This online exhibition features selected 1970s vintage posters by San Francisco Bay Area activist artists who represent a spirit of cultural diversity, social equity/social change, and international human rights from various perspectives. Revealed in the imagery are significant interethnic collaborations in which shared interests of African American, Asian American, Chicano/Latino, and Native American communities are united within individual posters. The posters are drawn from major graphic art collections housed in the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA) in the UCSB Library.
Come Together gallery reception and panel discussion slide show
Video of the Come Together Panel Discussion (streaming quicktime) with artist Nancy Hom and Juan Fuentes moderated by Professor George Lipsitz - February 8th at the UCSB MultiCultural Center.
Mp4 Videos 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 (these may download slower)
Come Together: Interethnic Collaboration for Equity and Social Change in the 1970s
Location: College of Creative Studies Gallery, UCSB
Date: February 8 - March 4, 2011, 12 p.m to 5 p.m.
Panel discussion with artists Nancy Hom and Juan Fuentes moderated by George Lipsitz on February 8th at 4 p.m. in the Multicultural Center lounge, with an artists' reception at 5:30 p.m. in the College of Creative Studies Gallery.
Sponsors: the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives, UCSB Library; the UCSB Research Working Group on Chicano Visual Arts (ImaginArte), under the auspices of the Chicano Studies Institute; the MultiCultural Center. In collaboration with the College of Creative Studies Gallery.
Come Together: Interethnic Collaborations for Equity and Social Change in the 1970s - Online exhibit