BayCon '82 was held inin San Jose, California. Ackermanmusician Heather Alexanderand toastmasters Kevin J. Paid attendance for the weekend totaled just over members. The event's theme was "Space Flights of Fancy:
She started in the East Oakland neighborhood where she grew up, conversing with her subjects at length before finally taking their portrait. She replicated the process in Chicago, Houston, Baltimore, Watts, and other areas, producing a series of incredibly honest and striking photographs entitled Forgotten Cities.
In doing so, she gave those residents the documentation they deserve — the kind that sees them as people. In January, the group of four female artists of color put on Visions into Infinite Archives, a show that featured more than twenty-five artists of color reflecting disobeying confinement within a Eurocentric art historic canon.
Each member has their own practice, as well. Adee Roberson performs as musician Tropic Green and recently as part of a temporary collective of Black dancers for the show Blank Map.
Grace Rosario Perkins is a painter, sculpture, printmaker, and generally discipline-defying artist whose work dynamically challenges Native American stereotypes. Anna Luisa Petrisko the one member who lives in Los Angeles does performance and installation art as Jeepneys, through which she often reflects on her Filipino background.
And Sarah Biscarra Dilley is a Chumash and Chicana multidisciplinary artist whose work traces the complex landscape of indigenous resilience. Races, genders, orientations, and ages mix, match, and defy preconceptions.
But because every combination is random, the takeaway is up to you — this is Hamlet as Rorschach test and roller-coaster ride in one. Take your chances with it in repertory through January Although the nonprofit has been around for 27 years, it catapulted into mainstream consciousness in September following the death of Antonio Ramos, a year-old who was shot and killed while working with AHC on an anti-violence mural in a West Oakland underpass.
Reduce violence through the arts, with the help of the community affected by it. According to AHC, its mission is all about choosing peace over conflict and love over fear. What could possibly be better for Oakland than that?
Less often, however, do we hear about coders at the frontlines of anti-eviction activism using their tech-savvy skills to mitigate the eviction crisis.
The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project A E MP — a group of volunteer coders, cartographers, artists, storytellers, and activists — is one of these exceptions.
Using data-driven technology, community engagement, and collaborations with local organizations, A E MP visualizes displacement by mapping housing trends onto interactive online maps. Best Podcast Kamau Right Now! With Kamau Right Now! Hosts and guest performers like Jessica Sele and Marga Gomez find the funny in everyday experiences, sharing both insight and social critique through utterly hilarious deliveries.
The festival is the brainchild of Timothy Don and Kira Brunner Don — a married couple that consists of one homegrown Oaklander and one incredibly enthusiastic migrant to the city — who envisioned a free event that would draw in people across Oakland for a day of learning, debate, and dialogue.
Join us in San Antonio, Texas, for professional development workshops developed by the National Association of Science Writers, briefings on scientific research presented by the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, and lab tours and science field trips organized by a consortium of San Antonio's scientific community led by the Texas. Here are some resources to help you understand BASEF rules and eligibility requirements and help students be successful with their Science Fair projects. The San Francisco Writers Conference (“SFWC”) enjoys a rich literary culture. Over the course of four days in mid-February, over attendees and renowned keynote authors, presenters, editors, and agents, attend SFWC, combining the best of both the traditional publishing industry with the latest technology to empower authors to publish anywhere.
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