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Irvine Barclay Theatre: H.M.S. Pinafore by the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Irvine Barclay Theatre: H.M.S. Pinafore by the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players

Comedy, Concert, Musical

The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players’ production of H.M.S. Pinafore is musical satire at its best! Ride a wave of music and laughter as romantic sailors, sisters, cousins, and aunts sing and dance their way across the deck of a fanciful British naval vessel with an improbable name. The very proper Captain Corcoran and ridiculously pompous Sir Joseph Porter preside, the villainous Dick Deadey...

2/1/2023

7:30pm

Private Location ...


Dreamtime™ | Artist Talk with Jane and Louise Wilson

Dreamtime™ | Artist Talk with Jane and Louise Wilson

Art, Exhibit

Jane and Louise Wilson will present on their installations in CAC Gallery. Dreamtime™ Exhibit Narrative: The Cold War is dead. Long live the Cold War. If the year 1989—the demarcation at the end of a divided Europe between the Western and Russian influence—is the horizon or hinge between the political era of the Cold War 1970s and the post-political era of the neoliberal 20th and 21st ...

2/6/2023

12:00pm

Private Location ...


Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord

Kristina Wong, Sweatshop Overlord

COVID-19, Comedy, Activism, Art, Writing

Do you remember the terrible mask shortage at the beginning of the COVID pandemic? Did you know about the anonymous heroes and heroines who sewed masks for medical workers and firefighters? Not only did Kristina Wong found a sewing team of volunteers—Aunties’ Sewing Squad (ASS) to produce masks for aid workers, she also created a hilarious solo performance about her sewing experience, which is ...

2/6/2023

12:00pm

Humanities Gatewa...


Visiting Artist Lecture Series:  Artists Leigh Ledare and Paul McCarthy in Conversation

Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Artists Leigh Ledare and Paul McCarthy in Conversation

Art, Conversation, Creative Arts

Visiting Artist Lecture Series Organized by Rhea Anastas and the first year MFA cohort Paul McCarthy (b. 1945, raised Salt Lake City), lives and works in Los Angeles. For 18 years, McCarthy taught performance, video, installation, and art history in the New Genres Department at UCLA, where he influenced future generations of west coast artists. McCarthy has exhibited performance, installatio...

2/9/2023

6:30pm

Private Location ...


Irvine Barclay Theatre:  The Blind Boys of Alabama with Special Guest Charlie Musselwhite (Students Only)

Irvine Barclay Theatre: The Blind Boys of Alabama with Special Guest Charlie Musselwhite (Students Only)

Gospel, Rhythm and Blues, Spirituals

“Gospel Titans” – Rolling Stone Winners of five Grammy Awards, The Blind Boys of Alabama are living legends who continue setting the standard for gospel music. Coming of musical age while touring the South during the Jim Crow era, the Blind Boys developed a unique sound blending the close harmonies of early jubilee gospel with the charismatic tradition’s fervent improvisations. With a sou...

2/10/2023

8:00pm

Irvine Barclay Th...


Irvine Barclay Theatre: Cyrille Aimée (Students Only)

Irvine Barclay Theatre: Cyrille Aimée (Students Only)

Jazz

“A buoyant blend of Gallic charm, irrepressible joie de vivre and Gypsy-inspired verve.” —Jazz Times Born and raised in France, but now living and working in New Orleans, Grammy nominated vocalist Cyrille Aimée is a new generation of jazz royalty. After winning the Montreux Jazz Festival Vocal Competition and the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, Aimée was chosen by Stephen...

2/11/2023

8:00pm

Private Location ...


International Film Club: A Taste of Honey (1961)

International Film Club: A Taste of Honey (1961)

Comedy, Film, Film Production, Film Screening, Filmmaking

Actor and Comedian John Early and Professor Catherine Liu present A Taste of Honey (1961) for the UCI International Film Club, followed by Q&A. Taste of Honey is a 1961 British film adaptation of the 1958 play of the same name by Shelagh Delaney. Delaney wrote the screenplay with director Tony Richardson, who had directed the play on the stage. It is an exemplar of a gritty genre of British...

2/22/2023

7:00pm

McCormick Screen...


Sixth Annual Poetry Symposium: Healing & Hope Through Diverse Journeys

Sixth Annual Poetry Symposium: Healing & Hope Through Diverse Journeys

Poetry, Reading And Writing, Diversity, Humanities

We are pleased to announce the Sixth Annual Poetry Symposium: Healing and Hope Through Diverse Journeys, which will be held on Thursday, February 23, 2023, from 6 PM to 8 PM. The symposium’s overall theme will be: The impact of racism in all its expressions on healthcare providers and outcomes.” This year’s symposium features poems that explore the effects of racism in all its forms. Work...

2/23/2023

6:00pm

Online Event


Transmedia Transgender Storytelling as Radical Action: A Conversation Between Cat Blackard and Theresa Jean Tanenbaum (Hybrid Event)

Transmedia Transgender Storytelling as Radical Action: A Conversation Between Cat Blackard and Theresa Jean Tanenbaum (Hybrid Event)

Activism, Diversity, LGBTQ

In this Illuminations event, we explore the power of digital narrative and autobiography to provide insight into the lived experiences of vulnerable people by centering the voices of two transgender, transmedia storytellers.

2/27/2023

5:30pm

Private Location ...


Voices of Family Medicine Photo-Narrative Exhibition

Voices of Family Medicine Photo-Narrative Exhibition

medicine, Healthcare, Public Health

Healing Through Humanities (HtH), a UCI undergraduate-run organization, is excited to share our photo-narrative project, "Voices of Family Medicine," a collaboration with UCI Family Health Center and the Department of Family Medicine. This project showcases the diverse array of services provided in family medicine through documentation of day-to-day patient-physician interactions. The exhibitio...

2/27/2023

6:00pm

UCI Student Cente...