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Calendar of Events for Pasadena City College

Calendar of Events (for today, Friday, February 5, 2016)

Today's Events:

Placement Testing Blair High School (more information available)
8:00 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Placement Test at Blair High School's Career Center.

Campus Tour: Mark Keppel High School (more information available)
10:00 AM - 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...

Men's/Women's Track and Field: at South Coast Conference Opener Meet (more information available)
12:00 PM - Mt. San Antonio College,Walnut

SCC Opener Meet

Baseball: at San Diego City (more information available)
2:00 PM - San Diego City College

San Diego City

Women's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech (more information available)
5:00 PM - Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium

*LA Trade Tech

Men's Basketball: hosts LA Trade Tech (more information available)
7:00 PM - Hutto-Patterson Gymnasium

*LA Trade Tech

Continuing Events:

Apr 27, 2015 - Jun 11, 2016

VMP ARTS Event Parking Information

Jan 28 - Apr 25, 2016

Calendar Standing Committee Meeting

Upcoming Events:

Saturday, February 6

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The Black College Expo (more information available)
8:00 AM - Los Angeles Convetion Center

The College Expo's year-round outreach program: connects students and student athletes directly to colleges, including historically black colleges and universities provides numerous scholarships and access to scholarship programs offers tutorial programs for college preparation, including subject tutoring and SAT/ACT prep. Los Angeles Convention Center 1201 S. Figueroa Street Los Angeles, CA 90015 PCC Counselor attending the event. ...

Women's Softball: hosts Santa Barbara City (more information available)
12:00 PM - Robinson Park, Fair Oaks Ave.

Santa Barbara City

Monday, February 8

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Campus Tour: Belmont High (more information available)
10:00 AM - 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. PCC Ambassador assisting: ...

Planning & Priorities Committee (more information available)
12:30 p.m. - Circadian

Regular Meeting

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

Academic Senate Board Meeting

Tuesday, February 9

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Placement Testing John Muir High School (more information available)
8:15 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Placement Test at John Muir's Career Center.

Women's Softball: hosts LA Mission (more information available)
2:00 PM - Robinson Park, Fair Oaks Ave.

LA Mission

Wednesday, February 10

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PCC Foundation -- Executive Committee (more information available)
7:30 a.m. - Room G1

Regular meeting of the PCC Foundation's Executive Committee

Placement Testing John Muir High School (more information available)
8:15 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Placement Test at John Muir's Career Center.

Pre- Assessment Workshop and Study Session (PAWS) (more information available)
8:30 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Pre- Assessment Workshop and Study Session (PAWS) at Pasadena High School. 

University Day at PCC (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad- Creveling Lounge in case of rain.

University Day at PCC exposes students to various academic programs and to the institutions offering them. These events provide students the opportunity to meet with admission and outreach staff and departmental representatives.

Gallery V: "Water Issues: A Group Show of 3 Parts" (February 10-March 25, 2016 (more information available)
11:00 AM - Gallery V-108 - Go to the Website

Gallery V:

"Water Issues: A Group Show of 3 Parts" Curatorial Statement: Mahara T. Sinclaire 1. Campus-wide Student Contest Winners’ Responses to the Water Crisis 2. Contemporary LA Artists Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis in the Project Room 3. Allan Sekula and Noel Burch’s 2010 film “The Forgotten Space” This inclusive and multi-voiced show brings a myriad of ideas together with attention keenly focused on our precious water. Students campus-wide were encouraged to submit works that harness their creativity in addressing the theme of water and water awareness. This show presents the strongest pieces from the contest call with representation from varied campus-wide disciplines including a cross-disciplinary interactive project from an art/engineering collaborative team, as well as works from architecture, film, fashion, photography, science and studio arts. Additionally, The Project Room in Gallery V presents the work of artist team Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis with a video documentation of their 2015 performance art piece along the LA River. The piece interestingly points to our “Hollywood” psychological posture, an unquenchable thirst for fame characterized by a perennial state of unmet desire as a core contributor to our water crisis. This exaggerated psychological lack induces a pendulum swing to excessive emotional bingeing of wasted tears and needless suffering to counteract that yearning and thereby impels habitual excessive and wasteful water consumption habits. The advertising industry’s relentless urging to desire more, more , more has fully ingrained a consumer culture with a manufactured lack, a wide-open maw, addicted to desire’s vapid and vaporous ether always out of reach, leaving us impatient and edgy for the elusive high. Similarly, Allan Sekula’s penultimate legacy, his 2010 film, “The Forgotten Space” with Noel Burch, points to the global marketplace fueled by this now global aggravated mechanism of desire feeding the demand to provide products faster and cheaper and turning our oceans into a filthy freeway of unpoliced polluters as ships traffic goods traversing the globe dumping trash and sullying “the forgotten space” of the unmonitored open sea. Once again, the source problem is our rampant, insatiable hunger to be and feel differently than we do in the present. The condition of not being OK with oneself, this must- be- fixed-ness is the soil for our wasteful obsessions and excessiveness. This psychological habit of need, of unfulfillment, of disquietude and dissatisfaction is the root cause of our dysfunctional relationship with the planet and our precious water. The overcompensation for our psychological dearth (not-enough-ness) results in our excessive indulgence and wastefulness. May this embracing and multifarious show inspire in the viewer new thoughts and solutions to the water issue. This exhibition is made possible by the support of the PCC Foundation, the Student Services Fund, the Office of the President of PCC and the Division of Visual Arts and Media Studies. Special thanks to Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis. Gallery V and the Project Room in Gallery V Opening Reception/ Award Presentation: Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 12 noon - 1 pm Gallery Talk with Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis: Wednesday, February 24 from 12 noon - 12:30 pm Gallery Walk-through with Artist-in-Residence Sant Khalsa: Wednesday, February 24 from 12:30 - 1 pm. Gallery hours for February 10 - March 25, 2016 Monday-Thursday 11 am-2 pm Friday: Noon - 3 pm Closed on school holidays (Feb. 12-15 for Presidents Day and March 7-13 for Spring Break) Recorded gallery information: (626) 585-3285 Websites: Facebook “Pasadena City College Art Gallery” http://www.pasadena.edu/artgallery/...

Women's Basketball: at El Camino-Compton Center (more information available)
5:00 PM - El Camino College-Compton Center, Compton

*ECC Compton

Men's Basketball: at El Camino-Compton Center (more information available)
7:00 PM - El Camino College-Compton Center, Compton

*ECC Compton

Thursday, February 11

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Placement Testing CIS High School (more information available)
8:30 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Placement Test at CIS High School's Computer Lab.

Pre- Assessment Workshop and Study Session (PAWS) (more information available)
8:30 AM -

Pasadena City College Represenatives will be hosting a Pre- Assessment Workshop and Study Session (PAWS) at Pasadena High School. 

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

Interested in transferring out of the state of California? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Campus Tour: Hawthorne Middle School (more information available)
10:30 AM - 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: ...

Gallery V: Opening Reception/Awards Presentation for "Water Issues: A Group Show of 3 Parts" (February 10-March 25, 2016 (more information available)
12:00 PM - Gallery V-108 - Go to the Website

Gallery V: Opening Reception/Awards Presentation for

"Water Issues: A Group Show of 3 Parts" Curatorial Statement: Mahara T. Sinclaire 1. Campus-wide Student Contest Winners’ Responses to the Water Crisis 2. Contemporary LA Artists Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis in the Project Room 3. Allan Sekula and Noel Burch’s 2010 film “The Forgotten Space” This inclusive and multi-voiced show brings a myriad of ideas together with attention keenly focused on our precious water. Students campus-wide were encouraged to submit works that harness their creativity in addressing the theme of water and water awareness. This show presents the strongest pieces from the contest call with representation from varied campus-wide disciplines including a cross-disciplinary interactive project from an art/engineering collaborative team, as well as works from architecture, film, fashion, photography, science and studio arts. Additionally, The Project Room in Gallery V presents the work of artist team Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis with a video documentation of their 2015 performance art piece along the LA River. The piece interestingly points to our “Hollywood” psychological posture, an unquenchable thirst for fame characterized by a perennial state of unmet desire as a core contributor to our water crisis. This exaggerated psychological lack induces a pendulum swing to excessive emotional bingeing of wasted tears and needless suffering to counteract that yearning and thereby impels habitual excessive and wasteful water consumption habits. The advertising industry’s relentless urging to desire more, more , more has fully ingrained a consumer culture with a manufactured lack, a wide-open maw, addicted to desire’s vapid and vaporous ether always out of reach, leaving us impatient and edgy for the elusive high. Similarly, Allan Sekula’s penultimate legacy, his 2010 film, “The Forgotten Space” with Noel Burch, points to the global marketplace fueled by this now global aggravated mechanism of desire feeding the demand to provide products faster and cheaper and turning our oceans into a filthy freeway of unpoliced polluters as ships traffic goods traversing the globe dumping trash and sullying “the forgotten space” of the unmonitored open sea. Once again, the source problem is our rampant, insatiable hunger to be and feel differently than we do in the present. The condition of not being OK with oneself, this must- be- fixed-ness is the soil for our wasteful obsessions and excessiveness. This psychological habit of need, of unfulfillment, of disquietude and dissatisfaction is the root cause of our dysfunctional relationship with the planet and our precious water. The overcompensation for our psychological dearth (not-enough-ness) results in our excessive indulgence and wastefulness. May this embracing and multifarious show inspire in the viewer new thoughts and solutions to the water issue. This exhibition is made possible by the support of the PCC Foundation, the Student Services Fund, the Office of the President of PCC and the Division of Visual Arts and Media Studies. Special thanks to Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis. Gallery V and the Project Room in Gallery V Opening Reception/ Award Presentation: Thursday, February 11, 2016 from 12 noon - 1 pm Gallery Talk with Natalie Casagran Lopez and Whitney Davis: Wednesday, February 24 from 12 noon - 12:30 pm Gallery Walk-through with Artist-in-Residence Sant Khalsa: Wednesday, February 24 from 12:30 - 1 pm. Gallery hours for February 10 - March 25, 2016 Monday-Thursday 11 am-2 pm Friday: Noon - 3 pm Closed on school holidays (Feb. 12-15 for Presidents Day and March 7-13 for Spring Break) Recorded gallery information: (626) 585-3285 Websites: Facebook “Pasadena City College Art Gallery” http://www.pasadena.edu/artgallery/...

Campus Tour: Aarely Meza Pacific Youth Services (more information available)
1:30 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. PCC Ambassador assisting: ...

Baseball: hosts West Los Angeles (Home Opener) (more information available)
2:00 PM - Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field

West LA

CSU "What's Next Workshop" (more information available)
3:00 PM - L110

Learn what to expect next in the transferring process after you submit your CSU Application

Transfer Workshop

This workshop will be given by the CSULA Representative

Cash For College Event: Mountain View High School (more information available)
4:45 PM -

PCC Office of Community and School Relations meets with high school students and parents to discuss programs, services, admissions procedures, and “next steps” for students who have applied. Held at: Mountain View High School Ambassadors Working at this event: Alan...

Friday, February 12

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Women's Softball: at Citrus Round-Robin: Citrus (more information available)
2:30 PM - Citrus College, Glendora

Citrus Round-Robin: Citrus

Campus Tour: Elizabeth (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. PCC Ambassador assisting: ...

Women's Softball: at Citrus Round-Robin: Santa Ana (more information available)
4:45 PM - Citrus College, Glendora

Citrus Round-Robin: Santa Ana

Women's Basketball: at East Los Angeles (more information available)
5:00 PM - East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park

*East Los Angeles

Men's Basketball: at East Los Angeles (more information available)
7:00 PM - East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park

*East Los Angeles