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Deep Read San Diego Salon

Stone Brewing Liberty Station 2816 Historic Decatur Rd UNIT 116, San Diego, CA, United States

Join fellow Deep Readers for a special event at Stone Brewing in Liberty Station on May 15, 2023, to discuss this year's Deep Read book: Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future by Pulitzer Prize-winning science journalist Elizabeth Kolbert. We'll learn about the stark changes taking place in the world and explore the […]

Opus Cope: Screening and Dialogue

DARC 108 Humanites 1 University of California, Santa Cruz Cowell College, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Filmmaker Jae Shim screens his award-winning documentary Opus Cope: An Algorithmic Opera which celebrates the groundbreaking work of algorithmic composer David Cope (UCSC emeritus Professor) and the profound ways in which humans and machines (AI) can be creative. David Cope has been a firm believer that creativity is everywhere, and his work reflects these values of compassion and understanding, where humans and […]

Crossing Borders – An Evening of Philosophical Discussion

Institute of the Arts and Sciences 100 Panetta Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Large and small, visible and hidden, borders weave in and out of our lives along varied dimensions. Some we can see, many we cannot. Some we celebrate, others confine us. Some we are aware of, many remain undiscovered. There are political borders and national borders; psychological, social, scientific, and biological borders. What are borders? Can […]

Santa Cruz County History Fair

Felton Community Hall 6191 Highway 9, Felton, CA, United States

Celebrate Santa Cruz County's diverse history by connecting with local historical and cultural organizations and groups. Enjoy hands-on activities, artifacts, photographs, publications, and more. Between 20 and 30 local museums, historians, historical societies, and other groups will have displays and activities.  Presented by the San Lorenzo Valley History Museum. Co-sponsored by the Felton Community Hall […]

Linguistics Colloquia: Argyro Katsika

Humanities 1, Room 202

Argyro Katsika, UC Santa Barbara Over the course of each year, the Linguistics department hosts colloquia by distinguished faculty from around the world. For full speaker and event information, please visit:

The Miriam Ellis International Playhouse (MEIP XXI)

Stevenson Event Center

Cowell College, Stevenson College and the Department of Languages and Applied Linguistics will present the 21st season of the Miriam Ellis international Playhouse (MEIP XXI), May 12, 13, and 14, at 7:00 PM in the Stevenson  Event Center at UCSC. The program of fully-staged multilingual performances in French, Japanese, and Spanish, with English supertitles, will […]

Transnational Turns and the Future of China Studies

Virtual and In Person

What does it mean to do China studies at this global conjuncture? What has “transnational” got to do with it, why now, and why again? What future promises and possibilities can it still bring? This two-day workshop featuring multi-disciplinary scholars of China and Chinese studies, as well as a conversation with Rey Chow, Duke University, […]

Future Ancestral Technologies Exhibition Opening

Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History

Future Ancestral Technologies is an exhibition by Cannupa Hanska Luger with mixed-media sculpture, regalia, and video, all based in myth, science fiction, and Indigenous futurism. Science fiction has the power to shape collective thinking and serves as a vehicle to imagine the future on a global scale. Cannupa Hanska Luger’s Future Ancestral Technologies is Indigenous […]

Creating Art in/with Community: A Conversation with Josúe Rojas and Professor John Jota Leaños

The Institute of the Arts & Sciences Gallery 100 Panetta Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Join us for a public conversation at the Institute of the Arts and Sciences between artist Josúe Rojas and Professor John Jota Leaños (Executive Committee of the Dolores Huerta Research Center for the Americas). Josué Rojas is a Salvadoran-American artist from the Bay Area who has done murals throughout the country. Exploring subjects such as […]

Living Writers – Ryan Eckes

Humanities Lecture Hall Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Ryan Eckes is a poet from Philadelphia. He recently finished writing a book called General Motors about labor and the influence of public and private transportation on city life. Other books include Valu-Plus and Old News (Furniture Press 2014, 2011). His poetry can be found in Tripwire, Slow Poetry in America Newsletter, Public Pool, and […]