Art & Oppression Comics Exhibition

Promoting freedom of expression, combating censorship and building diversity, equity and inclusion through arts, audiences are invited to view the Art & Oppression Comics Exhibition between May 26–June 1.

Featuring artwork from Art Professor Dee Hibbert-Jones’ comics student awardees: Aaron Samuel Mulenga, Lizzy Drew, Ellory Erecius, Emily Tran, Isabella Dennis, Milo Halperin, Pichy Jumpholwong, Serena Teresa and Stella Brown. Students directly responded to the Jim Gunderson & Peter Coha comics collection, other eclectic works by independent artists and ephemera from Special Collection & Archives.

See also sneak previews from the newest limited edition Slug Comic featuring Thought Drinker by Amy Gerstler and Elektro by Ivan Brandon, illustrations by Natalie Andrews and Francesca Cireglia. Each work responds to themes of oppression, silence, and identity, celebrating graphic works as a medium of resistance.

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ADMISSION 
Free and open to the public.
Attend in person: Tues—Fri, 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m., or by advance appointment.
More information on the Special Collections & Archives website here.

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COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
All campus visitors must follow UCSC COVID-19 mitigation requirements as outlined on the Slug Strong website here.

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PARKING
See Transportation & Parking Services (TAPS) for visitor parking information, ParkMobile instructions, and a campus parking map

Wednesday, June 1

Mchenry Library, 3rd Floor Special Collections and Archives

Event Type

Exhibits

Invited Audience

Alumni, Faculty & Staff, Students, Prospective Students, General Public, Graduate Students

Topics

Arts & Culture

Website

http://arts.ucsc.edu/events

Group
Arts Division, Institute of the Arts and Sciences
Hashtag

#ucscarts

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