Santa Monica College Remains Open After COVID-19 is Declared a Pandemic; Most of the Classes Transfer Online, Resources Remain Available to Students — The | Corsair
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how Santa Monica College students, Californians, Americans and The World are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. How art & culture are surviving and thriving in this unexpected age of isolation. Hosted by Jackie Sedley & Glenn Zucman.
The Pandemic Podcast, a look at how Santa Monica College students, Californians, Americans and The World are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. How art & culture are surviving and thriving in this unexpected age of isolation. Hosted by Jackie Sedley & Glenn Zucman.
Music: Ambience of Uncertainty by Whitewolf
Santa Monica College (SMC) Associated Students Director of Sustainability Brooke Harrington talks to Corsair reporter Glenn Zucman about spearheading environmental awareness at SMC, the controversy around AB bill 302, and her plans as Student Trustee elect for Academic Year 2019-2020 in Part 1 of this week's "Corsair Conversations."
Shot by: Conner Savage, Josh Gonzalez, and Victor Noerdlinger
Edited and produced by: Conner Savage
Hosted by: Glenn Zucman
Like Superman and Clark Kent, Santa Monica College (SMC) Dance and Chemistry major Tiffany Dong has two identities. Which will you root for?
Like Superman, Dong the ballerina puts on a leotard and tights and performs athletic feats unimaginable to most mortals. Like Clark, the newspaper reporter, Tiffany the pharmacist puts on a lab coat and quietly goes about her business of making the world a better place for the people who live there.
Like Superman, the things that hold most of us back, do...
In a mix of bang-bang, lively blues, an eccentric preacher, and some hot smooching, Bonnie and Clyde live once again through a melodic, turbulent, and romantic musical show.
The Main Stage production by Santa Monica College (SMC) is based on Ivan Menchell's Broadway playbook. Despite it being inspired by the real-life Bonnie and Clyde, it takes its own artistic liberties when musically exploring the story of the early 1930's outlaws turned folk heroes. Having the struggles of rural communitie...
Welcome to Part 1 of "Corsair Conversations," an interview-based video series hosted by Corsair reporter Glenn Zucman. Stay tuned for parts 2 and 3 of Glenn's interview with A.S. President Isabel Rodriguez.
Shot, edited and produced by: Conner Savage
Extravagant Baroque-inspired suits, Spanish Flamenco music, and colorful uninhibited witches. At first, the audience wonders if they are in the right theater. The play begins with a Flamenco performance, where the traditionally very Scottish General Macbeth looks like a Spanish Torero as he shouts a loud "Ole!" It does not resemble a Shakespearean tragedy until the three witches begin Act I, creepily plotting to meet with Macbeth “in thunder, in lightning, or in rain.”
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On Thursday, May 9, Santa Monica College's (SMC) Public Policy Institute hosted a panel discussion on potential solutions to California's housing crisis. The keynote discussion, which took place in the Broad Stage at the Performance Arts Center, was the culminating event of this year's Spring Symposium. The three speakers were state senators Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica), and Santa Monica Mayor Gleam Davis.
At the heart of the discussion was a debate over the c...
Art gallery La Luz de Jesus' new art opening debuted on May 3, and runs through June 2. One room features a debut solo exhibition by Matthew Couper, and a second room holds a group exhibition titled “Onward.”
Free art openings at La Luz de Jesus take place on the first Friday of every month. Some of their past art exhibits have featured Robert Williams, SHAG, and Manuel Ocampo. La Luz de Jesus is a champion in the lowbrow art community, and has been displaying art in the Hollywood area since ...