Teaching writing is both a science and art. As the field of education moves more toward inclusiveness and embracing diversity, however, the art and science of writing — and how to teach it — becomes more challenging.
Students in the UC Merced Global Arts Studies Program will present “Voices of the Revolutionary Theatre Collective” Dec. 8 at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center.
The production will explore the history of embedded racism through excerpts from the plays of Luis Valdez, Marvin X, Ben Caldwell, Ntozake Shange and other prominent authors from the Chicano and Black Arts Movements.
Four UC Merced graduate students got a rare opportunity to establish and strengthen relationships bet
The Global Arts Studies Program (GASP) at UC Merced will present a series of lectures to connect the Merced community with the research and artistic activities taking place on campus.
Music Professor Jayson Beaster-Jones, who organized the series, will give the first talk on Sunday, Oct. 2. Each of the lectures, which are free and open to the public, will begin at 3 p.m. in the Black Box Theater at the Merced Multicultural Arts Center at 645 W. Main St.
UC Merced students will offer a window into race and racism through a unique theater presentation both on campus and in the Merced community on June 30.