10/27/2014 - 10/31/2014
CalArts, Cafe A
STUDENT AFFAIRS: A bible study.
CalArts, Cafe A
INSTITUTE: Student council meeting, joint council.
D300 Gallery: Photo Idea Class Exhibition
D301 Gallery: Collaboration: Feminist Process Class Exhibtion
LShape Gallery: Corrine Redstone MFA 1 ART
Main Gallery: Photo/ Media Foundation Class Exhibition
A402 Gallery: Stephanie Deumer MFA 1 ART
Lime Gallery: Justin Crosby MFA 1 ART
Mint Gallery: Noor Abed MFA 1 PHOTO/MEDIA
CalArts, The Wild Beast
MUSIC: CD release show: Austrian Newcomer Award-winning performer/composer Julian Kleiss presents his new album in an intimate unplugged solo concert.
CalArts, Coffeehouse Theatre
THEATER: A multidisciplinary variety show including participants from all schools at the Institute.
CalArts, Roy O. Disney Music Hall
MUSIC: A concert showcasing original compositions by the students of Introduction to Programming for Digital Artists. Works are created and performed using the realtime programming language ChucK.
REDCAT: Los Angeles premiere
In the 100th anniversary year of Futurist Luigi Russolo’s manifesto, The Art of Noises, The Orchestra of Futurist Noise Intoners (Luciano Chessa, Director) performs on the only complete reconstruction of Russolo’s earliest Intonarumori Orchestra, commissioned by Performa. Hand-cranked instruments designed to produce “noises”—the first instruments capable of creating and manipulating sound through entirely mechanical processes—generate sounds of whirrs and buzzes, clangs, scrapes, sirens and mechanically plucked strings. The program includes historical compositions by Russolo and Paolo Buzzi, as well as newly composed works by Chessa, Ulrich Krieger, Joan La Barbara, Annie Lewandowski, Theresa Wong (all also performing) and others, and features tenor Timur Bekbosunov, soprano Carmina Escobar and 16 players operating the instruments under Chessa’s baton.