Please join the UC San Diego Center for the Humanities for a lunchtime discussion with Erica Cho, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts.

Monday, November 23rd // 12:00pm - 1:30pm
UC San Diego / Literature Bldg Rm 310

Erica Cho is a visual artist who works in experimental film, short-form narrative, and LGBTQ and Asian American media art. The subjects of her work include the intersection of settler-colonialism and climate change, and the history of Korean War and migration. She has specializations in relief-printmaking, stop-motion animation, comics and drawing, and film editing. Prior to UC San Diego, Cho was Visiting Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Swarthmore College and Film Curator for the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. She has an MFA in Art from UC Irvine and a BFA in Art from Pennsylvania State University.

The conversation with Professor Cho will be moderated by Dr. Todd Henry of the History Department.

This event is part of an ongoing series of Monday lunches made possible by a gift from Gay Lester. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP here.

http://humctr.ucsd.edu/blog/post_events/dr-erica-cho-featured-at-new-fac...

Related Links:

Erica Cho
Assistant Professor of Visual Arts
UC San Diego
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/erica-cho
http://www.ericacho.com/

Photo courtesy of Artist Erica Cho.

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