Caleb Duarte | The Monument as Living Memory
• Apr 13, 2022 • A Collective Architectural Intervention led by Caleb Duarte. This work illustrates the closure, dismantling, and restructuring of institutions, the toppling of monuments, and the uprising of a palpable collective spirit across our country.
Finding Asylum in California
• Streamed live on Mar 23, 2022 • California aims to be a safe place to land for refugees and asylum seekers, but what does relocation really look like? Host of KQED Newsroom Priya David Clemens brings together KQED's Immigration Senior Editor Tyche Hendricks, visual artist Caleb Duarte, and refugee resettlement director Fouzia Azizi to share their observations and experiences of dislocation, migration and the quest to make California home. Caleb shows images and footage of his sculptural performances, made in collaboration with displaced people from Mexico and Central America. And Fouzia speaks about the legal and logistical challenges of resettling new arrivals and her personal experience as a refugee from Afghanistan.
Bill Kelley, Jr, Umar Rashid, Caleb Duarte in Conversation.
• Mar 23, 2022 •
ConSortiUm, a collaborative project of art museums and galleries from the California State University (CSU) system, is pleased to announce the Spring 2022 speaker event for our ongoing virtual event series PLATFORM. Launched in September 2020, PLATFORM actively engages students, faculty, staff, and communities through live virtual conversations with contemporary artists, collectives, and curators whose work is critical to current re-imaginings of the art world and the world at large.
De Un Lado A Otrxs. Juraz MX 2019
De un lado a otrxs 17.10.2019 — 18.10.2019
Coloquio internacional sobre género y migración: De un lado a OTRXS En este coloquio se busca propiciar la reflexión sobre la coyuntura entre los discursos de género y migración desde las artes visuales y la literatura local con énfasis en el pensamiento fronterizo.
Civic Engagement & Social Practice Art | Suzanne Lacy Panel Part 2 | YBCA
• Oct 11, 2019 •
Inspired by conversations and ideas brought to light while co-developing Suzanne Lacy: We Are Here with SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, YR Media, Youth Speaks, MediaJustice, Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Middle School, Caleb Duarte and the eponymous artist, YBCA presents an afternoon convening that explores youth organizing, civic engagement, and social practice.
“Civic Engagement and Social Practice” features Suzanne Lacy, Caleb Duarte, and fellow social practice artist Gregory Sale (currently exhibiting in Future IDs at Alcatraz Island) discussing the role of social practice in communities and in art institutions. Moderated by curator Liz Thomas, they explore the origins of their own artistic practice, the issues facing social practice today, the motivations and challenges of exhibiting social practice art, and how artists can create social change and for what audiences.
Zapantera Negra Interview with Caleb Duarte and Emory Douglas - E-misférica 10.2 Dissidence
The Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics is a collaborative, multilingual, and interdisciplinary consortium of institutions, artists, scholars, and activists throughout the Americas. Working at the intersection of scholarship, artistic expression, and politics, the organization explores embodied practice—performance—as a vehicle for the creation of new meaning and the transmission of cultural values, memory, and identity.
Creative Time Summit 2012 | Making - EDELO (En Donde Era La ONU)
EDELO - Many Other Worlds Are Possible: 20 Years After NAFTA
• Dec 16, 2013 • Caleb Duarte and Mia Eve Rollow from EDELO (En Donde Era La UNO/Where the United Nations Used to Be) explore the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement in Chiapas (NAFTA), Mexico's poorest state and the site of the Zapatista revolution.
KQED Spark - Caleb Duarte
• Jan 31, 2011 • Head to the beach with Caleb Duarte as he gathers materials for a solo show in San Francisco's Jack Fischer Gallery. Original air date: April 2007.