1. UC Riverside Presents’ next speaker will be lavernecox of Netflix’s critically-acclaimed program, Orange is the New Black. Come see her on May 7th!

     
  2. theucrbarn:

    Come out TODAY at 7:30pm! Free for UCR students and $5/general.

     

  3. You may recognize his voice, but tonight is your chance to see him in person! Adam Davidson of NPR’s Planet Money will be speaking in just a few hours!

    University Theatre @ 7pm

    Free admission and free parking in Lot 6.

    Everyone is welcome!

    "When you cover the economy as a reporter, there’s one part of the job that is always easy: finding economists who disagree." - Adam Davidson

     
  4. Come check out Planet Money’s Adam Davidson this Thursday!

     
  5. We have some awesome speakers visiting UCR this quarter. 

    Free to attend and free parking.

    This is just too good to pass up!

     

  6. Spring 2014 Lecture Series

    UC Riverside Presents will offer four lectures throughout Spring Quarter 2014. Stay tuned for more information!

     

  7. Dr. Temple Grandin to Visit UC Riverside

    The country’s leading animal behaviorist and autism expert, Dr. Temple Grandin will speak at the University of California, Riverside on Tuesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. in Highlander Union Building, Room 302. She will be introduced by Dr. Jan Blacher, Distinguished Professor and Director of SEARCH, the University of California’s first family autism resource center housed in the Graduate School of Education.  

    This event is free and open to the public.  No tickets will be issued so arriving early is strongly recommended. Doors will open at 6pm. Parking for non-UC permit holders costs $5 in Lot 1.  

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  8. David Wax Museum - March 7, 8pm

    David Wax Museum’s sound tests the boundaries of easy categorization. Singer and guitarist David Wax and bandmate Suz Slezak (vocals and violin) have cultivated a Mexo-American aesthetic by fusing their knowledge of Mexican folk music with American roots and indie rock. The two crafted their unique sound in and around Boston clubs and in rural Veracruz, Mexico when Wax received a graduate fellowship to study regional musical styles including son jarocho. Slezak, who sings lead, also takes turns playing a fiddle and a traditional Mexican instrument called a guijada, which is fashioned from the jawbone of a donkey. The result is an irrepressible combination of harmonies, Mexican rhythms, and rootsy sound that has become an artistic triumph, earning the winsome duo a spot at the prestigious Newport Folk Festival and the 2010 Boston Music Award for Best Americana Artist. Learn more: www. http://www.davidwaxmuseum.com/

    David Wax MuseumMarch 7, 2013, 8 pm
    Culver Center of the Arts
    Free

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  9. VICTOIRE in concert JAN 23, 2013 [ free! ]

    VICTOIRE, a Brooklyn-based band founded by composer Missy Mazzoli, has been dubbed an “all-star, all-female quintet” by Time Out New York. This quirky ensemble combines strings, clarinets, keyboards and lo-fi electronics (including samples of sewing machines and answering machine tapes) to create their “minimalist, post-rock bliss”. Victoire is as much a child of composer Philip Glass as of instrumental post-rock ensembles Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Sigur Rós. They’ve been making waves in New York’s downtown music scene for several years. Members of Victoire have performed at BAM, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and other prestigious venues around the world. Their debut album, Cathedral City, released on New Amsterdam Records was the hit-darling of 2010, making several top-ten lists including NPR’s best classical album and The New Yorker’s most memorable album lists.  

    Unique to Victoire’s west-coast concert at the Culver Center is an exciting collaboration with UCR MFA dance students who will channel the free-spirited ensemble’s waves of sound in live performance. Their conceptualized choreography will provide a seamless conversation of movement matching the tone, structure, and imagery of Victoire’s immersive and imaginative soundscape.

    Wednesday, January 23, 2013, 8 PM - FREE
    Culver Center of the Arts
    3834 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92501

    Seating is first come, first served.

     

  10. "“A dream world with a touch of blackness…The audience is cradled into an enchanting dream world in which they would have loved to linger much longer than the hour long concert allowed.” - Vasterbottens Kuriren, Umea, Sweden"