Liliana Conlisk Gallegos, associate professor of communication studies, had her art piece, “Ni una más: para todas todo, nada para nosotras” (Not one more: for all of us everything, nothing for us), featured in the PAMLA “Among the Unrest” digital and new media art show.
In the four-episode holiday edition, five glassblowers, including CSUSB alumna Nao Yamamoto ’14, compete in a series of Christmas-themed challenges, with CSUSB’s art professor Katherine Gray as the resident glass evaluator.
Tony Coulson (information decision sciences), Katherine Gray (art), Ernest Siva (world languages and literatures, adjunct) and Brian Levin were included in recent news coverage on topics related to their expertise.
Kimberly Cousins (chemistry and biochemistry), Michael Chao (biology), Katherine Gray (art and design), Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) and Brian Levin (criminal justice) were included in recent news coverage.
David Yaghoubian (history) commented on the latest sanctions imposed by the U.S. on Iran, Miranda Canseco (RAFFMA) talked about Día De Los Muertos, Brian Levin (criminal justice) was quoted about the rise of church vandalism, and Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was quoted about the Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards.
RAFFMA presents Festival de Calaveras, a virtual art exhibit with calaveras, or skulls, decorated by CSUSB community members. Calaveras are now showcased on the RAFFMA website and will be auctioned in-person Nov. 6. RSVP required to attend auction.
Ed Gomez (art) was interviewed about his involvement with the MexiCali Biennial cross-border art exhibition, and Zachary A. Powell (criminal justice) co-authored a recently published study, “Managing courtesy stigma: women and relationships with men in prison.”
“An Art for Both My Peoples: Visual Cultures of Black/Brown Unity, A Conversation with Dr. Daniel Widener” will be presented at the next Conversations on Race and Policing at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, on Zoom.
RAFFMA partnered with the San Bernardino City Unified School District and Music Changing Lives to distribute 280 free art packs to the community with a target of kids ages 6-13 from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged backgrounds.