01/23/2016 - 03/27/2016
02/04/2016 - 02/14/2016
02/08/2016 - 02/12/2016
02/08/2016 - 02/15/2016
02/11/2016 - 02/12/2016
CalArts, Roy O. Disney Music Hall
MUSIC: An evening of experimental notation and sound art featuring P. Andrew Young, Ben Levinson, Cari Stevens, Nick Charlton and Steven Daniel Feiler.
D300 Gallery: Benjamin Dean MFA ART
D301 Gallery: Marie Johnston MFA ART
L-SHAPE Gallery: Yaron Guerrero MFA ART
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: Ariana Baltazar MFA ART
A402 Gallery: Kaya Yusi BFA ART
LIME Gallery: Emma Iocovozzi BFA PHOTO
MINT Gallery: Ada Rajkovic BFA PHOTO
CalArts, Coffeehouse Theater
THEATER: A staged interview with a fictitious incarcerated gentleman. There will be four 30 minute performances involving performers and collaborators from various disciplines.
The Tournées Festival/Film Today: 'Mystéres de Lisbonne / Misterios de Lisboa / Mysteries of Lisbon' (Part 2)
CalArts, Bijou Theater
'Mystéres de Lisbonne / Misterios de Lisboa
Mysteries of Lisbon' (Part 2)
2010 / 257 min.
There are two different parts to this film. Part 1 will show on 2/22 and Part 2 on 3/1.
FILM/VIDEO: This majestic, magisterial film is based on a labyrinthine, three-volume 19th century Portuguese novel by Camilo Castilo Branco. Mysteries of Lisbon begins as the story of a 14-year-old boy’s, João, quest to discover his true origins, expands to include the reminiscences of legions. Believing himself to be an orphan, João soon discovers that he’s the son of a countess. This revelation leads to several other connections and mysteries to be unraveled.
This event is part of The Tournées Festival, the weekly series of new French films on campus.
Support for the Tournées Festival is provided by:
- Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States / Centre National de la Cinématographie et l’Image Animée
- CampusFrance / Florence Gould Foundation / highbrow entertainment
Pop Hop, Los Angeles
CRITICAL STUDIES: The MFA Writing Class of 2013 invites you to Next Words, a reading series that presents new writing from CalArts. This week will feature readings by Jamora Crawford, Janice Sapigao, Joslyn Sklar and Laura Schmidt.
5002 York Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90042
CalArts, Roy O. Disney Music Hall
MUSIC: New sound works by Joshua Carro.
CalArts, Sharon Disney Lund Dance Theater
DANCE: Blink is a multi-media dance theater piece set in a world where time fractures, folds and unfolds for seven people navigating a warped and variable reality created by their discreet and interconnected stories. The disjointed moments of their lives, distorted in scale, hold the characters apart, bind them together, or confine them in their own minds. Weaving together images from dreams and memories, Blink uses live video projections, multi-source sound design and off-center, highly charged dancing to present a world where nonsense makes perfect sense, and time is a relentless driving force. Created in collaboration with Jaff Aaron Bryant, Christopher Heilman, David Moyer, Daniel Jackson and Dan Norman.
CalArts, The Wild Beast
MUSIC: Mid-residence recital for cello & violin performance featuring music by Bruch, Tchaikovsky, Bach & Piazzolla.
THEATER: The CalArts School of Theater invites you to attend the upcoming performances of Rabbit in the Blue, directed by Alexis Macnab (MFA Directing 2013) and written by Amanda Jane Shank (MFA Writing for Performance 2013). This vivid and intimate tale explores the mysterious reappearance of Daniel, a young man assumed lost by his family, in the lonesome fields surrounding his childhood home. While his parents and sister grapple with his sudden return, Daniel is haunted by his first love and the vanishing distinction between what is real and what is imagined.
In an effort to showcase the work of CalArts students to the greater Los Angeles community, this group of vibrant young artists is moving their new play downtown. Rabbit in the Blue will be presented downtown at the Broadway Civic Center (207 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012).