CHARM partners VSRI and School of Religion: Sigrid Weigel lectures on “Images of the A-Visible”

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The critical grammatological theory of images focuses on the question of how a-visible phenomena – such as the mind and the soul, emotions, transcendental ideas and figures – or acts of adoration or discrimination get re/presented as images. Departing from the govern- ing maxim of Derrida’s Of Grammatology “Il faut penser la trace avant l’étant”, it is […]

CHARM sponsors: There Will Be Blood: A Symposium at the Getty Center

The Getty, 1200 Getty Center Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA

Day 1: Friday, March 1, 2024 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Hoose Library of Philosophy, 2nd floor (201), Mudd Hall of Philosophy (MHP) 3709 Trousdale Parkway, University of Southern California Register Note: Day 1 will only be held in person at USC and will not be broadcast on Zoom. Full schedule below Day 2: Saturday, March 2, 2024 […]

CHARM in Concert: Music of the California Missions

Newman Recital Hall

Thornton Baroque Sinfonia directed by Adam Knight Gilbert and Jason Yoshida Featuring the music of Rafael Antonio Castellanos, music of the Missions of California and songs of the Mexican Son jarocho tradition with singer David Morales, and Guest Ensemble Son Tios (Jorge Andresge Herrera, Federico Zúñiga, Victor Murillo, and Laura Cambron) This concert will present music from the […]

CHARM Presents: Cara de Vago: Paintings by Fabian Debora

Forest Lawn Museum, 1712 S Glendale Ave, Glendale, CA 91205, USA

Incarceration to Artistic Resurrection — L.A.-based renowned muralist and hyper-realist artist Fabian Debora will be displaying his works at the acclaimed Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale, Calif.

CHARM in Concert: Music of the California Missions

429 S Junipero Serra Dr, San Gabriel, CA 91776, USA

Thornton Baroque Sinfonia directed by Adam Knight Gilbert and Jason Yoshida Featuring the music of Rafael Antonio Castellanos, music of the Missions of California and songs of the Mexican Son jarocho tradition with singer David Morales, and Guest Ensemble Son Tios (Jorge Andresge Herrera, Federico Zúñiga, Victor Murillo, and Laura Cambron) This concert will present music from the […]

CHARM Presents Cara de Vago: Paintings by Fabian Debora

Forest Lawn Museum, 1712 S Glendale Ave, Glendale, CA 91205, USA

CHARM’s partnership with Homeboy Art Academy and Forest Lawn Museum celebrates the opening of Cara De Vago, an exhibition of 13 new paintings that reimagine Caravaggio’s religious iconography for audiences today. Opening Day Saturday, March 2, 2024 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Panel Talks 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. VIP Opening & Press Preview 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. […]

CHARM presents Early Modern Latin-Chinese Translation Studies WS

In partnership with CHARM, the classics department will host a discussion of the history of interaction between classical Greece and Rome and China since antiquity. Speakers will include Davor Antonucci (Sapienza). The event coincides with the launch this semester of a new student working group in Latin-Chinese translation studies.

CHARM in Concert: “Silver and Gold”: Music for the Medici Popes

Joyce J. Cammilleri Hall, 3620 McClintock Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90089, USA

USC Collegium musicum directed by Adam Knight GilbertA concert of music composed and performed for the Medici Popes Leo X from 1513 – 1610, featuring Henricus Isaac’s mysterious Missa Argentum et aurumThe program will the paradox of the Medici popes, whose culture simultaneously reflected the height of Renaissance sacred music and secular opulence. A hallmark of the Medici composer […]

CHARM sponsors CONFERENCE: Monuments Fall: An East-West Exchange

SOS 250, USC

PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE: Bill Deverell (USC), Catherine Gudis (UCR), Miloš Jovanović (UCLA), Wendy Salmond (Chapman Uni- versity), Linda Kaljundi (Estonian Academy of Arts), Mischa Gabowitsch (University of Vienna), Sofia Dyak (Lviv Center for Urban History)Co-sponsored by the Van Hunnick Department of History, Political Science and International Relations, Slavic Studies, Collaborations in History, Art, Religion and Music, and the Max Kade Institute for Austrian-German-Swiss […]