Clemson University

Guest Lecture with Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga

Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga approaches art as a social practice that seeks to establish dialogue in public spaces. Having been born of immigrant parents and grown up between Nicaragua and San Francisco, a strong awareness of inequality and discrimination was established at an early age. Themes such as immigration, discrimination, gentrification, and the effects of globalization extend from highly subjective experiences and observations into works that tactically engage others through populist metaphors while maintaining critical perspectives.

6 p.m.

1-100 Lee Hall

Monday, February 10, 2014 to 7:00pm

1-100 Lee Hall Lee Hall 1, 323 Fernow St Clemson, SC 29634

Event Type

Arts/Entertainment, Lectures / Seminars / Speakers, Seminars


Art, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, Lee Gallery, Centers and Institutes, Center for Visual Arts - CVA

Target Audience

General Public, Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Parents/Guests


Contact Name:

Denise Woodward-Detrich

Contact Phone:

(864) 656-3883

Contact Email:


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