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PUBLIC TALKS

Los Angeles Filmforum Screening of The Wyvernwood Chronicles - Part 1, June 11, 2023

In this second RAFFMA (Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art) Art Hour Podcast, Robles breaks down how art from the past is continuously preserved in today’s age and delves deep into the relationship between current artists and time constructs in relation to art processes and outcomes from such processes. Robles also discusses cultural appropriation and its impact on underserved and marginalized communities. He inquires into multiculturalism and his personal connection to it overall. This RAFFMA Art Hour Podcast was filmed during Spring of 2021.

Los Angeles Filmforum Screening of The Wyvernwood Chronicles - Part 2, August 19, 2023

Part 2 screenings of Wyvernwood Chronicles features documentaries made by Wyvernwood resident, Gumaro Oviendo Flores, alongside more documentaries and experimental films from Diego Robles. The program also screened videos made by Wyvernwood residents, as well as an experimental animation from Bertha Aguilar, and documentaries by Abraham Osuna and Manuel Huerta. Hosted again by Los Angeles Filmforum Programmer, Jorge Ravelo, this Q&A further discusses the built environment of the Wyvernwood neighborhood and community-cultural events its residents have long celebrated on a yearly basis. Diego’s main documentary in this screening sheds the spotlight on Gumaro Oviendo Flores – one of the residents of Wyvernwood that is also a videographer and an active member of resident groups hosting many cultural-religious events within the neighborhood, as well as organizing efforts to resist their community’s demolition. Throughout this Q&A, all speakers participate in a thoughtful conversation about humanizing people of all ages, creating images that go against media stereotypes and racial tropes,  and a wider discussion on more technical aspects about the making of these various works.

CSUSB RAFFMA Art Hour interview of Diego Robles, Winter 2020

Artist and Filmmaker, Diego Robles, joins CSU San Bernardino’s RAFFMA (Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art) Art Hour Podcast. In this podcast, Robles discusses varying topics in relation to art; such as the relationship between social media and artists, the general perceptions towards the future of art, the Renaissance, and inspirations that occur for Diego’s processes and more generalized art practices for the time. This RAFFMA Art Hour Podcast was filmed during Winter of 2020.

CSUSB RAFFMA Art Hour interview of Diego Robles, Spring 2021

In this second RAFFMA (Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art) Art Hour Podcast, Robles breaks down how art from the past is continuously preserved in today’s age and delves deep into the relationship between current artists and time constructs in relation to art processes and outcomes from such processes. Robles also discusses cultural appropriation and its impact on underserved and marginalized communities. He inquires into multiculturalism and his personal connection to it overall. This RAFFMA Art Hour Podcast was filmed during Spring of 2021.

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