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2019 – 2020

CFA CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Dear Friends of CFA, It is a pleasure to welcome you to the 2019-2020 College of Communication and Fine Arts (CFA) Events and Performance Season. CFA is a dynamic educational context that brings together the diverse interests of students in communication studies and the performing/critical/aesthetic arts of theatre, dance, music, studio arts, art history, and art therapy. Throughout our year of events you will have the opportunity to see and experience the mission of the university at work in all productions. You will experience how we provide our students with a deep humanistic liberal arts education through literary and dramatic texts both found and created by our students. You will experience the use of performance not only as an expression of craft, but as an embodied search for knowledge, a process of discernment, and a strategic tool that fosters a desire for critical exploration and adventure. You will witness our students and faculty exploring new ways of seeing and knowing the world—both real and imagined. You will see how our students begin to critique and challenge notions of responsible leadership with a commitment to creating a just world. And you will see how our students embrace and celebrate the diverse narratives of differing racial, cultural and gender communities.

Whether through performances in music, theatre or dance, the breathtaking and critical exhibition in the Thomas P. Kelly Jr. Student Art Gallery or our professional Laband Art Gallery; whether through the critical lectures, symposia, and workshops offered in communication studies, including our exciting Communication Arts and Advocacy Program, as well as the socially-conscious and life-transforming work of our graduate program in art therapy, this season of events takes on the task of engaging difficult conversations about universal human experiences in both historical and contemporary contexts. Our students and faculty engage performance as critical cultural studies; and engage critical cultural studies as performed activism. All of this toward building the world in which they want to live. Please join us at the intersections of our art, work, play and scholarship!

Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D. Dean, College of Communication and Fine Arts

OFFICE OF THE DEAN


CALENDAR AT A GLANCE EVENTS BY DATE

EVENTS BY DEPARTMENT

FALL 2019................................................................ 2

ART & ART HISTORY........................................... 6

SPRING 2020 ......................................................... 4

COMMUNICATION STUDIES............................. 10

SUMMER 2020 ...................................................... 5

DANCE...................................................................... 14 LABAND ART GALLERY EXHIBITIONS AND PROGRAMS.................................. 18

MARITAL & FAMILY (ART) THERAPY GRADUATE PROGRAM............................................... 20 MUSIC....................................................................... 22 THEATRE ARTS..................................................... 28 OFFICE OF THE DEAN........................................ 34 Unless noted otherwise, events are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events @LMUCFA

INFORMATION ...................................................... 36 CAMPUS MAP........................................................ 37

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FALL

AUG 2019 AUG 28 Voices of Justice Speaker Series: Alexandria House

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Unless noted otherwise, all events and performances are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

EVENTS BY DATE

SEP 21 – DEC 14 Antonius-Tín Bui Solo Exhibition: Finding Heart (tìm tim) SEP 27: Artist's Lecture (KaleidoLA) SEP 28: Artist's Reception

OCT 18 A Celebration of Music by Virko Baley

SEP 4 Dance Faculty Showing

SEP 27 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

OCT 18 –19 The Haunting of Hannon VII: Dead in the West by Kevin Wetmore

SEP 4 Voices of Justice Speaker Series: The Francisco Homes

SEP 28 Art Therapy Information Session

OCT 19 Music Faculty Recital

SEP 13 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

SEP 28 – 29 Justice on Trial Film Festival

SEP 20 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

OCT 2019 OCT 4 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series OCT 11 –13 & 17 –19 The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht

ART & ART HISTORY

OCT 18 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

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DANCE

LABAND ART GALLERY

MARITAL & FAMILY THERAPY

OCT 23 Beatles for Sam (BTLS4SAM) OCT 25 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series OCT 26 –27 St. Ignatius Dialogues and the Jesuit Cup Debate Tournament

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THEATRE ARTS

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NOV 2019 NOV 1 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series NOV 1 Faculty Violin Recital: Ken Aiso & Valeria Morgovskaya NOV 1 –3 & 6 – 9 The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe NOV 2 Catholic Collegiate Choral Festival NOV 8 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series NOV 9 Faculty Piano Recital: Wojciech Kocyan

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NOV 13 – 16 Antonius-Tín Bui Artist in Residence NOV 15 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series NOV 15 – 17 Crosswords NOV 16 Dance Senior Thesis Concert NOV 16 An Afternoon of World Music and Jazz NOV 17 An Afternoon of Percussion and Strings NOV 17 An Evening of Chamber Music and Opera

NOV 20 – 23 An Evening of Concert Dance NOV 23 Annual Drawing Circus NOV 23 Chamber Concert NOV 23 – 24 Regional Social Justice Debate Tournament NOV 24 Student Soloists Recital

DEC 2019 DEC 5 & 7 Choruses Christmas Gala DEC 6 – 7 Staged Reading: Detained by France-Luce Benson

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SPRING

JAN 2020 JAN 17 – 20 National Social Justice Debate Championship

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JAN 24 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

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JAN 26 21st Annual Concerts of Music for Children

Unless noted otherwise, all events and performances are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

EVENTS BY DATE

JAN 31 – FEB 1 Impulse: A Student-driven Dance Extravaganza! JAN 31 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

FEB 2020 FEB 7 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

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COMMUNICATION STUDIES

DANCE

FEB 8 – 9 Western Lafayette Debate Championship

FEB 23 Voices of Justice Speaker Series: The Francisco Homes

FEB 14 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

FEB 28 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

FEB 15 Faculty Composition Recital: Mark Saya

FEB 28 Faculty Violin Recital: Ken Aiso & Valeria Morgovskaya

FEB 20 – 23 & 27 – 29 In the Heights by Quiara Alegría Hudes

FEB 29 Pacific Southwest Intercollegiate Choral Festival

FEB 21 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series

MAR 2020

FEB 22 Voices of Justice Speaker Series: Alexandria House FEB 22 Faculty Guitar Recital: Martha Masters

LABAND ART GALLERY

MARITAL & FAMILY THERAPY

MAR TBD Graphic Design Senior Show MAR 20 – 22 Sinatra Opera Workshop: Mozart’s The Magic Flute MAR 26 – 29 & APR 1 – 4 She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen MUSIC

THEATRE ARTS

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MAR 27 – 28 16th Annual LMU Guitar Festival

MAR 27: Crazy Nails (Gaelle Solal and Boris Gaquere) MAR 28: Adam del Monte MAR 28: Jeremy Jouve

APR 2020 APR TBD Multimedia Arts Senior Show APR TBD Fine Arts Senior Show APR 3 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series APR 3 Student Composers Recital APR 4 Dance Senior Thesis Concert

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APR 17 KaleidoLA: Art & Art History Speaker Series APR 10 – 11 National Lafayette Debate Championship APR 15 – 18 The Student Dance Concert APR 18 An Afternoon of Chamber Music APR 19 An Afternoon of Percussion and Strings APR 19 An Evening of World Music and Jazz

APR 25 Chamber Concert APR 26 Student Soloists Recital/ Music Awards APR 28 Dance Program Year-End Celebration APR 29 – MAY 2 New Works Festival

SUMMER JUN 2020 Shakespeare on the Bluff: The Tempest JUL 2020 Shakespeare on the Bluff: Henry V AUG 2020 Summer Arts Workshop

MAY 2020 MAY 1 55th Annual Spring Chorale

APR 25 9th Annual Art Therapy Research Symposium

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ART & ART HISTORY

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Nicolas Fahey SEP 20, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Antonius-Tín Bui For updated speaker information, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events or the Department of Art and Art History’s Facebook page @lmustararhs

FALL 2019 KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Justinian Jampol, Ph.D. SEP 13, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Justinian Jampol is Founder and Executive Director of The Wende Museum in Culver City, California. His work focuses on visual cultural studies and the connection between contemporary art and Cold War iconography. A Los Angeles native, Jampol studied at UCLA before earning his doctoral degree in modern history from Oxford University. The curator of several exhibitions, Jampol has also produced two documentary films on the Cold War, as well as urban art programs including The Wall Project.

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SEP 27, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The work of artist Antonius-Tín Bui will be presented at the Laband Art Gallery this Fall, in their West Coast debut. Working across media that includes cut paper, photography, drawing, video and performance, Bui’s artistic practice invites us to consider how multifaceted identities are reflected in today’s culture.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Elena Muslar OCT 4, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Elena Muslar is the Associate Director, Creative Professions and Strategic Initiatives in LMU’s office of Career and Professional Development. She primarily works to enrich students through one-on-one career advisement, workshop implementation, information sessions, employer site visits, and industry panels. Her passions intersect at a crossroads between cultural equity, creative balance, racial justice, and arts entrepreneurship.

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KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Interning Let's Get Real OCT 18, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Current Studio Arts and Art History students will serve as panelists sharing their experiences, both inspirational and challenging, on what it means to intern, and will provide an in depth insight to students as they apply for internships. Moderated by Elena Muslar, Associate Director of Creative Professions and Strategic Initiatives (LMU).

NOV 8, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall York Chang makes conceptually-driven work which considers how collective action is influenced by ambiguity, disorientation, and propaganda. Working across media, he employs strategies of collage, décollage, redaction and interlineation.

SPRING 2020 KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD JAN 24, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Amanda Herring

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Michael Ano

NOV 15, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

JAN 31, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Sharon Sekhorn founded the Studio for Southern California History, a nonprofit dedicated to critically chronicling and disseminating the region's social history in order to foster sense of place.

Amanda Herring is an assistant professor of art history at LMU, with a specialization in Hellenistic Greece. Her current research project examines the superhero Wonder Woman and the manner in which her comics reinterpret and depict Greek myths.

Michael Ano is an artist, curator, and educator. Contemplating the transmission of ideas and its correlative relationship to systems of power, Ano makes alternative platforms for information distribution, exploring how ideas and people connect.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD

Annual Drawing Circus

NOV 1, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

NOV 23, 1 – 3 p.m. Burns 217, Drawing Studio

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Ramesh Srinivasan

The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

Every fall semester, all Drawing Area students participate in the Annual Drawing Circus exhibition. Visiting artists, performers, and LMU drawing and animation faculty give lectures and demonstrations during the event. All are welcome!

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Sharon Sekhon OCT 25, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

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KaleidoLA Speaker Series: York Chang

ART & ART HISTORY

FEB 7, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Author and professor Ramesh Srinivasan studies the relationship between technology, politics and societies across the world.


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KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD

Multimedia Arts Senior Show

FEB 14, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

APR 17, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

APR TBD Thomas P. Kelly, Jr. Student Art Gallery

The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: Lisa Jann

ARTsmart

The multimedia arts emphasis allows students to explore the convergence of communication, art, and technology with the main focus on creative expression and its development across digital media. Senior student work will be featured.

FEB 21, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

FEB TBD Thomas P. Kelly, Jr. Student Art Gallery

The focus of this talk will be inside information about galleries, including how they are managed, and the relationship between galleries and professional artists. Lisa is the managing director of L.A. Louver, a contemporary art gallery.

The mission of ARTsmart is to provide underserved youth an education in the visual arts. Art and Art History students work in teams to develop and teach lessons that incorporate formal art issues, art history, visual culture, social justice issues, and standards-based education.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD FEB 28, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles.

KaleidoLA Speaker Series: TBD APR 3, 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The KaleidoLA Speaker Series provides a context to explore a range of interdisciplinary ideas, intersecting experiences and pathways in the art world and Los Angeles. @LMUCFA

Fine Arts Senior Show APR TBD Thomas P. Kelly, Jr. Student Art Gallery Fine arts emphasis provides students with the opportunity to explore a wide variety of artistic forms of expression, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and photography. Senior student work will be featured.

Graphic Design Senior Show MAR TBD Thomas P. Kelly, Jr. Student Art Gallery Through typography, image making, and visual storytelling, our student graphic designers visualize the issues that permeate our society, and pose innovative solutions with the potential to affect change on a local, national, and global scale. Senior student work will be featured in an exhibition in Spring 2020, including an opening reception.

2019 ARTS SHOWCASE

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Social Justice Debates, 2018

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COMMUNICATION STUDIES For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

FALL 2019 Justice on Trial Film Festival SEP 28 – 29 Loyola Marymount University The Justice on Trial Film Festival speaks to the challenges of people caught up in the judicial system. The film festival projects their voices to counter stereotypes presented by mainstream media, and aims to put a spotlight on injustices in the U.S. prison system. From police abuses to wrongful imprisonment to the impact of incarceration on families, filmmakers make a statement through their cameras. Catch keynote speakers and panels discussing these issues throughout the festival.

The films presented as part of the festival are poignant and thought-provoking, and address the impact of mass incarceration. This festival gives filmmakers, advocates, and those affected a platform to discover the human side of the story and creates an opportunity to project unheard voices to a world deafened by the negative images and stereotypes presented by the media.

2018 TAI CHI WORKSHOP

Co-hosted by the College of Communication and Fine Arts and the Department of Communication Studies, this festival expands on work conducted by the communication studies faculty and students on prison reform. The festival is presented by A New Way of Life, a women’s re-entry organization. More info and to register: www.justiceontrialfilmfestival.net FOLEY 210 LEARNING SPACE

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LMU Communication Arts and Advocacy Program Selected Events The LMU Communication Arts and Advocacy Program (CAAP) is an extension of the Department of Communication Studies, and strives to give students opportunities to strengthen their skills in civic performance, research, rhetoric, teamwork, and leadership by facilitating participation in public discourse, academic debate competition, and service to the debate community. All students are welcome to attend and participate in events. Over the years, CAAP debaters have participated in competitions around the world, providing our students with the opportunity to compete against the best in the world. Below are some of the highlights of the upcoming season. Full schedule available at cfa.lmu.edu/communicationstudies

St. Ignatius Dialogues and the Jesuit Cup Debate Tournament OCT 26 – 27 Loyola Marymount University This event will be hosted by LMU in collaboration with other Jesuit Universities and social justice stakeholders. Focusing on the idea of spiritual discernment, participants will spend service time at the LA Mission and Homeboy Industries to examine first-hand the experience of poverty. The topics for discussion will involve intersections of hunger, homelessness, and Homeboy industries. SOCIAL JUSTICE DEBATES, 2018

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Social Justice Debate Series Regional Debate NOV 23 – 24 Howard University National Championship JAN 17 – 20 Morehouse College LMU has partnered with George Washington University and Morehouse College to develop a series of civic debate conferences which focus on social justice issues and scholarship. The inaugural topics focused on activism, prison reform, speech regulations and detailed the works of Derek Bell, Angela Davis, and Henry Louis Gates, respectively.


Lafayette Debates

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Western Championship FEB 8 – 9 Loyola Marymount University National Championship APR 10 – 11 George Washington University/ French Embassy Washington, D.C. In collaboration with George Washington University and the French Embassy, LMU has developed an international debate experience that focuses on foreign policy and diplomacy. Previous topics have included democracy promotion, climate change, and violent political protest. Winners of the Lafayette tournament are eligible to attend a subsidized tour of the French War College in Paris over the summer.

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DANCE DANCE

FALL 2019 Dance Faculty Showing SEP 4, 7 p.m. Burns Fine Arts 239 Unless noted otherwise, events are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets

An informal showing of LMU Dance Faculty choreography followed by a reception with the artists. “Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here, we should dance.”

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Dance Senior Thesis Concert

AN EVENING OF CONCERT DANCE, 2018

NOV 16, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre An evening of dance choreographed and performed by select senior dance majors. “Life is better when you dance!”

An Evening of Concert Dance NOV 20 – 23, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre LMU’s amazing student performers present the works of world class local, national, and international choreographers. “You don’t stop dancing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop dancing.” Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets @LMUCFA

THE STUDENT DANCE CONCERT, 2018

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SPRING 2020 Impulse: A Student-Driven Dance Extravaganza! JAN 31 – FEB 1, 8 p.m. St. Robert’s Auditorium All bets are off when the faculty step aside and let the students’ imaginations run wild! “Get up and dance…seriously, it feels AWESOME!”

Dance Senior Thesis Concert APR 4, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre An evening of dance choreographed and performed by select senior dance majors. “Dance with me, I want to be your partner, can’t you see?”

The Student Dance Concert APR 15 – 18, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre It’s the student choreographers’ time to shine. Presenting student works curated by the dance faculty and supported by professional lighting, costume and sound designers. “Every time I dance, I turn into a better version of me.” Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets.

Dance Program Year-End Celebration APR 28, 7 p.m. Burns Fine Arts 239 AN EVENING OF CONCERT DANCE, 2018

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Come celebrate the accomplishments of the students, faculty and staff and hear from our graduating seniors as they present their senior thesis projects. “If dance be the food of happiness, dance on!”


DANCE BILL T. JONES VISIT AND LECTURE, 2018

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Antonius-Tín Bui, hand-cut paper portraits, 2019, courtesy of Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX

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LABAND ART GALLERY EXHIBITIONS & PUBLIC PROGRAMS

FALL 2019

SEP 21 – DEC 14, 2019 Laband Art Gallery Artist's Lecture (KaleidoLA) SEP 27, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Artist's Reception SEP 28, 2 – 4 p.m. Laband Art Gallery Artist in Residence NOV 13 – 16 Various @LMUCFA

CONTACT US: cfa.lmu.edu/laband 310.338.2880 Exhibition and program admission is free. Parking is free on weekends.

This fall, the Laband Art Gallery will be presenting the West Coast debut of artist Antonius-Tín Bui. Working across media that includes cut paper, photography, drawing, video and performance, Bui’s artistic practice invites us to consider how multifaceted identities are reflected in today’s culture.

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Antonius-Tín Bui Solo Exhibition: Finding Heart (tìm tim)

GALLERY HOURS: TUE, WED, FRI, SAT 12 – 4 p.m. THUR 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Bui’s larger-than-life, hand-cut paper portrait series is beautifully complex—the work blends the Asian craft tradition of papercutting with a contemporary aesthetic. These portraits also celebrate complex identities. Each one of Bui’s subjects is a queer Asian American Pacific Islander who is part of the artist’s life. In another series called Donrose paper fashion, Bui depicts images of male bodies adorned in majestic-looking, cut-out garments that convey a sense of mystery, beauty and fragility. Bui proudly identifies as a queer, gender-nonbinary, Vietnamese-American artist. Born in 1992 in Bronx, NY, and raised in Houston, TX, Bui received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2016. Their work has been exhibited at various institutional, private, public, and underground venues, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Hillyer Art Space, Lawndale Art Center, Living Arts, 108 Contemporary, Artscape, and Satellite Art Fair Austin.

Antonius-Tín Bui, Untitled, Donrose paper fashion, color photograph, 2016, courtesy of the artist CFA.LMU.EDU

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Summer Arts Workshop, 2018

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MARITAL & FAMILY THERAPY SPRING 2020

SUMMER 2020

Art Therapy Information Session

Art Therapy Faculty Talks

Summer Arts Workshop

SEP 28 McIntosh Center, University Hall 3999

TBD Art Therapy Suite, University Hall 2504

AUG LMU Campus

The faculty of LMU’s Graduate Department in Marital and Family Therapy invites you to an information session on education and training in the field of clinical art therapy. This presentation on the master of arts program will include a question-and–answer period with representatives from our department. For questions and to RSVP contact lori.gloyd@lmu.edu

Faculty talks celebrate full time faculty, part time faculty and art therapy supervisors for their ongoing and potential contributions to an expanded landscape for art therapy scholarship. For dates and speaker information visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

Each summer, alumni and students from the Marital and Family Therapy Department host students from the Dolores Mission School for this week-long workshop, providing arts-based services to address the needs of adolescents at great risk of gang affiliation.

Art Therapy Faculty Talks TBD Art Therapy Suite, University Hall 2504 Faculty talks celebrate full time faculty, part time faculty and art therapy supervisors for their ongoing and potential contributions to an expanded landscape for art therapy scholarship. For dates and speaker information visit cfa.lmu.edu/events @LMUCFA

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9th Annual Art Therapy Research Symposium APR 25 Ahmanson Auditorium, University Hall 1000 MFT Department will highlight the research and endeavors of faculty, students and alumni, while facilitating exploration of arts-based pedagogy and methodology. Registration is required: lori.gloyd@lmu.edu.

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Gala Christmas Concert, 2018

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MUSIC Unless noted otherwise, events are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

Music Faculty Recital

An Afternoon of World Music and Jazz

OCT 19, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

NOV 16, 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Department of Music performance faculty and composers present an evening of classical and new music. Reception to follow.

A variety of works will be heard in a concert presented jointly by the LMU World Music Ensemble and the LMU Jazz Ensemble.

Faculty Violin Recital: Ken Aiso, violin and Valeria Morgovskaya, piano

An Afternoon of Percussion and Strings

NOV 1, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Violin and viola Faculty Ken Aiso and staff pianist Valeria Morgovskaya present a program featuring works by Poulenc, BartĂłk, Ravel, and de Falla.

Catholic Collegiate Choral Festival NOV 2 St. Mary’s College of California

The LMU Percussion and String Ensembles will play a wide-ranging selection of works in this jointly presented concert.

An Evening of Chamber Music and Opera NOV 17, 7:30 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Mixed chamber ensembles, guitar ensembles, and the Sinatra Opera Workshop each present selections from their repertoires.

A Celebration of Music by Virko Baley

The LMU Consort Singers will join with choruses from California's Catholic universities in workshops and a festival concert at St. Mary's College of California. For more information: (310) 338-5154.

OCT 18, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Faculty Piano Recital: Wojciech Kocyan

NOV 23, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

NOV 9, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

The LMU chamber musicians present a highly-varied program of music for strings.

A recital of works by renowned Ukrainian-American composer Virko Baley presented by LMU faculty Veera Khare Asher (soprano), Ken Aiso (violin/viola), Rik Noyce (flute), and Valeria Morgovskaya (piano). @LMUCFA

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FALL 2019

NOV 17, 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Chamber Concert

Vituoso piano faculty Wojciech Kocyan presents his annual recital. Reception to follow. CFA.LMU.EDU

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Student Soloists Recital

Faculty Composition Recital: Mark Saya

NOV 24, 7:30 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

FEB 15, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Advanced music majors selected by the faculty perform selections from their solo repertoires in this honorary concert.

A program of 21st-century works for piano including Just-These Pieces, the Joseph Cornell-inspired Cabinet of Dreams (first performance), and Joshu's Piano Book, featuring texts and illustrations by retired LMU faculty artist Carm Goode.

Choruses Christmas Gala DEC 5 & 7, 8 p.m. Sacred Heart Chapel The Consort Singers and Concert Choir ring in the holidays with sounds of the season. December 5 (open seating) and December 7 (reserved seating). Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets

SPRING 2020 21st Annual Concerts of Music for Children JAN 26, 1 p.m. & 3 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Bring the family for a delightful afternoon of music geared towards children and families at the 21st annual LMU Children's Concerts sponsored by the Sinatra Opera Workshop and featuring dancers from Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company. THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, 2019

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Faculty Guitar Recital: Martha Masters FEB 22, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall World-renowned faculty guitarist Martha Masters presents her annual recital.

Faculty Violin Recital: Ken Aiso, violin and Valeria Morgovskaya, piano FEB 28, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Violin and Viola Faculty Ken Aiso and staff accompanist Valeria Morgovskaya present a program featuring works by Beethoven and others.


Pacific Southwest Intercollegiate Choral Festival FEB 29 Pomona College The LMU Consort Singers join other Southern California collegiate choirs in this annual adjudicated festival concert, hosted in 2020 by Pomona College. For more information: (310) 338-5154.

Sinatra Opera Workshop: Mozart’s The Magic Flute MAR 20 – 21, 8 p.m. MAR 22, 7:30 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Crazy Nails (Gaelle Solal & Boris Gaquere): MAR 27, 8 p.m. Adam del Monte: MAR 28, 3 p.m. Jeremy Jouve: MAR 28, 5 p.m.

Student Composers Recital APR 3, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall New chamber works and film scores written, produced, and performed by composition majors, assisted by additional student musicians. STUDENT RECITAL 2018

An Afternoon of Chamber Music APR 18, 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Mixed chamber ensembles and guitar ensembles present selections from their repertoires.

16th Annual LMU Guitar Festival

An Afternoon of Percussion and Strings

MAR 27 – 28, Various Murphy Recital Hall

APR 19, 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Guitarists from around the world will perform at the 2020 LMU Guitar Festival. Concerts featuring Crazy Nails (Gaelle Solal and Boris Gaquere), Adam del Monte, and Jeremy Jouve will highlight the weekend, which also

The LMU Percussion and String Ensembles will play a wide-ranging selection of works in this jointly presented concert.

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MUSIC

A prince, a princess, rare birds, a fearful dragon - and that special magic that is Mozart's music all combine in the Sinatra Opera Workshop's fanciful production of Mozart's classic comedy The Magic Flute. These English-language performances are sung by students and guest artists in Murphy Recital Hall. Production by Marisa De Silva and Virginia Saya with pianist Wojciech Kocyan.

features a Youth Ensemble Showcase concert with young guitarists from throughout the western United States. There will also be a luthier and vendor faire. The public is welcome. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets

CHILDREN'S CONCERT 2019

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An Evening of World Music and Jazz APR 19, 7:30 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall A variety of works will be heard in a concert presented jointly by the LMU World Music Ensemble and the LMU Jazz Ensemble.

Chamber Concert APR 25, 8 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall The LMU chamber musicians present a highly-varied program of music for strings.

Student Soloists Recital/Music Awards APR 26, 7:30 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Advanced music majors selected by the faculty perform selections from their solo repertoires in this honorary concert. Outstanding graduating senior music majors are recognized for their achievements.

55th Annual Spring Chorale MAY 1, 8 p.m. Sacred Heart Chapel The LMU Choruses, joined by a professional orchestra, present their season finale in a magnificent major works concert. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets

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Unless noted otherwise, events are free of charge and open to the public. For ticketed events visit cfa.lmu.edu/tickets For the latest calendar updates, visit cfa.lmu.edu/events

FALL 2019

The Haunting of Hannon VII: Dead in the West by Kevin Wetmore

The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui by Bertolt Brecht

OCT 18 – 19 Hannon Library

OCT 11 – 13 & 17 – 19, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre

OCT 19 (Family-friendly) Tours begin at 2:00 p.m. Join Samuel Clemens as he guides you on a tour of the ghosts, monsters and horrors of the old (and new) west. Inspired by Mark Twain’s travel writing (the subject of the Hannon Library Special Collections exhibition this fall), LMU Theatre Arts once again haunts the library and promises thrills, chills and screams in the stacks once more. Directed by Neno Pervan.

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Subtitled “A Parable Play,” Brecht’s political satire chronicles the rise of Arturo Ui, a fictional mobster in Chicago in the thirties who attempts to dominate the cauliflower market through violence, fear, intimidation and threats. An allegory for the rise of Adolf Hitler, the play is a stunning and savage indictment of demagoguery. Directed by Jim Holmes. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets.

OCT 18 (Adult version) Tours begin at 8:00 p.m.

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Beatles for Sam (BTLS4SAM) OCT 23, 6 – 10 p.m. Front porch of the Foley building A live performance of music by the Beatles in honor of Sam Wasson, performed by LMU students and friends. Donations accepted to benefit the Sam Wasson Theater Arts Scholarship.

The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe NOV 1 – 3 & 6 – 9, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Barnelle Theatre A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2017, DeLappe’s play begins as an all-girls indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals. Directed by Dana Resnick. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets.

Crosswords NOV 15 & 16, 8 p.m. NOV 17, 7 p.m. Foley Building, Barnelle Theatre A series of scenes and one act plays with professional actors and LMU alums performing in a fundraiser for the Theatre Arts Scholarship Fund.

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Staged Reading: Detained by France-Luce Benson DEC 6 & 7, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Barnelle Theatre A docudrama that explores the rippling impact of mass deportations; based on interviews with immigrants and family members who have been held in immigration detention centers and/or deported; as well as immigration attorneys, a former immigration judge, and an attorney for DHS, among others.

SPRING 2020 In the Heights by Quiara Alegria Hudes FEB 20 – 23 & 27 – 29, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Strub Theatre

MAR 26 – 29 & APR 1 – 4, 8 p.m. Foley Building, Barnelle Theatre A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home in Ohio following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, however, she stumbles into a journey of discovery and action-packed adventure in the imaginary world that was Tilly’s refuge. Directed by Kevin Wetmore. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets

New Works Festival APR 29 – MAY 2, Various Foley Building, Barnelle Theatre Our season closes with the annual performance of new plays written, designed, directed and performed by LMU Theatre Arts students. See the stars and writers of tomorrow - today!

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A celebratory musical from the creator of the award-winning sensation Hamilton: An American Musical, In the Heights narrates the story of three days in Washington Heights in New York City. In this predominantly Latinx neighborhood, a storeowner chronicles the highs and joys, joys and heartbreaks of the community. Music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and book by Quiara Alegría Hudes. Tickets at cfa.lmu.edu/tickets.

She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen

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SUMMER 2020 Shakespeare on the Bluff The Shakespeare on the Bluff Festival returns in Summer 2020 for its third year, with three, free outdoor performances of two plays, both on campus at LMU and in Playa Vista. The festival will begin with performances of The Tempest in June and will end with Henry V in July.

The Tempest JUNE 2020 Shakespeare’s final play celebrates the magic of theatre and the power of forgiveness when a storm brings a ship containing those who wronged him to Prospero’s island.

Henry V JULY 2020 Celebrating the famous victories of the adult Prince Hal, Shakespeare chronicles the history of Henry and his men as they conquer first France and then the heart of its princess. Shakespeare on the Bluff explores war, manhood, ethics and conquest through Shakespeare’s popular history.

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OFFICE OF THE DEAN SPONSORED EVENTS

FALL 2019

SPRING 2020

Voices of Justice Speaker Series: Alexandria House

Voices of Justice Performance: Alexandria House

AUG 28, 2:20 – 3:30 p.m. Ahmanson Auditorium, Uhall 1000

FEB 22, 2 – 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall

Based on dramatized narrative writings from the Voices of Justice class, exploring Administrators and clients from Alexandria House will share their experience with homelessness. Reception to follow in the Atrium.

Homelessness: Dramatized narratives based on resident stories and performed by the Voices of Justice class. Reception to follow in the George A.V. Dunning Courtyard.

Voices of Justice Speaker Series: The Francisco Homes SEP 4, 2:20 – 3:30 p.m. Ahmanson Auditorium, Uhall 1000 Administrators and clients from The Francisco Homes will share their experience with restorative justice. Reception to follow in the Atrium.

FEB 23, 2 – 4 p.m. Murphy Recital Hall Restorative Justice: Dramatized narratives based on resident stories and performed by the Voices of Justice class. Reception to follow in the George A.V. Dunning Courtyard.

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UPDATES Events are subject to change. Visit cfa.lmu.edu/events for updates.

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Access all parking structures via the Main Gate to LMU at the intersection of LMU Drive and Lincoln Boulevard, north of Manchester Avenue and south of Jefferson Boulevard. Life Sciences Parking: Continue up LMU Drive and make a right at Ignatian Circle. Continue through the roundabout and take Ignatian Circle behind the Life Sciences Building to enter the structure on your left. Hannon Parking: Continue up LMU Drive and make a right at Ignatian Circle. Turn right at Loyola Blvd. and the lot will be on the right after Hannon Field. Drollinger Parking: Continue up LMU Drive and turn right at the second stop sign into the lot.

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