Join leading scientists, engineers, students, and key stakeholders from the energy, policy, and school science communities to discuss CER’s key research areas and the challenges we face to sustainably meet the world’s growing energy needs.
Interrogating the Archive is a 2018 UC San Diego Interdisciplinary Collaboratory organized by faculty and graduate students from the Departments of Visual Arts, Communication, and Ethnic Studies at UC San Diego.
Join us for a talk by writer Samanth Subramanian, a correspondent for The National and the author of two books of reportage, “Following Fish: Travels Around the Indian Coast” and “This Divided Island: Stories from the Sri Lankan War.”
Raised in Havana, Daymé Arocena has quickly become the voice for a new generation of talented Cuban millennials who are reimagining their African roots through a lens that filters jazz, soul, and funk.
Featuring several emerging and mid-career UC San Diego grads alongside established peers, this exhibition showcases artists working with expanded media art practices, innovative new media, speculative design practices, and public policy.
Zara is a Los Angeles-based artist who engages in an interdisciplinary practice focused on installation, drawing, sculpture, and performance. Her investigations are rooted in corporeal relationships to matter and phenomenological processes.