Students from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music share how they are performing their junior and senior recitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, changing this once in-person performance into a pre-recorded experience.
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Zoom performances and dancing at home: The Department of Dance’s virtual semester proves tricky for students
As the fall semester comes to an end, dance majors share how their virtual semester challenged them to continue performing and learning despite setbacks.
In the midst of the pandemic, performing arts ensembles like Studio Orchestra continue to grapple with the absence of live performance while using new methods of performance.
The first Long Beach Black Dance Festival started on Aug. 9, a week-long event created by The CRay Project for the Black community to celebrate their work as dancers and performers on a stage of their own, highlighting how dance is an artform that can be used to educate and make powerful statements.
The pandemic has caused the live events industry to face widespread wage reductions and job losses due to the cancellation of live events and venue closures. On Sept. 1, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center took to Twitter to bring attention to the cause.
Three students from the College of the Arts explain how virtual learning worked for them last semester, how it challenged them this summer and their hopes for fall semester despite new teaching conditions.
The play is simple, weird, but amazingly thought out as it stresses the importance that human hands have in people’s lives.
California Repertory opens their fall 2019 season with Mud, a portrait of ignorance, poverty and desperation. Written by Maria Irene Fornes, Mud is “an unflinching look at rural poverty and the quest for self improvement against all odds.”
The university’s largest student-run cultural event invites all to celebrate Filipino culture.