From storytime and live music, to art activities or animal interactions, Toddler Time is a fun and engaging event for our littlest guests ages 5 and under and an accompanying adult. Every other Wednesday, included with aquarium admission.
Zac Monday’s crochet costumes and drawings are animated through performance experiences that are intended to direct how both the viewer and the maker interact. Monday complete his MFA from UCSD in 2010.
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Angel Daniel Matos is Assistant Professor of English & Comparative Literature at San Diego State University. His primary work explores how queer experiences, histories, and emotions are shaped and narrativized in LGBTQ+ youth fiction. His research and teaching interests also include space and place, digital fan production, speculative literature, and media studies. His work has appeared in journals such as The ALAN Review and Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture, and book collections such as Gender(ed) Identities: Critical Rereadings of Gender in Children’s and Young Adult Literature and Lessons in Disability: Essays on Teaching with Young Adult Literature.
Dr Victoria Young, who is the Kawashima Lecturer in Japanese Literature and Culture at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, will be giving a talk exploring the work of the Okinawan author Sakiyama Tami.