Lecture with Sant Khalsa
2:30pm, October 19, 2019
Sant Khalsa has lived and worked in Southern California since 1975. Her artworks and projects develop from her inquiry into the nature of place and complex environmental and social issues, and reflect a concern for the natural environment and how humans interact with developed space. Sant is a member of the Water in the West project—a large-scale photographic collaboration addressing water issues in the western United States. The Project was founded in 1989 to create contemporary photographs and to collect historical images on a wide range of topics related to the use and abuse of water in the American West. Her work is represented in museum collections throughout the United States.
Influences and Practices
Sant’s lecture Influences and Practices is part of a full day of artist lectures on October 19, 2019. She will discuss his career spanning 30 years, marking a commitment to fine art that addresses social and environmental issues.
Sant Khalsa is a Professor of Art, Emerita at California State University, San Bernardino where she served on the art faculty from 1988 to 2018, and is one of the founding faculty of the Water Resources Institute (WRI) reseach center and archive. She is a recipient of fellowships, awards and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, California Arts Council, California Council for the Humanities, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and others. Sant resides in Joshua Tree, California.