Robert Hudson has been a force in the art world for more than 50 years. Uncharacteristic of the complex, illusionistic, polychrome constructions for which he is best known, the historic body of minimalist work on view at the Luckman demonstrates his broad artistic range. While an assistant professor at UC Berkeley, Hudson was given access to a nearby government surplus yard.
Coming to the Luckman stage for the first time are the Peking Acrobats. The talented ensemble is world-renowned for their daring maneuvers, trick-cycling, precision tumbling, somersaulting, and gymnastics. They defy gravity with amazing displays of flexibility, contortion, and control. They push the envelope of human possibility with astonishing juggling dexterity and incredible balancing feats.
Fight hunger with love by donating nonperishable food items to the University Food Pantry from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. during the February food drive that runs until Feb. 26. Your generous donations support Cal State LA Students. For more information on what food items to give, visit: www.calstatela.edu/deanofstudents/food-pantry.
Are you interested in running for a position in ASI? Not sure where to start? Stop by an information session to learn about the election process, available positions and much more.
Join us for a screening of Gun Hill Road. After three years of being in prison, a father returns home to the Bronx to discover his wife estranged and his child exploring a gender transformation that may put the fragile bonds of their family to the test. Directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green, 2011, 90 minutes.
Poet, musician and storyteller Joy Harjo reads from her work. Harjo, a member of the Mvskoke Nation, has written seven books of poetry focusing on Native American issues and themes. Learn more on the event's website.