Forms of Reparations: The Museum and Restorative Justice series featured artist lauren woods, who prefers to have their name lower cases, and curator Kimberli Meyer speak about their project that was once presented at the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum.
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Twenty vinyl records representing people of color who who were victims of police brutality and gun violence hung from a tree near the retired Prospector Pete statue, in a politically motivated art piece by senior studio art major Ashley Galvan. “#Paused,” Galvan’s statement piece, is not only a condemnation of[Read More…]
Students and faculty were left with more questions than answers after a public forum to address “American MONUMENT,” and the firing of University Art Museum Director Kimberli Meyer provided no new revelations for attendees. Around 40 people attended the session Tuesday which was led by Cyrus Parker-Jeannette, dean of the[Read More…]
In response to the sudden termination of Long Beach State University Art Museum Director Kimberli Meyer on Sept. 11, artist Lauren Woods said she will “pause” her project on police brutality, “American MONUMENT.” Over 100 students, staff and faculty gathered in the University Theatre Auditorium Tuesday to hear Woods talk[Read More…]