The renowned saxophonist performed Tuesday evening for USC Visions & Voices.
The esteemed choreographer and dancer joined USC as a faculty member in Fall 2015.
The show will consist of the original movie accompanied by live actors.
The program, spearheaded by Professor Ruth Weisberg, brings Israeli artists to campus.
Panelists focused on past and current racial profiling in the city’s various communities.
Artist and alumna Kina Grannis ‘07, returns to USC Tuesday for a peformance to support the arts and the hapa community.
The Visions and Voices event will tackle food security, an issue for many communities.
The Godmother of Punk talks to students about her artistic ability and process.
More and more, young people seem to prefer large-scale events with many artists, producers and DJs as opposed to smaller concerts featuring one or few headliners. As music festivals in American youth culture continue to grow in popularity, USC looks to explore the growing trend with “Music Festivals: Creating New Communities for a New Generation” […]