A forum and informational support for the Mills College MFA Lecture Series. Here you will find information about the artists in our series as well as unique content to support your experience and knowledge of the Lecture Series and the school's MFA program in Studio Art.
Julio Cesar Morales is an
artist, educator, and curator. He utilizes a range of media including
photography, video, and printed and digital media to make conceptual
projects that address the productive friction that occurs in
trans-cultural territories. Morales' work consistently explores issues
of labor, memory, surveillance technologies and identity strategies. He
teaches and creates art in a variety of settings, from juvenile halls and probation offices to museums, art colleges, and alternative non-profit institutions. Want to know more about his work? Watch his profile on the KQED Spark website: http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/spark/profile.jsp?essid=18200