March 20 - March 30
Location: Everett Gee Jackson Gallery, School of Art and Design
Political cartoons by former Daily Aztec editorial cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz.
Location: West Commons 220
A panel discussion with award-winning nationally-syndicated editorial cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz; actor, writer, visual artist, SDSU artist-in-residence Herbert Siguenza; artist, curator and professor Alessandra Moctezuma; Chicano literary theorist, cultural critic and SDSU professor William Nericcio (moderator).
Location: ENS 200
Time: 2 - 3:15 p.m.
A conversation that looks at how concepts and actions of "queering" can guide art practices, allowing for disorientation, questioning, and reconsideration throughout the process.
Location: Smith Recital Hall
Time: 6:00 p.m.
An exploration of gender expression as seen through the lens of the arts, with a focus on performances in Indonesian music and dance.
Location: Prebys Theater
Oh My Gong! Is a one-day festival celebrating Indonesian music and performing arts and exploring the connection between musical and cultural diversity.
Location: Hepner Hall 130
Time: 11:00 a.m.
A panel conversation that explores how art can depict a synthesis of cruelty and hope. Inspired by the script and SDSU performance of Cabaret, the interdisciplinary panel includes members of the production's creative team and members of the SDSU Antisemitism Task Force.
April 28 - May 04
Location: Dramatic Arts Mainstage
Time: 7:30pm (Sunday 2pm matinee)
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome... to Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s legendary musical about British nightclub singer Sally Bowles, American writer Cliff Bradshaw, and the decadence of 1929 Berlin.