Virtual talk that examines agricultural practices, in which Land of Milk and Honey artists have created new visual forms to examine their relationship to the land and forge new communities.
Grant Made Possible by Support from the National Endowment for the Humanities Supports Outstanding Publicly Engaged Humanities Programs CSU San Bernardino in partnership with the MexiCali Biennial has received an […]
September 1 – December 31, 2022Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History705 Front St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 The inaugural The Land of Milk and Honey exhibition of the 2022-2023 […]
The ESTA (Environmental Science through Art) team is excited to be collaborating with the Mexicali Biennial to share youth artworks created as part of its educational programs. About NIH-ESTA grant […]
Proposals can be submitted in English or Spanish/Las propuestas se pueden entregar en español o inglés Versión en español Aquí Deadline for proposals is March 31, […]