Join the Center for Contemporary Poetry and Poetics at Cal State LA for the Jean Burden Poetry Reading featuring poet Marilyn Chin, winner of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award. Chin’s work distills her experiences as an Asian American and feminist. Visit the Facebook event page for more information.
Eagle-Con is a three-day convention that brings together science fiction, fantasy, comic books and superheroes, as well as insider views of these highly creative genres. Eagle-Con LA's 2020 theme, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, is "Life: Natural, Artificial, and Undiscovered."
Stay tuned for more information and follow Eagle-Con LA on social media for updates and to join in on the conversation!
Join the College of Arts and Letters to experience what humanities at Cal State LA can offer. We have a full day of fun and engaging activities happening at various locations across campus.
The Board of Trustees will discuss the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
9:30 a.m. Investment and Finance Committee.
11:15 a.m. Board of Trustees (unless otherwise noted).
World Arts Day is designed to give the community an opportunity to experience and interact with various art forms from around the world. Los Angeles is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities and this dynamic interaction has made it a vibrant and rich community.
Activities will include visual arts workshops, music lessons and performances, jewelry-making and more.
San Cha is a singer-songwriter, based in the City of Angels, increasingly known for her visceral and explosive live performances. Her name, derived from the Spanish word sancha, which translates to "mistress," is a mischievous reference to the title of “San,” given to male saints in the Catholic tradition. Fans of cumbia and punk, bolero and electro, flock to see San Cha’s emotional renditions of traditional Mexican rancheras and original songs that focus on queer conventions of identity, power, and love.