The UC San Diego Arts and Community Engagement (ACE) program invites you to a special panel discussion and reception at the University Art Gallery, discussing the impact of campus art galleries at the local, regional and national level, as well as what the future holds for UC San Diego.
Following the presentations will be a question and answer session with the moderator, and the audience is invited and encouraged to participate in the discussion. The evening will conclude with a reception. Refreshments will be provided.
Event is FREE and open to the public. Seating is limited - please register!
2:00-3:30PM - INTRODUCTION & GUEST SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS
SUSAN NARUCKI, Faculty Director, Arts and Community Engagement
ELIZABETH CHODOS, Director, Miller ICA Carnegie Mellon
HENRIETTE HULDISCH, Director of Exhibitions & Curator, MIT List Visual Arts Center
ALESSANDRA MOCTEZUMA, Gallery Director, San Diego Mesa College
LAWRENCE RINDER, Director, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA)
ALLYSON UNZICKER, Associate Director, University Art Galleries UC Irvine
3:30-5:00PM - MODERATOR & AUDIENCE QUESTIONS
GRANT KESTER, Professor of Art History, UC San Diego
ALEXANNDRA NICHOLLS, PhD Student - Art History, Theory, and Criticism, UC San Diego
5:00 - 7:00PM - RECEPTION
The event concludes with a reception in the University Art Gallery. Light refreshments will be provided.
Paid visitor parking is available at the Gilman Parking Structure and the Osler Parking Structure - both approximately a 10-15 minute walk to the gallery. Please review maps prior and allow extra time to navigate to the parking lot and venue before the event starts, to account for rush hour traffic and construction on campus.
The lecture is in the University Art Gallery on the UC San Diego campus. The gallery entrance faces west, at the west end of Mandeville Center and north east of the Main Gym.
This event is hosted by the Arts & Community Engagement program. within the Division of Arts & Humanities at UC San Diego.