The UCSB Department of Art and
The UCSB Department of Art and College of Creative Studies present Spring 2019 Visiting Artist Colloquium and Curatorial Conversations. The program offers a wide range of voices in dialogue, exploring the topics of contemporary art, theory, and cultural production by emerging and established visiting artists, as well as members of UCSB’s own campus faculty and graduate students.
Presentations will take place each Thursday evening, from April 4 through June 6, 2019 from 5:00 to 6:50pm in UCSB’s Embarcadero Hall in Isla Vista. All lectures are free and open to the public, held each Thursday evening. For directions to location, please visit UCSB –> campus map.
Young Chung (b. 1972, Seoul, Korea) is an interdisciplinary artist and curator who established the gallery Commonwealth & Council in 2010, out of his apartment at the corner of, well, Commonwealth and Council. After his landlord shut things down, Chung packed up and moved back to Koreatown, where he grew up, reopening the gallery in an office building upstairs from a Korean church, on the same floor as the oldest Latino Alcoholics Anonymous. So far, he’s done over 100 shows featuring a diverse array of artists (many are queer or people of color) like Jennifer Moon and Alice Könitz, who both went on to win the Hammer Museum’s Mohn Award at its first biennial. The gallery’s original name remains, but the vibe is still homey.
(Thursday) 5:00 pm - 6:50 pm
935 Embarcadero del Norte