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CLOSED: When We Paint Our Masterpiece: The Art of the Grateful Dead Community

McHenry Library, Brittingham Dead Central Gallery, Main Level

This newest exhibit featuring unique materials from the Grateful Dead Archive explores how the members of the band and the global Dead Head community took inspiration from one another in creating an image-rich, worldwide art practice that, like the band’s music, scrambled perceived standards and norms. The creative works presented in When We Paint Our Masterpiece reveal a world full of variety when it comes to design practices, international traditions, visual icons, and art forms. There has been space for all of these patterns and visions in the community of fans and fellow artists that blossomed around the band, and that community of creators continues to thrive today. This exhibit explores the mutual appreciation among fans as well as between fans and the band. On view through 2020. This free exhibit is open to the public during McHenry Library hours. (artwork by Miki Saito)

Virtual Senior Art Show: Jared Guzman

UC Santa Cruz art major, Jared Guzman, presents a virtual senior show of works in mixed media and digital collage. Link to virtual exhibition here

Virtual Senior Arts Show: Mallory Mahon

Senior Mallory Mahon has selected 12 images for Linear Layers, a photobook project that explores everyday spaces with a focus on formal properties such as light, line, and shape. The photographs were taken during in-between moments, documenting seemingly mundane locations and experiences on the road. Event website here

Eduardo Carrillo Scholars, Virtual Group Show 2020

Works by student recipients of the Eduardo Cariillo Scholarship on virtual display. The Eduardo Carrillo Scholarship, established in 1997 in memory of UC Santa Cruz art professor emeritus and famed Chicano muralist Eduardo Carrillo, is awarded to the most talented emerging student-artists in the UCSC Art Department. Since its inception, the scholarship has benefited over 300 students. Link to virtual exhibition here

Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge, A (Virtual) World Oceans Day Celebration

Created in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, World Oceans Day is the perfect time to learn how to protect the ocean and make a lasting difference for the future. Join the Seymour Marine Discovery Center for a virtual World Oceans Day celebration and take part in the Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge. Other at-home activities and crafts will be available for download beginning June 8. Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge The ocean needs you to help defend its natural and beautiful resources. Show or tell us how you protect the sea to be an ocean superhero! How do you reduce your energy use? Do you eat sustainable seafood? Do you tell your friends how to help animals in the ocean? Did you participate in beach cleanups last year? We want to know about your superpowers! Submit your original photograph or short story showing us how you help conserve the ocean for a chance to be featured on our website and social media during World Oceans Day. SUBMISSION FORM What We’re Looking ForPhotograph submissions must have a marine or coastal watershed theme and can be from any point in time. Acceptable submission file formats include .jpg or .png. Submissions may be watermarked if desired. Short story submissions must have a marine or coastal watershed theme and have a maximum word count of 350 words. Acceptable submission file formats include .doc, .docx, or .pdf and must be in Arial or Times New Roman, 12-point font. How to ParticipateThere are three categories for ... Read More

Virtual Senior Art Show: Dominic Ramirez

The UCSC Art Department is hosting virtual online senior shows for students that would have been exhibiting in the Eduardo Carrillo Gallery in the Elena Baskin Visual Arts studios. The studios are closed due to the pandemic. The first of these virtual senior shows is Beautiful Discomfort by Art senior Dominic Ramirez. Link to virtual exhibition here

Saul Villegas: The Norris Center Archives, a photography project

Art student Saul Villegas presents a photography project featuring curated specimens from the collection at UCSC's Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History artistically designed to merge art and science. Villegas has received a 2020 Dean's Undergraduate Research Award for his work. "My vision for the Norris Center Archives project is to introduce the audience to the specimen collection by using dynamic digital filters to edit the photographs. By doing so, I engage the viewer with a dialogue through a fictional context of capturing the specimens' physical objectivity in their environment and utilizing art methods to shift the viewer’s perception. Challenging the notion of how we see these specimens in alternative angles from that of scientific illustration creates an opportunity to view them as art instead of taxidermized objects. An important factor in this series was to photograph and design with different lighting situations to make the specimens appear as alive versus dead. I became interested in STEAM (Science,Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Mathematics) last quarter while working on a project that introduced science themes produced artistically to convey a scientific concept. U.S. National Library of Medicine explains, ‘Manipulative visual arts such as sketching, photography, and origami have been proposed as effective cross-training for spatial intelligence.’ By designing this project, the concept of continuing the tradition of taxonomy and the introduction of digitized art cataloging becomes a vital way to gain perspective on our understanding of natural history while remaining creative and innovative using digital editing software—leading to a variety of new ways to conduct analysis." –Saul ... Read More

Irwin 2020: Collective Solitude

The Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery presents IRWIN 2020: Collective Solitude, the 34th annual Irwin Scholarship Award exhibition showcasing the work of a select group of UC Santa Cruz’s most promising young artists. This year's exhibition will be presented virtually through a 3D model of the Sesnon Gallery. Launching on June 3, it will be accessible online 24/7. Viewers are invited to an online reception and award ceremony on June 3, from 6:00-7:00pm with remarks at 6:15pm. Register here for the Zoom link for reception. The 2020 Irwin Scholars are: Aaron Martinez, Anastasia Oleson, Angel Gonzales, Chloe Murr, Dominic Ramirez, Edgar Cruz, Emma McWaid, Jocelyn Lee, Joshua Zupan, Morgan Tomfohr, Natalie Del Castillo, Rodrigo Ramos, and Veriche Blackwell. About the Irwin Scholarship and the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery As a way of ensuring that others would have the kind of art education that allowed her to flourish in the art community, the late Sue Irwin established the William Hyde And Susan Benteen Irwin Scholarship Fund in 1986 in honor of her husband. The Irwin Scholarship and group show is granted annually to undergraduate UCSC students for proven excellence in the arts.

Virtual Senior Arts Show: Mallory Mahon

Senior Mallory Mahon has selected 12 images for Linear Layers, a photobook project that explores everyday spaces with a focus on formal properties such as light, line, and shape. The photographs were taken during in-between moments, documenting seemingly mundane locations and experiences on the road. Event website here

Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge, A (Virtual) World Oceans Day Celebration

Created in 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, World Oceans Day is the perfect time to learn how to protect the ocean and make a lasting difference for the future. Join the Seymour Marine Discovery Center for a virtual World Oceans Day celebration and take part in the Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge. Other at-home activities and crafts will be available for download beginning June 8. Seymour Center Online Ocean Superhero Challenge The ocean needs you to help defend its natural and beautiful resources. Show or tell us how you protect the sea to be an ocean superhero! How do you reduce your energy use? Do you eat sustainable seafood? Do you tell your friends how to help animals in the ocean? Did you participate in beach cleanups last year? We want to know about your superpowers! Submit your original photograph or short story showing us how you help conserve the ocean for a chance to be featured on our website and social media during World Oceans Day. SUBMISSION FORM What We’re Looking ForPhotograph submissions must have a marine or coastal watershed theme and can be from any point in time. Acceptable submission file formats include .jpg or .png. Submissions may be watermarked if desired. Short story submissions must have a marine or coastal watershed theme and have a maximum word count of 350 words. Acceptable submission file formats include .doc, .docx, or .pdf and must be in Arial or Times New Roman, 12-point font. How to ParticipateThere are three categories for ... Read More

CLOSED: When We Paint Our Masterpiece: The Art of the Grateful Dead Community

McHenry Library, Brittingham Dead Central Gallery, Main Level

This newest exhibit featuring unique materials from the Grateful Dead Archive explores how the members of the band and the global Dead Head community took inspiration from one another in creating an image-rich, worldwide art practice that, like the band’s music, scrambled perceived standards and norms. The creative works presented in When We Paint Our Masterpiece reveal a world full of variety when it comes to design practices, international traditions, visual icons, and art forms. There has been space for all of these patterns and visions in the community of fans and fellow artists that blossomed around the band, and that community of creators continues to thrive today. This exhibit explores the mutual appreciation among fans as well as between fans and the band. On view through 2020. This free exhibit is open to the public during McHenry Library hours. (artwork by Miki Saito)

Irwin 2020: Collective Solitude

The Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery presents IRWIN 2020: Collective Solitude, the 34th annual Irwin Scholarship Award exhibition showcasing the work of a select group of UC Santa Cruz’s most promising young artists. This year's exhibition will be presented virtually through a 3D model of the Sesnon Gallery. Launching on June 3, it will be accessible online 24/7. Viewers are invited to an online reception and award ceremony on June 3, from 6:00-7:00pm with remarks at 6:15pm. Register here for the Zoom link for reception. The 2020 Irwin Scholars are: Aaron Martinez, Anastasia Oleson, Angel Gonzales, Chloe Murr, Dominic Ramirez, Edgar Cruz, Emma McWaid, Jocelyn Lee, Joshua Zupan, Morgan Tomfohr, Natalie Del Castillo, Rodrigo Ramos, and Veriche Blackwell. About the Irwin Scholarship and the Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery As a way of ensuring that others would have the kind of art education that allowed her to flourish in the art community, the late Sue Irwin established the William Hyde And Susan Benteen Irwin Scholarship Fund in 1986 in honor of her husband. The Irwin Scholarship and group show is granted annually to undergraduate UCSC students for proven excellence in the arts.

Virtual Senior Art Show: Jared Guzman

UC Santa Cruz art major, Jared Guzman, presents a virtual senior show of works in mixed media and digital collage. Link to virtual exhibition here

Saul Villegas: The Norris Center Archives, a photography project

Art student Saul Villegas presents a photography project featuring curated specimens from the collection at UCSC's Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History artistically designed to merge art and science. Villegas has received a 2020 Dean's Undergraduate Research Award for his work. "My vision for the Norris Center Archives project is to introduce the audience to the specimen collection by using dynamic digital filters to edit the photographs. By doing so, I engage the viewer with a dialogue through a fictional context of capturing the specimens' physical objectivity in their environment and utilizing art methods to shift the viewer’s perception. Challenging the notion of how we see these specimens in alternative angles from that of scientific illustration creates an opportunity to view them as art instead of taxidermized objects. An important factor in this series was to photograph and design with different lighting situations to make the specimens appear as alive versus dead. I became interested in STEAM (Science,Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Mathematics) last quarter while working on a project that introduced science themes produced artistically to convey a scientific concept. U.S. National Library of Medicine explains, ‘Manipulative visual arts such as sketching, photography, and origami have been proposed as effective cross-training for spatial intelligence.’ By designing this project, the concept of continuing the tradition of taxonomy and the introduction of digitized art cataloging becomes a vital way to gain perspective on our understanding of natural history while remaining creative and innovative using digital editing software—leading to a variety of new ways to conduct analysis." –Saul ... Read More

Virtual Senior Art Show: Dominic Ramirez

The UCSC Art Department is hosting virtual online senior shows for students that would have been exhibiting in the Eduardo Carrillo Gallery in the Elena Baskin Visual Arts studios. The studios are closed due to the pandemic. The first of these virtual senior shows is Beautiful Discomfort by Art senior Dominic Ramirez. Link to virtual exhibition here

Eduardo Carrillo Scholars, Virtual Group Show 2020

Works by student recipients of the Eduardo Cariillo Scholarship on virtual display. The Eduardo Carrillo Scholarship, established in 1997 in memory of UC Santa Cruz art professor emeritus and famed Chicano muralist Eduardo Carrillo, is awarded to the most talented emerging student-artists in the UCSC Art Department. Since its inception, the scholarship has benefited over 300 students. Link to virtual exhibition here

Ongoing

“Keep Calm and Laugh On” Fundraising Campaign for DNA’s Comedy Lab

To continue building community through laughter, we invite contributions that will enable creative programming in the face of COVID-19. How do we come together as a community when we’re being told to avoid public gatherings? Is it possible to stay connected even while practicing social distancing? Are laughter and entertainment even important right now? (Cue DNA’s bubbie and zadie in the Catskills in the 1950s: “If we didn’t laugh, we’d cry!”)At DNA’s Comedy Lab, we are re-evaluating our mission, “Building community through laughter,” and we invite you to explore with us. The elements of our mission, when held under a microscope, might appear as follows:“BUILDING” After building the local scene for over a decade, bringing stand-up comedy to Santa Cruz County bars, restaurants, coffee shops—even a barber shop on one occasion—plus outdoor stages, festivals, and numerous private parties, DNA and partners found a home in downtown Santa Cruz in the former Riverfront Twin Cinema in March of 2019. With three stages, including the lobby, DNA’s Comedy Lab produced 288 shows in the first year, before closing our doors to prevent the spread of COVID-19, just one week before our first anniversary. Eddie Pepitone loved his audiences at the Lab. He promised, “I’ll come back any time,” and we intend for him to keep that promise. From the sold-out Rob Schneider show, to up-and-comer Emily Catalano (nurtured by DNA over the past decade and recently “killed it” on Conan), DNA’s Comedy Lab has become a hub of activity with a range of comedic presentations. In addition, the ... Read More

Solitary Garden Virtual Tour

Baskin Art Studios

Solitary Garden is the participatory public sculpture and garden project by award-winning artist jackie sumell. Solitary Garden creatively advocates for the end of solitary confinement and mass incarceration in the United States and asks viewers and participants "to imagine a landscape without prisons." Solitary Garden features a sculpture made following the blueprint of a standard U.S. solitary confinement cell. Around the 6’ x 9’ cell grows a garden of flowers and vegetables, designed by Tim Young, currently incarcerated in San Quentin, and communicated via letters and drawings to the students and volunteers who are planting and tending the garden as his proxies. The intent of the project, as the artist and Tim Young explain, is to "imagine a landscape without prisons." The garden continues to grow at UC Santa Cruz, despite current shelter-in-place requirements. Please use the resources below to experience the project and to learn more about the issues it engages. And write Tim: Timothy Young, #F23374, San Quentin State Prison, San Quentin, CA 94974. Experience Solitary Garden online through a short video created by IAS undergraduate interns. (An extended version is HERE.) FURTHER RESOURCES Tim has written letters to the Solitary Garden team at UC Santa Cruz since August 2019. From his first thoughts on undertaking a garden and his ideas on the significance of the plants he's chosen, to recent writings on how COVID-19 has changed the project for him, the powerful letters are online: Tim Young's letters and other writings Solitary Garden is in UC Santa Cruz Magazine: "A Growing Movement" by ... Read More

Finding the Right Co-Founders, Advisers & Building an All-Star Team

Finding the Right Co-Founders, Advisers & Building an All-Star Team: Workshop Webinar with Chris Yeh Picking the right Cofounder is one of the most important decisions a founder has to make. Picking the wrong cofounder brings a lot of wasted time and energy – or worse, prevent the company from even getting off the ground. Great startups have great teams, but in a highly competitive market, talent can be in short supply. A great company culture and shared values is something ever leader should be thinking about. But once the recruitment process is over, how do you retain the talent and build an All-Star team to help you realize your vision? Starting a company takes a lot of hard work and grit, and come with a myriad of tough decisions to make. The great news is – you don’t have to do it alone! Advisors are a valuable resource to help support you in navigating the ins and outs of running a successful startup. How do you find them – and know that they are the right match for your company? Join us on June 4th for “Finding the Right Co-Founders, Advisors, and Building an All-Star team” lead by Chris Yeh – author, entrepreneur, investor, and longtime startup advisor and mentor. Sign up now! ATTENTION – TIME CHANGE!  As of June 1st this event has been moved to 9:00 AM PST, instead of 10:00 AM PST. We hope you can still join us!   Picking the right Cofounder is one of the most important decisions a ... Read More

CLOSED: Future Garden Art & Science Exhibition

Arboretum

A major art and science project by Newton Harrison and his late wife and lifelong collaborator Helen Mayer Harrison, Future Garden, is now on view at the UC Santa Cruz Arboretum and Botanic Garden. Internationally renowned eco-artists and UC Santa Cruz emeritus faculty, the Harrisons created a site-specific environmental art installation in the three geodesic domes and the surrounding garden at the Arboretum. Called Future Garden for the Central Coast of California, the installation, which Newton Harrison continues to evolve, transforms the newly refurbished domes at the Arboretum from relics of the past, steeped in 1970s era charm, into carriers of the future in response to the crisis of climate change. The Harrisons worked with scientists at UC Santa Cruz and botanists at the Arboretum, along with other artists, scientists, and visionaries, to create trial gardens within the domes in which native plant species are subjected to the temperatures and water conditions that scientists see for the region in the near future. The aim is to determine which plants are best able to thrive as the region warms and to propagate these species to create the scaffolding for more rapid regeneration of the local ecosystem as climates shift. As the Harrisons explained, the future for the rapidly warming planet lies in finding durable plant species that together create ecosystems that can continue to live and flourish as temperature increases. The geodesic domes of the Arboretum provide the perfect setting for imagining a future in the face of climate change. With their new gleaming white coverings, the ... Read More

Canceled: Younger Lagoon Reserve Tours

Seymour Marine Discovery Center

Younger Lagoon Reserve Tours are currently canceled due to COVID-19. We will update this listing once they are able to safely resume. This 90-minute, behind-the-scenes hiking tour takes visitors into Younger Lagoon Reserve adjacent to the Seymour Marine Discovery Center. Part of the University of California Natural Reserve System, Younger Lagoon Reserve contains diverse coastal habitat and is home to birds of prey, migrating sea birds, bobcats, and other wildlife. Come and see what scientists are doing to track local mammals, restore native habitat, and learn about the workings of one of California’s rare coastal lagoons. A tour is offered on selected Thursdays and Sundays of each month beginning at 10:30 AM. Younger Lagoon Reserve tours are free and open to the public. Space is limited to 14 participants. Advance reservations highly recommended; call 831-459-3800. Tours are best suited for children 10 years of age and older. Participants must be physically able to walk up and down steep inclines. Water and weather protection is strongly suggested.

Castle Rock Virtual Field Trip (Virtual)

15000 Skyline Blvd. Los Gatos

Join our weekly Facebook Premiere live and learn about the ever-changing landscape of Castle Rock in the Santa Cruz Mountains, highlighting the many natural and cultural features of the park. This program is aimed at 5th-8th graders and their families, but everyone can enjoy. Like our Facebook page to receive a notification when we go live!:www.facebook.com/CastleRockStatePark. If you are unable to join us live, all programs are recorded for later viewing. Heavy rain cancels. Free event.

Read-A-Loud at the Beach: The Kelp Condo Crisis (Virtual)

2531 West Cliff Drive Santa Cruz

Join Interpreter Martha as she reads The Kelp Condo Crisis by Evelyn Dabritz to learn how the many animals in a kelp forest solve a big problem! This program is aimed at 1st-3rd graders and their families, but everyone can enjoy. Like our Facebook page to receive a notification when we go live!: www.facebook.com/NaturalBridgesStateBeach. If you are unable to join us live, all programs are recorded for later viewing. Free event. 

Castle Rock TV

15000 Skyline Blvd. Los Gatos

Jonesing for some natural beauty? Hit us up on Instagram or IG TV as we stream the wonders of Castle Rock right to your screen! This program is for an all-ages audience. Follow our Instagram profile to receive a notification when we go live!: www.instagram.com/castlerock_sp. If you are unable to join us live, all programs are recorded for later viewing. Heavy rain cancels. Free event. 

CLOSED: Solitary Garden Public Sculpture and Garden Project

Baskin Art Studios

The Institute of the Arts is Sciences is proud to present the participatory public sculpture and garden project Solitary Garden, by jackie sumell, November 5, 2019- December 6, 2020, located at the Baskin Art Studios. Solitary Garden features a sculpture made following the blueprint of a standard U.S. solitary confinement cell. Around the 6’ x 9’ cell grows a garden of flowers and vegetables, designed by Tim Young, currently incarcerated in San Quentin, and communicated via letters and drawings to the students and volunteers who are planting and tending the garden as his proxies. The intent of the project, as the artist and Tim Young explain, is to "imagine a landscape without prisons." Solitary Garden is part of Barring Freedom, a multi-faceted, 18-month project which includes exhibitions of art, events and workshops, and a multi-day symposium at UC Santa Cruz, “Visualizing Prison Abolition,” October 15-17, 2020. Barring Freedom brings together artists, activists, and scholars to imagine alternatives to our fundamentally flawed criminal justice system and to galvanize a broader public to address the broken promise of freedom and justice for all in the United States.

STAY HOME WITH RADIOHEAD

STAY HOME WITH RADIOHEAD the band shares their Radiohead Public Library via their YouTube channel, every Thursday at 2pm PT.

Ridge: Virtual Winemaker Roundtables

Join our winemaking team live, online each Thursday at 4pm PT, 7pm ET as we taste and talk about a different selection of wines and field your questions. Purchase the wines in advance to taste along, or simply open one from your cellar and join in the conversation.   Thursday, June 4th: Chardonnay 2018 Estate Chardonnay 2017 Monte Bello Chardonnay (New Release) 2010 Monte Bello Chardonnay (Library Re-release) Purchase link for these wines forthcoming Register here for this live event

Strawberry & Justice Festival

UCSC's Food Systems Working Group hosts this lively spring festival every year and this year they are excited to be able to host students and community members virtually on June 4th from 4-7pm! Register HERE: https://forms.gle/X8S93TRTYr1uGKtg6. Zoom link will be sent out day-of to all registrants! This 3-hour, completely free event will be held over Zoom and feature a panel of speakers on the topic of justice in agriculture, plus four amazing musical performances! Panelists: Dr. Ann Lopez, the director of Center for Farmworker Families, Hektor Calderon, the Santa Cruz/Monterey organizer for Safe Ag Safe Schools & Californians for Pesticide Reform, and James Nakahara, who sits on the Board of Directors for EcoFarm, to discuss the history of Japanese Americans in California agriculture. Musicians: Spoken word & hip-hop artist Joseph Jason Santiago LaCour, singer-songwriter Diana Gameros, MockingbirdBeatBox and singer-songwriter Gina Rene!

On Common Ground: Voices Without Votes

Youth under 18 may not have a vote, but they're making their voices heard. ** Postponed - new date to be announced **Participating in a democracy is about much more than standing alone in a booth or mailing in a piece of paper. Whether it’s trying to solve problems created by previous generations, tackling issues unique to the future, or fighting to lower the voting age, Americans under 18 are fueling discourse, and making real change across the republic. The Bay Area’s tradition of activism is alive and well in the hearts and minds of youth leaders whose voices speak for a generation wrought with crises from climate change to gun violence to economic inequality. Listening to the voices at the intersection of these emergencies, you’ll find a common theme: The time to act is now! Three bay area youth activists will join Mindshift host Katrina Schwartz and education reporter Vanessa Rancaño for a discussion of their generation’s concerns and the responsibilities of older Americans for shaping the future they’ll leave behind.Co-presented with SPUR, this event is part of KQED On Common Ground, an initiative bringing people together for civil discourse, featuring KQED journalists hosting provocative conversations about politics and policy, art and culture, and science and technology. Reckoning with the force of disagreement among us about how to face a future of economic, cultural, and environmental uncertainty, this series asks what are our shared responsibilities to the common good.Original image by Fibonacci Blue

Virtual Sloth Storytelling Show (Free on Facebook)

Storytelling for adults featuring a weekly theme and rotating cast of storytellers and special guests. Follow DNA's Comedy Lab and Sloth Storytelling on Facebook and attend this event on the weekly Facebook event page.**We upload a live video-stream in the Discussions section of the event page. Click on Discussions, then click on the video to add volume.** EVENT DESCRIPTIONEvery Thursday (now online!), VIRTUAL Sloth Storytelling brings storytellers from all walks of life, sharing their stories. Each week there is a weekly theme and a rotating cast of storytellers. Some stories are heartbreaking, some are raw, some are funny. Watch live videos or tune in later at your leisure.Hosted by DNA. DNA has been on NPR's Snap Judgement and is the Artistic Director of DNA's Comedy Lab.ATTEND ON FACEBOOKAll the action takes place on your own screen, wherever you are in your shelter-in-place with BYO snacks and libations. Stock your shelves with Santa Cruz Cider, Santa Cruz Mountain Brewing's IPA, Amber Ale, or non-alcoholic Root Beer and whip up a batch of organic popcorn to roll like we usually do at the Lab!Attend by navigating to the event page on Facebook. Scroll to Discussions to click in and watch the videoFacebook Event starts at 8:00PMAppropriate for ages 16+FREE$TIPS Gratefully accepted through our "Keep Calm and Laugh On" campaign here: https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/dna-s-comedy-lab/campaigns/3505#KeepCalmandLaughOn