A Complex Weave provides a sampling of how a number of first and second-generation contemporary women artists of diverse backgrounds have woven the threads of their identity into their work.
Do you enjoy the casual stroll? Trojan Trekkers is your solution. Come out and join our fellow Trojan Trekkers during our walks on campus!
In this exhibit, USC professor Zoltan Tokes and fine art photographer Richard Fukuhara use images from daily life and history to consider the mysteries of memory, time, social and natural order.
Solace is an exhibit by North Carolina artists Beth Palmer and Pamela Strauss, who are members of the international Society for the Arts in Healthcare.
USC workout membership can be purchased at a discounted price for the remainder of the semester!
The Trojan Family Room comes alive with Music at Noon, a concert series featuring the immense musical talents of USC.
Recent USC Law School graduate, Annette Wong, shares her experiences after the bar exam.
Join us for a conversation on international women artists who use traditional artistic techniques and texts to inspire their contemporary works.
"Dissolution" (HITPARKUT) combines an almost surreal fairy-tale energy with brutal black and white realism to explore the condition of violence which permeates contemporary Israeli society. Shot in Yafo (the predominantly Arab area of Tel Aviv), the movie follows the moral collapse and first glimmer of redemption, of a young, morose Israeli Jew, played by David (Didi) Fire.
Join fellow Trojans for a reception featuring remarks from Erica Muhl, dean of the USC Roski School of Fine Arts. Following the reception, guests will be led on a tour of the exhibition LACMA's Senior Curator Stephanie Barron.