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Thursday, Apr 22
12:30 PM 3 Italian Films
6:30 PM 2021 Women PeaceMakers Event
Friday, Apr 23
10:00 AM Virtual Tour of Umbria, Italy
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
4:00 PM The Shadow of El Centro: a History of Migrant Incarceration and Solidarity
Saturday, Apr 24
11:00 AM Book Talk: Kate Quinn
11:00 AM 16th Annual Student Shakespeare Festival
7:00 PM San Diego Opera: the Barber of Seville
Tuesday, Apr 27
7:00 PM San Diego Opera: the Barber of Seville
Wednesday, Apr 28
11:30 AM Talk: Confronting Racism. Embracing Diversity
3:30 PM Radicalism at the Crossroads: Black Women Activists in the Cold War
4:00 PM Talk: the Ripple Effect of Racial Bias in the Toy Industry
6:30 PM Film: Innocence
Thursday, Apr 29
1:00 PM Talk: a Third Way - the Origins of China’s Economic Strategy
Friday, Apr 30
10:00 AM 10th Annual International Jazz Day
12:00 PM iCafé – Your Passport to Culture!
12:00 PM Talk: Jillian Hernandez
7:00 PM San Diego Opera: the Barber of Seville
Saturday, May 1
10:00 AM Old Town Cinco de Mayo
7:00 PM San Diego Opera: the Barber of Seville
Sunday, May 2
10:00 AM Old Town Cinco de Mayo
Tuesday, May 4
5:00 PM Julius Caesar Shakespeare Reading Part 1
8:00 PM Film: Romeo and Juliet (1996)
Wednesday, May 5
5:00 PM Film as Witness to the Holocaust: a Victims’ Perspective with Leora Bilsky
5:00 PM Talk: Film as Witness to the Holocaust - a Victims’ Perspective
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All Day 31st Annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival The 31st Annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival returns to with a wide range of films including, documentaries, narrative feature films, comdedies, biographies, historical films and films about current affairs and issues as well a special online presentations and events. Please note that Limited-Time Screenings have specific dates of availability and a shorter time to view. All other films, with the exception of Private Screenings, are On-Demand throughout the duration of the festival

Admission/Cost: $12 for memeber, $15 for general public.

Location:
Online streaming event
For a complete list of films and viewing instructions, please visit HERE

Dates and times:
February 11 to February 21
5:00 PM More Than Music Event A night of musical and visual art performances to unite us all in order to raise money to support the San Diego Black LGBT Coalition.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Online streaming event
Link: Register

Thursday, February 18 - 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
5:30 PM Stage: We Are Listening feat. Dajahn Blevins Black artists face unique challenges in their careers on a daily basis. Every other Thursday, join San Diego REP’s Development and Artistic Associate and local radio personality Ahmed Dents and La Jolla Playhouse Artistic Programs Manager & Local Casting Director, Jacole Kitchen, as they have conversations with influential Black artists about what they have faced and how the future must change. This week they are joined by Dajahn Blevins to talk Black theater and preview the 2021 San Diego Kuumba Festival.

About our guest...

Dajahn Blevins is the San Diego Arts & Culture Commissioner, CEO of Urban Warriors, and founder of the San Diego Kuumba Festival.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Location:
Online streaming event
Link: Register

Thursday, February 18 - 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
6:30 PM Living Room Lecture: Ancient Maya Cave Rituals San Diego Archaeological Center: The ancient Maya are perhaps best known for their jungle-covered cities with large plazas and grand temples standing taller than the forests encasing them. These built places are often depicted as the settings of elaborate state rituals where elites would perform their ceremonial duties in front of the masses. Yet important rituals were not performed only in cities. Archaeological research over the last few decades has come to reveal that caves and cave-like spaces were among the most potent and important places for ritual performances by the ancient Maya. They were the places where the ancestors originally emerged from and where they returned to after their passing. They were also portals to where powerful Earth forces, particularly the rain deity, could be ritually accessed and negotiated with. In this talk, Dr. Jon Spenard will discuss his ongoing cave ritual research in Belize with a particular focus on understanding the relationship between cave rituals and the ancient Maya collapse. This event will be held on Zoom and is limited to 100 attendees.

Admission/Cost: FREE (Pay what you wish)

Location:
Online streaming event
Link: Please Register to view talk.

Thursday, February 18 - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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