Election Meltdown 2020 AND Contact Tracing Behind the Orange Curtain

Returning to the show is UCI law professor and election law expert, Rick Hasen, with his most recent book, one written for these fraught times, Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy, published by Yale University Press.

In the second segment (minute 33:20) we hear from UCI public health professor Daniel Parker about the tools that the Orange County Health Care Agency and he will use to launch contact tracing for COVID-19.

Music credits: Greg Foat “Symphonie Pacifique;” Sean Jones, “Lift Every Voice;” and Nightnoise, “At The Races.”

http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/HasenParkerPod7-28-20.mp3

American MONUMENT AND Art in Nature

Today we dwell in two very different museum spaces. First, conceptual artist lauren woods and curator Kimberli Meyer talk about the immersive and transformative experience of their current installation “American MONUMENT,” at UCI’s Beall Center. This installation continues through February 8, 2020. Details about the installation; including the upcoming think tanks on 11/19th and 11/22 – as well as the unveiling forum on 2/8/20, are available at: https://beallcenter.uci.edu/exhibitions/american-monument.

In the second segment (minute 37:35 ), Malcolm Warner, executive director of the Laguna Art Museum, returns to speak about this year’s “Art in Nature” program commission by artist Yorgo Alexopoulos entitled – 360° Azimuth, commemorating the Museum’s 7th annual multidisciplinary exploration of art’s many engagements with the natural world. The opening includes the outdoor multi-media installation launch Thursday Nov. 7, followed by a roster of events over the weekend. Details for this and later events are available at: https://lagunaartmuseum.org/events/.