Step into an 8-foot cube and become surrounded by video projections of single-celled marine organisms — called dinoflagellates — reacting to various stimulants such as the human heartbeat, music, water flow, and air pressure.
Mint features Visual Arts graduate students, alumni, and faculty. The show supported by Dean Kit Pogliano and the Graduate Division.
Closing Reception, Thursday November 30, 3–5 PM at The Office of the Dean of the Graduate Division.
Two researchers (UC San Diego—Gallo Lab, and The Scripps Research Institute—Havran Lab) will present on topics of interest in the field of Cutaneous Biology (JAML-CAR, Cutaneous Tumorigenesis, Epigenetics, Inflammation, HDAC8 and HDAC).
Feufollet is Americana at its finest—reverential but wholly nonconformist. The young and vibrant southwest Louisiana band takes Cajun, honky-tonk, and string-band music and creates a sound that is at once familiar and fresh, classic and yet original.
This event will highlight the integration and political mobilization of the Dreamers, as well as the significant challenges that they face as a result of President Trump’s decision to rescind the program.