Monday, April 22

courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

	Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.

Hammer Museum’s “˜Materializing the Immaterial’ panel to discuss funerary practices

Head held high and camera in hand, L.A. artist T. Kelly Mason walks deliberately past rows of writers, directors and actors. He takes a few shots without their permission, not caring if he catches their good side, or even any side of them at all. Read more...

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courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.

courtesy of T. KELLY MASON

	Tonight, Los Angeles artist T. Kelly Mason, along with two other speakers, will be leading a panel discussion titled "Materializing the Immaterial," which will address early 21st-century funerary practices and the differing methods of remembrance that follow.

Maddie Schwarz's performance is inspired by the tonic neuron, also known as the metronome neuron because it keeps a constant beat. Schwarz's piece is part of the world arts and cultures/dance Senior Honors Project.

“˜Point(s) of Contact’ celebrates students’ yearlong journey

Maddie Schwarz read about a cell called the tonic neuron that keeps a constant beat; sometimes it is even referred to as a metronome neuron because it sets the pace for the cells around it. Schwarz saw the neuron as a metaphor for tap dancing, and it eventually inspired a dance piece that she will perform today and Saturday. Read more...

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Maddie Schwarz's performance is inspired by the tonic neuron, also known as the metronome neuron because it keeps a constant beat. Schwarz's piece is part of the world arts and cultures/dance Senior Honors Project.

Maddie Schwarz's performance is inspired by the tonic neuron, also known as the metronome neuron because it keeps a constant beat. Schwarz's piece is part of the world arts and cultures/dance Senior Honors Project.



Actors reenact the story of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American who was beaten to death by two white men in Detroit, Mich., in 1982. This Saturday, the Chinese American Culture Night will be titled "Catalyst," based on Chin's story. There will be dances, music and other cultural performances.

Chinese American Culture Night features Clara Chung, honors cultural identity

The show "Catalyst" is based on a Chinese man, Vincent Chin, whose death in the 1980s as a result of a hate crime sparked outcries in the Asian American community. Read more...

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Actors reenact the story of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American who was beaten to death by two white men in Detroit, Mich., in 1982. This Saturday, the Chinese American Culture Night will be titled "Catalyst," based on Chin's story. There will be dances, music and other cultural performances.

Actors reenact the story of Vincent Chin, a Chinese American who was beaten to death by two white men in Detroit, Mich., in 1982. This Saturday, the Chinese American Culture Night will be titled "Catalyst," based on Chin's story. There will be dances, music and other cultural performances.


UNIVERSAL STUDIOS

Theater Review: "Good People"

Growing up is already a difficult process, but when no one is there to help guide or protect, the odds of succeeding become very slim. Such is the situation for blue-collar, South Boston native Margaret "Margie" Walsh in David Lindsay-Abaire's "Good People." Read more...

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UNIVERSAL STUDIOS

UNIVERSAL STUDIOS


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