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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.

Interdisciplinary Art

“Indigo” celebrates a diversity of artistic practices happening in UC San Diego, and engages audiences with art outside of a traditional gallery setting. The exhibition is on display through February at the Jacobs School of Engineering.

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

Through Feb. 22: gallery@calit2: A Glimmer Exodus Sketchbook

Feb. 1 – 2: Triton Leaders Conference + Celebration

Feb. 1: Monica Bill Barnes & David Wilson Barnes - UC San Diego Theatre & Dance Alumni Talk

Feb. 4: “Vicarious Media: Liveness, Serial Affect, and Fan Mediation in K-pop” (PDF) with guest Michelle Cho

Feb. 4: Hisham Mayet Guest Lecturehisham mayet “PARIS to CALCUTTA & The Photographs Of Charles Duvelle”

Feb. 4: “The Corridors of Berlin: Proximity, Peripherality, and Surveillance in Dovid Bergelson’s Boarding House Stories” (PDF) with guest Marc Caplan

Feb. 4, 11, 25: University Centers x UC San Diego Music Present: Black February

Feb. 5 – 6: Higher Ed Innovators and Disruptors: Social Mobility & Student Success Conference

Feb. 6: Quincy Troupe: Reading & Conversation w/ Anthony Davis

Feb. 6: THE JUDGE: Film Screening and Discussion

Feb. 6: Lunar New Year Celebration

Feb. 6: Music’s WEDS@7 series: Palimpsest, curated by Erik Carlson

Feb. 6: Holocaust Living History Workshop: “49,172: The Rescue of Bulgaria’s Jews”

Feb. 6: An Evening with Ariel Burger (PDF)

Feb. 7: Gilman Bridge Ribbon Cutting and Community Celebration

Feb. 7: “Race and Gentrification” featuring the exhibition “Reclaim! Remain! Rebuild! Posters on Affordable Housing, Gentrification & Resistance”

Feb. 7: The Eugene M. Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society with guest Jose Ignacio Cabezon discussing “What is a Woman? What is a Man? Exploring The Buddhist Sources”

Feb. 8 – 16: Graduate Theatre Production: “Life is a Dream”

Feb. 11: Keeping Your Data Private Online

Feb. 11: “Art and the Ecologies of the Modern Imagination” with guest Fernando Domínguez Rubio (Science Studies Colloquium Series)

Feb. 13: New Writing Series presents Ronaldo Wilson

Feb. 13: Music’s WEDS@7 series: Michael Nicolas and Aleck Karis

Feb. 14: Soiree for Music Lovers

Feb. 15: “UniverCities: How Higher Education is Transforming Urban America” (JPEG) with guest Davarian Baldwin

Feb. 15 – 16: Ethics and Policy Implications of Algorithms and Big Data

Feb. 20: Music’s WED@7 series: Charles Curtis, cello

Feb. 20: Visual Arts Graduate Lecture Series: Whitney Hubbs

Feb. 20: New Writing Series presents Kate Bernheimer

Feb. 20: Deregulation by Code with guest Sumandro Chattapadhyay

Feb. 20: “Should Physicians Ever Challenge Patients’ Values?” (Biomedical Ethics Series)

Feb. 21: Recruitment Fair @ Ignite 2019

Feb. 21: Annual Ranglas Lecture: “Up Close and Personal: Gods and Mortals in Classical Athenian Art” with guest H. Alan Shapiro

Feb. 22: Philosophy Colloquium Series guest Voula Tsouna: “Is Virtue a Form of Techne? The Case of Plato’s Charmides”

Feb. 22 – March 2: Graduate Theatre Production: “The Misanthrope”

Feb. 23: Black History Month Scholarship Brunch

Feb. 27: Music’s WEDS@7 series: Steven Schick, solo percussion

Feb. 27: Holocaust Living History Workshop: “Defiance and Protest: Forgotten Acts of Individual Jewish Resistance”

Feb. 27 – March 2: Undergraduate Theatre Production: “Classical Women”

Feb. 28: Ephrat Asherie Dance | Odeon

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