Sunday, March 19 through Saturday, April 8
Admission is free.
Tuesday through Friday: 12 to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 12 to 4 p.m.
The USC Fisher Museum of Art in collaboration with the Mexican Consulate of Los Angeles and Art Division, a non-profit organization dedicated to training and supporting underserved young adults who are committed to studying visual arts, will present MONTARlaBestia. The exhibition is an interdisciplinary exploration that responds to “La Bestia”—a train that carries as many as half a million Central American immigrants annually to the United States. The project was created by artists Demián Flores and Marco Barrera Bassols and will include art and poetry by Art Division students and the artist collective El Colectivo Artistas Contra la Discriminación.
Exhibition creator Demián Flores was first exhibited by the Fisher Museum in 2006 and has works in the museum’s permanent collection, as well as in the collections of El Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) and London Print Studio, among others. Marco Barrera Bassols is one of Mexico’s most esteemed independent curators. Bassols has worked on important international art projects, including with MoMA in New York.
Beyond Enrique’s Journey: Solving Illegal Immigration (For Real)
An Evening with Sonia Nazario, with a Response by Stephanie Canzales
Tuesday, March 21, 7 p.m.
USC Fisher Museum of Art
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Presented by USC Visions and Voices: The Arts and Humanities Initiative. Organized by the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Information Session for Prospective Students
Members of our Admissions team will be hosting information sessions in the Los Angeles area for prospective students interested in our entry-level master's degree program. RSVP required; please click link below for further details.
Renaissance Literature with Lynn Enterline
"Instructive Nymphs: Andrew Marvell on Pedagogy and Puberty"
Remarkable for his linguistic abilities, Andrew Marvell was acquainted with the humanist classical curriculum and the standard methods of contemporary pedagogy from both sides of the teacher-student relationship. This paper examines Marvell’s critical interrogation of gender and desire from within the discursive and institutional parameters of his classicism while showing that the way he repurposes ancient precursors requires us to think carefully about the overlap between Marvell’s critique of erotic life and non-normative psychoanalytic theory. At the same time, it examines why, contrary to contemporary expectation, Marvell engages with the ideology and practice of contemporary education by way of teachers who are not men, or even boys, but little girls.
Lynn Enterline is Nancy Perot Mulford Professor of English at Vanderbilt University. Her publications investigate the overlapping histories of rhetoric, affect, gender, and sexuality from the classical to the early modern periods. She is the author of Shakespeare’s Schoolroom: Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012); The Rhetoric of the Body from Ovid to Shakespeare (Cambridge UP, 2000); and The Tears of Narcissus: Melancholia and Masculinity in Early Modern Writing (Stanford UP, 1995).
Renaissance Literature with Lynn Enterline (USC EMSI)
"Instructive Nymphs: Andrew Marvell on Pedagogy and Puberty"
with Lynn Enterline
Trojan Dance Marathon 10: Dance for More Tomorrows
WE DANCE FOR MORE TOMORROWS!
USC'S 10th Annual Dance Marathon will feature featuring music, food, performances, raffles/prizes, and of course, the Miracle Children from Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) as our guests of honor! Our efforts to raise awareness and funds for CHLA culminate in a 10-hour dance marathon, where YOU and hundreds of other Trojans come together to dance for the children and their families who are fighting battles against pediatric illnesses.
Join the NATIONWIDE movement to help kids via Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, a nonprofit that raises money for local children’s hospitals. Last year, over 1,000 student “dancers” raised a record-breaking $35,000 in 2016. You can join the movement by registering as a dancer (USC students), making a donation, volunteering at the event, or becoming a Morale Captain!
TO REGISTER OR DONATE VISIT: www.trojandm.org
Fight on, For The Kids!!
Visit the MOCA
Wanna expand your horizons, experience DTLA, and feel cool looking at art pieces? Come visit the Museum of Contemporary Art on March 25th, 2017!
Ever wonder what it’s like to take the LSAT? Join us for a mock exam mirroring the conditions With some much weight placed on your score during the law school admission process, our mock exam will help mimic the conditions of Space is limited to only 50 students, so RSVP while seats are available!
Polish Music Center: Exploring the Avant-Garde
The adventurous gnarwhallaby ensemble uncovers facets of avant-garde expression in contemporary Polish music in works from such visionary composers as Tadeusz Baird, Henryk Mikolaj Górecki, Hanna Kulenty, Krzysztof Meyer, Bogusław Schaeffer, and Witold Szalonek. The concert will feature the world premiere of Meyer's Quattro Colori.
Inspired by the unusual instrumentation of the Polish ‘Warsztat Muzyczny’ ensemble of the 1960s, gnarwhallaby performs repertoire for clarinet, trombone, cello, and piano.
A reception follows the performance.
Going to #APhA2017 in San Francisco? Join alumni, students and faculty of the USC School of Pharmacy as well as colleagues from around the state at the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA) California Reception, co-sponsored by USC School of Pharmacy.
Infrastructural Imaginary: Declassifying Taylor Yard
USC Roski School of Art and Design and the 2017 MA Curatorial Practices and the Public Sphere program presents Infrastructural Imaginary: Declassifying Taylor Yard an exhibition curated by Noémie Despland-Lichtert and the Roundhouse Platform in collaboration with Brendan Shea at 2426ww.
The exhibition will present the history, current state and potential futures of Taylor Yard, a former rail yard in Glassell Park active as a Classification Yard from the 1920s to the 1980s and recently acquired by the city of Los Angeles, as the crown jewel of the revitalization of the LA river project. Infrastructural Imaginary: Declassifying Taylor Yard will present for the first time to the public the original drawings of the site from the Southern Pacific archives.