The minor, based at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, takes advantage of resources across a multitude of USC schools.
USC Roski School of Art and Design
The minor will inspire students to create powerful, astute, technology-enabled and sustainable practices to facilitate meaningful change.
Art students Jayna Dias and Angel Itua present a lifetime of experiences as Black women and Black artists living within the Black diaspora in the exhibition The Black Experience.
Artist noé olivas, co-founder of the Crenshaw Dairy Mart art collective and gallery, draws on his parents' work ethic and his USC cohort's encouragement to bring communities together in Inglewood.
As part of the Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation, a NASA study that mimics journeying to Mars, Richelle Gribble got to experience life on the red planet while taking her art to new heights.
Jessica Bellamy, now a master’s degree candidate at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, uses her paintbrush to make sense of the “dystopian utopia” of Los Angeles.
The USC alumna was a longtime patron of the arts within the university and across Los Angeles.
With the design school’s galleries closed due to COVID-19, artist Josh Beliso got creative and took advantage of his family’s outdoor space.
USC art and design students build creative ties in the midst of L.A.’s Arts District.
Artist Richelle Gribble is leading the collection of materials that could help future generations understand the impact of this global pandemic. The capsule will be sent to the moon by 2022.