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02/17/2018 - 2:30pm

Leslie Ishii directs MFa actors in Eric Coble's The Dead Guy

02/17/2018 - 7:30pm

Leslie Ishii directs MFa actors in Eric Coble's The Dead Guy

02/23/2018 - 5:00pm

The Cal State LA Fine Arts Gallery hosts the 2018 CAA's MFA Exhibition "Sustainability and Public Good" from January 25th to February 24th of 2018. The exhibition includes the current MFA students' work from 11 different MFA programs in northern and southern California. 20 MFA students were carefully selected by 5 invited eminent Los Angeles Galleries (Corrina Peipon, The Pit & The Pit II, Eden Phair, HONOR FRASER, HK Zamani, PØST, Mary Leigh Cherry, Cherry and Martin, Peter Mendenhall, Peter Mendenhall Gallery) and curated by Mika Cho and Kim Abeles. College Art Association (CAA) is one of the largest association nationally and internationally for Art, Art History and studio arts professionals, and promotes the highest levels of creativity and scholarship in the practice, teaching, and interpretation of the arts.

 

The upcoming annual CAA conference in Los Angeles is from February 21 - 24, and expects 5000+ attendees from not only all over the US but the overseas as well. The reception is set on Friday the 23rd, which will be one of four major receptions for the conference including those held at Hauser & Wirth, the Getty, and LACMA. 


Reception is free and open to the public. 

02/24/2018 - 9:30am to 2:00pm
The Department of Modern Languages
and Literatures presents 

- 2018 FRENCH POETRY RECITATION CONTEST -

French Poetry


 

French

Co-sponsored by the Modern and Classical Language Association of Southern California &

American Association of Teachers of French - Southern California Chapter

02/28/2018 - 3:00pm to 5:30pm

|| Special Lecture||
SPOILED SPORTS: Markets and the Corruption of Sport
with William Morgan, Professor at USC Annenberg School for
Communication and Journalism.

In a market economy like ours, getting paid to do something well is a good thing. As a professor, I can personally attest to the value of being financially compensated for doing my job well. The same goes, of course, for athletes who achieve excellence in their chosen sport, whether that compensation is in the form of a scholarship or a direct monetary payoff. But financial compensation, to include the market norms that govern it, is not an unalloyed good. In fact, it can be a very bad thing indeed when market norms displace and crowd out the central goods and excellences that sport traffics in. I argue that such displacement and crowding out is what ails sport today, not to mention university life, politics, religion, and the like. In short, I argue that as the norms of the market have overspilled their boundaries, turning our market economy effectively into a full-blown market society, they have corrupted the norms and standards of excellence that characterize sport at its best. 

Reception immediately following lecture on ET A420.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT'S
COLLOQUIUM SERIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ATHLETICS,
KINESIOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES.

02/28/2018 - 7:30pm to 8:30pm

The Department of Music presents, A recital of American Art Songs, 'And the Wonder that Keeps the Stars Apart'. 

Amy Jarman, soprano
&
Jennifer McGuire, piano

Free and open to the public.

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