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SEP8
DEC19
15-Week Intrasession: 2014 Fall Semester

 15-Week Intrasession start dates will vary.

Please see Fall 2014 Important Dates for accurate session dates, as well as add, drop, pass/no pass, and withdrawal (with and without a "W") dates. The Final Exam dates for each class are also included.

SEP29
NOV7
Second 6-Week Session: 2014 Fall Semester

 Second 6-Week Session start dates will vary.

Please see Fall 2014 Important Dates for accurate session dates, as well as add, drop, pass/no pass, and withdrawal (with and without a "W") dates. The Final Exam dates for each class are also included.

SEP2
OCT5
Cerritos College Art Gallery - Exhibition: Savage Sentimentality
11:00 am
Fine Arts & Communications Available from Sept. 2 - Oct. 5, 2014
OPENING: Tues, Sept 2 @ 6-9PM


Savage Sentimentality presents a group of artists from unique backgrounds and interests connected by a tenuous relationship to sentiment. The artists included embrace sentiment while simultaneously ravaging it, either with a brutish material or a subject matter that contradicts the sensitivity of material handling. While the individual artists included in this exhibition draw from a myriad of sources broadly considered sentimental in nature, the end result is very different than the effects of kitsch. Instead of being a sentimental regress into a state of comfort, or a carefully maintained closed system of signs, the result is an acknowledgment and active agitation of that state.

Artists: Joshua Dildine, Raymie Iadevaia, Cole James, Quinton McCurine, Annelie McKenzie, Mandy Lyn Perez, Jason Ramos, Ana Rodriguez, Emily Silver, Jason Stopa, & Emily Sudd

In conjunction with the Foundation for Art Resources, guest curated by Steven Hampton


Location: Cerritos College Art Gallery (FA-50) Contact: James MacDevitt, 2616
SEP2
OCT5
Cerritos College Art Gallery - Exhibition: Superficial LAndscapes
11:00 am
Fine Arts & Communications Available from Sept. 2 - Oct. 5, 2014
OPENING: Tues, Sept. 2 @ 6-9PM

Los Angeles is the land of the self-obsessed and superficial. This is the common and not (completely) untrue, stereotype of LA. With good weather and a wide variety of landscapes, culture and people, the unique and sprawling metropolis has a lot to offer. As the result of its distinct and conceited character, self-referentiality is common. The phrase, "that's so LA", is ubiquitous. But what is LA? Is it the city, the suburb, the freeway, the beach, the people, the Industry? Everyone has a different conception of the city and its network of micro-neighborhoods and vast geography. Whether they're exploiting the novelties or embracing the mundane, the artists included in this group exhibition have a variety of interpretations of the physical and psychological space of LA.

Artists: Rachel Bank, Clay Dean, Jay Erker, Aaron Giesel, Alia Malley, Liz Nurenberg

In conjunction with the Foundation for Art Resources, guest curated by Melin

Location: Cerritos College Art Gallery (FA-50) Contact: James MacDevitt, 2616
SEP16
University Mega Fair
10:00 am-1:00 pm
Campus Events *Faculty and staff are encouraged to wear the t-shirt of their alma mater.

Location: Falcon Square Contact: Miya Walker, 2292
SEP16
Historical Presentation on the Independence Days of Several Latin American Countries
11:00 am-12:30 pm
History The History Department invites students and staff members to a special presentation by Prof. Walter Fernandez on the independence movements of the following Latin American countries that celebrate their independence in September: Brazil, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Chile, plus the failed pro-independence revolt in Puerto Rico. This event takes place on Mexico's Independence Day, September 16.

Location: Teleconference Center (LC 155) Contact: Walter Fernandez, 2757
SEP17
DSPS Dedication Ceremony for the Dr. Bob Hughlett Reception Area
3:00 pm
Campus Events Location: DSPS Lobby Contact: Miya Walker, 2292

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