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Calendar of Events for Pasadena City College

Calendar of Events (for today, Tuesday, September 30, 2014)

Today's Events:

University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

University Rep. Visit: University of Redlands (more information available)
11:00 AM - L110/Quad

Interested in transferring to the University of Redlands? Stop by the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

CSU Application Workshop (more information available)
12:00 PM - L110

CSU Transfer Application Workshop

Women's Soccer: hosts El Camino-Compton Center (SCC Opener) (more information available)
3:00 PM - PCC's Robinson Stadum

*ECC Compton (SCC opener)

Men's Soccer: at El Camino-Compton Center (SCC Opener) (more information available)
4:00 PM - Los Angeles Southwest College

*ECC Compton

Don Bosco Institute College Night (more information available)
5:00 PM - Don Bosco Technical Institute

Representatives from the PCC Office of Community and School Relations meet with high school students at a college and career fair to discuss programs, services, and admissions procedures. Held at Don Bosco Technical Institute - 1151 San Gabriel...

Continuing Event:

May 22, 2014 - Jun 11, 2015

Parking Information

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, October 1

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Women's Water Polo: hosts Long Beach City (more information available)
3:00 PM - PCC Aquatic Center

*Long Beach

Women's Volleyball: at Orange Coast (more information available)
5:00 PM - Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa

Orange Coast

Board of Trustees Meeting (more information available)
5:30 p.m. - Creveling

Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees.  Please see Agenda for start times and location.

Thursday, October 2

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University Rep. Visit: CSU Los Angeles (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to CSULA? Come to the Transfer Center for Advisement.

University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

University Rep. Visit: Brandman University (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

University Rep. Visit: UC Santa Cruz (more information available)
10:00 AM - L110

Transfer Advisement for students interested in UC Santa Cruz.

Exhibit: "CONFERENCE CENTER—Artists and Designers on the Faculty at PCC" (more information available)
11:00 AM - The Boone Family Art Galle - Go to the Website

CONFERENCE CENTER Artists and designers on the faculty at Pasadena City College At the Boone Family Art Gallery, Center for the Arts. October 2 – 3, 2014. Reception for the artists: Thursday, October 2, 12:30 – 1:30 PM "Conference Center" presents work by many of the professional artists and designers who are also faculty members in the Pasadena City College school of Visual, Media and Performing Arts. Comprising work by 37 artists and designers, the exhibition includes examples of ceramics, graphic design, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking and jewelry. The work on view reflects the diversity of approaches to art and design embedded in the educational offerings at PCC, and makes visible the extraordinary community of artists that the college has assembled. The exhibition includes work by Craig Attebery, Stan Baden, Lynne Berman, Claudia Carballada, Eamon Conklin, Cherie Benner Davis, David DiMichele, Keiko Fukazawa, Jerry Graves, Coleman Griffith, Allen Harrison, Miyo Hernandez, J. Thomas Hunsucker, Brady Hunt, Walter W. Impert, Rebecca Kelly, Greg Kozaki, Anthony Lepore, Sandra Low, Yolanda Macias McKay, Maryrose C. Mendoza, Robin Mitchell, Valerie Mitchell, Nancy Monk, Alexis Moore, Jim Morphesis, Rick Osaka, Richard Parker, Roland Percey, Constance S. Pohlman, Carlos Ramirez, Rachel Roske, Sarah Rudd, Howard Schneider, Mahara T. Sinclaire, Poe Tan and Kay Yee. The exhibition will be a featured attraction at Pasadena City College during the semi-annual ArtNight Pasadena, on Friday, October 10, when the gallery will be open from 6 PM – 10 PM. Additional events, including musical performances, a video screening and a live painting performance by John Kilduff, aka Mr. Let's Paint, will occur in and around the gallery on ArtNight. BOONE FAMILY ART GALLERY HOURS: Monday through Thursday: 11:00 A.M. to 5 P.M; Friday: Noon to 4:00 P.M. Closed weekends and school holidays. Gallery admission, reception and related events are all free of charge and open to the public. On-campus parking is available in designated lots for $2....

University Rep. Visit: National University (more information available)
11:30 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

Noon-Time Artists' Talks: LISA KROHN (more information available)
12:00 PM - Center for the Arts, Room CA 101

Noon-Time Artists' Talks: LISA KROHN

Lisa Krohn is the creative director and vision behind Krohn Design. Her design approach reflects her belief that the best ideas are hybrids blending several different fields. Combining elements from art history and architecture, Lisa tinkers with ideas and forms until they disintegrate and recombine in new ways. Lisa brings her fascination with organic solutions found in nature to the unique strategic solutions for how we interact with the material and ephemeral world. Following her studies in art and art history at Brown University, Lisa completed an MFA in design at the Cranbrook Academy of Art then received a Fulbright fellowship to Milan to work with Mario Bellini. Lisa has served as designer, consultant and strategic thinker for clients including Herman Miller, Alessi and Walt Disney Imagineering. She has received numerous design accolades, including Grand Prize in the Forma Finlandia competition, the Daimler Chrysler Award for Innovation in Design and the Rome Prize. Her pieces are in permanent collections of design museums the world over and she has taught at various schools including Art Center College of Design. This Series is made possible by the Pasadena City College Foundation and the Visual, Media and Perfoming Art Department Faculty and Staff. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines...

University Rep. Visit: University of Nevada, Las Vegas (more information available)
1:30 PM - Quad

If you are interested in transferring to UNLV please stop by the Transfer Center, L110 for more information or stop by the quad on this date.

Learn to Transfer Workshop (more information available)
4:00 PM - L110

Are you interested in transferring to a 4-year university and/or college? Come to one of the workshops to get more information. L110

Campus Tour: Izaiah, Nicole, Olivia (more information available)
4:00 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. To schedule your own campus tour please view the available times listed below: PCC Ambassador assisting: Erin & Corey...

Friday, October 3

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Cross Country: at Foothill Invitational (more information available)
Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park, Ontario

Foothill Invitational

University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

University Rep. Visit: CSU Los Angeles (more information available)
9:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to CSULA? Come to the Transfer Center for Advisement.

Men's Soccer: hosts Mt. San Antonio (more information available)
3:00 PM - PCC's Robinson Stadum

*Mt. San Antonio

Women's Soccer: at Mt. San Antonio (more information available)
4:00 PM - Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut

*Mt. San Antonio

Women's Volleyball: hosts Mt. San Antonio (SCC Opener) (more information available)
6:00 PM - Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium

*Mt. San Antonio (SCC opener)

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (more information available)
8:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE by Jay Allen Adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark Directed by Whitney Rydbeck. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodieis based on the novel by Muriel Spark. A headstrong young teacher at a private girls school in 1930s Edinburgh ignores the curriculum and teaches her impressionable 12 year old students about love, art and politics. After her affairs with two fellow instructors become public knowledge, she fights to keep her job. "Fascinating in its insights into a marvelously portrayed eccentric human being." - The New York Times "Endearing, hilarious, lovely, perceptive, and splendid." - The New York Daily News 7 Performances: October 3, 4, 9-11 @ 8 pm October 4 and 11 @ 2 pm Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. At this time, ticket purchase is cash only. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office. “Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. “The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever are strictly prohibited.” ...

Saturday, October 4

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University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (more information available)
2:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE by Jay Allen Adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark Directed by Whitney Rydbeck. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodieis based on the novel by Muriel Spark. A headstrong young teacher at a private girls school in 1930s Edinburgh ignores the curriculum and teaches her impressionable 12 year old students about love, art and politics. After her affairs with two fellow instructors become public knowledge, she fights to keep her job. "Fascinating in its insights into a marvelously portrayed eccentric human being." - The New York Times "Endearing, hilarious, lovely, perceptive, and splendid." - The New York Daily News 7 Performances: October 3, 4, 9-11 @ 8 pm October 4 and 11 @ 2 pm Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. At this time, ticket purchase is cash only. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office. “Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. “The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever are strictly prohibited.” ...

Football: hosts Cerritos (more information available)
6:00 PM - PCC's Robinson Stadium

*Cerritos

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (more information available)
8:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE by Jay Allen Adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark Directed by Whitney Rydbeck. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodieis based on the novel by Muriel Spark. A headstrong young teacher at a private girls school in 1930s Edinburgh ignores the curriculum and teaches her impressionable 12 year old students about love, art and politics. After her affairs with two fellow instructors become public knowledge, she fights to keep her job. "Fascinating in its insights into a marvelously portrayed eccentric human being." - The New York Times "Endearing, hilarious, lovely, perceptive, and splendid." - The New York Daily News 7 Performances: October 3, 4, 9-11 @ 8 pm October 4 and 11 @ 2 pm Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. At this time, ticket purchase is cash only. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office. “Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC. “The video and/or audio recording of this performance by any means whatsoever are strictly prohibited.” ...

Sunday, October 5

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PCC Flea Market (more information available)
7:00 AM - Corner of Bonnie and Colorado - Go to the Website

Great Merchandise + Great people = THE PCC FLEA MARKET! The Original and still the Best Flea Market in town. Voted Pasadena Weekly's Readers choice 3 years in a row! Over 400 great vendors Admission is Free and parking is only $2! 1st Sunday of every month - 7am to 3pm, on the corner of Bonnie and Colorado parking in student lots on the corner of Hill and Del Mar $2 all day. for more info contact: 626) 585-7906...

Monday, October 6

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University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

Campus Tour: Belmont Secondary (more information available)
12:00 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. To schedule your own campus tour please view the available times listed below: PCC Ambassador assisting: Aria & Robert...

University Rep. Visit: University of Redlands (more information available)
2:00 PM - L110/Quad

Interested in transferring to the University of Redlands? Stop by the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Board Meeting (more information available)
3:00 p.m. - Circadian

Academic Senate Board Meeting

Fall Audition: A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (more information available)
7:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Fall Audition: A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Directed by Will Ahrens PRELIMINARY AUDITIONS: Friday, September 12th @ 2-6pm Location: Little Theatre, C-106 This is a preliminary audition. If you cannot make this, there will be more at a later date. (See below) Please choose one of the attached monologues.( Scroll down to the pdf under More Info)Try to have it fully memorized. However, if not memorized, don't worry. FINAL AUDITIONS Monday, October 6: 7-10pm @ Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 134 Tuesday, October 7: 4-6pm and 7-10pm @ Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 134 Please choose one of the attached monologues. Try to have it fully memorized. However, if not memorized, don't worry. CALL BACKS: Wednesday, October 8: 7-10pm @ Westerbeck Recital Hall, CA-140 REHEARSALS begin on Monday, October 13 @ 7 pm in CA-135 CLASS: THRT 029 (CRN 2425) MTWTH: 7:15-9:15 PM Plus additional TBA rehearsals Location: Center for the Arts Theatre, CA-135 7 PERFORMANCES: November 21, 22 and December 4, 5, 6 @ 8pm November 22 and December 6 @ 2pm Tickets: $10 General / $5 Students, Seniors, Staff Please note, there are no performances the week of Thanksgiving. Two additional pickup rehearsals will be required on Dec. 2 & 3 at 7pm Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. At this time, ticket purchase is cash only. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Tuesday, October 7

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University Rep. Visit: General Transfer Advisement (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110

Come meet with a general transfer advisor to make sure you are on the right track for transfer.

Visit the Transfer Center, L110

University Rep. Visit: CSU Northridge-International Admissions (more information available)
9:00 AM - L110

Transfer Advisement

University Rep. Visit: UC Riverside (more information available)
10:00 AM - L110

Transfer Advisement

University Rep. Visit: UC Merced (more information available)
11:00 AM - L110

Transfer advisement to UC Merced

Transfer Workshop for Mandarin Speakers (more information available)
12:00 PM - L110

A workshop for students on "how to transfer" for students who speak Mandarin.

Women's Soccer: hosts El Camino (more information available)
1:00 PM - PCC's Robinson Stadum

*El Camino

Men's Soccer: hosts El Camino (more information available)
3:00 PM - PCC's Robinson Stadum

*El Camino

Fall Audition: A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (more information available)
4:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Fall Audition: A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare

A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare Directed by Will Ahrens PRELIMINARY AUDITIONS: Friday, September 12th @ 2-6pm Location: Little Theatre, C-106 This is a preliminary audition. If you cannot make this, there will be more at a later date. (See below) Please choose one of the attached monologues. ( Scroll down to pdf under More Info) ITry to have it fully memorized. However, if not memorized, don't worry. FINAL AUDITIONS Monday, October 6: 7-10pm @ Center for the Arts Theatre, CA-135 Tuesday, October 7: 4-6pm and 7-10pm @ Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135 Please choose one of the attached monologues. Try to have it fully memorized. However, if not memorized, don't worry. CALL BACKS: Wednesday, October 8: 7-10pm @ Westerbeck Recital Hall, CA-140 REHEARSALS begin on Monday, October 13@ 7pm pm in CA-135 CLASS: THRT 029 (CRN 2425) MTWTH: 7:15-9:15 PM Plus additional TBA rehearsals Location: Center for the Arts Theatre, CA-135 7 PERFORMANCES: November 21, 22 and December 4, 5, 6 @ 8pm November 22 and December 6 @ 2pm Tickets: $10 General / $5 Students, Seniors, Staff Please note, there are no performances the week of Thanksgiving. Two additional pickup rehearsals will be required on Dec. 2 & 3 at 7pm Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. At this time, ticket purchase is cash only. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....