SYMP: IMU UR2: Art, Aesthetics, and Asian America @ Stanford University

Dear Friends and Colleagues, 

Please join us for IMU UR2: Art, Aesthetics, and Asian America, which will be held at Stanford on 10/28-29. Along with three exhibitions at the Cantor Arts Center, the event serves as the public launch of Stanford’s Asian American Art Initiative as well as the Martin Wong Catalogue Raisonné.  

The event also includes a keynote reading and conversation between Cathy Park Hong, Jen Liu, and Marci Kwon that will touch upon their time at Oberlin, the aftermath of multiculturalism, and Asian American femme friendship among other topics.  All events are free and open to the public and will also be streamed.  

All my best, 


Marci Kwon (she/her)
Assistant Professor, Art & Art History

Co-Director, Asian American Art Initiative, Cantor Arts Center

Enchantments: Joseph Cornell and American Modernism (Princeton University Press, 2021)


The Art of Change: Conversations with Ford Foundation Fellows–Live Webcast, Fri., Jan. 15, 2016, 9am-5pm Eastern Time

Please join us for a live webcast of “The Artists of Change,” a daylong forum with our Art of Change Fellows—13 creative visionaries working at the forefront of art and social change. Over the course of the year, the Fellows have pursued independent projects on critical issues such as surveillance, climate change, drug policy and capitalism, soft power, diversity in the arts, social networks, and the power of technology. Tune in as they share their work and spark lively conversation—with the audience and each other—around the ideas they are exploring.

To watch the live webcast, visit
Join the conversation: #ArtofChange

See The Art of Change Webcam 2016

Join the conversation with Eungie Joo, Thelma Golden, Carrie Mae Weems, Sandra Jackson-Dumont, and others.






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