Bakersfield College

Sample of Quique Rivera's art with birds on a wire.

Guest Lecturer Quique Rivera Artist and Animator

October 14, 2020 6-7:00 p.m. PST

Quique Rivera

Quique Rivera is a Puerto Rican artist based in Los Angeles. He is an extensively awarded artist, animator, sculptor, and film maker. He has participated in international film festivals from Havana to Moscow over the past decade. Rivera won the Grand Jury Award at the 2012 New Orleans Film Festival for his film, El delirio del pez león. He was nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2015, had his films screened at over 70 international film festivals and currently has work on view at the Museum of Latin American Art.

For more information and samples of his work visit: Quique Rivera Rivera Artist/Animator.

This event is brought to you by the Inclusivity Lab, a Bakersfield College event platform that aims to provide lectures, actions, and instruction from a diverse group of artists, activists and authors. This event has been generously supported by the Finlinson Endowment Grant and the Bakersfield College Foundation.

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Samples of Quique's Work

Scorpion sculpture made from electrical plugs of different kinds.
Black and white photo of speakers and lamps arranged in a junkyard so that they look like a face.
An underwater shipwreck scene with submarines that have fins and look like fish.
Date & Time: 
Wed, 10/14/2020 - 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
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