Gonzales-Day regularly gives artist’s talks, faculty workshop, which can be combined with class visits and has lectured a numerous universities and museums. Lectures can also be thematic, or on specific bodies of work, or research. Workshops can include smaller events, readings, or seminars and can provide participants with insights and methods in rethinking how the institution and instructors can promote change against deep-rooted structures of oppression at a curricular/institutional level while fostering greater equity in the classroom and beyond.
Humanities In Circulation: 25th Anniversary of the UC Humanities Initiative & Annual Society of Fellows Meeting with Angela Davis at The Fowler Museum at UCLA, 2013.
These images are from the Smithsonian Latino Center’s 2018 Young Ambassadors Program, the Latino Center’s youth program for community-conscious leaders. The Young Ambassadors Program is a national, interdisciplinary leadership development program for graduating high school seniors aimed at fostering pride in Latino culture and promoting higher education while exposing students to the arts, sciences and humanities. Young Ambassadors Program Washington Week June 24-29, 2018
Day 1 Section 4 – Informal Conversation: Artist Spotlight in Latino Art Exhibit Halls, National Portrait Gallery Taína Caragol, Ph.D., Curator for Latino Art and History, National Portrait Gallery, Ken Gonzales-Day, Artist.