Gina Hernandez Clarke is a Lecturer in Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity (by courtesy) and a Director of Community Engaged Learning at the Stanford Arts Institute. Hernandez received an M.F.A. in Theater, Film and Television from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is working on her masters in liberal arts at Stanford University A participant in the Smithsonian Latino Center Museum Studies Program in 2009 she teaches courses in Latino visual and performing arts and community-based and public art in CSRE.
CHILATST 21: Visual Storytelling in Community: The Casa Zapata Mural Archive & History Project (Autumn)
CSRE 201D: Public Art Interventions in Social & Cultural Spaces (Spring)