Filmmaker Gustavo Vazquez focuses on the colorful edges of human engagement. When he's not teaching classes in the Film & Digital Media department, he is as likely to be in the high Andes as in a Bay Area gallery or the wrestling rings of Tijuana. For his most recent... [more]
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In her new book A Culture of Stone: Inka Perspectives on Rock, art historian Carolyn Dean rethinks prevailing notions concerning the importance of stone masonry in the Inka past. After a decade of exploring some of the most breathtaking high-altitude architecture extant... [more]
Artists deal in making ideas visible. Science works with conceptual data, with ideas often inaccessible to non-scientists. Why couldn't art and science collaborate more creatively in order to uncover each other's mysteries? At least that's what electronic sculptor Jennifer Parker... [more]
The Arts Division was thrilled to welcome five new faculty members at this year's Arts Division Retreat on September 29.
David Dunn is a composer, sounds artist, theorist, and sound designer with an MFA in new media from Danube University in Austria. He has taught and... [more]
UC Santa Cruz associate professor of film and digital media John Jota Leaños is the recipient of a 2017 California Documentary Project grant from California Humanities.
Leaños was awarded $30,000 to support ¡Eureka!--a multi-platform, half-hour animated... [more]