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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
25
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019

Breaking all the rules, SSU dance students perform five new works from nationally acclaimed guest artists Larry Arrington, Monica Bill Barnes, Erin Landry and SSU Dance faculty Christine Cali and Kristen Daley. Specializing in experimental performance, Barnes enjoys “bringing dance where it doesn’t belong” while Arrington’s work gravitates toward the “subversively political and accidentally hilarious.” In residency this spring, Landry is known for her powerful, mesmerizing choreography with contemporary, Middle Eastern and Afro-Caribbean influences.

The newly formed SSU Dance Alumni Collective “CCMC” also makes a guest appearance, presenting a new work at the final two performances April 27 and 28.

SSU Students FREE | Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online  


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Sonoma Film Institute presents, Hale County This Morning, This Evening
Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

Sonoma Film Institute presents, Hale County This Morning, This Evening

“The American stranger knows Blackness as a fact—even though it is fiction,’ says writer-director RaMell Ross. For his visionary and political debut feature, which premiered to great acclaim at Sundance in 2018, Ross spent five years intimately observing African American families living in Hale County, Alabama. It’s a region made unforgettable by Walker Evans and James Agee’s landmark 1941 photographic essay Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, which documented the impoverished lives of white sharecropper families in Alabama’s Dust Bowl during the Great Depression. Ross’s poetic return to this place shows changed demographics, and depicts people resilient in the face of adversity and invisibility. HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING introduces a distinct and powerful new voice in American filmmaking.” – New Directors/New Films (2018, 76 min.)  Free Admission

Director RaMell Ross will appear to introduce the film and for Q&A after this (Friday) screening.


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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
26
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019


Breaking all the rules, SSU dance students perform five new works from nationally acclaimed guest artists Larry Arrington, Monica Bill Barnes, Erin Landry and SSU Dance faculty Christine Cali and Kristen Daley. Specializing in experimental performance, Barnes enjoys “bringing dance where it doesn’t belong” while Arrington’s work gravitates toward the “subversively political and accidentally hilarious.” In residency this spring, Landry is known for her powerful, mesmerizing choreography with contemporary, Middle Eastern and Afro-Caribbean influences.

The newly formed SSU Dance Alumni Collective “CCMC” also makes a guest appearance, presenting a new work at the final two performances April 27 and 28.

SSU Students FREE | Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online  


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Sudden Oak Death Blitz
Apr
27
9:00 AM09:00

Sudden Oak Death Blitz

Help control this destructive forest pathogen by engaging in this statewide citizen science project to learn about Sudden Oak Death and collect samples. This is an exciting way to visit the stunning landscape of the Galbreath Preserve while contributing to science, and even getting your own trees tested. Learn more at sodblitz.org. To register, go to www.sonoma.edu/cei


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Fairfield Osborn Naturalists Tours
Apr
27
10:00 AM10:00

Fairfield Osborn Naturalists Tours

The Osborn Preserve is known for its erosive geology, habitat diversity, and aquatic insect communities in Copeland Creek. On your tour, your guide will lead you into the heart of the Preserve, sharing stories about the area's geology, ecology, human history, and on-going research and management.

Public tours are seasonally available on Saturdays. For tour dates, see Center Calendar. No registration is required. Tours last approximately 4 hours. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes and bring food, water, and sunscreen or rain gear (depending on the weather). There is no cost, but donations are recommended and appreciated. Written Directions to Osborn. If you are interested in learning how to lead public tours, we encourage you to take our Docent Naturalist Training. For more information contact Suzanne DeCoursey.

No need to sign up. Just show up.


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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
27
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019

Every spring SSU’s Dance faculty Kristen Daley and Christine Cali invite renowned, professional guest artists from around the country to explore, inspire, collaborate and present new dance works featuring SSU student performers.

$10-$17 | SSU Students Free w/ID - to get free tix, go to tickets.sonoma.edu and type in code SSUStudent


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Gender Bender / Rainbow Prom
Apr
27
8:30 PM20:30

Gender Bender / Rainbow Prom

Gender Bender is a lively drag show held at Sonoma State University. It is a space to celebrate and embrace gender nonconformity in the form of dressing up, dancing, music, and fun. There will be contests, prizes and lots of fun; so dress to impress in your gender-bending clothing! Gender Bender is followed by Rainbow Prom, an all-inclusive dance party, held in the same space. Both events are in collaboration with Sonoma State’s Queer Straight Alliance.


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Scene It Movie, featuring: Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century
Apr
27
9:00 PM21:00

Scene It Movie, featuring: Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century

Zenon Car is a trouble-prone 13-year-old girl who, in the year 2049 AD, lives on a space station with the rest of her family. When she runs afoul of Parker Windom, the owner of the station, Zenon is determined to be "incorrigible", and as punishment is exiled to the worst place imaginable: The planet earth. After several painful weeks of adjustment to her new surroundings, Zenon enlists the aid of her earthbound pals to return to her "real" home with evidence that the "respectable" Mr. Windom is up to no good. Starring, Kirsten Storms, Raven-Symoné and Bob Bancroft


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Sudden Oak Death Blitz
Apr
28
9:00 AM09:00

Sudden Oak Death Blitz

Help control this destructive forest pathogen by engaging in this statewide citizen science project to learn about Sudden Oak Death and collect samples. This is an exciting way to visit the stunning landscape of the Galbreath Preserve while contributing to science, and even getting your own trees tested. Learn more at sodblitz.org. To register, go to www.sonoma.edu/cei


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Wild Flowers & Wild Grasses
Apr
28
10:00 AM10:00

Wild Flowers & Wild Grasses

Only one percent of California’s once vast native grasslands remain. What does this mean to Northern California? Perhaps a decline in wildflowers? Mendocino County experts will teach us why we must care and what role we can play in grasslands restoration. Explore the wildflowers and native grasses of the Yorkville hills with preeminent leaders in the field.

There is a $25 event fee. The Anderson Valley Land Trust requests payment be made the day of the field trip. Cash and checks, made payable to AVLT, are acceptable.

Register with Trey Petrey, Anderson Valley Land Trust, at avlt@mcn.org or 707-895-3150. Please provide your name, email, phone number and names of any guests when you register.


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Sonoma Film Institute presents, Hale County This Morning, This Evening
Apr
28
4:30 PM16:30

Sonoma Film Institute presents, Hale County This Morning, This Evening

“The American stranger knows Blackness as a fact—even though it is fiction,’ says writer-director RaMell Ross. For his visionary and political debut feature, which premiered to great acclaim at Sundance in 2018, Ross spent five years intimately observing African American families living in Hale County, Alabama. It’s a region made unforgettable by Walker Evans and James Agee’s landmark 1941 photographic essay Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, which documented the impoverished lives of white sharecropper families in Alabama’s Dust Bowl during the Great Depression. Ross’s poetic return to this place shows changed demographics, and depicts people resilient in the face of adversity and invisibility. HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING, THIS EVENING introduces a distinct and powerful new voice in American filmmaking.” – New Directors/New Films (2018, 76 min.)  Free Admission

Director RaMell Ross will appear to introduce the film and for Q&A after this (Friday) screening.


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ASP Free Bowling Night
May
2
10:00 PM22:00

ASP Free Bowling Night

Come join ASP at Double Decker Lanes for the first bowling of the semester all you need is your SSU ID. Throw on some Sonoma gear and grab a friend, we'll see you there!

Email any questions or anticipated accommodations 2 weeks in advance of the program to ASP@sonoma.edu and keep up with us on Instagram and Snapchat @ SSU_ASP!


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Fairfield Osborn Naturalists Tours
May
4
10:00 AM10:00

Fairfield Osborn Naturalists Tours

The Osborn Preserve is known for its erosive geology, habitat diversity, and aquatic insect communities in Copeland Creek. On your tour, your guide will lead you into the heart of the Preserve, sharing stories about the area's geology, ecology, human history, and on-going research and management.

Public tours are seasonally available on Saturdays. For tour dates, see Center Calendar. No registration is required. Tours last approximately 4 hours. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes and bring food, water, and sunscreen or rain gear (depending on the weather). There is no cost, but donations are recommended and appreciated. Written Directions to Osborn. If you are interested in learning how to lead public tours, we encourage you to take our Docent Naturalist Training. For more information contact Suzanne DeCoursey.

No need to sign up. Just show up.


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Pacific Cultural Night
May
4
7:30 PM19:30

Pacific Cultural Night

Pacific Cultural Night is the largest student-run cultural showcase on the SSU campus.  FAASSU uses this showcase to exhibit dances across the Filipino and Polynesian cultures, while also highlighting the talent and cultural heritage of our members and other organizations on campus.  PCN gives us, the students, an opportunity to express our cultural identity as a diverse community on the SSU campus. This year's show will be FAASSU's 10th anniversary of PCN and will be honoring all of the past PCN seasons."

Ticketing info: Tickets will go on sale the first week of April, they are $5 for students and $10 for non students.  The show is at Person Theatre on May 4th, doors open at 7 pm and the show begins at 7:30.


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Scene It Movie, featuring: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
May
4
9:00 PM21:00

Scene It Movie, featuring: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The citizens of Bricksburg face a dangerous new threat when LEGO DUPLO invaders from outer space start to wreck everything in their path. The battle to defeat the enemy and restore harmony to the LEGO universe takes Emmet, Lucy, Batman and the rest of their friends to faraway, unexplored worlds that test their courage and creativity.

Starring Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett


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Doggy Play Day
May
9
11:30 AM11:30

Doggy Play Day

4Paws is the organizations that will bring  therapy dogs and their owners to share their love. Students will have time to pet and bond with the animals to help relieve the stress of everyday student life.  Everyone can pet a furry valentine! Sponsored by the Student Health Activities Club/Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC).


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"Paws" For a Study Break
May
12
to May 14

"Paws" For a Study Break

Need some time to relax and unwind during finals? Come relax by petting a therapy dog during our "Paws" for a Study Break sessions. Find us on the 1st Floor of the University Library and the Charlie Brown Cafe courtyard from 1-3 PM.

This is a part of the ongoing De-Stress for Success program presented by the University Library. De-stress for Success is a series of activities designed to help students to find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during finals week.

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Pop-Up Tea Party
May
14
6:00 PM18:00

Pop-Up Tea Party

Need some time to relax and unwind during finals? Take a break at the SSU Library during our De-Stress for Success program. Starting the week of finals, the University Library will host daily programs to help SSU faculty, staff, and students relax during the most stressful time in the semester.

De-stress for Success is a series of activities designed to help students to find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during finals week. Come unwind by petting a therapy dog during our "Paws" for a Study Break sessions, grab a warm mug of tea from our Pop-Up Tea Library, have fun in the sun blowing bubbles on the library lawn, and stop by to make your own stress ball. Healthy treats, jigsaw puzzles, and coloring tables will also be available on a drop-in basis to students all week long in the 2nd Floor lobby.  The full schedule can be found here


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Bubbles on the Lawn
May
15
1:00 PM13:00

Bubbles on the Lawn

  • 2nd Floor Outdoor entrance to Schulz Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Need some time to relax and unwind during finals? Take a break at the SSU Library during our De-Stress for Success program. Starting the week of finals, the University Library will host daily programs to help SSU faculty, staff, and students relax during the most stressful time in the semester.

De-stress for Success is a series of activities designed to help students to find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during finals week. Come unwind by petting a therapy dog during our "Paws" for a Study Break sessions, grab a warm mug of tea from our Pop-Up Tea Library, have fun in the sun blowing bubbles on the library lawn, and stop by to make your own stress ball. Healthy treats, jigsaw puzzles, and coloring tables will also be available on a drop-in basis to students all week long in the 2nd Floor lobby.  The full schedule can be found here:


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DIY Stress Balls
May
16
1:00 PM13:00

DIY Stress Balls

Need some time to relax and unwind during finals? Take a break at the SSU Library during our De-Stress for Success program. Starting the week of finals, the University Library will host daily programs to help SSU faculty, staff, and students relax during the most stressful time in the semester.

De-stress for Success is a series of activities designed to help students to find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during finals week. Come unwind by petting a therapy dog during our "Paws" for a Study Break sessions, grab a warm mug of tea from our Pop-Up Tea Library, have fun in the sun blowing bubbles on the library lawn, and stop by to make your own stress ball. Healthy treats, jigsaw puzzles, and coloring tables will also be available on a drop-in basis to students all week long in the 2nd Floor lobby.  The full schedule can be found here:


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Copeland Creek/ Campus Garden Work-Party Potluck
Apr
25
1:00 PM13:00

Copeland Creek/ Campus Garden Work-Party Potluck

All hands on deck for this work party near the Environmental Technology Center. Please bring any food items you can so we can enjoy a big healthy feast at the end of our hard work. Your help would be greatly appreciated. For any questions concerning these events contact Peter Forte: jump.sustainability@sonoma.edu


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Performance in the Preserve
Apr
22
6:00 PM18:00

Performance in the Preserve

Following last year’s “Hope Ablaze” comes a new Performance in the Preserve. This student-made Earth Day show encompasses art and science, bringing together students in Theatre, Biology, Music, Communications and more to create a compelling, environmentally-themed performance. Engage with nature at this promenade performance and indoor reception.


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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
20
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019

Breaking all the rules, SSU dance students perform five new works from nationally acclaimed guest artists Larry Arrington, Monica Bill Barnes, Erin Landry and SSU Dance faculty Christine Cali and Kristen Daley. Specializing in experimental performance, Barnes enjoys “bringing dance where it doesn’t belong” while Arrington’s work gravitates toward the “subversively political and accidentally hilarious.” In residency this spring, Landry is known for her powerful, mesmerizing choreography with contemporary, Middle Eastern and Afro-Caribbean influences.

The newly formed SSU Dance Alumni Collective “CCMC” also makes a guest appearance, presenting a new work at the final two performances April 27 and 28.

SSU Students FREE | Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online  


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Villalobos Brothers
Apr
20
7:30 PM19:30

Villalobos Brothers

Contemporary high-octane Mexican fiddling! The Villalobos Brothers (Ernesto, Alberto, and Luis) use their violins and voices to redefine contemporary Mexican music. Their original compositions masterfully blend elements of jazz, rock, classical, and Mexican folk to deliver a powerful message of love, brotherhood, and social justice. Artistic Director and guitarist Humberto Flores, drummer Rosa Avila, and bassist Leo Sherman complete the line-up. Tickets on sale at the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or online at tickets.sonoma.edu   


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DIY Saturday: Lava Lamps
Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

DIY Saturday: Lava Lamps

Come out and join your fellow Seawolves and RA’s in some good ol DIY fun!! Get out of the dorm and let your creativity run wild, Saturdays at 7pm in the Vineyard. From making your own slime, playdoh, magnets, and so much more to hanging with your fellow Seawolves. This is the place to be on campus!


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Performance in the Preserve
Apr
20
6:00 PM18:00

Performance in the Preserve

Following last year’s “Hope Ablaze” comes a new Performance in the Preserve. This student-made Earth Day show encompasses art and science, bringing together students in Theatre, Biology, Music, Communications and more to create a compelling, environmentally-themed performance. Engage with nature at this promenade performance and indoor reception.


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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
19
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019

Breaking all the rules, SSU dance students perform five new works from nationally acclaimed guest artists Larry Arrington, Monica Bill Barnes, Erin Landry and SSU Dance faculty Christine Cali and Kristen Daley. Specializing in experimental performance, Barnes enjoys “bringing dance where it doesn’t belong” while Arrington’s work gravitates toward the “subversively political and accidentally hilarious.” In residency this spring, Landry is known for her powerful, mesmerizing choreography with contemporary, Middle Eastern and Afro-Caribbean influences.

The newly formed SSU Dance Alumni Collective “CCMC” also makes a guest appearance, presenting a new work at the final two performances April 27 and 28.

SSU Students FREE | Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online  

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ASP Presents: Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles
Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

ASP Presents: Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles

The world's first and only LGBTQ Mariachi brings Mexican music and folklore to Southern California. This unique ensemble was created as a safe haven for mariachi musicians who identify as LGBTQ to come together and perform traditional Mexican regional music in an otherwise “machista” and somewhat discriminating subculture of the mariachi world. We are a dynamic ensemble representing the traditions of a rich culture of Mexico. Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles prides itself in providing its public with the utmost professionalism and musicianship. So come and join us for a night full of dope music and great food catered by Sol Azteca!
Mariachi Arcoiris de Los Angeles IG @mariachiarcoiris Website: https://www.mariachiarcoiris.com/

Email any questions or anticipated accommodations in advance of the program by (04/15/19) to asp.expressive@sonoma.edu and keep up with us on Instagram @sonomastate_as!


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Performance in the Preserve
Apr
19
6:00 PM18:00

Performance in the Preserve

Following last year’s “Hope Ablaze” comes a new Performance in the Preserve. This student-made Earth Day show encompasses art and science, bringing together students in Theatre, Biology, Music, Communications and more to create a compelling, environmentally-themed performance. Engage with nature at this promenade performance and indoor reception.


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Spring Dance Concert 2019
Apr
18
7:30 PM19:30

Spring Dance Concert 2019

Breaking all the rules, SSU dance students perform five new works from nationally acclaimed guest artists Larry Arrington, Monica Bill Barnes, Erin Landry and SSU Dance faculty Christine Cali and Kristen Daley. Specializing in experimental performance, Barnes enjoys “bringing dance where it doesn’t belong” while Arrington’s work gravitates toward the “subversively political and accidentally hilarious.” In residency this spring, Landry is known for her powerful, mesmerizing choreography with contemporary, Middle Eastern and Afro-Caribbean influences.

The newly formed SSU Dance Alumni Collective “CCMC” also makes a guest appearance, presenting a new work at the final two performances April 27 and 28.

SSU Students FREE | Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online  


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Farm To Table Special Dinner
Apr
18
5:00 PM17:00

Farm To Table Special Dinner

Student Involvement and Culinary have a treat for you. We’re keeping it local and home grown for dinner. That’s right - from farm to table! So, put on your boots, your hat, and bring a hard working appetite! We’ll add a little farmer splash to the kitchens, plan a couple farm grown activities, and see you there from 5pm-8pm!


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Kitchen's Spring Cooking Class: One pot risotto
Apr
17
2:00 PM14:00

Kitchen's Spring Cooking Class: One pot risotto

Led by Executive Chef Don Cortes, this free one-pot cooking series teaches the basics of creating a healthy yet quick meal. The featured lesson menu includes: Risotto. All ingredients and kitchen utensils will be provided, and attendees take home a free shirt.

The last day to register is April 11. Spots are limited to 10 max—sign up via the link.


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Performance in the Preserve
Apr
17
12:00 PM12:00

Performance in the Preserve

Following last year’s “Hope Ablaze” comes a new Performance in the Preserve. This student-made Earth Day show encompasses art and science, bringing together students in Theatre, Biology, Music, Communications and more to create a compelling, environmentally-themed performance. Engage with nature at this promenade performance and indoor reception.


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Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats
Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats


POWER LINES - A New Play Festival with Hard Hats | 7:30 PM | Ives Hall Studio76

The POWER LINES festival is back, featuring four short plays written, directed and performed by SSU students; LOTUS FLOWER by Kat Anderson, CHEERS by Joelle Joyner-Wong, EAT YOUR HEART OUT by Kyle Kiefer, and ORDER’S UP by Christa Rico. From really bad pick-up lines and dorm room deep space, to mind-bending otherworldly planes; POWER LINES always packs a punch.

Festival Director, Scott Horstein |  $6 Admission | SSU Students FREE

Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online

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Get Out To The Green Featuring, TAIKOPROJECT – Surrounding Suns
Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

Get Out To The Green Featuring, TAIKOPROJECT – Surrounding Suns

TAIKOPROJECT  was founded in 2000 in Los Angeles by a group of young, emerging Taiko drummers seeking to create a truly American style of Taiko by blending the traditional forms in which they were raised with an innovative and fresh aesthetic approach to the Japanese drum. Since that time the musicians have garnered critical acclaim from all over the world and amassed an impressive resume.  

Tickets on sale at the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or online at tickets.sonoma.edu   

We have 20 free tickets and dessert for students who want to go! To get the tickets, email Mo.phillips@sonoma.edu

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Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats
Apr
12
7:30 PM19:30

Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats


 POWER LINES - A New Play Festival with Hard Hats | 7:30 PM | Ives Hall Studio76

The POWER LINES festival is back, featuring four short plays written, directed and performed by SSU students; LOTUS FLOWER by Kat Anderson, CHEERS by Joelle Joyner-Wong, EAT YOUR HEART OUT by Kyle Kiefer, and ORDER’S UP by Christa Rico. From really bad pick-up lines and dorm room deep space, to mind-bending otherworldly planes; POWER LINES always packs a punch.

Festival Director, Scott Horstein |  $6 Admission | SSU Students FREE

Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online


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CMEA 6th California State Band and Orchestra Festival
Apr
12
8:00 AM08:00

CMEA 6th California State Band and Orchestra Festival

The California Music Educators Association is proud to announce its 6th California State Band and Orchestra Festival, presented by World Projects, to be held at Weill Hall on the campus of Sonoma State University on April 12, 2019. This adjudicated event is open to middle school, junior high and high school concert bands and orchestras from throughout the state. Tickets on sale at the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or online at tickets.sonoma.edu   


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Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats
Apr
11
7:30 PM19:30

Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats

POWER LINES - A New Play Festival with Hard Hats | 7:30 PM | Ives Hall Studio76

The POWER LINES festival is back, featuring four short plays written, directed and performed by SSU students; LOTUS FLOWER by Kat Anderson, CHEERS by Joelle Joyner-Wong, EAT YOUR HEART OUT by Kyle Kiefer, and ORDER’S UP by Christa Rico. From really bad pick-up lines and dorm room deep space, to mind-bending otherworldly planes; POWER LINES always packs a punch.

Festival Director, Scott Horstein |  $6 Admission | SSU Students FREE

Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online

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Lights, Camera, Caption!
Apr
10
2:00 PM14:00

Lights, Camera, Caption!

Captioning has always been important, but with technology changing, the popularity of online video, and the growth of the deaf and hard of hearing population, captioning has become more important now than ever before.  

Ready to start captioning your video content? This interactive session will show you how easy it is to caption YouTube videos.


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Sonoma Film Institute presents, The Third Murder
Apr
7
4:30 PM16:30

Sonoma Film Institute presents, The Third Murder

“Master director Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest film is a tour-de-force examination of guilt and justice. A young defense attorney is called in to help with what seems like the straightforward case of an admitted killer. Misumi (the incomparable Koji Yakusho) genially claims responsibility for the murder of a wealthy factory owner but his story shifts with alarming frequency. His odd behavior raises doubts for the pragmatic lawyer who begins to suspect that Misumi is hiding a more complicated truth.” - SFIFF (2017, 124 min., in Japanese w/English subtitles)  Free Admission


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The Composer is Dead | Francesco Lecce-Chong and Jeff Cote
Apr
7
3:00 PM15:00

The Composer is Dead | Francesco Lecce-Chong and Jeff Cote

Was it the violist in the balcony with the hard violin case? Join the Symphony, new Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong and a wily inspector, to solve the mystery of the dead composer while learning about the orchestra, instruments, music and composers. The audience will be pulled into this Lemony Snicket mystery and the orchestral music. Tickets on sale at the Info and Tickets Desk at the Student Center or online at tickets.sonoma.edu   

Pre-concert fun for kids of all ages…Arrive one hour early and visit our Instrument Petting Zoo. All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket.



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Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats
Apr
6
7:30 PM19:30

Powerlines: A New Play Festival with Hard Hats


 POWER LINES - A New Play Festival with Hard Hats | 7:30 PM | Ives Hall Studio76

The POWER LINES festival is back, featuring four short plays written, directed and performed by SSU students; LOTUS FLOWER by Kat Anderson, CHEERS by Joelle Joyner-Wong, EAT YOUR HEART OUT by Kyle Kiefer, and ORDER’S UP by Christa Rico. From really bad pick-up lines and dorm room deep space, to mind-bending otherworldly planes; POWER LINES always packs a punch.

Festival Director, Scott Horstein |  $6 Admission | SSU Students FREE

Tickets available at Student Center Info Desk or online


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