UCD professors share art exhibit

By From page A11 | October 09, 2012

A UC Davis husband-and-wife professor duo have combined their solo art work projects for a gallery showing titled “Solo x 2,” which runs daily from 2 to 6 p.m. through Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Sol Collective, 2574 21st St. in Sacramento.

Glenda Drew, a department of design professor, creates visual projects that include layers of oral history, image and text. Her multimedia presentation, “Food For Thought,” includes everything from 3D Viewmaster reels to scratch-and-sniff trading cards, and live cinema to documentary.

The primary themes in Drew’s work include social justice for underserved populations, immigrant labor and the interplay of technology with culture.

Jesse Drew, a professor of cinema and technocultural studies, centers his work on the theory and practice of alternative and community media and their impact on democratic societies. His “Winter in America: 1974-1975” is a collection of documentary photography.

Enterprise staff

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