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Campus and community arts events for Nov. 6, 2009.
The Harris Art Gallery has a new exhibit. “Tomorrow Never Knows,” includes sculptures as well as paintings, depicting an almost ephemeral flourish of animals and humans.
Senior theater major Jordan Wycoff,directed “Eternity” as her senior thesis project. The final performance was held on Oct. 24 in the Cabaret with a full house. The rock and roll ballad featured a number of students from the University.
A whimsical children’s story is brought to life as Spike Jonze dives into the imagination of a child with “Where the Wild Things Are.”
Campus and community arts events for Oct. 30, 2009.
Sean Dillon, assistant professor of theater arts, and his partner Curtis Krick are celebrating the recent success of their film, “Something Blue.”
Campus and community arts events for Oct. 23, 2009.
It was 9:45 p.m. on Santa Monica Boulevard when New York-based Cymbals Eat Guitars begins to play at the Troubadour on Sept. 19. Joseph D’Agostino, 20, fronts the band, putting on what he claims to be their best performance. The venue is old with eroding concrete walls. The staircase leading to a bands only lounge can scarcely hold itself up. Even so, this doesn’t seem to take away from their energy.
Michael Moore, the directive voice for all things political, makes his case for ridding our capitalistic society and returning our nation to its democratic roots in his new documentary, “Capitalism: A Love Story.”