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Event Series: Humanities Institute

LAnded: Diaspora and the Southeast Asian Refugee

Humanities Auditorium 1030 columbia ave, claremont

Phung Huynh is a Los Angeles-based artist and educator with a practice in drawing, painting, public art, and community engagement. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has completed public […]

Where the Horizon meets the Earth

Vita Nova 100 Scripps College, Claremont

Virginia Grise will discuss the evolution of her career as a theatre artist, from blu to her most current project, Riding the Currents of the Wilding Wind, inspired by Helena […]

Get Up, Stand up!!!

Balch Auditorium 1030 Columbia Ave., Scripps College, Scripps College, Claremont, United States

Michael McCarty learned storytelling from his mother. And his life has indeed been one heaven of a story to tell: a student activist, Black Panther, US Army martial arts instructor, […]

Body as a Crossroads: “Womb”

Garrison Theater 241 E. 10th Street, Claremont, CA, United States

Scripps Dance and The Humanities Institute Present Body as a Crossroads: "Womb"  “Womb” is a raw and intimate dance piece spearheaded by LA-based dace-maker, Marina Magalhães. “Womb” lives in the […]

Son de Madera Concert Fandanguito to Follow

Margaret Fowler Garden Scripps College, CA, United States

Son de Madera is an artistic group who specializes in the interpretation and composition of one of the traditional musical genres of southern Mexico: the Son Jarocho. Formed in 1992, […]

Great Leap’s FandangObon

Bowling Green Lawn 1030 Columbia Ave, Claremont

FandangObon September 13th, 12pm - 1:30 PM Location: Bowling Green Lawn (in front of Balch Auditorium ) Founded by Nobuko Miyamoto and Quetzal Flores, Great Leap’s FandangObon convenes into one […]

The Womxn Who Rock

Hampton Room 1030 N Columbia Ave., Scripps College, CA, United States

Making Scenes, Building Communities project nurtures collaborations between UW faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, community members, and scholars of gender, race & sexuality in music and social justice movements. Since 2010, […]