What is the Gluck Program?
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Gluck Fellows Program of the Arts at the University of California, Riverside is to create the opportunity for the broader community to benefit from the creative, performative, and expository talents of the graduate and undergraduate students of the Departments of Art, Creative Writing, Dance, History of Art, Music, Theatre, the Sweeney Art Gallery, and UCR/California Museum of Photography. We believe open access to creative pursuits is one of the fundamental components of healthy communities and endeavor to provide this access to the underserved in the Inland Empire.
- To integrate the arts and culture within the web of the social life of selected constituents of the program.
- To utilize the talents and creative ability of Gluck Fellows to perform, exhibit, teach and illustrate latest creative, technical, and expository artistic expression to these constituents.
- To create opportunities for these constituents to become engaged in a dynamic process of learning, exposition, health, culture and creativity with Gluck Fellows.
- To provide opportunities for original artistic composition for Gluck Fellows and their community constituents.
- Elementary, Middle, and High School students.
- Selected target populations such as the elderly, infirm, and long-term-care persons in nursing homes, hospitals, and hospices.
- Special underserved populations such as Native Americans, hearing-impaired students, neighborhood ethnic groups, and youth groups, with particular consideration for disadvantaged minorities and women.
Current Fellows and Sites
Are you a current Gluck Fellow?
- Current Gluck Fellows looking for instructions, handbooks, links, or forms - visit the Fellow Resources page.
- OPA! Fellows, click here for the OPA! information page.