February 2017: Exploring Diversity

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As a multiracial woman, I often get the benefit of the doubt for being inclusive. I’m a one-person diversity solution and occasionally, spokesperson. I’m not sure it’s deserved. I have blind spots. I sometimes make incorrect assumptions based on the […]

Past Present Podcast: Trump University, Pence and Hamilton, and Turkeys Gone Wild

Cast of Hamilton on Broadway Speech Mike Pence

In this week’s episode, Neil, Natalia, and Niki debate the Trump University fraud settlement, Mike Pence’s reception at Hamilton, and the wild turkey’s distaste for the wild.    Trump University Donald Trump’s lawyers reached a $25 million settlement in the lawsuits over […]

Featured Artist: Michelle Hartney

Michelle Hartney

Michelle Hartney is a Chicago-based artist whose work addresses a broad range of topics, from women’s health issues, to the concept of heroes, love, and the cosmos.  She works in a variety of materials, including fiber, wood, found objects, community based interactive performance, and the […]

Featured Artist: Tra Bouscaren

Tra Bouscaren

Tra Bouscaren is a post-disciplinary artist, professor and independent researcher based in Watsonville, California. Incorporating neon, demolition rebar, lab equipment, trash cast in epoxy, monumental hand-carved styrofoam sculpture and other junk-object assemblage, Bouscaren programs interactive video-mapped environments which envelop material […]