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Events that Serve the Community

The UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities is committed to serving the campus community, as well as the greater San Diego community, with programs that push boundaries, challenge expectations, and drive innovation. Our programs help others understand the human condition and improve the common good by targeting excellence and articulating the distinctiveness of the arts and humanities at UC San Diego.

Featured Events

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Dec. 3 | Book Launch

Celebrate the launch for Department of History professor Edward J. Watts, “Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell into Tyranny”

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Dec. 7 | INDIGO

INDIGO, an interdisciplinary art exhibition, celebrates a diversity of interdisciplinary artistic practices at UC San Diego

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Through Dec. 8 | Theater

“A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes” directed by Vanessa Stalling runs through Dec. 8

View a Selection of this Month's Events from Across Campus

Nov. 30 – Dec. 8: “A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes,” a graduate theater production

Dec. 1: The Stuart Collection artist talk with Mark Bradford

Dec. 1: Department of Music Undergraduate Forum concert

Dec. 1: Tonia Jo Hall comedy performance at Price Center Theater

Dec. 3: Sovereign Science, Laggard Law: Ethics, Deliberation and Governance at the Frontiers of Human Biology, a Science Studies Program colloquium event

Dec. 3: Book launch for History professor Edward Watts, “Mortal Republic: How Rome Fell into Tyranny” (PDF)

Dec. 3: Undergraduate Vocal Masterclass concert

Dec. 3 – 7: Dadum, an exhibition by Visual Arts MFA candidate Jon Paden

Dec. 3: Improvisors’ Ensemble with Mark Dresser

Dec. 4: Seminar in Live Computer Music

Dec. 4 – 6: Full-On: An Exhibition from Visual Arts 80 Studio Majors

Dec. 4 – 30: “The Year to Come” at the La Jolla Playhouse, directed by Theatre and Dance alumni Anne Kauffman

Dec. 5: Introduction to Composition class concert

Dec. 5: World Music students Indian Classical Music performance

Dec. 5: Cultural Heritage Engineering lecture with Alfonso Ippolito and Carlo Bianchini from the University of Rome

Dec. 6 – 7: The Lake and The Lake: Thesis screenings from Visual Arts MFA student Sindhu Thirumalaisamy

Dec. 7: INDIGO, an interdisciplinary art exhibition opening reception

Dec. 11: Finals Destress: Therapy Fluffies Extravaganza

Dec. 12: Process Palooza

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