Traveling Canvas Exhibition curated by jill moniz and Cynthia Penna
Exhibition Dates: August 19th – September 25th 2019
Reception: August 31st 2019 @ 5 PM - 8 PM
Mon-Fri 12 PM - 5PM
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The Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery was recently renamed as the Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery. Professor Ron Silverman was a Cal State LA alumnus; upon graduation in 1955, he began teaching at Cal State LA and, after also serving as department chair, retired as Professor Emeritus of Art in 1988. Professor Silverman was an internationally respected teacher of art education and was among the earliest academicians in the U.S. to develop an official art education curriculum. The Department of Art also offers a scholarship named after Professor Silverman.
American Communities Program: Fellows Symposium
Please join us as the 2019-20 ACP fellows discuss humanities-based modes of inquiry and ways of theorizing our theme, in/visibilities. The fellows are Pablo Baler (Modern Languages), Gabriela Fried-Amilivia (Sociology), and Angela Vergara (History).
Queer Disappearance: A Multimedia Dialogue
Join Cynthia Wang and Danny Jauregui for a multimedia dialogue on queer disappearance.
Presented by the American Communities Program and the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.
Center For The Study Of Genders And Sexualities Faculty Fellows Presentation: Dr. Lauren Heintz
Dr. Lauren Heintz, faculty, English at Cal State LA, shares the research project they will be working on in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.
Cal State LA New Faculty Recital: A Soldier’s Tale
The Soldier's Tale (L'Histoire dusoldat) is Stravinsky's greatest work. It is the story of a soldier, on leave from the army, who trades his old violin for a magic book that can tell the future and make him rich. He soon discovers, however, that he has made a deal with the devil and that money does not bring happiness.
Patti Kilroy, Violin - Cal State LA. Department of Music
Adam Snow, Percussion - Cal State LA. Department of Music
Roberto Alcaraz, Acting - Cal State Los Angeles Theatre
Daniel Czypinski - Cal State Los Angeles Theatre
A BODY IN THE O, a performance and talk by internationally-acclaimed queer performer Tim Miller, based on his new book.
Climb along with Tim Miller inside the giant O of the Hollywood sign - or as Shakespeare called it "the wooden O" of the theatre - as Miller performs excerpts from his new book "A BODY IN THE O" and speaks about how performance can change our lives and challenge the world to imagine a better future!
Miller will perform excerpts from his work and speak about the role performance plays in constellating identity. Known for his charged performance work which takes up the most challenging social texts of our time, Tim will share fierce and funny performance material as well as speak about how performance can be used to embolden communities, challenge injustice and connect people with one another.
The Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities presents: Diversity & Representation in Animated Film On & Off Screen
Join us for a panel discussion focusing on images in animated film, specifically at the intersection of gender, sexuality, and ethnic identity.
Join the Department of Music for a wonderful evening of outdoor live music performed by Cal State LA's Wind Ensemble.
Come out and support the Cal State LA University Bands on Friday, September 27, at 7:30 p.m.!
This event is free and open to the public.