Events

Saturday, February 2

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

4th Annual Conference: Practical Urology
This is a past event.

This conference will bring together local, national and international specialty physicians in urology, radiation oncology and medical oncology, as well as...

Finding One’s Place: Photography and Its Many Dimensions (USC VSRI)
This is a past event.

Friday, February 1Los Angeles County Museum of Art11:00am-9:00pm Saturday, February 2University of California, Riverside10:30am-3:30pm (bus departs USC at...

Finding One’s Place: Photography and Its Many Dimensions
This is a past event.

Friday, February 1 Los Angeles County Museum of Art 12:30am-9:30pm Saturday, February 2 University of California, Riverside 10:30am-3:30pm (bus departs USC...

The Met in HD: Georges Bizet’s Carmen
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The Met in HD: Georges Bizet’s Carmen 12 p.m.: Pre-Opera Discussion 1 p.m.: HD Opera Broadcast ADMISSION: Admission is free. Reservations required. To RSVP,...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: CHILDREN OF THE SUN
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Maxim Gorky’s darkly comic play is set in Russia on the eve of the revolution. The country’s new middle class flounders about, philosophizing and flirting,...

Archaeology Adventures with Sarah Parcak and Josh Gates
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Join a conversation with two archaeologists who attract the bright lights and television cameras. Sarah Parcak and Josh Gates share their experiences in the...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: GNIT
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Meet Peter Gnit, a recklessly aspiring, self-deluded anti-hero. This twisted adaption of Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is a rollicking and cautionary tale that...

Saturday, February 2