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.
"The Collecting Continues" showcases several major gifts that have shaped and further enhanced the museum's permanent collection over the decades.
GymFlow is a free iPhone app that helps you find the least busy times at the Lyon Center so you know the best time to work out.
KUSC’s hour-long arts-and-music magazine, hosted by Brian Lauritzen.
The world of opera comes alive with classic and newly released recordings.
Music from recent decades.
Politics in Art Forms is an international and interdisciplinary two-day event organized by the University of Paris VIII, UCLA and USC. USC will host public film screenings, a panel discussion and talks on Feb. 8.
Conference Convenors: Duncan Williams, Brian C. Bernards, and Velina Hasu Houston, USC
Do you have research you want funded? Are you interested in crowdfunding for science? Are you interested in crowdfunding in general? Join the USC School of Pharmacy and Research 2.0 as they welcome the founders of Microryza on Friday, Feb. 8th, 11 AM at PSC 104 (on the HSC campus) at the Crowdfund your Research USC Workshop.
Based on testimonies of Korean comfort women, FACE is a powerful one-woman show about a rural girl who survived two wars. Written and performed by Haerry Kim, FACE elegantly reveals suppressed histories and creates a space for reclaiming memories.
Imagine a steady stream of immigrants, traveling across a vast ocean to a foreign country, searching for new jobs and better lives. But the immigrants are Americans, and the country they are moving to is China.
Alumni of Thornton’s celebrated classical guitar program return to campus to perform in an evening recital.
Inspired by the true story of a murder trial in New York City, Are You Falling?, created by the M.F.A. third-year actors and director David Bridel, blend satire, social realism and the themes of Greek Tragedy in its investigation of the justice system today.
Known for his collage-like, loose style of playwriting, Charles Mee's Summertime is a sweet, dreamy, romantic comedy about the passionate and idiosyncratic exploration of the nature of love.
The USC Psychology Services Center is offering a free, 4-session group therapy for women with body image concerns.