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Global Arts Studies

April 1, 2024

Bobcat Art Show piece, "Alignment and Dissolution", digital art on metal.
The 12th edition of the Bobcat Art Show, which debuts this week in a new space, is further proof that creativity can come from anywhere in the UC Merced community. “In addition to the amazing work done by our Global Arts Studies students and faculty, we have some incredible pieces by...
UC Merced Human Rights Film Festival
The unflinching demand for justice drives the moving images and impassioned ideas packed into the agenda of this year’s UC Merced Human Rights Film Festival, presented by the university’s...
Images from left to right: Hisako Hibi, “Study for a Self-Portrait,” ca. 1944.; Miki Hayakawa, “Untitled (Woman with Blue Hair),” ca. 1930s; Miné Okubo, “Portrait Study,” ca. 1937.
A new art exhibition curated by Professor ShiPu Wang is reintroducing the diverse art of three California painters to a national audience by bringing representative works from each together for the...
Photo of Bobby McFerrin
UC Merced UpstART invites the public to Bobby McFerrin and Merced Community Choirs in Concert at the Merced Theatre, Saturday, November 18 at 3:00 p.m. General Admission tickets to the November 18th...
UC Merced's UpstART, a faculty-directed arts organization, presents Quinteto Latino, the San Francisco Bay Area wind quintet, expanding the boundaries of classical music by performing works...
Professor Yehuda Sharim 's film entitled “El Ojo Comienza En La Mano,” which he calls a tribute to campesino histories in rural California told through the art of local farm worker...
For the 13th year, a children's opera takes the stage at UC Merced for the young and young at heart. The UC Merced Children's Opera presentation of "The Emperor's New Threads,...
At the end of May, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Gregg Camfield will step down after five years in the role and nearly a decade in executive leadership at UC Merced. He intends to take a...
Two people are seen in the snow in Yosemite National Park.
"Romeo and Juliet" is considered William Shakespeare's most famous romantic tragedy. But this Earth Day weekend, it will be transformed into a new production that will offer hope for...
Faculty members with the Global Arts Studies Program at UC Merced will present their fifth annual Faculty Concert on Sunday, April 23, 2023, at 3 p.m. at Merced College, 3600 M St. This concert is...

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