Cal State L.A.- Events Calendar by Week

Events Listing by Week

 Events subject to change w/o notice.


JUNE 22-28
JUNE 29-JULY 5
JULY 6-12
JULY 13-19
JULY 20-26
JULY 27-AUGUST 2
AUGUST 3-9
AUGUST 10-16
AUGUST 17-23
AUGUST 24-30
AUGUST 31-SEPT. 6


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JUNE 22-28

ACADEMIC—Summer Quarter Instruction Begins.
Mon., Jun. 22, 1998.

ART - Gallery Exhibitions.
June 22-July 18, 1998. Fine Arts Gallery.
Gallery hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.
Artists' reception: Thu., June 25, 6-8 p.m.

Back Gallery: "War Songs" is a collaborative exhibition between poet Grady Harp and sculptor Stephen Freedman, featuring a selection of vessels inscribed with poems inspired by the Vietnam War.
Front Gallery: An exhibit of recent oil painting on canvas and board by L.A. artist Alfredo de Batuc. Also, featuring recent acrylic paintings on plywood by L.A. artist Frank Gutierrez. Call La Monte Westmoreland, Fine Arts Gallery, at (323) 343-4040.

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
June 22-Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

EVENT - Welcome Week.
Mon., Jun. 22-Fri., Jun. 25, 1998, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Main Walkway.
Call the Center for Student Life, (323) 343-3990.

EVENT—HeArt Project's Video Project Screening.
Fri., Jun. 26, 1998, 7-11 p.m. Maxwell Theatre, U-SU. Free.
Short video projects by high school students participating in The HeArt Project and films by the Chicano Broadcasting Students, a Cal State L.A. student film group, will be screened at the event. A reception will follow the screenings. Call John Ramirez, Communication Studies Department, at (323) 343-4207.

JUNE 29-JULY 5

HOLIDAY—Independence Day—Campus closed.
Fri., Jul. 3-Sat., Jul. 4, 1998.

ART - Gallery Exhibitions.
Ongoing through July 18, 1998. Fine Arts Gallery.
Gallery hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.

Back Gallery: "War Songs" is a collaborative exhibition between poet Grady Harp and sculptor Stephen Freedman, featuring a selection of vessels inscribed with poems inspired by the Vietnam War.
Front Gallery: An exhibit of recent oil painting on canvas and board by L.A. artist Alfredo de Batuc. Also, featuring recent acrylic paintings on plywood by L.A. artist Frank Gutierrez. Call La Monte Westmoreland, Fine Arts Gallery, at (323) 343-4040.

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

ENTERTAINMENT -- Noon Tunes -- Band -- Bob Marley Remembered.
Tue., June 30, 12 noon. Free Speech Area.
Free. Bob Marley Remembered is a celebration of the life and music of the late great reggae legend Robert Nesta Marley. Songs of Freedom, a group of international reggae performers, will not only perform Marley's music, but also carry his message of peace, love, harmony and racial equality. Everyone is encouraged to bring a lunch and blanket! This program is sponsored by the Pan African Student Resource Center and S.U.P.E.R. Call (323) 343-5110.

JULY 6-12

ART - Gallery Exhibitions.
Ongoing through July 18, 1998. Fine Arts Gallery.
Gallery hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.

Back Gallery: "War Songs" is a collaborative exhibition between poet Grady Harp and sculptor Stephen Freedman, featuring a selection of vessels inscribed with poems inspired by the Vietnam War.
Front Gallery: An exhibit of recent oil painting on canvas and board by L.A. artist Alfredo de Batuc. Also, featuring recent acrylic paintings on plywood by L.A. artist Frank Gutierrez. Call La Monte Westmoreland, Fine Arts Gallery, at (323) 343-4040.

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

JULY 13-19

ART - Gallery Exhibitions.
Ongoing through July 18, 1998. Fine Arts Gallery.
Gallery hours: Mon.-Thu. and Sat., 12 noon-5 p.m.

Back Gallery: "War Songs" is a collaborative exhibition between poet Grady Harp and sculptor Stephen Freedman, featuring a selection of vessels inscribed with poems inspired by the Vietnam War.
Front Gallery: An exhibit of recent oil painting on canvas and board by L.A. artist Alfredo de Batuc. Also, featuring recent acrylic paintings on plywood by L.A. artist Frank Gutierrez. Call La Monte Westmoreland, Fine Arts Gallery, at (323) 343-4040.

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

DANCE—Luckman Season—Dance Kaleidoscope 1998.
Fri., Jul. 17 & Sat., Jul. 18, 8 p.m. Luckman Theatre.
L.A.'s leading dance showcase celebrates 10 years! Companies from all over the Southland compete each year to be represented in Dance Kaleidoscope. The Lester Hortons, premier dance awards, will be given prior to the opening night, 6-7:30 p.m., at the Luckman Theatre. Other performances: Fri., July 24, 8 p.m., Japan America Theatre; and Sat., July 25, 12 noon & 8 p.m., John Anson Ford Amphitheatre. Luckman: (323) 343-6610. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

JULY 20-26

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

JULY 27-AUGUST 2

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

ENTERTAINMENT -- Noon Tunes -- Band -- ADAAWE.
Tue., Aug. 4, 12 noon, Free Speech Area.
Free. ADAAWE, a vibrant international women's percussion and vocal ensemble, will perform from the heart and speak to the soul. Their music unites the sounds of the African Diaspora with powerful original offerings. Everyone is encouraged to bring a lunch and blanket! There will also be free snow cones and a drawing for a Tower Records gift certificate. This Noon Tunes event is sponsored by the Women's Resource Center and S.U.P.E.R. Call (323) 343-5110.

AUGUST 3-9

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

AUGUST 10-16

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

AUGUST 17-23

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

AUGUST 24-30

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

AUGUST 31-SEPT. 6

ART - "Interior/Exterior Landscape."
Ongoing through Sept. 23, 1998. JFK Memorial Library, Second Floor Bridge.
Artist's reception: to be announced.

Featuring works by artist Manuel S. Mendez, director, Fine Arts Dept., University Complutense in Madrid, Spain. The exhibition includes approximately 40 abstract expressionist paintings. The medium is acrylic on paper. Call Patricia Woodlin at the Art Dept., (323) 343-4010.

Upcoming events

DANCE - Luckman Season - Five Women Dancing.

Sun., Oct. 11, 3 p.m. Luckman Theatre.
New works and outstanding solo repertories are danced by five of the Southland's most compelling and "in demand" female contemporary choreographers -- Loretta Livingston, Karen Goodman, Winifred Harris, Nancy Collahan, Claudia Lopez. Be part of this special fall event! Luckman: (323) 343-6600. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

MUSIC - Luckman Season - Viva Klezmer.
Sun., Oct. 18, 2 p.m. Luckman Theatre.
Boyle Heights -- once the center for Jewish culture and now the center for Latino culture in L.A. -- inspired Viva Klezmer. Enjoy this afternoon of musical fun and tradition that blends the two societies with exciting mariachi and Klezmer music performed by both local and international performers. Luckman: (323) 343-6600. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

DANCE - Luckman Season - Ballet Philippines.
Fri., Nov. 13, 8 p.m. & Sat., Nov. 14, 8 p.m. (sold out-Nov. 14) Luckman Theatre.
Revolution, the Philippines' struggle and drama in its quest for independence, is a melding of ethnic dance and contemporary ballet by one of the premier ballet companies of Asia. It is slated to tour nationally in celebration of the Philippines' centennial. One performance of this popular and exciting piece is already sold out. Don't wait! Luckman: (323) 343-6600. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

DANCE - Luckman Family Series - Story of the Nutcracker.
Sat., Dec. 12, 2 p.m. & 5 p.m.; Sat., Dec. 19, 2 p.m. & 5 p.m. Luckman Theatre.
Lavish costumes and scenery with marvelous dancing mark this enchanting one-hour production that is perfect for small children and ballet neophytes. DanceCorps debuted this ballet, to Tchaikovsky's holiday classic score, last year at the Luckman before sold-out houses. Order now! Luckman: (323) 343-6600. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

DANCE - Luckman Season - Lula Washington's Gospel Christmas/ Kwanzaa Celebration.
Sat., Dec. 26, 8 p.m. & Sun., Dec. 27, 3 p.m. Luckman Theatre.
Back by popular demand! Two traditions, Kwanzaa and Christmas, make this program a warm and exciting tradition of its own. Nationally recognized, Los Angeles' Lula Washington brings her award-winning style and enthusiasm to the Luckman stage. Make this a part of your holiday activities! Luckman: (323) 343-6600. For tickets, call TicketMaster at (213) 365-3500.

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