“Hosting Kinship” by graduate students and artists Fatemeh Kazemi and Rumpelstiltskin Morgan is a two-part gathering series porously enveloping the bundled archive of multimedia correspondence between two friends. This collaborative work was conceived while traveling to, and time in, San Pedro and Los Angeles while attending the School of Art’s Turner Semester Residency Program.
Drop in, in person or via Zoom, starting at 6 p.m. (Pacific Time) to enjoy a cooling and warming meal with/by the ocean, giving and taking time to be present, and presenting ourselves for conversation with expanded friendship – gifting, receiving, and hosting kinship.
This exhibition and the Turner Semester are brought together by the support and generosity of Marylyn Turner ’56, G’57 and Chuck Klaus G’05.
Accessibility: Cabrillo Beach has sand areas, water areas, and picnic areas accessible through sidewalks and grass/dirt paths.
This event was published on October 27, 2022.
- Arts and Performance
- US Southwest
- Open to
- School of Art
- Jill Spector
- Contact Jill Spector to request accommodations
- Parking is available in a paid lot.