UCR ARTS opened to the public in 2010, bringing together the California Museum of Photography (founded in 1973), the Jack and Marilyn Sweeney Art Gallery (1963), and the Barbara and Art Culver Center of the Arts (2010). Located three miles from UCR’s main campus, UCR ARTS is located on a single block in adjacent historical buildings downtown Riverside.
Call for audiovisual work
Audiovisual Frontiers intends to promote contemporary audiovisual creation.
UCR invites audiovisual works from a diversity of perspectives, aesthetics, affects, movements, and sensation that push the limits of the audiovisual. We are interested in engaging with current categories of audiovisual creation such as cinematic arts, music, gaming, and poetry, but especially in works exploring new paths of research and development.