Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 9:30am-11:00am
Boardroom SF Campus
Michele Carlson is an Associate Professor in Visual and Critical Studies at California College of the Arts, and the Executive Director of Daily Serving and Art Practical, two online arts publications published by CCA. She is practicing artist, writer and curator whose trans-disciplinary research investigates the intersections of history, power, and visual culture. Her visual works, primarily collaged drawings on paper, have been exhibited nationally at venues including Patricia Sweetow Gallery, the San Francisco Arts Commission, Intersection for the Arts, and Cerasoli Gallery, Los Angeles. She has received awards and fellowships from Kala Art Institute, San Francisco Arts Commission, and the Reader’s Digest Museum Foundation. Her critical writings and creative writings have been published in numerous publications including Art in America, Hyphen, Art Practical, KQED and Afterimage and various exhibition catalogs. In addition to her visual work and writing practices, Carlson is the outgoing Editor in Chief for Hyphen, a national print and online publication focusing on Asian American culture and politics. She is a member of the Curatorial Committee at Southern Exposure, in San Francisco, and one third of the arts collective, Related Tactics, which entertains diverse projects at the intersection of race, art and culture. Carlson received a BFA in Printmaking and BAs in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts and History from the University of Washington. She completed a Dual Degree MFA in Printmaking and MA in Visual & Critical Studies from the California College of the Arts.