Guadalupe Rosales: Handtmann Lecture/Roski Talk

Guadalupe Rosales (b. 1980, CA) is a Los Angeles-based artist who received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016 and was the 2019 recipient of Gordon Parks Foundation fellowship and 2020 USA Artist Award fellow. She is the founder and operator of Veteranas & Rucas and Map Pointz, two digital archives accessible through Instagram with over 250k subscribers. Aside from these two digital archives on Instagram, Rosales runs and preserves a physical archive containing vernacular photographs, flyers, magazines and other types of ephemera of the 1990’s connected to Latinx youth culture in Southern California and goes as far as the 1940’s. Guided by an instinct to create counter-narratives, Rosales tells the stories of communities often underrepresented in public record and official memory. By preserving artifacts and memorabilia, Rosales’ reframes marginalized histories, offering platforms of self-representation. 

March 7th, 2023


CHARM visits Homeboys Art Academy

What began in 1988 as a way of improving the lives of former gang members in East Los Angeles has evolved into the largest gang intervention, rehab and re-entry program in the world.

Each year we welcome thousands of people through our doors seeking to transform their lives. Whether joining our 18-month employment and re-entry program or seeking discrete services such as tattoo removal or substance abuse resources, our clients are embraced by a community of kinship and offered a variety of free wraparound services to facilitate healing and growth. In addition to serving almost 7,000 members of the immediate Los Angeles community in 2018, our flagship 18-month employment and re-entry program was offered to over 400 men and women.

Last Date: March 29, 2023

CHARM roundtable with Peter Sellars

Peter Sellars takes part in a roundtable with David Albertson (Religion), Adam Gilbert (Thornton), Lisa Pon (Art History), and an undergraduate from the Harman Academy of Polymathic Study to discuss history, art, religion and music with regards to his direction of the Schütz MusikalischeExequien staging that was performed at Disney Hall this past November. 

April 14, 2023

CHARM PUBLIC EVENT: “Big Paper in Small Pieces”: Renaissance

Arnold Nesselrath, Vatican Museums, “On the Functions of Raphael’s Cartoons”
Dario Donetti, Università di Verona, “Using, Storing, and Archiving Renaissance Drawings for New Saint Peter’s”
Tracy Cosgriff, College of Wooster

May 8, 2023

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