SOCIAL JUSTICE THRU THE ARTS (SJTA) was part of the 2019 summer institutes hosted by the CSU Alliance Partnership. Funding was provided by the CSU College of Liberal Arts and the CSU Alliance Partnership.
Additional support and space use was provided by CSU Women’s Studies and Gender Research, the University Center for the Arts, the School of Music Theatre and Dance, and the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art.
Dr. Caridad Souza, Director of Women’s Studies and Gender Research
Lisa Morgan, CSU Dance Faculty, School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Silvia Minguzzi, Feature artist Designer and Communications Manager, Gregory Allicar Museum of Art
Dr. Patricia Vigil, Director of University Partnerships and Student Success & Director of the Alliance andUniversity Partnership Relations.
CSU STUDENT MENTORS/ARTISTS:
Maxtalen Villalobos, Eisen Tamkum, and Dani Diaz
Student participants were from four different Alliance schools:
Adams City High School, Commerce City, CO
Fort Lupton High School, Fort Lupton, CO
Hinkley High School, Aurora, CO
Pueblo Central High School, Pueblo, CO
35 students applied and 10 were selected to participate in the SJTA Summer Institute:
Sierra Gordy, Blodsoe Kalynn, Keiran Cardenas, Maria Cisneros Herrera, Demaris Mota, Angie Dominguez, Jacqueline Garcia, Viviana Retana, Sergio Sinaloa.