Olympia Philharmonic Society presents the Olympia Youth Orchestra performing with the Cal State LA Symphony Orchestra
works by Beethoven, Bruch, Chopin, and Handel.
Free and open to the public.
This concert is made possible by a grant from the Hennings-Fischer Foundation.
Call For Papers:
Presenting research at Significations allows current Graduate Students the opportunity to share their research, engage in academic discussion of their work, and participate in the unique realm of academic conferences.
Submission Deadline: January 22, 2019
Conference Date: March 22, 2018
Significations Graduate Student Conference theme for 2019 is “Alternative Narratives: Realism, Mysticism, and Divergence”. This conference invites submissions engaged in illuminating silenced, obscured, and overlooked voices. We welcome projects that question the nature of these narratives: What defines them as “alternative”? Have these voices always been obscured? How do these voices talk from margins of obscurity? We also accept submissions that go beyond the conference theme. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the conference, we welcome all fields of study. Some fields of interest include: Creative Writing, Critical Theory, Philosophy, History, Linguistics, Cultural Studies, Pan-African Studies, Native American Studies, Sociology, Psychology, Natural and Social Sciences, etc.
Keynote Speaker: TBA
Papers must be between 8 and 10 pages in length, excluding Works Cited and endnotes. All papers must be in strict accordance with MLA 8 guidelines. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. All submissions must be in .docx Microsoft Word. All submissions must include a cover sheet and a 250-word maximum abstract with a bolded one-sentence thesis statement (in a separate attachment). Cover sheets must state the following information: name, paper title, street address, email address, phone number, and institutional affiliation. All personal identifying information must be removed from the header and bodies of the paper for the submission process. One submission per student.
Please submit your papers to https://goo.gl/forms/GpWFb8Pp9W2QvXcn2 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions will receive feedback from the reviewers.
All accepted work will be collected in a Conference Proceedings book, sponsored by Cal State LA Department of English.
The School for Endurance Work attempts to re-tool the institution as a place of interdisciplinary public engagement through animation, fashion, music, painting, performance, photography, writing, and sculpture. This exhibition intends to educate the audience that we do not exist in isolation and artists are often times influenced by and critical of the world around them. The School for Endurance Work features LA-based artists whose work is at the intersection of critical history, community engagement, feminism, revolution, sustainability, and visual resistance.
Curated by Carole Frances Lung, artist, activist, and Cal State LA Professor of Fashion, Fiber, and Materials.
- The School for Endurance Work Term Schedule -
- Back to School -
Thursday, January 22, 12 pm - 5 pm
3 pm - 4 pm Artemisa Clark Performance
2 pm - 5 pm Mooniform production
- Graduation Party -
Thursday, February 21, 6 pm -10 pm
6 pm Keynote Speaker: Shannon R. Stratton, Curator of the Museum of Art & Design
7 pm -10 pm Reception
Reading space, with books suggested by artist, faculty, and students who are participating in the School for Endurance work.
\\In the Hall//
Features an exhibition of objects, archives, and video of works by Kim Abeles, Artemisa Clark, Zackary Drucker, Elana Mann, Jennifer Moon, and Jemima Wyman.
Features participatory question and response chalkboard and a lectures and workshops schedule:
Photography: Jemima Wyman lecture and workshop with ART - Friday, Feb. 1, 1-3 pm
Writing: Elisabeth Houston - Karin Lanzoni written expressions
Activism Art and Feminism: Wiki Edit A Thon with Sara Cluggage (ART 3110) - Monday, Feb. 18, 9 am - 1:40 pm
Provides a space for performance, production and creative play.
Fashion, Fiber, and Materials: 4SWATCHÉ’s (Briana Alvarez, Xiomara Fonseca, Gregory Lewis), MOONIFORM design and production station - Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2 pm - 5 pm
Drawing and Animation: Sonja Gerdes performance - Wednesday, Feb. 6, 12:30 pm -1:30 pm
Music: Elana Mann music class with Susan Kane - Thursday, Feb. 14, 3:05 pm - 4:20 pm