Cal State L.A.- Events Calendar by Week

Events Listing by Week

 Events subject to change w/o notice.

DEC. 10-16
DEC. 17-23
DEC. 24-30

DEC. 31-JAN. 6
JAN. 7-13
JAN. 14-20
JAN. 21-27
JAN. 28-FEB. 3
FEB. 4-10
FEB. 11-17
FEB. 18-24

FEB. 25-MAR. 3
MAR. 4-10
MAR. 11-17
MAR. 18-24
MAR. 25-31



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DEC. 10-16

ART-PinturaFresca--First L.A. Exhibition of Work by 9 Tijuana Artists.
Ongoing through Dec. 15, 2001. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Curated by Luis Ituarte.
Opening reception: Fri., Oct. 26, 7-10 p.m.
Taco Shop Poets: Tue., Oct. 30, 5 p.m.
Gallery talk--Tertulia: Tue., Nov. 13, 4 p.m., Maxwell Theatre, U-SU.
Symposium--La frontera sin fin: (postponed) Tue., Nov. 20, 7 p.m., L.A. Room B, U-SU.

The multifarious similarities between Los Angeles and Tijuana provide the impetus for this group exhibition of young and mid-career artists experimenting with painting in a variety of styles. Artists include Mely Barragán, Tania Candiani del Real, Pablo Llana, Jaime Ruiz Otis, and Daniel Ruanova, among others. Sponsored in part by the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department and El Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura de la Ciudad de Tijuana International Exchange Program, Bajo el Mismo Sol. Daytime parking is 50¢ per hour (ticket dispenser). Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

EVENT-Business Enterprises Development Day.
Mon., Dec. 10, 2001, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Alhambra Rooms, U-SU.
"Business Expansion in Today's Economy" is hosted by Representative Hilda Solis (31st Congressional District). For reservations or more information, call (626) 448-1271.

ART-Special Preview Presentation: "Stop Terrorism" Exhibition.
Fri., Dec. 14, 2001, 12 noon-3 p.m., Main Hallway Display Area, Fine Arts Building.
A special open house "preview" of artwork by students from L.A. County High School for the Arts. These students have designed and created 35 art pieces to serve as concepts or ideas for U.S. postage stamps. The 8-by-10-inch pieces will be the feature exhibition of student artwork to be presented at a series of U.S. airports, beginning with Miami International on Tue., Dec. 20. Call Joe Gatto of LACHSA at (323) 343-2559 for more information.

THEATRE-Luckman Season - A Christmas Carol.
Sat., Dec. 15, 8 p.m. & Sun., Dec. 16, 2001, 3 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
Using just a few props and a wealth of virtuosity and dramatic nuance, Patrick Stewart conjures up the full world of the beloved Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol. Stewart portrays every character and returns the story to its source: Dickens' own beautifully chosen words. The previous West Coast engagements played to sold out houses and unanimous critical acclaim. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

DEC. 17-23

EVENT-University Holiday Party.
Thu., Dec. 20, 2001, 3-5 p.m., University-Student Union.
Call the President's Office at (323) 343-3030.

DANCE-Luckman Season-Lula Washington Dance Theatre Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration.
Sat., Dec. 22, 2001, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
A holiday tradition, Lula Washington Dance Theatre’s Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration returns for the fifth year in a row to the Luckman, in celebration of Kwanzaa and Christmas simultaneously. “This celebration brings together families. It celebrates our children, our African heritage, and it gives the community a reason to gather in peace and joy,” says choreographer/dancer Tamica Washington-Miller. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

DEC. 24-30

CAMPUS CLOSED-Winter Holidays.
Mon., Dec. 24-Fri., Dec. 28, 2001.

DEC. 31-JAN. 6

CAMPUS CLOSED-New Year's Day.
Tue., Jan. 1, 2002.

JAN. 7-13

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Jan. 12-Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

MUSIC-West Coast Jazz Series: Tribute to Ernie Andrews.
Sat., Jan. 12, 2002, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
Ernie Andrews became one of the most important artists in the Central Avenue jazz movement in the late forties. Mr. Andrews has demonstrated an astonishingly high level of vocal artistry in the jazz field for almost a half century. He has worked with Jay McShann, Gene HarrisÂ’s Superband, Kenny Burrell, Harry James, Capp/Pierce Juggernaut, and many other artists. The Luckman is honored to salute this artist whose contribution to West Coast jazz is immeasurable. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

JAN. 14-20

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

MUSIC-Latin Jazz Event: TBA.
Sat., Jan. 19, 2002, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
In the past, headliners have included Dianne Reeves, Poncho Sanchez, Los Lobos, and Ozomatli. Look for another blockbuster event this season programmed by José Rizo of KLON 88.1 FM’s "Jazz on the Latin Side." (Artists TBA ) Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

JAN. 21-27

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

CAMPUS CLOSED-Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday.
Mon., Jan. 21, 2002.

DANCE-Jazz Dance Concert.
Fri., Jan. 25 & Sat., Jan. 26, 8 p.m.; Sun., Jan 27, 2:30 p.m., State Playhouse.
Directed by Linda Kostalik. Call the Box Office at (323) 343-4118.

JAN. 28-FEB. 3

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

MUSIC-Winter Blues: TBA.
Sat., Feb. 2, 2002, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
Past programs have featured such blues legends as Etta James, Son Seals, Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, Jimmy Dawkins, and Roy Gaines. Stay tuned for more details on another extraordinary, star-studded Winter Blues event this season. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

FEB. 4-10

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

ATHLETICS-Hall of Fame Ceremony: Olympic Tribute.
Wed., Feb. 6, 2002, time: TBA, Windows Steaks & Martini's (TransAmerica Building).
Call the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics at (323) 343-3080.

ATHLETICS-Homecoming Alumni Games.
Sat., Feb. 9, 2002.
Baseball: 1-4 p.m., Reeder Field;
Volleyball: 2-4 p.m., Eagles Nest;
Men's and Women's Tennis: 1-4 p.m., Cal State L.A. Tennis Complex;
Men's and Women's Soccer: 1-4 p.m., Jesse Owens Stadium;
Alumni BBQ: 4:30-5:30 p.m., Pool Area;
Women's Basketball vs. Cal Poly Pomona: 5:30 p.m., Eagles Nest;
Men's Basketball vs. Cal Poly Pomona: 7:30 p.m., Eagles Nest.
Call the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics at (323) 343-3080.

FEB. 11-17

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

FEB. 18-24

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

EVENT-ECST (Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology) Week.
Mon., Feb. 18-Fri., Feb. 22, 2002, time & location: TBA.
Career Fair: Thu., Feb. 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Call (323) 343-4500.

THEATRE-Waiting for Lefty.
Fri., Feb. 22 & Sat., Feb. 23, 8 p.m.; Sun., Feb. 24, 2:30 p.m., Music Patio.
Directed by Christopher Herr. Call the Box Office at (323) 343-4118.

DANCE-State Street Ballet: Salute to Swing.
Sat., Feb. 23, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
Set to the music of Benny Goodman, Nat King Cole, the Andrews Sisters, Frank Sinatra, and Duke Ellington, State Street Ballet’s Salute to Swing is a tribute to the universal appeal of favorite tunes from the Swing Era. Tuxedo-clad men and elegantly gowned women, choreographer Heinz Poll’s “Eight by Benny Goodman” explores smooth swing and jazz rhythms; “B.A.N.D.” (Chor. Robert Sund); features ballets using such hits as “Mood Indigo” and “Rum and Coca-Cola;” and “Salute to Sinatra” (Chor. Victoria Simon) promises pure delight for fans of “Ol’ Blue Eyes,” one of America’s national treasures. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

FEB. 25-MAR. 3

ART-Yunhee Min: Events in Dense Fog.
Ongoing through Mar. 2, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this Los Angeles-based artist employ juxtapositions of color and form in disarming and fascinating ways. Often embodying elements of the architecture and archeology of their surroundings, Min's paintings and installations evoke subtle shifts from place to place and time to time. For this special, site-specific installation, Min utilized the expanse of the Luckman Gallery, creating an environment that suggests, among other things, the atmospheric haze of fog. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

EVENT-10th Annual Cal State L.A. Student Symposium on Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.
Fri., Mar. 1, 2002, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., location: TBA.
All students are invited to participate in oral and/or poster presentations of their recent scholarship, creative and/or research projects. Call the Office of Graduate Studies and Research at (323) 343-3820.

MAR. 4-10

EVENT-Education Expo.
Thu., Mar. 7, 2002, 7 a.m.-7 p.m., King Hall Courtyard.
Call Clemencia de Leon at (323) 343-3237.

THEATRE-John Lion New Works Festival.
Mar. 8-10 & Mar. 15-17, 2002, Music Hall.
Fri. & Sat., 8 p.m.; Sun., 2:30 p.m.

Directed by Jose Cruz Gonzalez. Call the Box Office at (323) 343-4118.

EVENT-Fifth Annual Japanese Speech Contest.
Sat., Mar. 9, 2002, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Maxwell Theatre.
Call the Japanese Studies Center at (323) 343-4240.

MAR. 11-17

ART-Lurid Stories: Charles Gaines Projects, 1995-2001.
Mar. 16-Apr. 27, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this internationally recognized, Los Angeles-based conceptual artist provocatively navigate relationships between systems and nature. Featuring works by Charles Gaines since 1995, this exhibition includes his Night/Crimes and Absent Figures series, as well as two large-scale disaster machines, Airplanecrash Clock and Falling Rock. This nationally traveling exhibition was organized by the San Francisco Art Institute for Gaines, who is the recepient of their 2001 Adaline Kent Award. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

DANCE-River North Chicago Dance Company.
Sat., Mar. 16, 8 p.m., Luckman Theatre.
By audience request, the Luckman brings back Chicago’s jazz dance sensation, River North Chicago Dance Company, after its hit performance here in 2000. Whether first-time dance attendees or seasoned dance aficionados, audience members of all ages have been captivated by the troupe’s theatrical, accessible style. With dancers “as wild and smooth as aged whiskey” (Dance Magazine), River North Chicago Dance Company combines humor, style, technique and a sense of adventure. Parking is provided for Luckman 2001-02 Season events. Call Luckman: (323) 343-6600 or TicketMaster: (213) 365-3500.

MAR. 18-24

ART-Lurid Stories: Charles Gaines Projects, 1995-2001.
Ongoing through Apr. 27, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this internationally recognized, Los Angeles-based conceptual artist provocatively navigate relationships between systems and nature. Featuring works by Charles Gaines since 1995, this exhibition includes his Night/Crimes and Absent Figures series, as well as two large-scale disaster machines, Airplanecrash Clock and Falling Rock. This nationally traveling exhibition was organized by the San Francisco Art Institute for Gaines, who is the recepient of their 2001 Adaline Kent Award. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

DANCE-Tap Class Cabaret Performance.
Fri., Mar. 22 & Sat., Mar. 23, 8 p.m.; Sun., Mar. 24, 2:30 p.m., P.E. 128.
Directed by Ardie Bryant and Linda Kostalik. Call the Box Office at (323) 343-4118.

MAR. 25-31

ART-Lurid Stories: Charles Gaines Projects, 1995-2001.
Ongoing through Apr. 27, 2002. Luckman Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Opening reception: TBA.
Gallery talk: TBA.

Works by this internationally recognized, Los Angeles-based conceptual artist provocatively navigate relationships between systems and nature. Featuring works by Charles Gaines since 1995, this exhibition includes his Night/Crimes and Absent Figures series, as well as two large-scale disaster machines, Airplanecrash Clock and Falling Rock. This nationally traveling exhibition was organized by the San Francisco Art Institute for Gaines, who is the recepient of their 2001 Adaline Kent Award. Call Luckman Gallery at (323) 343-6610.

 

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