Event Title

Multi-lingual Artistic Expression through Multifarious Prose Performance

Presenter Information

Alex Avila

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

College

College of Art & Letters

Major

Theatre Arts

Session Number

2

Location

RM 210

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Kathryn Ervin

Juror Names

Moderator: Dr. Alenadru Roman

Start Date

5-19-2016 3:20 PM

End Date

5-19-2016 3:40 PM

Abstract

As a Black Latino attending a recognized Hispanic Serving Institute, it is an honor to be attending a nationally recognized Master of Fine Arts program at CSUSB. Growing up in a multi – lingual – cultural – ethnic community has only help to diversify my educational experience at Cal State University, San Bernardino. This experience has manifested itself through my community and literary work. Joshua Adamson Faculty Mentor: Dr. Mihaela Adamson Department: Communication Studies Title: Twitter Privacy: Determinants of Sharing Behavior on Twitter Abstract: This study aims to explain people’s personal informatio disclosure behaviors on Twitter by testing several predictions of the Communication Privacy Management (CPM) theory. Using a survey on a random sample of 208 California residents, the study tests the relationship between gender, education, length and breadth of experience on Twitter and personal self-efficacy on the amount of personal information disclosure. Although no significant relationship emerges between gender, education, self-efficacy, and the amount of personal information disclosure on Twitter, the results do confirm the role of experience in predicting amount of disclosure: Under the assumption that the more users experiment with Twitter affordances, the less vulnerable they feel, the results indicate that people with more variety of experiences on Twitter will tend to share more. Jessica Agustin, Ca rlos Garcia, Christina Quevedo, and April Baca Faculty Mentor: Dr. Annie Buckley Department: Art Title: Community-based Art 14 Abstract: This poster and presentation will highlight the research that was conducted during summer 2015 and how that research built upon the ongoing work of the CSUSB Community-based Art (CBA) initiative. By using principles of collaboration, mutuality, and non-hierarchical approaches to art and education, CBA is dedicated to making, teaching, and learning art within the local community at sites that have little to no access to art. The basis of the research conducted was to support CBA through expanded programming, evaluative surveys, structural organization, documentation, and the development of scholarly archives. The research conducted supported our art programs with community partners, including three state prisons and three local youth organizations, and allowed for qualitative research on CBA programs. Presently, the research has resulted in the formation of a Student Leadership Team that meets weekly with professor Annie Buckley to support ongoing program development, including planning an upcoming donation art exhibition and supporting ongoing programs in local community sites. These achievements continue to support this project’s goals, including supporting students, communities, and participants through positive learning opportunities that provide opportunities for self-expression, communication, growth, and expanded awareness of self and others. This multifarious prose performance highlights characters through various artistic expressions like video, sound, picture, poster, storytelling, acting, and spoken word (one man show) to demonstrate the linguistic cultural struggles of people learning English as a second language. This presentation highlights how multi-language users’ struggle and find innovative ways to express themselves. This multifarious prose performance is filled with humor, irony, and tragedy. Thanks to programs and events like S.C.I.P.P • MFA • PAC Review • Ghost Town • Native Voices Annual Festival • HOWL Radio • San Bernardino County Museum • Poetry • James Irvine Foundation funded “Be Part of the Art” • Film Festival – Latino Film Festival • AAHHE • and PAMLA I have been able to develop and sharpen my craft.

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May 19th, 3:20 PM May 19th, 3:40 PM

Multi-lingual Artistic Expression through Multifarious Prose Performance

RM 210

As a Black Latino attending a recognized Hispanic Serving Institute, it is an honor to be attending a nationally recognized Master of Fine Arts program at CSUSB. Growing up in a multi – lingual – cultural – ethnic community has only help to diversify my educational experience at Cal State University, San Bernardino. This experience has manifested itself through my community and literary work. Joshua Adamson Faculty Mentor: Dr. Mihaela Adamson Department: Communication Studies Title: Twitter Privacy: Determinants of Sharing Behavior on Twitter Abstract: This study aims to explain people’s personal informatio disclosure behaviors on Twitter by testing several predictions of the Communication Privacy Management (CPM) theory. Using a survey on a random sample of 208 California residents, the study tests the relationship between gender, education, length and breadth of experience on Twitter and personal self-efficacy on the amount of personal information disclosure. Although no significant relationship emerges between gender, education, self-efficacy, and the amount of personal information disclosure on Twitter, the results do confirm the role of experience in predicting amount of disclosure: Under the assumption that the more users experiment with Twitter affordances, the less vulnerable they feel, the results indicate that people with more variety of experiences on Twitter will tend to share more. Jessica Agustin, Ca rlos Garcia, Christina Quevedo, and April Baca Faculty Mentor: Dr. Annie Buckley Department: Art Title: Community-based Art 14 Abstract: This poster and presentation will highlight the research that was conducted during summer 2015 and how that research built upon the ongoing work of the CSUSB Community-based Art (CBA) initiative. By using principles of collaboration, mutuality, and non-hierarchical approaches to art and education, CBA is dedicated to making, teaching, and learning art within the local community at sites that have little to no access to art. The basis of the research conducted was to support CBA through expanded programming, evaluative surveys, structural organization, documentation, and the development of scholarly archives. The research conducted supported our art programs with community partners, including three state prisons and three local youth organizations, and allowed for qualitative research on CBA programs. Presently, the research has resulted in the formation of a Student Leadership Team that meets weekly with professor Annie Buckley to support ongoing program development, including planning an upcoming donation art exhibition and supporting ongoing programs in local community sites. These achievements continue to support this project’s goals, including supporting students, communities, and participants through positive learning opportunities that provide opportunities for self-expression, communication, growth, and expanded awareness of self and others. This multifarious prose performance highlights characters through various artistic expressions like video, sound, picture, poster, storytelling, acting, and spoken word (one man show) to demonstrate the linguistic cultural struggles of people learning English as a second language. This presentation highlights how multi-language users’ struggle and find innovative ways to express themselves. This multifarious prose performance is filled with humor, irony, and tragedy. Thanks to programs and events like S.C.I.P.P • MFA • PAC Review • Ghost Town • Native Voices Annual Festival • HOWL Radio • San Bernardino County Museum • Poetry • James Irvine Foundation funded “Be Part of the Art” • Film Festival – Latino Film Festival • AAHHE • and PAMLA I have been able to develop and sharpen my craft.