SPRING 2014 SERIES

Beginning in AY 12-13, tickets will be required for all Arts & Lectures events. This change provides the opportunity to improve upon and strengthen the success of the existing program by maintaining the curricular connection for students and faculty as well as accommodating community guests who wish to attend. This model will also alleviate the problem of having to turn people away at the door because of lack of available seating.

TICKET INFORMATION:

  • TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY  
  • Student tickets FOR SPRING will be available beginning JANUARY 21, 2014. All other tickets will be available beginning FEBRUARY 4, 2014.  
  • If you are reserving a CSUSM Student Ticket, or purchasing a Faculty/Staff ticket you must bring your printed ticket and a valid CSUSM ID to be admiited to the event.
  • Students are only permitted one "free" ticket. If students place more than one order for a student ticket, their duplicate orders will be canceled.
  • Event Proposers and co-sponsors are asked to email Gina Jones at gjones@csusm.edu for instructions on how to obtain tickets.
  • Complimentary Parking will be available for each event and will be noted on your ticket. Be sure to park only in the lot that is marked for Arts & Lectures otherwise you will need to purchase a parking pass.
  • If ticketholders are not seated 5 minutes prior to the beginning of a performance, Arts & Lectures reserves the right to offer that seat to another guest.

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Students at Risk
Presented by:
Shannon Garcia, Jose Manuel Villareal, Reginald Washington and Narciso Iglesias
Mon Feb 3 @ 6pm in ARTS 240

As a follow up to the inspiring presentation by Father Boyle last year, this group of educators and intervention specialists will continue the conversation of gang and "At Risk" student intervention.    They are dedicated to ensuring that high school and middle school students are not thrown away through expulsion or 
suspension.  Rather they offer intervention and support for students who are deemed to be at risk. The presentation will focus on causes and interventions that are aimed at preparing students at risk to be emotionally literate. High School students from the intervention program will tell their stories of making it through the system.

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $5
Community Members - $10

Eventbrite - Students At Risk

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MOSQUITA Y MARI
Wed Feb 5 @ 6pm in ARTS 240

Mosquita y Mari is a coming of age story that focuses on a tender friendship between two young Chicanas.

Co-sponsors: MediaMakers, Film Studies, LGBTQA and Gender Equity Center

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $5
Community Members - $10

Eventbrite - Mosquita Y Mari

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BodyCartography Project
Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad
Tues Feb 11 @ 7:30pm in ARTS 111

BodyCartographers Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad, are known internationally for risk taking experiments in body and place. Their recent work Super Nature was commissioned by the Walker Art Center, Performance Space 122 and PADL West and they were recently named Dance Company of the Year by the Twin Cities City Pages.   They will share an evening of live dance and film together with students and faculty of CSU. Their short film Something for Myself, was created in collaboration with
Minneapolis Company Young Dance with local band and Dark Dark Dark.

BodyCartography Project's residency is made possible by a 
CSUSM Instructionally Related Activities Grant with additional support from PADL West and SDSU Department of Music & Dance's host Leslie Seiters.

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $7.50
Community Members -$15

Eventbrite - BodyCartography Project

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Aditya Indian Music
Tues Mar 4 @ 7:30 pm in ARTS 111

The Aditya Prakash Ensemble is a collaboration that breaks down walls between the cultures of jazz and Indian classical music. Through the common language of improvisation, as well as original compositions that are inspired from Indian Ragas and complex rhythms, and Jazz’s rich harmonic structure with influences of hip hop and funk, the group seeks to capture timeless messages of enlightened mystics through their original lyrics which are arranged and composed in a unique musical soundscape.


TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $7.50
Community Members -  $15

Eventbrite - Aditya Indian Music

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Far from Afghanistan
Presented by Filmmaker Travis Wilkerson
Wed Mar 5 @ 6pm in ARTS 240

An omnibus film by five American filmmakers and a collective of young Afghan media journalists, FAR FROM AFGHANISTAN forms a mosaic of cinematic approaches, issues of shared responsibility, history and memory, to take a critical look at the longest overseas war in U.S. history.

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $5

Community Members - $10

Eventbrite - Far From Afghanistan

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Healing Hearts Mural Art
Afghanistan & Pakistan
Joanne Tawfilis, 
National Commissioner US National Commission for UNESCO
Wed Mar 12 @ 6pm at CLARKE 113

“How do you mend a broken heart?”  It’s not a song title, but a reality when addressing the issues of poverty stricken children and refugees from Pakistan and Afghanistan!  Come witness how the joy of painting murals with these children has been healing their hearts resulting in joy, friendship, creative expression and a pathway to peace, through the awarding winning Art Miles Mural Project and guest lecturer,
Joanne Tawfilis.

TICKET PRICES
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $7.50

Community Members - $15

Eventbrite - Healing Hearts Mural Art- Afghanistan & Pakistan 

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New Literature, On and Between Screens: 
Electronic Literature Reading Event
Presented by:
Jessica Pressman, Erik Loyer, Amaranth Borsuk, Samantha Gorman, and Danny Cannizzaro
Mon Mar 24 @ 7pm in ARTS 240

Digital technologies are changing the way we read, write, and think. They are also transforming Literature. Come see some of the most innovative works of born-digital literature performed by their acclaimed authors and
introduced by a leading scholar in the field.

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $5
Community Members - $10

Eventbrite - New Literature, On & Between Screens: Electronic Literature Reading Event

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Americana Music
David Vidal & Greg Snaer

Tue Mar 25 @ 7:30pm in ARTS 111 

Enjoy an evening of music and learn about the history of the slide guitar in Americana blues. A presentation including live performance, multi-media and lecture presented and performed by David Vidal & Greg Snaer!

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $7.50
Community Members - $15

Eventbrite - Americana Music

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Winter In The Blood
Film & Panel Discussion
Wed Mar 26 @ 6pm in ARTS 240

Screening of the film adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by James Welch. Winter in the Blood tells the story of a young Blackfeet man who confronts childhood memories and traumas to find the strength he needs to survive. Panel discussion will feature screenwriter Ken White, directors Alex and Andrew Smith, and actress Lily Gladstone.

Co-sponsors: MediaMakers, LTWR & COMM and ANTH Departments


TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $7.50
Community Members - $15

Eventbrite - Winter in the Blood

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Dr. Terrence Roberts
Lessons From Little Rock Nine
Tue - April 22 @ 6pm in the Student Union

As an institution dedicated to providing rich learning experiences for its students, Cal State San Marcos is proud to welcome Dr. Terrence Roberts—a member of the ‘Little Rock Nine’—to our campus. Dr. Roberts will share his insights and perspectives on social justice practice and policy and provide some tools students will need as members of an increasingly diverse global community.

TICKET PRICES:
CSUSM Students - FREE
CSUSM Faculty & Staff - $5
Community Members - $10 

Eventbrite - It's Pan Time!