January 14 to March 25
The Warplands exhibition combines two areas of recent work by Smith: a short film drawn from Smith's current research on the influence of Alice Coltrane, with activist responses created in Chicago where Smith has lived since 2012.
January 14 to February 11
The University Art Gallery is pleased to present Who Gets To Look, an exhibition featuring audio recordings and text by Erik Benjamins and video and sculpture by Sable Elyse Smith.
January 19
Please join Dean Stephen Barker for a reading of the Constitution of the United States and its Amendments, followed by a Q & A with UCI Law School Professor Leah Litman.
January 27
Val-Inc., New York computer music performer, has created her own style of live electronic music performance called Afro-Electronica, combining electronica with Haitian Vodou percussion rhythms, incorporating her ancestors' past into the future with...
February 4
Nicole Mitchell, flutist and composer, unveils a new project featuring her compositions entitled...
February 4 - February 12
Coriolanus is based on the life of legendary Roman leader Caius Marcius Coriolanus. After military success against various uprisings which challenged the government of Rome, Coriolanus becomes active in politics and seeks political leadership; as it...
February 9 to February 12
- February 12
Nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and scholars converge on Irvine to celebrate and investigate African American Art Song, mingled with performances of spirituals, opera, lectures, paper presentations, and panel discussions through...
February 17
The Claire Trevor School of the Arts proudly presents Ensemble-in-Residence Trio Céleste in a dynamic all-Russian program featuring Dmitri Shostakovich's Second Piano Trio and Anton Arensky's passionate and virtuosic Piano Trio in D...
February 22
The UCI Undergraduate Jazz Program is having its quarterly concert to showcase the Small Group student ensembles.
February 23 - February 25
Dance Visions 2017 presents Master Choreographers of the 20th/21st Century including new works from Distinguished Professors Lar Lubovitch and Donald McKayle as well as choreography by George Balanchine and exciting new choreography by esteemed Dance facu