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Event Details:

Help paint a giant jigsaw puzzle with a map of students’ favorite places on campus, designed by Neighborhood Visiting Artist Christine Wong Yap. The finished puzzle will be unveiled and assembled in community-building events around campus this Spring!

All students are welcome.

Drop-in painting sessions at:
Wednesday, April 17, 5 - 8pm @ Roble Arts Gym
Friday, April 19, 3 - 6pm @ Roble Arts Gym
Saturday, April 20, 2 - 5pm @ Wisteria’s Day N Mayfield, Kairos 

Snacks provided!

If you need a disability-related accommodation, please contact Ellen Oh at Requests should be made at least one week in advance of the event.

Christine Wong Yap is a visual artist and social practitioner specializing in hyperlocal participatory research projects that gather and amplify grassroots perspectives on belonging, resilience, and mental well-being.

The Neighborhood Visiting Artist Program hosted by Residential Education (ResEd) and the Office of the Vice President for the Arts (VPA) serves to create opportunities for building community and identity around the neighborhoods and a sense of connection and shared vision for residents. Embedded in residential life, the artist will inspire placemaking as they engage students through conversations, workshops and events, resulting in a collaborative artwork for each neighborhood reflecting the spirit of the community and space.