Experience. Reflect. Explore.
Visions and Voices and the USC Libraries are collaborating on a project called USC Libraries Explorations, a series of resource guides that build on the learning experiences provided by Visions and Voices events. Drawing on their fields of expertise, USC librarians have selected print and online resources to help you investigate the topics in Visions and Voices events and continue the process of inquiry and discovery.
SEPT. 3 - NOV. 8: Phantasmagoria: Specters of Absence exhibition and events at USC Fisher Museum of Art
OCT. 2: Eye for Eye: A Dramatic Investigation of Incarceration and Justice in American Society
OCT. 2 - NOV. 4: Vote Film 2008
OCT. 5 & MAR. 7: Madama Butterfly performance by LA Opera and live broadcast from the MET
OCT. 10: Scoring the Past: Exploring the Origins of Musical Imagery
OCT. 13: What Happens When Art Collides with Its Society: A Lecture by James Conlon
OCT. 24 & APR. 17: Queer Cabaret series performances by Phranc, My Barbarian, and John Kelly
OCT. 27: Black on Black screening and panel discussion with Joe Saltzman
OCT. 29 & FEB. 18: Millennials, Religion and the 2008 Election series
NOV. 3, 5, & 6: The Tokyo String Quartet residency and series of events
NOV. 5: Apollo [Part 3]: Liberation performance by the Critical Mass Performance Group
NOV. 6 - 9: USC School of Theatre performance of Our Country's Good
NOV. 14 - 16: Napoli! The System, the Camorra and the Pizza film screenings and discussions
NOV. 22: Live broadcast of Hector Berlioz's La Damnation de Faust from the MET
JAN. 12 & 23, MAR. 6: The Medical Humanities, Arts and Ethics Series
FEB. 5 & 6: Songs of Separation: William Grant Still and the Dilemmas of American Classical Music
FEB. 10: The Trey McIntyre Project
FEB. 24: Blacks and Latinos in Conflict and Cooperation: Writing Race in L.A.
FEB. 26 - MAR. 1: USC School of Theatre production of Aphra Behn's The Rover
MAR. 30: Seeing Los Angeles: Exploring the InVisible City
APR. 18: Shelf Life: A Big Day for Small Press
APR. 24: Cinematic Cervantes: Adapting Don Quixote to the Screen