Amy Bauer Speaks at International Music Conference and Conducts Research on György Ligeti

Associate Professor of Music Theory, Amy Bauer, gave the lecture “Ideology, Compositional Process, Optics and Form in Georg Friedrich Haas’ In Vain” at the VIII European Music Analysis Conference in Leuven, Belgium in September and the Society for Music Theory Annual Meeting in Milwaukee in...

David Brodbeck Presented at 18th Biennial International Conference in Canada

Professor and Rawlins Chair of Music David Brodbeck presented a paper entitled “Eduard Hanslick and the German Liberal Quid Pro Quo” at 18th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, held at the University of Toronto. For more information on Professor David Brodbeck click on...

Juli Carson Spoke at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna & Secession

Professor of Art Juli Carson spoke at the Art as Exhibition conference at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna & Secession. The conference sought to “investigate how exhibition formats may be inherent in specific modes of artistic production and subsequently in an artwork itself.” For more...

Monica Majoli Curated an Exhibition at the MAK Center in Los Angeles

Professor of Art Monica Majoli recently curated an exhibition on the late artist Tony Greene with Judie Bamber for the Schindler house at the MAK Center in Los Angeles. For more information on Professor Monica Majoli click on the link below: http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/faculty/resident-...

Lisa Naugle and John Crawford Take Dance Students to Perform in Rome

Professor of Dance Lisa Naugle and Associate Professor of Dance John Crawford took six CTSA dance students to Italy last summer to participate in a collaborative project and performance in choreography, music, and video at the University of Rome. The dancers performed Professor Naugle’s new...

Simon Penny Gave Keynote Speech at FIT Conference

Professor of Art Simon Penny recently gave the keynote speech at the FIT conference at the Attenborough Center, University of Sussex, UK. For more information on Professor Simon Penny click on the link below: http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/faculty/resident-faculty/simonpenny.html

Joel Veenstra Deserves a Standing Ovation for Work as General Manager of the New Swan Shakespeare Festival

Drama Lecturer Joel Veenstra has done an outstanding job as the General Manager for the New Swan Shakespeare Festival, having just completed his second year of teaching at UCI after graduating with his MFA in Drama from CTSA in 2011. Prior to his appointment at UCI, Joel served as the production...

Amy Bauer Interviewed for BBC Documentary

Associate Professor of Music Amy Bauer was interviewed for the BBC Radio 3 documentary “Clocks and Clouds: An Adventure around György Ligeti,” produced by Alan Hall, which was nominated as a BBC 3 “pick of the week.” Bauer also gave papers at the Royal Musical Associations’ Music and Philosophy...

Christopher Dobrian Lectured on Computer Music Research in France

Professor of Music Christopher Dobrian was invited to lecture on his compositions and computer music research in a special doctoral seminar of the Université Paris- Sorbonne entitled “Entre l’idée et l’oeuvre” (Between the Idea and the Work) at the Ina GRM Studio in May. He also taught Classes in...

Daniel Joseph Martinez in Exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York

The work of Professor of Art Daniel Joseph Martinez appeared in Bloodflames Revisited at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York. For more information on Professor Daniel Joseph Martinez click on the link below: http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/faculty/resident-faculty/daniel-josephmartinez.html

Kevin Appel in First Solo Exhibition in New York

Professor of Art Kevin Appel had a solo gallery exhibition last spring at Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe in New York. For more information on Professor Kevin Appel click on the link below: http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/faculty/resident-faculty/kevinappel.html

Molly Lynch Commissioned to Create New Work for Sacramento Ballet

Associate Professor of Dance Molly Lynch was commissioned to create a new work, “Passing,” for Sacramento Ballet’s Modern Masters Series. Lynch was also the Artistic Director for the 11th Annual National Choreographers Initiative, and was selected to present her choreography “Soaring” at the CORPS...

Simon Leung Received the California Community Foundation Fellowship

Professor of Art Simon Leung received the California Community Foundation Fellowship for 2014. Earlier this year, he received the Clark Fellowship from the Sterling and Francine Clark Institute. Leung was the first fellow in the history of the Clark to be granted a fellowship as an artist. For...

Chad Michael Hall’s Muliplex Dance Finished First Season

Assistant Professor of Dance Chad Michael Hall’s Multiplex Dance finished out its first season with two exciting projects: Interface: The Marriage Project, and Summerplex 2014. Interface was a two-week residency and choreographic commission made possible through a grant from the city of West...