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URSCA Presentation Day

Now in its fourth year, Whittier College's Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Arts​ (URSCA) Presentation Day provides students the opportunity to present original work completed during the summer and academic year. Presentations are given through various forms of media including individual and poster presentations, creative arts explorations, and student panels.

Click here to learn more about URSCA 2014.

77th Bach Festival: Harpsichord Recital with Raymond Erickson

The Department of Music at Whittier College hosts its annual Bach Festival to support its educational mission and to enhance the musical experiences of Whittier students and the Southern California community.

The focus of the 77th Bach Festival is "Bach and the Cantata." 

Join us on Sunday, April 6, for a harpsichord recital with Raymond Erickson.

General admission is $10. $5 for seniors and students. This event is free to Whittier College students, faculty, and staff.

77th Bach Festival: "Luther" Film Screening

The Department of Music at Whittier College hosts its annual Bach Festival to support its educational mission and to enhance the musical experiences of Whittier students and the Southern California community.

The focus of the 77th Bach Festival is "Bach and the Cantata." 

Join us on Saturday, April 5, for a screening of the film "Luther" at 7:30 p.m.

This event is open to the public. Admission is free.

For a full schedule of 77th Bach Festival recitals and events, click here or call 562.907.4237.

77th Bach Festival: Choral Concert

The Department of Music at Whittier College hosts its annual Bach Festival to support its educational mission and to enhance the musical experiences of Whittier students and the Southern California community.

The focus of the 77th Bach Festival is "Bach and the Cantata." 

Join us on Saturday, April 5, for a choral concert with Chorale Bel Canto.

General admission is $20. $17 for seniors. $5 student rush at the door. For tickets to this concert only, call 888-460-9222 or visit www.choralebelcanto.org.

77th Bach Festival: "Love, Loss, Nonsense, and Coffee"

The Department of Music at Whittier College hosts its annual Bach Festival to support its educational mission and to enhance the musical experiences of Whittier students and the Southern California community.

The focus of the 77th Bach Festival is "Bach and the Cantata." 

Join us on Friday, April 4, for Love, Loss, Nonsense, and Coffee with Horizon Music Group. Memorial Chapel will be transformed into a coffeehouse, á la  Zimmermann's Coffeehouse in Leipzig.

77th Bach Festival: Musicale

The Department of Music at Whittier College hosts its annual Bach Festival to support its educational mission and to enhance the musical experiences of Whittier students and the Southern California community.

The focus of the 77th Bach Festival is "Bach and the Cantata." 

Join us on Friday, April 4, for our Bach Musicale, which will include student and faculty performances of music by Bach and his contemporaries.

This event is free and open to the public.

Exhibition: "Place, Change, Light"

Whittier College is pleased to present two discreet bodies of work by Los Angeles artists Bob Alderette and Margaret Lazzari. Place, Change, Light juxtaposes these artists’ approaches to the act of painting. Through the physical abutting and layering of both representational and non-representational imagery on traditional and non-traditional surfaces, Alderette’s work explores the idea of paintings as portable, non-permanent objects.

Lecture: "Unlacing Men: Sneakers and New Constructions of Masculinity"

Elizabeth Semmelhack is the senior curator of Toronto's Bata Shoe Museum and her work focuses on the construction of gender in relation to dress. She has curated numerous exhibitions that explore this history, including Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture, which will travel across the United States under the auspices of the American Federation of the Arts.

Refreshments will be served.

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