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CSULB Graduate Student in Art Cynthia Herrera in collaborative project with Riverside Art Museum

Posted on October 15, 2014 by School of Art

CSULB Graduate Student in Photography Cynthia Herrera is part of a community engagement project with the community of Riverside, the Riverside Art Museum, as well as with Cal State University, Long Beach. Making Ground is a series of events taking place from October 25, 2014 through February 2015 from community centers to garden nurseries, even art galleries both in the city of Riverside as well as Long Beach. The subjects will range from   “Community Cuttings: Storytelling and the Community History of Plants | A Transplanting Workshop” to “Common Ground | A Stakeholder Event” which communities across Riverside to join workshops in grafting, transplanting, and growing herbs in domestic spaces to “Making Ground | Community Histories, Healing Plants, and Succulent Sculpture” to be held at a Farmer’s Market in Riverside, as well as a gallery show in the Werby Gallery at CSULB on November 9-13, 2014. Ms. Herrera is a current MFA candidate in Photography at California State University Long Beach and a 2012 GPA Fulbright-Hayes Scholar in Arabic language, arts, and culture studies at the University of Mohammad the V Rabat, Morocco. For more information, please click here.

 

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