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CAPS is closed from Jan. 29, 2021—Feb. 9, 2021 for winter break. Office hours for the Spring semester begin Weds., Feb. 10, 2021, M-F 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., 610-328-8059. Clinical telehealth consultations are available beginning Feb. 10, 2021. Request an Appointment
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We are pleased to invite you to the 2020-2021 Benjamin West (virtual) Lecture in Art History
Thursday, February 25th, 4:30pm EST
Racial Capitalocene: Visual Cultures and Abolitionist Ecologies
Lecturer: Professor T. J. Demos, University of CA, Santa Cruz
Virtual event. Open to the public. Registration required.
With reference to three approaches to the experimental aesthetics of abolition ecology—those of Thirza Jean Cuthand, The Otolith Group, and Black Quantum Futurism—this presentation discusses current modelings of radical Indigenous and Afro-futurisms, and worlds-to-come founded upon social justice and environmental flourishing. Where radical imagination meets radical praxis is in the material forces of solidarity, the political form of belonging, more than ever necessary today in the collective battle against international fascisms and global neoliberalisms. While acknowledging the bankruptcy of Eurocentric universalisms, this presentation defends approaches to insurgent political alliance beyond identitarian fragmentation, including within and through political aesthetics of abolition—ultimately of racial and colonial capitalism.
The Tri-Co Philly program invites you to a concert and conversation with Philadelphia singer-songwriter Alyssa Garcia.
Alyssa Garcia is a Philadelphia-based, award-winning singer-songwriter and artist with an indie pop sound. Living by the mantra “Music is the cure”, she strives to use her original music as an outlet of positivity and relatability. Garcia pens soulful tunes that tell her listeners a story.
Garcia has released several EPs and albums and two tracks on her album, “three little words” are featured in the film “Getting Grace” directed by Daniel Roebuck. Garcia has opened for notable artists such as Rusty Clanton, Riley Moore, and the eighth season winner of "the Voice", Sawyer Fredricks. Currently working on her second full-length album, Garcia released her first single "Running", featured on legendary songwriter and producer Linda Perry's "We Are Hear" series, on July 3, 2020.
Are you interested in studying abroad during the Fall 2021 Semester? Planning should begin now. The OCS deadline to apply to study abroad in the Fall 2021 semester is February 22. However, be mindful that some programs have earlier deadlines and others have rolling admissions that favor earlier applications. Your first step is to attend an OCS General Information Session and we encourage you to attend one of the remaining sessions before the end of the semester.
Note: Participation in Off-Campus Study programs will depend on conditions pertaining to COVID-19 in host countries, and the College decision concerning travel. During the current College travel ban, students can participate in Off-Campus Study by petition only.
STUDY ABROAD PROCEDURES FOR APPLICANTS FOR Fall 2021
Friday, Jan 8 1:00 Zoom Link
Friday, Jan 15 10:00 Zoom Link
Friday, Jan 22 11:00 Zoom Link
Friday, Jan 29 3:00 Zoom Link
Black Music Excellence (BME) is a joyous ride through the history of African-American music across the diaspora. It’s more than a soul revue, more than a gospel concert, more than a night of great jazz…it is one part history lesson, one part testimonial and filled with inspired musical performances and spoken word. Claiborne tells you her story through music with her soul-stirring vocals, a witty script, and accompanied by some of the best musicians from the Charlottesville, Va area who thrive to bring and understanding of equity, peace and love with each performance. Claiborne debuted Black Music Excellence Through the Ages in 2019 to a sold out crowd. Joining Claiborne on stage are Ti Ames (vocals), Ivan Orr (keyboard), Tucker Rogers (guitar), Bud Bryant (bass) and Rob Hubbard (drums).
This event will be broadcast via the College’s YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/c/
Sponsored by the Black Cultural Center