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Elizabeth Stephens

Professor

estephe@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Art, Film, Environmental Justice, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

  Beth Stephens is an artist, and filmmaker with a Ph.D. in Performance Studies.    Awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship (2021) for her current film project with Annie Sprinkle, Playing with Fire, an Individual Artist Grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission (2022), a Fleishhacker Foundation grant (2022) and the publication of Assuming the Ecosexual Position— the Earth as Lover published by the University of Minnesota Press. In 2021 the ... more »


Areas of expertise: Animation, Art, Ethnicity, New Media, Public Art, Theater


Biography, Education and Training

  John Jota Leaños is a Mestizo (Mexican-Italian-Chumash) interdisciplinary artist, documentary animator and social art practitioner concerned with the embattled terrains of history and memory as they relate to nation, power and social justice. Leaños is a Guggenheim Fellow of Film and Media, Creative Capital Artist and United States Artist (USA) Fellow. His practice includes a range of media arts, documentary animation, video, public art, installation and performance introdu... more »

Jennifer A Parker

Jennifer A Parker

Professor, Founding Director of UCSC OpenLab

Art Department

Areas of expertise: Art, Digital Arts


Biography, Education and Training

Parker received a B.A in art from the University of California Santa Barbara in 1990, attended The Skowhegan School Painting and Sculpture in Maine, and received her M.F.A. in Sculpture from Rutgers University in 1992. Professor Parker has been part of the faculty at the University of California Santa Cruz since 1999 in the Art Department.


Areas of expertise: Art, Film, Digital Arts


Robin King

Robin King

Lecturer Writing

Writing Program

Areas of expertise: Art, Mass Media, Writing, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

B.A., M.F.A., University of California, San Diego.

Ronaldo V. Wilson

Ronaldo V. Wilson

Professor, Director Creative Writing Program

Literature Department, Creative Writing Program

Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, Asian Studies, Art, Art Theory, Queer Studies, Performance, Poetry, Fiction, Visual Culture, Writing


Biography, Education and Training

Education:   2009 Ph.D., English, CUNY Graduate Center 1995 M.A., Poetry, New York University Graduate Creative Writing Program  1991 A.B., English, University of California, Berkeley   Biography:   Ronaldo V. Wilson is an award-winning poet, interdisciplinary artist, academic and author of six collections of hybrid and experimental works spanning poetry, fiction, mixed genre theory, performance, digital, sound, and visual art.  He has performed in multiple ... more »


Areas of expertise: Art


Biography, Education and Training

Research Interests: A. Laurie Palmer’s work is concerned with material explorations of matter’s active nature as it asserts itself on different scales and in different speeds, and with collaborating on strategic actions in the contexts of social and environmental justice. She sees art in its surprising, sensory, relational, and critically constructive capacities as a liberatory force that can contribute to collective and systemic transformation. Her work takes form as sculpture, ins... more »

Ed Gregor

Ed Gregor

Continuing Lecturer

Art Department

Areas of expertise: Art, Digital Arts, Animation, Game Technology


Tiffany Lynn Wong

Tiffany Lynn Wong

Writing Program Continuing Lecturer

Writing Program

Areas of expertise: Writing, Technical Writing, Science Writing, Art, Art Criticism, Art Theory, Artificial Intelligence, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Contemplative Studies, Creativity, Science and Technology


Biography, Education and Training

M.F.A., Digital Arts and New Media, University of Califorina Santa Cruz B.A., Writing and Visual Arts, Sarah Lawerence Collge Cert., TESOL/TESL/TEFL Cert., Stanford Univerity Cultivatving Compassion Training (CCT) Teacher


Areas of expertise: Art, Aesthetics, Art Criticism, Art Theory, Digital Arts, Contemporary Art, Digital Media, History of Art and Visual Culture, Science and Technology, New Media


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Shanken writes and teaches about the entwinement of art, science, and technology with a focus on interdisciplinary practices involving new media. Recent publications and presentations address art and shamanism, environmental art, sound art and ecology, and bridging the gap between new media and contemporary art.  His book Art and Electronic Media (Phaidon Press, 2009) has been expanded with an extensive, multimedia, multilingual Online Companion. Inventing the ... more »

Karolina Karlic

Karolina Karlic

Associate Professor

Art Department

Areas of expertise: Social Documentation, Art, Archives, Archival Practices


Biography, Education and Training

Through a range of photographic media Karlic creates work that widely addresses the intersection of photography and documentary practices, with a focus on systems of labor and industry, globalization, and their impact on the social and environmental landscapes. Karlic has been the recipient of numerous fellowships, residencies, and awards, including the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, the Cultural Exchange International Fellowship of the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Fellowship, t... more »

Dorothy R. Santos

Dorothy R. Santos

Visiting Assistant Professor

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Art


Biography, Education and Training

Dorothy R. Santos, Ph.D. (she/they) is a Filipino American storyteller, poet, artist, and scholar. She earned her Ph.D. in Film and Digital Media with a designated emphasis in Computational Media and a certificate from the Science and Justice Research Center from the University of California, Santa Cruz as a Eugene Cota-Robles fellow. She received her Master’s degree in Visual and Critical Studies at the California College of the Arts and holds Bachelor’s degrees in Philosophy and Ps... more »


Areas of expertise: Art, Computer Science


Biography, Education and Training

Wes Modes is a California artist and educator focused on new media, social practice, sculpture, and performance. Their pioneering social practice work with the people who live in American river communities has been nationally recognized and reported worldwide. Their multidisciplinary work Secret History of American River People combines social practice, oral history, video, photography, sculpture, new media, and adventurous fieldwork on American rivers since 2014.

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