Featured Student Projects

The creative work produced by students in the courses supported by the Creative Discovery Fellows program represent a wide range of disciplines, formats, skill levels, audiences, intentions, instructional goals, and life experiences. Not all work is intended for public dissemination, but all of it is meaningful in one way or another to the student designers and community members involved in the creation. Below is a selection of student projects that have been shared with us to showcase the work supported by the program. Some are individual projects, some are group based. These are used with permission. All rights are reserved by their creators.

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Reimagining the Founding of America
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Street Art of the Mission District: A Projection of Mestiza Consciousness
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Scenes of Subjugation
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Erasing California's Latinx Communities
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In Transition: A Conversation on Queerness in América
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Asian American
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Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA)
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Decolonizing Brujeria: The Gestures of Spiritual Indigenous Practices
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WhiteNESS: A Construct that Restricts Latinx Bodies and Minds in Dance
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Youth & the School-to-Prison Pipeline
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Gentrification: Urban Uplift or Modern Conquest?
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Unintended Grievances and Leftover Destinies

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Mothering in the United States from Mexico
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Homelessness Documentary

Multi Media Projects

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Radio Caracol de Berkeley Podcast
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"Bears in History" Website and Acrylic Images
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East Meets West Cookbook
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Environmental Justice for Treasure Island Map
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Records: Music Over Three Generations
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Mauna Kea Paintings
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Young Environmental Justice Activists Political Posters