Partner Organizations

THE ARTS AREA Exhibitions @ CASA Pitzer

Pitzer College Art Galleries is pleased to partner with CASA Pitzer and Arts Area Gallery to engage with community artists and audiences and critical issues in the IE region.

CASA Pitzer (Critical Action and Social Advocacy | Community Engagement Social Immersion Program) advances critical analysis and community partnerships around the most pressing issues in the Inland Empire in a space that brings local residents, organizers, activists, artists, and nonprofits together with Pitzer College faculty and students to build community and enact change. The CASA Pitzer academic program facilitates student internships and community-based participatory research on issues of regional equity and justice pertaining to incarceration, immigration, education, environment, labor, art, culture, and health.

Hosted at CASA Pitzer in Ontario, The Arts Area exhibitions are a community partnership with CASA Pitzer.

Events

August 21, 2021, 6 – 9 p.m.

RESET Opening Reception and Ontario Arts Walk


August 21, 2021, 6 – 9 p.m.

CASA Pitzer Homecoming Event and Book Launch: Immigrants of the IE

CASA Pitzer is reopening after eighteen months with a special “homecoming” event featuring its partner organizations, an opening reception for The Arts Area exhibition RESET, and the book launch of Immigrants of the IE. Photographs from the book, printed on large scale banners will debut in a long-term exhibition at CASA. Immigrants of the IE is a community photography project and art exhibition, developed in collaboration with Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice and Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective, that weaves together narratives and images created by community members to document the lived experiences of immigrants in Southern California.

Additional information on Immigrants of the IE is available at Bookwire.


Kallick Family Gallery

Kallick Family Gallery is part of the Pitzer College Mosbacher/Gartrell Center for Media Experimentation and Activism. It is also the site of the Pitzer College Art Galleries Faculty-Driven Exhibition Series.