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Kathya Maria Landeros, Juan's family, Eastern Washington, 2012. Courtesy of the artist. From the USFCAM exhibtion, The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America.

Kathya Maria Landeros, Juan's family, Eastern Washington, 2012. Courtesy of the artist. From the USFCAM exhibtion, The Neighbors: Slide Shows for America.

CAM Antiracist Resources

The USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) has produced this guide to antiracist resources available through the museum. We have compiled CAM exhibitions and objects from the USF Collection which may be useful to support discussions and activities around antiracism, diversity, equity and inclusivity. Museum faculty and staff are available for virtual and in-person discussions with university faculty, staff and students with regard to any of these resources.

CAM Exhibitions that can support discussions and activities for antiracist work.

CAM Collection resources that can support discussions and activities for antiracist work.

We invite interested faculty, staff and students to add their voice to this ongoing project. We hope to make it a place where educators and scholars can contribute research, conduct discussions, access materials for curriculum development, and post other relevant materials and resources.

In addition, CAM has announced its new initiative, Research Cohort: Art and Antiracism. The USF Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) invites interdisciplinary faculty to participate in a faculty research cohort which will use one or both exhibitions at CAM in the spring 2021 semester as part of their antiracist initiatives. Please see the following link for more information and to join. https://usf.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bHrmzo4RTB0TNu5

For more information about CAMís antiracist work, please contact Noel Smith, Deputy Director, at nsmith@usf.edu or 813-974-5866


William Villalongo, Palimpsest, 2017. seven-run screenprint with laser cut areas and intaglio collage elements. 52 x 37 ½ in. Published by Graphicstudio, University of South Florida Collection.

William Villalongo, Palimpsest, 2017. seven-run screenprint with laser cut areas and intaglio collage elements. 52 x 37 Ĺ in. Published by Graphicstudio, University of South Florida Collection.