UC Davis art exhibit includes work of Fil-Am artist
DAVIS, California – Fil-Am artist and Plaridel Journalism Award winner France Viana will be part of a University of California at Davis exhibition honoring Asian Studies professor Isao Fujimoto, opening this Saturday January 25 at 5:30 pm and running until February 21, 2020.
Fujimoto was a founding member of the Asian American Studies Department at Davis, which is celebrating the program’s 50th anniversary. He was also a founder of the Community Development program devoted to the struggles and well-being of farm laborers and sustainable food practices.
Schedule for the all-day symposium on Saturday, January 25:
9:30 Opening Remarks – Dr. Robyn Rodriguez, Chair, Asian American Studies
10:00 Isao Fujimoto: Bouncing Back – Presentation on digital media project and exhibition – Scott Tsuchitani
10:30 Panel: Isao Fujimoto’s Life and Legacy: Scholar-Activist, Teacher, Mentor
1:30 Panel: Asian American Activism and Advocacy Today
3:00 Break (food provided)
4:45 Closing Remarks
5:30 OPENING OF EXHIBITION
More details at:
10 College Park
Davis, CA 95616 United States