Effective October 1, event attendees will no longer be required to show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative PCR or antigen test for entry into any Rutgers venues. Face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details on this requirement are available at: https://coronavirus.rutgers.edu
Proof of vaccination is not required to attend a performance at NBPAC. Beginning August 1, 2022, face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details are available at: https://nbpac.org/covid-health-safety/.
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This panel is comprised of artists from around the globe who have faced state repression first-hand as a consequence of political beliefs informing their artistic practices, and those who seek to defend them. It is…
Julie Tolentino (she/they interchangeably) is a Filipina Salvadorean artist whose practice explores durational performance, movement, and sensual practices within installation environments as a way to explore the interstitial spaces of relationality, memory, race, gender, and the archive.
Gabe Sacco, MFA ‘22 Westbeth Gallery 55 Bethune St, New York, NY 10014 On view: June 9–July 1, 2022 Opening Reception: Thursday, June 9, 6–8 p.m. Visiting hours: Wednesday–Sunday: 1–6 p.m.; Closed Monday, Tuesday. Virtual…
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork has been working with the intersection of sound, sculpture and performance since 2002. She studied sound art, photography and new genres at the San Francisco Art Institute and researched the history of communication technologies, acoustics and computer music at Stanford University.