Hispanic Heritage Month Program: Dr. Martin Calvino's -"31 South" an interdisciplinary data visualization and art project
Hispanic Heritage Month Program: Dr. Martin Calvino's -"31 South" an interdisciplinary data visualization and art project In-Person / Online
The Walsh Gallery, in collaboration with the University Libraries and The College of Arts and Sciences; Diversity,
Equity and Inclusion; Hispanic Heritage Month; and Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute present 31 South, a data science art project by Dr. Martin Calvino, an American - Uruguayan multimedia artist and scientist. His art installation and data visualization project investigate lending practices and rates of home ownership among Latino
communities in the United States and the role financial institutions play in this process. Calvino developed 31 South after he experienced challenges during his recent home purchase despite his high qualifications. Calvino’s project uses data visualization and art as tools to illuminate social justice and equity issues. He will be
discussing his personal experiences, as well as his approaches to creating data visualization projects, including how to harvest and compile data, and types of visualizations one can use.
Join us on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 5th in Space 154 on the 1st floor of the University Libraries from 1pm to 2pm. His art installation will be on view in the Walsh Gallery from Monday September 12th through Friday December 9th, 2022. Gallery hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Related LibGuide: Hispanic & Latino/a/x Resources by Lisa DeLuca
- Wednesday, October 5, 2022
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- TLTC Learning Studio
- South Orange Campus