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On Saturday, October 7, 6–8pm, UCR ARTS hosts its Fall Reception. Come check out the current exhibitions, including David C. Driskell & Friends: Creativity, Collaboration & Friendship; Jon Henry, Stranger Fruit; Every Day We Have to Invent the Reality of this World: AI Post Photography; and Be A Man: Richard Allen May III’s Exploration of Black Masculinity in a White Patriarchal Society at the California Museum of Photography, and Marsia Alexander-Clarke: MIRANDO and Heresies: Still Ain’t Satisfied at the Culver Center of the Arts.
4:00pm: Panel discussion with UCR CHASS Dean Dr. Daryle Williams and the curators of David C. Driskell & Friends
6:00pm: Artist’s talk with Jon Henry in conjunction with Jon Henry, Stranger Fruit
6:45pm: A capella performance by Idyllwild-based women’s choir Local Color
7:15pm: A capella performance by Idyllwild-based women’s choir Local Color
6-8pm: Celebration of all UCR ARTS exhibitions
Admission to the galleries and these events is free.
This program is supported by the Teiger Foundation, the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at UC Riverside, and the City of Riverside.