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Start: Fri Oct 12th 9:00am

End: Sat Oct 13th 11:30pm

FRIDAY Admission (One-Day Pass)
$50.00

Start: Fri Oct 12th 9:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 11:30pm

SATURDAY Admission (One-Day Pass)
$50.00

Start: Sat Oct 13th 9:00am

End: Sat Oct 13th 11:30pm

Alumnx Admission (Two-Day Pass)
$65.00

Start: Fri Oct 12th 9:00am

End: Sat Oct 13th 11:30pm

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Friday Night: The Speakeasy Society's "The Kansas Collection: Chapter 1"
$15.00

The Kansas Collection: Chapter 1 is a timed immersive experience, so your prompt arrival at the time you select is crucial. After you select a quantity, specify the showtime and repeat the number of tickets needed including yourself. Note: limit of one timed experience per person.

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Friday Class Visits

Enter the number of people who wish to attend classes under quantity. Then a list of available classes will appear from which you can select specific classes you will attend. Be sure to indicate how many people in your party including yourself will attend which classes.

Voice (Theater)

• INSTRUCTOR: Rafael Lopez-Barantes • LOCATION: E106 (Main Building) • VISITORS: Please enter and exit class quietly. • DESCRIPTION: Liberation of the natural voice from tension and defenses through various exercises.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 12:00pm

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Aza Talking Drum Ensemble

• INSTRUCTOR: Andrew Grueschow • LOCATION: B200 (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: Music of the Dagomba people of Northern Ghana. Students will play the talking drum (lunga), and bass drum (gon-gon) that are the primary instruments of the ensemble.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

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Balinese Dance (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Nanik & Nyoman Wenten • LOCATION: A114 (Main Building) • COURSE DESCRIPTION: Instruction in the traditional dances of Bali

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 7:00pm

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Balinese Flute Ensemble (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Nanik & Nyoman Wenten • LOCATION: A114 (Main Building) • COURSE DESCRIPTION: Training in Balinese flute playing sixteen various-sized bamboo flutes accompanied by percussion instruments

Start: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 3:00pm

BFA 2 Acting Studio (Theater)

• INSTRUCTOR: Daniel Passer • LOCATION: Butler Building 2 A • DESCRIPTION: The mission of the BFA II Acting Studio is to shift actors' attention to the world of language and heightened text, to get language into the mouth and body of the actor using disciplines of text as well as improvisation.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 3:00pm

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Ceramics (Art)

• INSTRUCTOR: Karen Atkinson • LOCATION: Ceramics Studio (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: Students learn both technically and conceptually through hands-on experience.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

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Choreographers & Composers (Dance & Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: David Rosenboom & Dimitri Chamblas • LOCATION: Lund • DESCRIPTION: Seminar investigating collaborative possibilities between dance makers and music/sound makers. In developing ways of supporting and challenging each others' creative processes, students will be able to develop the clarity, range and responsiveness of their own artistic voices. (50 Remaining)

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 3:00pm

Cinematic Elixirs (Theater)
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• INSTRUCTOR: Lewis Klahr • LOCATION: E314 (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: An eclectic hopscotch through the length and breadth of film history. Narrative and experimental, silence and sound, the purple and the prosaic, melodrama and realism, the maximal and the minimal, the blunt and the mysterious.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

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Concert Production I (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: John Baffa • LOCATION: B302 • DESCRIPTION: Concert production concepts and practice.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

Experimental Music Post-Cage (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Michael Pisaro • LOCATION: B318 • DESCRIPTION: The explosion of experimental music in the mid-20th century to the 1990s.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

Experimental Music Workshop I (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Michael Pisaro • LOCATION: the Wild Beast • COURSE DESCRIPTION: Examination of works that explore fundamental questions about musical perception.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 12:00pm

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Filmmaking Fundamentals (Film/Video)

• INSTRUCTOR: James Benning • LOCATION: A116 • VISITORS: Please arrive at 1PM and only leave class during natural places to break so as not to interrupt. • DESCRIPTION: An investigation of aesthetics inherent to low cost production equipment.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

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Intonation Workshop I (Music)

INSTRUCTOR: Wolfgang Von Schweinitz • LOCATION: B312 • DESCRIPTION: Experimental hands-on tuning workshop with instrument and computer sounds to expand analytical hearing capabilities and explore sonorities of microtonal just intonation and methods for refining tuning.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

Javanese Dance - Men (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Nyoman Wenten • LOCATION: A114 (Main Building) • COURSE DESCRIPTION: Instruction in the traditional dance techniques of Indonesia

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 3:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

Javanese Dance - Women (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Nanik Wenten • LOCATION: A114 (Main Building) • COURSE DESCRIPTION: Instruction in the traditional dance techniques of Indonesia

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 5:00pm

Jazz Faculty Ensemble (Music) Johnson

• INSTRUCTOR: Alphonso Johnson • LOCATION: B319 • VISITORS: Please save questions for the end of the session. • DESCRIPTION: Performance of ensemble works written for small jazz groups, led by Alphonso Johnson.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 12:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

Jazz Faculty Ensemble (Music) Novros

• INSTRUCTOR: Paul Novros • LOCATION: B319 • DESCRIPTION: Performance of ensemble works written for small jazz groups, led by Paul Novros.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 6:00pm

Motion 1 (Art)

• INSTRUCTOR: Jaime Van Wart • LOCATION: MacLab (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: This studio class is comprised of a series of short projects or prompts. Students learn the skills necessary to make work at several of the key stages involved in creating short motion graphics pieces: ideation, narrative, storyboards, animatics, and production/animation.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

Movement (Theater) 11AM Nikolchev

• INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Nikolchev • LOCATION: E407 (Main Building) • VISITORS: Please enter and exit class quietly. • DESCRIPTION: This class will explore movement techniques and approaches from a variety of sources and will expand the student's knowledge of the movement world in general.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 12:00pm

Movement (Theater) 1PM

• INSTRUCTOR: Anthony Nikolchev • LOCATION: E197 • VISITORS: Please enter and exit class quietly. • DESCRIPTION: This class will explore movement techniques and approaches from a variety of sources and will expand the student's knowledge of the movement world in general.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 3:30pm

Non-Tonal Theory (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Robert Wannamaker • LOCATION: B318 • DESCRIPTION: Modern Western musical structures: extended harmonic relations, pitch-class set theory, serialism, indeterminacy, process, and extended tuning systems.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

Partnering (Dance)

• INSTRUCTOR: Glen Eddy • LOCATION: A201 (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: Selections from contemporary repertoire with emphasis on in-depth study of the basics of partner work

Start: Fri Oct 12th 12:15pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 1:30pm

Pre-Production/Visualization (Film/Video)

• INSTRUCTOR: Janice Tanaka • LOCATION: Langley • DESCRIPTION: Explore concept development through story analysis and conceptual and visceral intent of your vision as it is affected by camera choice, film grammar, environment, and analyzing space, light, sound, and choreography of movement.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

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Professional Practice (Art)

• INSTRUCTOR: Beth Elliott • LOCATION: A107i (Main Building) • COURSE DESCRIPTION: From contracts to job negotiation, course covers essentials for contemporary professional practice. Class includes guests and field trips to various LA design studios and printers.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 12:00pm

Skills for Visualization (Art)

• INSTRUCTOR: Joyce Lightbody • LOCATION: A113 • DESCRIPTION: A workshop in fundamental color theory; including basic color perception and vocabulary. Exercises focus on color mixing, color harmony and color contrast.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

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Speech (Theater) 3:30PM

• INSTRUCTOR: Dwight Bacquie • LOCATION: F100A • VISITORS: If not staying for the whole class, please depart during the break taken roughly at the halfway point of the class. • DESCRIPTION: Intensifies the study of the International Phonetic Alphabet as well as the practice of transcription, sound production and execution of Good Speech, in the tradition of Edith Skinner. Students become familiar with Classic American Stage Speech.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 3:30pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 5:00pm

Tonal Skills D (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Marc Lowenstein • LOCATION: B324 (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: Ear training and basic musicianship skills related to comprehension of tonal relationships in music including intervallic, harmonic and melodic comprehension and fundamental rhythmic skills.

Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

TRIG: Electronic Percussion (Music)

• INSTRUCTOR: Amy Knoles • LOCATION: A300 • DESCRIPTION: Hands-on workshops exploring the possibilities for percussionists performing with electronic controllers via computer music software, processors, sampling and loop based performance.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 2:00pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 4:00pm

Undergraduate Critique (Film/Video)

• INSTRUCTOR: Janice Tanaka • LOCATION: Langley (Main Building) • DESCRIPTION: Forum for undergraduates to produce and present work in various stages of pre- and post-production for group discussion and critique.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 11:00am

End: Fri Oct 12th 1:00pm

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Voice for Dancers 1 (Dance)

• INSTRUCTOR: Rafael Lopez-Barrantes • LOCATION: A200 • VISITORS: Please remove shoes prior to entering the classroom. • DESCRIPTION: Discover, develop and strengthen the role of the voice in the dancer's body as it translates to text and singing.

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Start: Fri Oct 12th 1:30pm

End: Fri Oct 12th 3:00pm