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For the second time in three years, a script by Occidental College’s Broderick Fox has been awarded top honors in the University Film & Video Association's Juried Scriptwriting Competition.
The critically acclaimed Occidental Children’s Theater will celebrate its 24th year with an original story, The Adventures of Christopher Robin Hood, plus three adventurous adaptations of traditional folktales for a seven-week outdoor run in the Remsen Bird Hillside Theater on
A new solo exhibition by Occidental College’s Linda Lyke, Field Notes: When Taxonomy Becomes Iconography, will continue through August 4 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center in Fullerton.
Occidental College launched the public phase of the Oxy Campaign For Good, a comprehensive effort to raise $225 million to strengthen its financial aid endowment and academic and co-curricular programs, at a May 18 Campaign Leadership Summit on the Occidental campus.
Taking advantage of its location in Los Angeles, Occidental College’s Music Department has developed one of the country’s top music industry programs, according to Billboard magazine.
Named this month by ArtNews as “One of 15 Los Angeles Artists to Watch,” Candice Lin is Occidental College’s 2018-19 Wanlass Artist in Residence. Presented by Oxy Arts, the college's interdisciplinary hub for the arts on campus and in the community, Lin’s exhibition, “The inscrutable speech of objects,” will open in the College’s Weingart Gallery January 31.
South of Fletcher: Stories from the Bowtie, a photo exhibition about a complicated site on the Los Angeles River, will be on display at Occidental College’s Weingart Gallery September 13 – November 4. The show is part of a larger multi-platform storytelling project by Fonografia Collective, produced by Clockshop.
Printmaker Emily Arthur, whose installations and works on paper comment on environmental degradation and human rights, will be the subject of a one-person show titled "Emily Arthur—Endangered" in Occidental College’s Weingart Gallery March 2-April 9.