Posts Tagged ‘ucsb multicultural center’
KCSB-FM Presents IS THE MAN WHO IS TALL HAPPY? An Animated Conversation with NOAM CHOMSKY – Free! (Mon., Feb. 24, 7pm: MCC Theater)
Photo Credit: Animated baby/projector projecting real image of Noam Chomsky from Michel Gondry’s IS THE MAN WHO IS TALL HAPPY? Courtesy of Sundance Selects. - click to enlarge KCSB-FM is a proud sponsor of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's 13th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity's Future with special guest Noam Chomsky, on Friday, [...]
A BAND CALLED DEATH’s Filmmakers Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino Join THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, October 14)
On Wednesday, October 16, 6pm, at UCSB's MultiCultural Center Theater, the MCC's Cup of Culture film series presents the 2012 documentary, A Band Called Death. A Band Called Death movie poster (design by Gravillis Inc.) - CLICK TO ENLARGEOn the Monday, October 14th edition of "The Freak Power Ticket" (11am-12noon), producer/host Ted Coe [...]
CAF Exhibition Honors KCSB’s 50th Anniversary – WIRELESS Opens Saturday, November 5 through Sunday, January 8
KCSB 91.9 FM announces the Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum’s presentation of Wireless, an exhibition featuring international artists exploring themes of radio transmission and communications; part of a year-long series of radio programs and public events commemorating the 50th anniversary of Santa Barbara’s only community radio station. [...]
Prof. John Foran on “Che: Part One” and World Revolutions on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 15) – UPDATE: Podcast/Audio Now Online!
Throughout the month of August, The UCSB Education Abroad Program Presents the "World Revolutions Film Series" FREE screenings open to the public every Tuesday night at 7pm on the big screen in UCSB's MultiCultural Center Theater. On Monday's broadcast of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe and guest host Harry Lawton will speak with UCSB [...]
Zombie 101 with Eric Hamako (“Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain”): “The Freak Power Ticket” PODCAST + more!
On February 16th, 2010, Eric Hamako, a doctoral candidate in the Social Justice Education Program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, gave a talk for the UCSB MultiCultural Center's Race Matters Series. Entitled, "Zombie Orientals Ate My Brain: Anti-Arab & Anti-Asian Themes in Zombie Film & Fiction," Hamako's work argues that [...]