Jan 20, 2023 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Join us Friday, January 20, 2023 from 6–9pm for the opening of two new exhibitions—Thomas Campbell: Making stuff to express stuff, To share stuff, So others can feel or wanna make stuff, Hopefully.; and Beyond the Margins, An Exploration of Latina Art and Identity curated by María del Mar González-González. The opening will also feature a performance by LA-based artist xiouping and music by DJ Adam Michael Terry.
Thomas Campbell is a self-taught painter, sculptor, photographer, and filmmaker. He splits his time between his studio in Bonny Doon, California and traversing the globe making films.
María del Mar González-González, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of global modern and contemporary art history at Weber State University. She specializes in contemporary Latin American and Latinx visual art and culture with a focus on the intersection of art and politics.
xiouping aka (TNT) Taiwanese & Texan, is an American new genres research based artist. xiouping’s work examines identity politics through story telling.
Adam Michael Terry has been working for 20 years in filmmaking, film scoring, photography, analog animation, design, and creative writing, music production, multi instrumentation, DJing, and live music performance. Terry has written and live performed 3 original compositions for exhibits at UMOCA.