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COLLECTIVE CARE

Collective Care: Uncovering Poverty is a collaborative series of programs developed by the Center for Culture and Social Justice (CCSJ), the Panther Care Program, and the Wignall Museum.  Impacts from the global pandemic continue to affect our students and communities, and record level rates of food and housing insecurity affect the basic needs of millions of Americans.

Collective Care: Uncovering Identity is a collaborative series of programs developed by the Center for Culture and Social Justice (CCSJ) and the Wignall Museum that bring together artists and community around issues relevant to the LGBT+ Community. All programs will be held virtually.

 

 


ARTIST TALK Willie Baronet
We Are All Homeless

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TALK Darryl Evey, Family Assistance Program
Poverty: Why It Sucks and How You Can Help

November 16, 2021 (no recording available)

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ARTIST TALK Landyn Pan

November 17, 2021 (no recording available)

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WORKSHOP Landyn Pan
How to Build Trust and Create Relationships:
Lessons Learned Through Photography

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Originally recorded 11/18/21. Video coming soon to Home Edition

TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE VIGIL

November 19, 2021 (no recording available)

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ARTIST TALK Eric Tenorio
A Day Without Art

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Originally recorded on 12/01/21. Video coming soon to Home Edition


Other Programs

DESIGN TALK Brandon Hook

December 10, 2021 from 3-4pm (PST)
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Brandon Hook is a Product Designer at the National Football League, where he delivers best-in-class digital experiences for fans that also drive business goals. Originally a journalism major, he graduated from Azusa Pacific University with an English degree and a curiosity for stories and the people who live them. His curiosity took him to Washington, D.C., where he managed and led content strategy for a social justice digital magazine (4.8 million unique yearly visitors). He then returned west to pursue a Masters in Theology at Fuller Seminary, where he also developed a love for all things visual design while working for the university. He left Fuller to become an Art Director at Caltech. He discovered a love for UX during a certificate program through UCLA, which was the springboard for a UX career and helped him land his job at the NFL.