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Homecoming 2020

Homecoming 2021

UCR Homecoming 2021

UCR Homecoming is Nov. 15-20
You’re invited: Join us for an entire week of virtual activities for the entire UCR community!

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CHASS Videos

Micro-Operas

CHASS Music students served as composers, librettists, musicologists, performers, conductors, and producers of six new micro-operas in collaboration with professional opera singers and Dana Kaufman, UCR assistant professor of Music.

Student Songs

Original songs by Dr. Bella Merlin, UCR professor of Theatre, Film, and Digital Production, with UCR students performing, and musical arrangements by Dr. David Roesner at the Ludwig-Maximilien University in Munich.

Zoom, edited by Ankai Cai

Turning 21, edited by Adan Perez

Through My Screen, edited by Grace LemMon

Vision 20:20

Poetry Celebration

As part of National Poetry Month Celebration in April, we were joined by poets Ariana Brown, Jasminne Mendez, and Vanessa Angélica Villarreal. Presented by the 2020-21 UCR Tomás Rivera Conference.

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Writers Week

Writers Kamala Puligandla, Melissa Valentine, Tommy Pico joined a virtual panel and reading as part of UC Riverside’s 44th-annual Writers Week. Writers Week is California’s longest-running free literary festival.

Mother Patchwork

Mother Patchwork is the work of John Jennings, UCR professor of Media and Cultural Studies, with David Brame and UCR alumnus Esperanza Bey, stitched together with the sounds of Moon Medicin, and rendered as animation by Daniel Rowe. This animation recognizes that the logic of the quilt, which stitches part to part, is also the logic that transforms still into moving image. And like quilting, it is a process that involves many hands.

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UCR ARTS

Third Thursday Talks: Brandon Lattu

Curated by Charlotte Cotton, Brandon Lattu: Empirical, Textual, Contextual is a sensory and cerebral journey across Brandon Lattu’s 25-year practice. Join us as UCR Art Professor Brandon Lattu and renowned independent curator Charlotte Cotton engage in a lively discussion, followed by a Q&A moderated by Douglas McCulloh, Senior Curator at the California Museum of Photography.

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