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Join us for these current or upcoming talks, performances, workshops and exhibitions – each one showcasing the power of art to illuminate and inspire important forces for social change.


April 27-May 31

Unframed – Spring Student Art Show

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"Unframed" is a special project of the Euphrat Museum of Art with the Fine Arts League of Cupertino

This exhibition features student artwork  in a variety of media – from paintings and drawings to photography, digital art and sculpture.

The works include reflections on the pandemic, the healing powers of nature, and finding resilience.


Tuesday, May 31

Asian Representation in the Media

Asian Representation in the Media

Join a conversation with Rena Wei, a Chinese-American NYU writer for MiscalculAsian magazine, and Kleigh Balugo, Pinay founder of Kindergarten magazine and the "Being Asian in White Spaces" podcast.

This event will be hosted by Claire Albis, scholar activist intern in the Office of Equity, with funding from De Anza Student Government (DASG)


Thursday, June 9

Solidarity: An Art Exhibition

  • 1-4 p.m.
  • MLC 250 (Office of Equity)

Solidarity: An Art Exhibition

Enjoy an afternoon of amazing performances and solidarity-themed art pieces. Chill and connect. Light snacks will be served.

If you would like to submit art pieces or perform, contact equityoffice@deanza.edu no later than June 7:

  • Submissions must be related to the solidarity theme
  • Painting, sculptures and photos highly recommended
  • Poetry and music performances encouraged

This event is hosted by Ricardo Sanchez, scholar activist intern in the Office of Equity, with funding from De Anza Student Government (DASG).


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Previous Events

  • Spring 2022

  • Winter 2022

  • Fall 2021

  • Spring 2021

  • Winter 2021

  • Fall 2021

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