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4:30 PM  Japanese Movies: Japonisme and the Birth of Cinema What is the history and evolution of Japanese film? And how does Japanese cinema connect to other film cultures? Join Daisuke Miyao, a leading scholar of cinema in Japan and author of “Japonisme and the Birth of Cinema” (2020) for an introduction to Japanese cinema, and in particular the early connections between French Orientalism and Japanese aesthetics.

Admission/Cost: FREE but please Register

Location: Streaming online

Tuesday, November 17 - 4:30 PM
7:00 PM Presentation: Dahlak Brathwaite "Adapting History" Adapting History is an oral telling of American music through history and American history through music. From gospel to blues, jazz to R&B, America has produced some of the most innovative music of the 20th century. Although the songs are easy on the ears, their inception occurred in cultural climates that were often discordant. In Adapting History, musical artist Dahlak uses spoken word poetry to narrate the complex history of our nation. His musical chronicle shows that despite conflict and misunderstanding, we can still be brilliantly creative. Adapting History was created in collaboration with and commissioned by Montalvo Arts Center’s Education Department, OneBeat via the U.S. State Department, ArtPower at UC San Diego, and the Mondavi Center at UC Davis. General Admission: $10 | UC San Diego Student: Free via SSO | UC San Diego Faculty & Staff: Free via SSO

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