The UC San Diego Literature Department presents a talk with

Charles Glaubitz and Giancarlo Ruiz

Wednesday, 14 May 2014, 4:30 pm

Structural and Materials Engineering (SME) Bldg Presentation Space #149
UC San Diego, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, California 92093

The Mexican illustrator Charles Glaubitz lives in Tijuana, which allows him to teach at nearby San Diego City College across the border. His work has been recognized by American Illustration, How Magazine, Print Magazine, 3x3 Magazine. He received his BFA at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2001, and has exhibited in the Mexico, United States, Madrid Spain, Paris France, Hamburg Germany, Strange New World: Art And Design from Tijuana at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, Museo Carrillo Gil Mexico City, Museo Zapopan Jalisco, Oceanside Museum of Art, El Cubo Museum of Art Tijuana, Mexico.

Giancarlo Ruiz is a filmmaker and an actor. His work INSECTO and IV have won several awards and has been exhibited in the Habana International Film Festival, Cuba; Los Angeles International Film Festival, Los Angeles; San Diego Latino Film Festival, San Diego; Mex Artes Berlin, Germany, Strange new world – Art and design from Tijuana at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego and at Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, INSITE 2000, Cannes Film Festival to name a few. He is currently in the post-production process of his feature film El Vecino and in the final stages of mixing The Polish Mexicans debut music CD.

Giancarlo Ruiz is the UC San Diego Visual Arts Media Specialist.
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/staff/giancarlo-ruiz
http://genericpictures.com/giancarlo-ruiz/

The New Writing Series is brought to you by the Literature Department and the Division of Arts and Humanities

The New Writing Series thanks the Department of Visual Arts for providing us with the SME Presentation Space

For more information contact jeff baker [j9baker [at] ucsd.edu] or maria r flaccavento [mflaccav [at] ucsd.edu]

Images are courtesy of Actor / Director / Writer Giancarlo Ruiz, Charles Glaubitz, and the UC San Diego New Literature Department New Writing Series.