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Spring 2017 Exhibit Opening
Opening Reception: April 26, 2017 5:30P.M.
Exhibit Open: April 27, 2017 – June 21, 2017
Salz-Pollak Atrium Gallery, Pollak Library
California State University, Fullerton
800 N. State College, Fullerton, CA 92831
For more information, please call 657-278-3580.
Visit the Center for Oral and Public History website for updates.
A University of California, Irvine undergraduate student curated exhibition under the faculty advisement of Dr. Ana Elizabeth Rosas.
Duration: March 17, 2017 – April 7, 2017, Viewpoint Gallery, Student Center
This exhibition is co-sponsored by the Departments of Chicano-Latino Studies and History, School of Social Sciences, UCI Special Collections and Archives, Illuminations, Advisory Council on Campus Climate, Culture & Inclusion.
Please share this flyer and invite guests to join you! Visit http://illuminations.uci.edu/events/2017_3_17_Material_of_Memory.html for more information.
About Viet Stories: Vietnamese American Oral History Project
Life Stories of Vietnamese Americans in Southern California
Attend the UCI Spring Exhibit Opening Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Southeast Asian Archive, May 16, 2017.
Coffee and Conversation with Al Baldwin
Vice Chair, Board of Directors at
the National Park Foundation
Ayala Science Library, Second Floor
University of California, Irvine
Enjoy a special presentation from Al Baldwin about news from the National Park Foundation and the future of our country’s most valuable landscapes alongside the UCI Libraries new exhibit.
Coffee and light appetizers will be served.
Please RSVP by February 21st:
Celebrating the Opening of the UCI Libraries’ Winter Exhibit
Our Majestic Lands: California’s National Parks
On Display through June 2017
Exhibit Curators: Becky Imamoto and Brian Williams
Out of all the states, California has the most national parks with nine in total, each representing an incredible diversity of environments and landscapes that includes both the lowest point in Death Valley,
and the largest elevation in Sequoia and Kings Canyon. While we now find enjoyment from their recreational use in activities ranging from hiking, to bouldering, camping and picnics, the appeal of these landscapes has a long and storied history that is uniquely
bound to the history of California and the establishment of the National Parks. The stories of the people who fought to preserve them for future generations are not without their controversies but the splendor of the parks are unquestionable and their enduring
appeal is a fundamental part of the California experience. This exhibition gives a look at the profound beauty that has inspired countless adventures into the National Parks of California to witness the awe of nature for themselves.
Visit UCI Libraries website for more details.
Exhibition: Taking a Stand: Legacies of Latina Activism in Southern California
Venue: Heritage Museum
Location: 3101 W. Harvard Street, Santa Ana California 92704
Dates: May 17 – July 31, 2016
Opening Event: May 17 at 5:30 pm
California State University Fullerton in collaboration with the Heritage Museum of Orange County presents Taking a Stand: Legacies of Latina Activism in Southern California. This exhibit at the Heritage Museum in Santa Ana focuses on the legacies of four Latina women active in politics from the late nineteenth century through the mid twentieth century. The partnership between the Heritage Museum and CSUF developed to give CSUF history students experience working directly in the field and giving the local community access to stories relevant to their local history. This exhibit will be launched at the Heritage Museum on Tuesday May 17, 2016 at 5:30 pm.
Taking a Stand: Legacies of Latina Activism in Southern California focuses on four influential women: Modesta Avila, Emiliia Castaneda, Luisa Moreno and Ana Nieto Gomez. Each of these four Latina women challenged the standards of their time in order to be heard and make changes for their greater community. Modesta Avila, living in Orange County, fought for her property rights in the aftermath of the US-Mexican War. Emilia Castaneda fought on behalf of all those that had been unconstitutionally deported back to Mexico. Louisa Moreno and Ana Nieta Gomez were both influential in political organizations using their voice to further rights for Latina women. This exhibit is led by Dr. Margie Brown Coronel and her class HIST 492 “Practicum in Public History”. Dr. Brown Coronel’s personal research focuses on Latina History and is the advisor for the Public History program at CSUF.
The opening event for Taking a Stand: Legacies of Latina Activism in Southern California begins at 5:30 pm on May 17, 2016. The opening event will include guest appearances by Emilia Castaneda, one of the women in the exhibit, and well known Latina Historian Vicki Ruiz. Light refreshments will be provided by the Heritage Museum.
The Heritage Museum of Orange County is dedicated to the preserving, promoting, and restoring the heritage of Orange County through hands on education. CSUF Center for Oral and Public History seeks to combine the strengths of oral history and public history in order to build better connections between Cal State Fullerton and thelocal, national, and global communities.