PROFESSIONAL ARTS ON THE CAMPUS OF
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES

Saturday
May232015

WAYFINDING

 

Video Screening/Music Performance
Approximate running time: 40 minutes
Saturday, May 23, 2015
6:30 PM
Admission to this screening is complimentary.
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A.
Luckman Intimate Theatre
 
Wayfinding is an experimental video/music project by Los Angeles-based visual artist, filmmaker, and musician Terry Chatkupt. For the Luckman Intimate Theatre, Chatkupt will present this new series of work inspired by the Southern California landscape. Accompanying the screening of videos will be a live guitar performance from selections of the artist’s solo music project, Terrain.  
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Terry Chatkupt received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 2004.  His videos, installations, and photography have been exhibited at LAXART (Los Angeles), Jerome Zodo Contemporary (Milan, Italy), REDCAT (Los Angeles), Harris Lieberman (New York), and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Screenings of Chatkupt's film/video work have been included in programs at numerous venues including MoMA (New York), Centre for Contemporary Art Luigi Pecci (Prato, Italy), Seattle Art Museum, Art Basel Miami Beach Video Lounge, and the PDX Film Fest (Portland, OR). 

 

 

Saturday
Apr252015

BHARAT CARAVAN

Bharat Caravan brings together a unique take on the Indian classical tradition with contemporary musical elements. Ajay Jha’s vocal styling blends gracefully with classic Indian rhythm drumming cycles for a multi-dimensional and sensational sound.  Jha’s ensemble, Hind Tarana, produce arousing tracks that express a depth of passionate influences beautifully seamed together. The Bharat Caravan program brings classical and contemporary sounds of India to the Luckman stage.

Tickets
General: $25, $35, $45
Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20

Tickets available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

Saturday
Apr252015

WORLD ARTS DAY

World Arts Day is designed to give the community an opportunity to experience and interact with various art forms from around the world. Los Angeles is a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, and this dynamic interaction has made it a vibrant and rich community. This year, in collaboration with our community partners, we present the diverse artistic traditions of India.

All events are hands-on, interactive, and free of charge.

Time: 5PM - 9PM

Activities include: 

  • Henna hand painting
  • Incense making
  • Kashmiri box making
  • Rangoli sand art
  • Diwali lantern making
  • Indian Food Truck
  • Bollywood Dancing
  • & more! 

 

FREE! ALL AGES! INTERACTIVE!

Saturday
Mar282015

ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s bold vision – top global choreographers, distinctive revolutionary works, and virtuoso dancers – has fostered a jewel of a dance company in the American West. The company’s pioneering spirit arises from a dual set of home cities: Aspen, nestled in the Rocky Mountains, and Santa Fe, gracing the Southwestern plateau. Now nearly two decades old, the company has been shaping the cultural landscape of these communities and influencing the dance field at large. A European sensibility glossed with American ebullience forges ASFB’s aesthetic, as the company has come to epitomize the contemporary-classical genre.

Tickets
General: $25, $35, $45
Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20

Tickets available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

Saturday
Mar072015

DAVID ORLOWSKY: SOUL OF KLEZMER

 

With inspirations drawn from the Jewish shetls in Eastern Europe, the David Orlowsky's The Soul of Klezmer, is a masterful expansion of the Klezmer folk music tradition. His adaptations and original compositions push creative boundaries offering a unique blend of folk tunes on the clarinet and strings.  Clarinetist David Orlowsky brings a full arsenal of carefully crafted compositions self coined as "world chamber music."

Tickets
General: $25, $35, $45
Cal State L.A. students: $15
Other students: $20

Tickets available via Ticketmaster or the Luckman Box Office

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