Posts Tagged ‘academia’

Summer Session – Suzanne Lacy on the Feminist Program at Fresno State and CalArts

CalArts students at Klubnikin Packing Co., downtown Los Angeles, in Maps, 1973. Happening in Los Angeles, CA. Photo: Susan Mogul. Courtesy of Suzanne Lacy.

Back to School is the focus of this month’s Summer Session, and today we bring you an interview from our friends at East of Borneo between Moira Roth and Suzanne Lacy, illustrating the ways in which Lacy’s graduate experience shaped her as an artist. Here, Lacy describes how feminism as part of her formal education was inextricably linked to her nascent art practice, and how the[…..]

Summer Session – Resources for Women of Color Faculty

Tina Takemoto. Looking for Jiro, 2011. Film; 5:45. Production still by Maxwell Leung. Courtesy of the Artist.

August’s Summer Session topic is Back to School, which includes arts education, pedagogy, and all types of learning, formal or otherwise. Today we direct our readers to a list of resources for women of color faculty in academia, put together by Professors Robyn Magalit Rodriguez and Zaire Dinzey Flores. Rodriguez and Flores successfully used these works to support their argument for funding a women of color faculty[…..]

Summer Session – Teach 4 Amerika

Teach 4 Amerika, 2011; poster. Courtesy of the Bruce High Quality Foundation and Creative Time, New York.

Our new Summer Session topic is Back to School, and today we bring you an article from our sister publication Art Practical. Here, Patricia Maloney reviews the Bruce High Quality Foundation’s tour Teach 4 Amerika, the collaborative’s 2011 performative critique of the art academy. Though BHQF foregrounds its significant arguments against the economic art-school model with a healthy dose of irony, Maloney finds that the most ironic aspect[…..]

Summer Session – “Little Chance to Advance”: Why Women Artists in Academia Are Left Behind

Karolina Melnica. Celujacy (Excellent), n.d.; performance documentation.

Welcome to the first installment of our Summer Session topic “Back to School.” For this session we will be talking about art and the academy, exploring the unique opportunities, challenges, and problematics specific to academia. Today we bring you an article by Bean Gilsdorf reporting on the Katarzyna Kozyra Foundation’s study on the lack of women in positions of power within the Polish art academy. The foundation finds[…..]

‘Little Chance to Advance’: Why Women Artists in Academia Are Left Behind 

Karolina Melnica. Celujacy (Excellent), n.d.; performance documentation.

If you are currently attending or working in an academic arts institution, look around. What is the ratio of women to men in the student body? What proportion of the faculty is female? How many female faculty members are tenured? How many department chairs or deans are women? At many institutions, there is a visible disproportion between the number of women who are students versus[…..]

#Hashtags: The Social and the Political

#engagement #social practice #institutions #academia #authenticity #representation Berkeley has lately been abuzz with social practice of a politically conscious nature that befits the People’s Republic. The Berkeley Art Museum is presenting David Wilson’s The Possible, an exhibition as creative platform that includes numerous artist collaborators and participatory activities for the public. Concurrent with that exhibition, UC Berkeley’s Center for South Asia Studies presented the conference “Collecting[…..]

Help Desk: Extracurricular (!) Activities

ferris-buellers-art-museum

Help Desk is an arts-advice column that demystifies practices for artists, writers, curators, collectors, patrons, and the general public. Submit your questions anonymously here. All submissions become the property of Daily Serving. What advice would you have for artists who are separated from the university realm to keep themselves sharp (in terms of criticism and general growth)? Have you found specific groups or events that have[…..]