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Saturday, Apr 20
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
10:00 AM Womens International Film Festival
11:30 AM San Diego Student Shakespeare Festival
7:00 PM Ecstatic World Fusion Concert
8:00 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Nine
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Sunday, Apr 21
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
2:00 PM Stage: Sweat
2:00 PM Stage: Nine
2:00 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Monday, Apr 22
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
6:00 PM Talk: U.S.-Mexico Relations and Trans-border Issues
Tuesday, Apr 23
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
12:00 PM Discussion: Demystifying Diversity
1:00 PM Film: Bye Bye Germany
3:00 PM Film: Diplomacy
7:00 PM Film: Nureyev
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
8:00 PM Film: Formentera Lady
Wednesday, Apr 24
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
8:00 PM Music: Mokoomba
Thursday, Apr 25
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
10:00 AM Workshop: Italia for Travelers with Paola Baracco
3:00 PM Indigo Dye Shibori Workshop
6:00 PM Ignite & Activate San Diego Summit
7:00 PM Music: Aterciopelados & Los Amigos Invisibles
7:30 PM Film: Roma Città Aperta (Rome Open City)
7:30 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Friday, Apr 26
All Day Ignite & Activate San Diego Summit
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
12:30 PM Talk: Immigrant Resistance in the Deportation Nation
7:00 PM Opera Celebration Concert
7:30 PM The Diary of Anne Frank
8:00 PM Film: Wings of Desire
8:00 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Nine
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Saturday, Apr 27
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
10:00 AM 33rd Annual Linda Vista Multicultural Fair & Parade
10:00 AM Art: Little Saigon Stories
10:00 AM Bonsai Spring Show
10:00 AM International Mobile Film Festival
10:00 AM Chase the Spring: Qing Ming Event
11:00 AM Little Italy ArtWalk
12:00 PM Hanamatsuri Celebration
12:00 PM Tequila and Taco Music Festival
1:00 PM Claudia Lyra: Brazilian Folktales and Music
2:00 PM House of Finland Lawn Program
6:00 PM Filipino Pamana Concert
7:00 PM Music: Parisa and Hamnavazan
7:30 PM Music: Pandit Kartik
7:30 PM The Diary of Anne Frank
8:00 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Nine
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
10:30 PM Exhibit: Feeding A Thousand Souls
Sunday, Apr 28
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
10:30 AM Film: Pünktchen & Anton
11:30 AM Sake 101
2:00 PM Stage: Nine
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
7:30 PM The Diary of Anne Frank
Monday, Apr 29
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
12:00 PM 29th Annual Multicultural Earth Day
Tuesday, Apr 30
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
7:00 PM Witches' Night: An Exploration of Witches in Pop-Culture
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Wednesday, May 1
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
2:30 PM Debunking Myths: Migration, Criminalization of the Border. . .
6:30 PM Film: Angels Are Made of Light
7:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Thursday, May 2
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
7:30 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Friday, May 3
All Day Ongoing and Extended Events
4:00 PM Cinco de Mayo Old Town
8:00 PM Stage: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui
8:00 PM Stage: The Servant of Two Masters
8:00 PM Stage: Nine
8:00 PM Stage: Sweat
Calendar

< Thursday, February 7, 2019 >


3:00 PM Talk: Women Crossing Borders in Southern Africa A lecture by Professor Lorna Lueker-Zukas, Co-Director of the Sociology Program, National University. Refreshments will be served. Visitor parking is available in the Hopkins Parking Structure.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Social Science Building, #101
U.C. San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive
San Diego, CA 92093
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Thursday, February 7 - 3:00 PM to 4:50 PM

For more information, please contact the African and African-American Studies Research Center (AAASRC) at (858) 822-0265 or email bjulesro@ucsd.edu.
4:00 PM Lecture: Mapping the Mayan Underworld The Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative at UC San Diego brings the power of student-driven engineering to the study and preservation of monuments, historic structures, archaeological sites, art and other artifacts. CHEI has created a comprehensive methodology and toolbox - integrating instruments for data collection, processing, analysis, visualization, and dissemination, with expertise in field deployment, training, and outreach.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Calit2 Theater, Atkinson Hall
U.C. San Diego
9500 Gilman Dr.
La Jolla, CA 92093
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Thursday,February 7 - 4:00 PM

For more information, please visit: www.ucsdevent.edu
5:30 PM Art Exhibit Opening Reception: Remain! Reclaim! Rebuild! The UC San Diego Institute of Arts and Humanities (IAH) in partnership with the Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar, invites you to a special lecture and opening reception of the art exhibit Reclaim! Remain! Rebuild!

Event Schedule:

Lecture: 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
As part of the Institute of Arts & Humanities Challenging Conversations and Community, Arts & Resistance event series, this lecture will feature two esteemed guest speakers that will bring unique perspectives on the interconnection of art, community, development and gentrification. The first speaker is Professor Eric Avila, Chair of the Cesar E. Chavez Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies and Professor of History and Urban Planning at UCLA. Professor Avila will present on 'Race, Displacement, and Development in L.A.: Lessons from the Past,' sharing Histories of Bunker Hill, Boyle Heights, Chavez Ravine and Redevelopment in L.A. The second speaker is San Diego artist and educator, Rizzhel Javier, who uses art and photography to explore personal, community and global connection. Ms. Javier will discuss personal and community projects that have activated public dialogue on a variety of social and emotional issues relevant to San Diego through participatory art making and social practice workshops.

Q&A: 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
The audience is invited and encouraged to participate in the discussion, during the question and answer session following the talk.

Art Exhibit & Opening Reception: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Following the audience question and answer session is the opening reception of the art exhibit Reclaim! Remain! Rebuild! Posters on Affordable Housing, Gentrification & Resistance, from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics. Complimentary light refreshments and beverages will be available to attendees.Those wishing to view the exhibit only, are encouraged to arrive to the space at 7:15pm. Additionally, the exhibit will be available to view independently from February 7-March 15, 2019.

Admission/Cost: FREE, Registration required.

Location
University Art Gallery
Mandeville Center
U.C. San Diego
La Jolla, CA
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Thursday, February 7 - 5:30 PM

For more information, please visit: www.eventbrite.com
5:30 PM Lecture: What is a Woman? What is a Man? Exploring The Buddhist Sources The Eugene M. Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society sponsors public lectures in which scholars, theologians, and religious practitioners address critical issues on the relationship between religion and society and on the religious dimensions of being human.

This will be a presentation by Jose Cabezon, a Dalai Lama Professor at the University of California.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location
The Great Hall
International House
U.C. San Diego, CA
MAP - [CAMPUS MAP]

Thursday, February 7 - 5:30 PM

For more information, please visit: www.ucsd.edu
6:00 PM Black Cinema Series - Prom Night in Mississippi In a 1991 interview, director Spike Lee said, "I don't think my films are going to get rid of racism or prejudice. I think the best thing my films can do is provoke discussion." To celebrate Black History Month, the Humanities Center presents a series of weekly film screenings. Introduced by faculty members from various departments, the films span decades, beginning in the 1970s and ending with contemporary cinema. Following each screening is a brief discussion of the films, the issues that they raise and their lasting significance.

Prom Night in Mississippi is a 2009 Canadian-American documentary film written and directed by Paul Saltzman. The documentary follows a group of Charleston High School high school seniors in Charleston, Mississippi as they prepare for their senior prom, the first racially integrated prom in Charleston history.

Admission/Cost: FREE

LOCATION
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Warren Auditorium
5998 Alcala Park
University of San Diego
San Diego, CA 92110
MAP - [CAMPUS MAP]

Thursday, February 7 - 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
6:00 PM Documentary: Singing Our Way to Freedom With the help of the Media Arts Center and a successful 2016 Kickstarter campaign, local filmmaker Paul Espinosa was able to raise the $40,000 needed to complete his inspirational documentary celebration of Chicano musician and San Diego activist Ramon "Chunky" Sanchez. This recipient of the San Diego Latino Film Festival Audience Award for Best Documentary follows Chunky from his early days as a farmworker to 2012, when the National Endowment of the Arts recognized him with a National Heritage Fellowship. The screening is free and open to the Public, and Espinosa will be on hand for a post-show discussion.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Southwestern College
900 Otay Lakes Road
Chula Vista, CA 91910
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Thursday, February 7 - 6:00PM
7:00 PM San Diego Jewish Film Festival The mission of the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival is to offer outstanding world cinema that promotes awareness, appreciation, and pride in the diversity of the Jewish. Festival programs aim to educate and illuminate through evocative, independent fiction and documentary films that portray the Jewish experience from current and historical global perspectives.

Now in its 29th year, the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival has become one of the largest and most highly acclaimed Jewish Film Festivals in the country. Today, with more than 17,000 ticket holders, SDJFF is the most widely attended annual Jewish cultural event in San Diego. The 11-day Festival features over 80 screenings of international films at five theatre venues: Reading Cinemas Town Square, Edwards San Marcos 18, Museum of Photographic Arts , Project Bar & Grill and the Garfield Theatre at the JCC.

Film Schedule & Tickets

Admission/Cost: $5 - $15.25, Special screenings extra. Festival passes available.

Locations:
Clairemont Reading Cinemas
4665 Clairemont Drive
San Diego, CA 92117
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Museum Of Photographic Arts
1649 El Prado
Balboa Park
San Diego, CA 92101
BALBOA PARK MAP
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David & Dorothea Garfield Theatre
4126 Executive Drive
La Jolla, CA 92037
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Edwards San Marcos Stadium
1180 W San Marcos Blvd
San Marcos, CA
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Dates and times:
Ongoing from February 6 to February 17, 2019
Thursday, February 7 - Films begin at: 7:00 PM
Friday, February 8 - Films begin at: 11:00 AM
Saturday, February 9 - Films begin at: 7:00 PM
Sunday, February 10 - Films begin at: 10:30 AM
Monday, February 11 - Films begin at: 1:30 PM
Tuesday, February 12 - Films begin at: 1:30 PM
Wednesday, February 13 - Films begin at: 1:00 PM
Thursday, February 14 - Films begin at: 1:30 PM
Friday, February 15 - Films begin at: 11:00 AM
Saturday, February 16 - Films begin at: 7:00 PM
Sunday, February 17 - Films begin at: 1:00 PM

For more information, please visit: www.sdcjc.org
7:30 PM Shen Yun Chinese Music and Dance Shen Yun returns with an all-new program for Chinese New Year with a 5000-year journey through ancient dynasties and faraway lands including 100 dancers and singers, 1000 hand-made costumes, 20 sets and animated backdrops accompanied by a concert orchestra blending Western and Chinese instruments. Expatriate Chinese Falun Gong practitioners living in North America founded Shen Yun in 2006 in New York. The show features contemporary scenes of a political nature.

Admission/Cost: $80 - $180

Location:
California Center for the Arts
340 North Escondido Boulevard
Escondido, CA 92025
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Dates and times:
Ongoing from Thursday, February 7 to Sunday, February 17, 2019
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays - 7:30 PM
Wednesdays and Saturdays - 2:00 PM
Sundays - 1:30 PM
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