The anatomy of a mountain with a nipple-like peak shows it ready to erupt, before a dreary black and white background, beneath a blazing sun.

Minerva Cuevas: Female Earth

A call to action in a state experiencing rising temperatures, fires, and drought because of climate change, Female Earth is in keeping with Cuevas’s longstanding interest in intervening in public spaces to agitate for change.

Before red, white, and blue polling booths, images of Peanuts characters are superimposed to appear life-sized. Charlie Brown holds an apple on a stick, while Lucy van Pelt bobs for hers in a bucket of water.

Paul Pescador: PSA

They represent a collage of dialogue with different stakeholders, as well as the artist’s own experience of moving through the world as a fellow member of the public.

Two people walk bicycles across an arid landscape. There is a snow-covered mountain in the background. A grey river creates a broad stripe through the middle of the frame, reflecting the grey sky.

Stanya Kahn: No Go Backs

Completed earlier this year, No Go Backs (2020), shot on Super 16mm film with an original sound score and no dialogue, follows two teenagers (and real life friends) who leave the city for the wild.

A flyer for the event with a bright yellow background and green text that reads "Filing the Void: Confronting Ableism in the Art Space."

Filling the Void: Confronting Ableism in the Art Space

Artist Panteha Abareshi confronts the complex systems of ableism that operate within the art space. With two consecutive sessions in the Field Workshop, Abareshi will foster a much-needed dialogue around misunderstandings of the disabled body and its exclusion in cultural spaces. She will begin with presentations from the disabilities perspective and open up the discussion.