For more information, contact A. Colin Raymond
Love, Peace, Dreams, and Bombs
February 27 – March 3, 2017
Love, Peace, Dreams, and Bombs is a collaborative project that combines the exhibition of new artwork by UCSB MFA student Yumiko Glover alongside talks by UCSB students and scholars A. Colin Raymond (History of Art & Architecture), Carl Gabrielson (EALCS), Sabine Früstück (EALCS), and Travis Seifman (History), as well as video interviews conducted by activist Naoya Matsushima. An experiment in collaborative expression through art, scholarship, and activism, the aim of Love, Peace, Dreams, and Bombs is to promote more complex and globally-situated understandings of Japan.
Important Project event dates:
- February 27 - March 3: Exhibition of recent work by Yumiko Glover at UCSB's Glass Box Gallery (Arts 1326)
- March 1, 2:00 - 3:30 pm: Talks by Project members at UCSB's MultiCultural Center Theater, moderated by Matt Limb (History of Art & Architecture) (MCC directions )
- March 1, 4:00 - 7:00 pm: Exhibition reception, at the Glass Box Gallery
Cosponsored by the Department of Art, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, the East Asia Center, and the MultiCultural Center.