Remembering Civil Liberties:
Interactive Public Art Fence
Join in this interactive public art installation in the Main Quad through March 12. A chain link fence surrounds the flagpole to bring attention to the interconnected issues of civil liberties, segregation, and mass incarceration — past and present.
Everyone is invited to add tags to the fence to share stories, feelings, ideas for change and to honor those who have lost their lives.
Mark Your Calendar
See what we have planned this winter for student performances and other campus events open to the community. Click on an event listing for admission price, location and other details.
Saturday Planetarium Shows
End April 4
Catch an astronomy or laser show in the Planetarium this quarter before the public Saturday evening season ends April 4, resuming next fall.
Mooncakes, Churros, and Cherry Pie in the Euphrat
Feb. 2 through March 19, 2016
Thank you to all who joined us for our Artists Reception on Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Mooncakes, Churros, and Cherry Pie explores the connections between food, migration, and culture. Themes include food as a form of identity, the U.S. food industry and migrant/immigrant labor, and food traditions and memories.
Artworks include include neon, glass, and cardboard sculptures, photography, paintings, mixed media, textiles and more.
Mooncakes, Churros, and Cherry Pie is presented in conjunction with Silicon Valley Reads, an annual community program that selects books with contemporary themes and offers free events across Santa Clara County.
The 2015 theme is "Home & Homeland: The Immigrant Experience." The books are "Stealing Buddhas Dinner" by Bich Minh Nguyen, "We Need New Names" by NoViolet Bulawayo, and "The Book of Unknown Americans" by Cristina Henríquez.