Celebrated for her insightful commentary on topics ranging from feminism and social justice to power and the environment, Rebecca Solnit's ability to weave compelling narratives maker her powerful voice in not only contemporary literature but also contemporary culture.
For the first event in Occidental and OXY ARTS new Oxy Live! series, acclaimed interviewer Paul Holdengräber sat down with writer, artist and non-binary activist ALOK, for a catalytic conversation on poetry, writing, and existence as a creative act.
On the occasion of the opening night of for the sake of dancing in the street, dance collective TCS (Téa Devereaux, Chryssa Hadjis, and Simrin Player) performs original choreography in response to For Your Eyes Only by Yasmine Nasser Diaz and the FYEO soundtrack composed by Beirut-based DJ Carol Abi Ghanem.
An intimate evening of jazz inspired by Kenturah Davis: Dark Illumination. The ensemble performed original compositions inspired by Davis’ work, as well as selections that are evocative of the themes in the exhibition, especially the interplay of shadows.
Celebrate a decade of creativity and inspiration with our short documentary video, featuring exclusive artist interviews and archival footage from exhibitions, courses, and campus events, as we pay tribute to 10 years of the Wanlass Residency at OXY ARTS.