May 7th - May 29th
Opening Reception: Saturday May 7th, 7-10pm
Catalyst welcomes Los Angeles based conceptual artist Abigail Collins to come talk about her politically driven work and practice. Collins finished her BFA at Cooper Union, New York, in 2008 and her MFA at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 2015. Collins practice brings her across the globe, traversing international borders. Her work has been shown in group and solo exhibitions nationally and internationally.
The lecture will take place at 12:00pm in ART 160, followed by a brief Q&A and reception.
Excited to have work in haunt's second volume, edited by Amanda McGough
"We are pleased to announce the sophomore issue of Haunt Journal of Art. Speculative and innovative art writing practices are paramount to the development of radical thinking and imagination. Our contributors' writings make this more visible and more possible to understand.
October 2-16, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2, 5:00-8:00pm
Curated by UCLA Department of Art graduate students Damir Avdagic and Abigail Collins.
The UCLA New Wight Biennial, Compassion Fatigue, will present work from 15 international emerging artists using installation, performance, video, photography and sound to enable intimate ways of viewing political crisis.
"Whistleblowers" Screening August 2 at 9pm as part of A Meerkat's Whistle Exhibition
Work featured in:
INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF THE ARTS
GRAPHITE PRESENTS ISSUE 5: NETWORKS
GRAPHITE is proud to present the fifth installment of the journal, “Networks.” Issue 5 features the work of twelve artists, four writers, and an interview between editor Gabriel Garza and artist Edgar Arcenaux.