Invigorating Dance from L.A.ís CONTRA-TIEMPO
Donít miss your chance to see an incredible performance by CONTRA-TIEMPO, who has transformed the L.A. dance scene. Founded in 2005, the company fuses salsa, Afro-Cuban, hip hop and contemporary dance theatre to create an invigorating blend of physically intense and politically astute performance. In Full Still Hungry, a live band of superstar musicians, including several from the Grammy Award-winning group Quetzal, accompanies the dancers in a lively exploration of how food, race, privilege and cultural consumption impact our everyday lives. The performance will be held on Friday, March 27, at 7 p.m. in Bovard Auditorium. For more info, click here.
Around the World with Visions and Voices:
Why do we expect athletes to transcend human limits and seek perfection? Join us for a conversation at USC’s storied Dedeaux Field with 1997 World Series champion Robb Nen, pitching legend Tom House, USC Biological Sciences and Biomedical Engineering professor Jill McNitt-Gray and Keck School of Medicine orthopedic surgeon Dr. Seth Gamradt.
03/31/2015: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
“Self/Split” brings together four renowned Asian diasporic artists—Sam Chanse, Chiwan Choi, D’Lo and Nicolas Wong—for an evening of live performances and discussion that will movingly confront queerness, displacement, immigrant identity, the creative process and more.
04/01/2015: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
As part of the Medical Humanities, Arts and Ethics Series, we will present Mercy Killers, a powerful one-man theatrical performance exploring the increasing dysfunction of the American health care system.
04/02/2015: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
USC Professor María Elena Martínez was a leading expert in colonial Latin American studies with broad scholarly ties throughout the United States, Mexico, Spain and South America, and her research contributed greatly to Dornsife being a place of interdisciplinary scholarship. This memorial gathering will offer a space to commemorate her gracious spirit and honor a brilliant scholar, teacher, mentor and friend.
04/06/2015: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
During the 1960s, controversial sociologist Laud Humphreys studied the codes and choreography of male-male sex in public restrooms. Avant-garde Japanese choreographer Takao Kawaguchi and Los Angeles-based artist Deanna Erdmann will explore the legacies of public sex mapped out by Humphreys in a site-specific performance at the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives.
04/08/2015: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Celebrating USC's Core Values