Despite a handful of unsatisfied students, the Borders of Diversity Student Conference hosted by the Cross-Cultural Center, College Diversity Initiative, and the English Department was both moving and educational.
She took the stage and had the audience laughing for the next seven minutes. It wasn’t stand-up comedy, but Alexis Arredondo of the PCC Speech and Debate Team.
Share: The sound of voices, strings, horns and percussion flooded the night air earlier this month at the combined orchestra and choral concert in Sexson Auditorium. Follow:
Share: Pi is not a misspelling of that pastry encrusted, fruit-filled dessert or pizza slice that we know and love. Pi is that mathematical enigma that is the endless stream of numbers indicating the circumference of a circle. It is also the base for the art that makes a fractal. Follow:
Share: Friday night’s joint Lancer concert band and chamber singers concert marked the end of this year’s Pamela L. Girard guest artist/masterclass series. Internationally known composer and USC professor Frank Ticheli, the artist in residence, worked with PCC music students over the course of three days, from rehearsing his famous pieces to evaluating students’ original compositions. “What I [liked] about this residency is that it was very comprehensive, I got to work with a whole wide variety of students,” said Ticheli. “I loved … being …
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Share: On a cold, Saturday night at the garage of the Los Angeles College of Music, the student group Level Ground sought to bring LGBT students and churchgoers together in an open dialogue about the intersection of faith, gender, and sexuality through the use of art. Follow:
Share: Live music and chatter filled the air at the opening reception for the exhibit “Jaime Escalante: A Life Con Ganas” on Thursday evening. Follow:
Share: An old fairy tale springs back to life in Disney’s latest reimagining of “Cinderella,” this time as a live action film. Follow:
Share: The 10th annual Pasadena Unified School District student art exhibit “No Boundaries” has now opened in the Shops on Lake and will run from Feb. 27 through March 13 to honor the National arts Education Month in March. From the commencement of the art exhibit, Proud parents in the jam-packed room watched their kids run with excitement to their art piece. Follow: