Edgar Arceneaux

artist, USC

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Edgar Arceneaux is from South LA, went to art school in LA, and grad school at CalArts. He teaches at USC, and runs a nonprofit in Watts.

Edgar Arceneaux on history, race and identity

Edgar Arceneaux is from South LA, went to art school in LA, and grad school at CalArts. He teaches at USC, and runs a nonprofit in Watts.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Edgar Arceneaux is from South LA, went to art school in LA, and grad school at CalArts. He teaches at USC, and runs a nonprofit in Watts.

Edgar Arceneaux's latest artwork deals with a black actor performing in blackface

Edgar Arceneaux is from South LA, went to art school in LA, and grad school at CalArts. He teaches at USC, and runs a nonprofit in Watts.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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