Friday, November 1st

Time Event Title
All day-Nov 21st

HSU Art Department Centennial "Revisit: Art by Former Faculty" Exhibit

Reese Bullen Gallery
The Reese Bullen Gallery celebrates Humboldt State University’s Centennial, with the final exhibit of a three-part art faculty exhibition series. REVISIT: Art by Former Faculty highlights artwork from faculty that began teaching at HSU in the late 1960's through the early 1990's. The exhibit runs from November 1 through November 21, with an opening reception on Friday, November 1, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event.

REVISIT, the conclusion of the art faculty exhibition series, follows the NOW exhibit that featured current Art Department faculty and staff at the HSU First Street Gallery and the Reese Bullen Gallery THEN exhibition of art by the founding faculty that began teaching at HSU between 1914 and 1966. REVISIT fills in the time period between these two previous exhibitions while continuing to demonstrate the variety and evolution of the visual arts and art instruction at HSU.

Gallery Director Michele McCall-Wallace noted, “Many of the artists in the exhibit taught at HSU for over 25 years and are fondly remembered in their role as teachers, colleagues and members of our community. It is great to have their art here, to see what they are doing now, and to provide an opportunity for our current students to see the work of our previous faculty.”

The exhibit includes artworks by 27 artists who taught in the areas of drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, gallery and museum studies, jewelry, ceramics, and printmaking during a time of expansion and growth of the Art Department at Humboldt State University. “The most exciting part about REVISIT is seeing the past artists’ works and how strong it was back then and how it has led to our art department today, which continues to be strong and expand,” remarked Teresa Stanley, current Art Department Chairperson.

The Reese Bullen Gallery is located in the Humboldt State University Art Building at the intersection of B Street and Laurel in Arcata. The gallery is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between the hours of 12-5 p.m., Thursday 12-7 p.m., Friday 12-5 p.m., and Saturday 10-2 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, please contact the gallery office at 707-826-5814 or email rbg@humboldt.edu.
All day-Nov 8th

Campus Dialogue on Race

HSU Campus
The theme of the 2013 Campus Dialogue on Race is “(In)Justice and Resistance: Past, Present and Potential.”

This theme encompasses the following:

Body Justice*
Racism in a “Post-Racial” Society
Justice for Trayvon(s): Stand Whose Ground?
Environmental Racism / Environmental Justice
Food Politics / Food Justice
Disability Justice
No Body is Illegal: Immigration Justice
Activism to End Violence
Gender Injustice / Engendering Justice
Prison Abolition
Education Justice
HSU – the Next 100 Years
10:00 am-12:00 pm

Testimonios as a Call to Action

Library Fishbowl
Testimonio is a denunciation narrative to an audience, in the public sphere. The ultimate goal of giving a testimonio is to intervene in the world in the cause of justice. As an action in itself, it is a call for solidarity and the start of healing and liberating processes.

Presenter: Dr. Marisol Ruiz, Education

Part of the Campus Dialogue on Race Nov. 1-8.
3:00 pm-5:00 pm

Fight for Environmental Equality and Justice

Siemens Hall
This workshop focuses on the intersection of race and environmental issues; discussions will address the challenge of sustaining healthy neighborhood environments in particularly low-income neighborhoods and communities of color. Issues include access to safe water, sanitation, and access to open space. The sociological lens will be placed on the mainstream environmental movement, ecofeminism and environmental degradation in developing nations.

Presenters: Bianca Castillo and Julie Lovich

Part of the Campus Dialogue on Race Nov. 1-8.
4:00 pm

Biological Sciences Lecture Series

Science B 135
All are welcome to this week's seminar speaker. Dr. Brent D. Mishler, of the University of California, presents, "Phylogenetic approaches to biodiversity, endemism, and conservation."

Understanding spatial patterns of biodiversity is critical for conservation planning, particularly given the need to prioritize efforts in the face of rapid habitat loss and human-induced climatic change. Biodiversity and endemism are typically measured using species. However, investigation of patterns of species distributions alone misses out on both the richness of patterns that can be inferred using the full tree of life, and the analytical power that comes from a phylogenetic approach.

I will present the application of phylogenetic methods, particularly the new measures Relative Phylogenetic Diversity (RPD) and Relative Phylogenetic Endemism (RPE), and show how they greatly enhance our knowledge of the distribution of biodiversity across both space and time. These methods are valuable in the conservation decision-making process. Conservation reserve design can be guided by assessment of phylogeny rather than species counts alone and can identify complementary areas of biodiversity that have unique evolutionary histories and processes in need of conservation. Examples will be shown from the Australian and California floras.
4:30 pm-6:30 pm

Opening Reception for "Revisit" at the Reese Bullen Gallery

Reese Bullen Gallery - Art Building, Humboldt State University
The Reese Bullen Gallery celebrates Humboldt State University’s Centennial, with the final exhibit of a three-part art faculty exhibition series. REVISIT: Art by Former Faculty highlights artwork from faculty that began teaching at HSU in the late 1960's through the early 1990's. The exhibit runs from November 1 through November 21, with an opening reception on Friday, November 1, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend this free event.

REVISIT, the conclusion of the art faculty exhibition series, follows the NOW exhibit that featured current Art Department faculty and staff at the HSU First Street Gallery and the Reese Bullen Gallery THEN exhibition of art by the founding faculty that began teaching at HSU between 1914 and 1966. REVISIT fills in the time period between these two previous exhibitions while continuing to demonstrate the variety and evolution of the visual arts and art instruction at HSU.

Gallery Director Michele McCall-Wallace noted, “Many of the artists in the exhibit taught at HSU for over 25 years and are fondly remembered in their role as teachers, colleagues and members of our community. It is great to have their art here, to see what they are doing now, and to provide an opportunity for our current students to see the work of our previous faculty.”

The exhibit includes artworks by 27 artists who taught in the areas of drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, gallery and museum studies, jewelry, ceramics, and printmaking during a time of expansion and growth of the Art Department at Humboldt State University. “The most exciting part about REVISIT is seeing the past artists’ works and how strong it was back then and how it has led to our art department today, which continues to be strong and expand,” remarked Teresa Stanley, current Art Department Chairperson.

The Reese Bullen Gallery is located in the Humboldt State University Art Building at the intersection of B Street and Laurel in Arcata. The gallery is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between the hours of 12-5 p.m., Thursday 12-7 p.m., Friday 12-5 p.m., and Saturday 10-2 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, please contact the gallery office at 707-826-5814 or email rbg@humboldt.edu.
6:00 pm-11:00 pm

Dia de Los Muertos

Behavioral and Social Sciences Building
Come join M.E.Ch.A de HSU for a Dia De los Muertos Celebration Nov 1st and 2nd.

There will be altar presentations, musical guests, performances by Danza Azteca, Baile Folklorico and more!
8:00 pm

New York Gypsy All-Stars

Van Duzer Theater
Uniting virtuosi from throughout the Eastern European diaspora, forged in the halls of the world's best conservatories, The New York Gypsy All-Stars cover the world rhythmically and harmonically. Led with Roma-inspired zeal by classically trained, traditionally-raised, Macedonian clarinet wonder Ismail Lumanovski, the group never loses its sharp musical focus, astounding chops and true spirit of their Gypsy namesakes.
8:00 pm

Horn Studio Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Sep 27th-Nov 30th

HSU Clarke Museum Centennial Exhibit

Clarke Historical Museum
Oct 4th-Nov 3rd

A Moment in Time: Eight Photographers from California’s North Coast

First Street Gallery
Oct 4th-Nov 3rd

Forest Invisible: Photographs by Young Suh

First Street Gallery

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