Arts and Sciences will work with artist jackie sumell to build a Solitary Garden on UC Santa Cruz campus. This project calls for an end to the inhumane conditions of solitary confinement while building connection with those incarcerated.
The Institute of the Arts and Sciences (IAS) and the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery is pleased to announce their upcoming collaborative exhibition featuring Carlos Motta, January 23-March 14, 2020.
|Barring Freedom, Traveling Exhibition on Race and Mass Incarceration||
Barring Freedom, Traveling Exhibition on Race and Mass Incarceration
Barring Freedom is a traveling exhibition of contemporary art grappling with the historical and structural racism embedded within the systems of mass incarceration, criminal justice, and the prison industrial complex.
|The Harrisons' Future Garden at the UCSC Arboretum||
The Harrisons' Future Garden at the UCSC Arboretum
|Question Bridge: Black Males||
Question Bridge: Black Males
Question Bridge: Black Males is a collaborative multimedia project in which over 150 black men—from across the United States and also across age, class, profession, and sexuality— together explore some of the most troubling, poignant, personal, and sometimes incongruous aspects of their lived experiences.
|Collective Museum with Public Doors and Windows||
Collective Museum with Public Doors and Windows
Tour Collective Museum, the campus-wide art project by Portland-based artist group Public Doors and Windows (PDW) at iascollectivemuseum.com.
|FOREST (for a thousand years...) by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller||
FOREST (for a thousand years...) by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller
FOREST (for a thousand years...), the beguiling and uncanny audio installation by renowned Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, can be experienced April 7- July 1, 2018 in the redwood grove of UC Santa Cruz's Arboretum and Botanic Garden.
|Forest Law by Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares||
Forest Law by Ursula Biemann and Paulo Tavares
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 present Forest Law, an exhibition by artist-researcher Ursula Biemann and architect Paulo Tavares.
|Futurefarmers Wandering Residency||
Futurefarmers Wandering Residency
The Institute of the Arts and Sciences presents Futurefarmers and the Wandering Residency, January 15- February 1, 2019. Based in San Francisco and Gent, Belgium, Futurefarmers includes artist Amy Franceschini, architect and philosopher Lode Vranken, artist and activist Marthe Van Dessel, and other periodic partners and collaborators.
|Video Installation: Unearthing Disaster I & II by Angela Melitopoulos and Angela Anderson||
Video Installation: Unearthing Disaster I & II by Angela Melitopoulos and Angela Anderson
Unearthing Disaster I & II, a video installation by Berlin- based artists, Angela Melitopoulos and Angela Anderson, is the result of years of research on the destruction of a pristine, mountainous forest region in Northeastern Greece by Eldorado Gold, a Canadian mining company.