07/31/2014 - 08/02/2014
10/06/2014 - 10/10/2014
10/13/2014 - 10/17/2014
10/20/2014 - 10/24/2014
10/27/2014 - 10/31/2014
Saturday, September 15 | 6–9pm
Tuesday-Sunday | 12pm–6pm or Intermission
REDCAT: Rhode Island-based artist Tony Cokes’ Retro (Pop, Terror, Critique) is an ambitious new multichannel video installation that surveys the past 15 years of his work. Since the mid-1980s, Cokes has employed the medium of video to borrow and sample materials from high and low culture and reveal how race, gender and class are perceived through “representational regimes of image and sound.” Read more
Live performance all week long. Thursday night reception 8-10 pm.
THEATER: This installation by Leah Olbrich (MFA3 Puppetry) seeks transformation. Rather than using the gallery space to display artwork, the artwork IS the space. The space will undergo several reversals, beginning as a white room that is covered in black paper then turned white again over a series of creative tasks (involving the destruction of the black paper) set about by chance.
October 15 - 20, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 18, 8pm
Performances will be held throughout the day on October 18:
12pm - A discourse by Chandler McWilliams - Stairs of the Main Gallery
12:30pm - A slide lecture by Heather M. O'Brien - D301 Gallery
9:00pm - A performance by Johanna Reed - Main Gallery
Anne Guro Larsmon
Heather M. O’Brien
Jason Roberts Dobrin
W Don Flores
CalArts, Sharon Disney Lund Dance Theater
DANCE: The Sharon Disney Lund School of Dance presents the Student Choice Dance Concert, an evening of work choreographed by MFA and BFA students and curated by the School of Dance students.
CalArts, various locations throughout the campus
INSTITUTE / COMMUNITY: Become a CalArtian for the weekend!
Join us for an exciting and immersive CalArts experience. Over the course of two days, be among the hundreds of family members who deepen their appreciation of this unique artistic and educational community. Take part in specially designed workshops and classes, view cutting-edge art exhibitions and performances, and meet and mingle with Institute leadership and faculty.
Building on the excitement of last year, we are preparing an all-new schedule. Highlights include: a panel of leaders in the creative economy on professional preparation and life after graduation, a Town Hall meeting with distinguished new Provost Dr. Jeannene Przyblyski, and a rousing Saturday night finale, Art/Rock/Orchestra, presented in The Wild Beast Music Pavilion.
CalArts, Butler Building 2
THEATER: A comedy written by William Saroyan and directed by Mary Lou Rosato. As the country prepares to enter a new world war, San Francisco is still recovering from economic turmoil. Joe sits in Nick’s Pacific Street Saloon day after day, always cynical, and always superior, However, as lonely as Joe is, he is never alone. The non-stop parade of quirky and touching characters that enter Nick’s Saloon one particular October day will set off a chain of events that will change not only Joe’s life, but the lives of all who surround him. William Saroyan’s love song to San Francisco and its working class won the 1940 Pulitzer Prize for drama, the New York Drama Critic’s Circle Award and its rank among American classics.
REDCAT: Original Faust band-members Zappi Diermaier and Jean-Hervé Péron are joined by Amaury Cambuzat for an evening of essential krautrock. Echt pioneers alongside Can and Kraftwerk, Faust created music in the ’70s that sounds like it was made yesterday, and revolutionized studio music production along the way. Read more