Smc Spring 2023 – Mobility and Strength with Bands Discover how to use resistance bands and other methods to tone muscles in this Pilates-inspired workshop taught by Alyson (“Aly”) Mattoon. The Los Angeles-based Pilates teacher and interdisciplinary movement educator was a principal dancer for a decade with the Santa Barbara State Street Ballet, and holds a Pilates certification through Body Arts and Science International (BASI), a Bachelor of Arts Stages of Saint. Mary’s College LEAP Program and GYROTONIC® Certification. (GYROTONIC® is a registered trademark of GYROTONIC® Sales Corp. and is used with permission).
Balinese Movement Join Emiko Saraswati Susilo in a class that introduces the basic techniques and philosophy of Balinese dance, including its connection to Balinese music and culture. A dancer/choreographer, voice actor and musician who enjoys the intersection of movement, sound and music, Susilo has dedicated his life to fostering cross-cultural communication. She is the director of the Çudamani Association, where she leads international programs and programs that promote opportunities for women in the Balinese performing arts, and has taught in Bali and the United States and served as director and president of Gamelan Sekar Jaya for 10 years.
Smc Spring 2023
Los Angeles-based dancer, choreographer, and educator Laura Ann Smyth will lead a rhythmic movement class that honors the roots of African-American folk jazz while exemplifying contemporary dance practice, encouraging participants to perform, discover musical precision, and experience joy. history through movement. A member of Donna Sternberg & Dancers and the JazzAntiqua Dance & Music Ensemble, Smyth is a full-time faculty member at Loyola Marymount University and is currently a doctoral candidate in dance at Texas Woman’s University, where her scholarship focuses on the intersectionality of blackness. jazz -informed dance practice and embodied rhetoric.
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A Read by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah Ghanaian-American Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah is the New York Times bestselling author of Black Friday (2018), a collection of edgy yet charming stories. It won the PEN/Jean Stein Book Award and was selected by Colson Whitehead as one of the winners of the National Book Foundation’s “5 Under 35” award. Adjei-Brenyah’s work has appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Esquire, Literary Hub, Paris Review, Guernica, and Longreads, and she recently completed her debut novel Chain-Gang All-Stars (Penguin Random House 2023)
Monopoly Power, Tech Goliaths, and Our Democracy Matt Stoller, director of research at the American Economic Freedom Project, is the author of Goliath: The Hundred-Year War Between Monopoly Power and Democracy (Simon and Schuster 2020). He previously served as policy advisor to the Senate Budget Committee and also worked for a member of the US House Financial Services Committee during the financial crisis. Stoller’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, Fast Company, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, Vice, The American Conservative, and The Baffler. He also writes Big, a monopoly-focused newsletter with tens of thousands of subscribers.
Navigating Real Horror Through Horror Writing: A Reading by Tananarive Due Award-winning author Tananarive Due, a leading voice in Black speculative fiction for over 20 years, teaches Black Horror and Afrofuturism at UCLA. He executive produced Shudder’s ground-breaking documentary “Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror.” Projects with her husband and collaborator Steven Barnes include “Small Town” for Season 2 of Jordan Peele’s “The Twilight Zone” on Paramount Plus and the two-part Shudder anthology film “Horror Noire.” The duo also wrote the Black Horror graphic novel The Keeper, illustrated by Marco Finnegan, and host the podcast “Lifewriting: Write for Your Life!”
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Reading by Karen Tei Yamashita Karen Tei Yamashita, whose parents survived the Topaz internment camp during World War II, is professor emeritus of literature and creative writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is the author of eight books, including the award-winning novel I Hotel. In 2021, the National Book Foundation awarded Yamashita a Lifetime Achievement Award for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. He has also received the John Dos Passos Award for Literature and the Ford Foundation Fellowship for United States Artists, as well as the California Book Award and the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association Award, among others.
Dr. Douglas Macgregor is a decorated combat veteran, former senior advisor to the Secretary of Defense, author of five books, and defense and foreign policy consultant. He is well known throughout Europe, Israel, Russia, China and Korea for his seminal books on military transformation – Breaking the Phalanx (Praeger 1997) and Transformation on Fire (Praeger 2003) – and his proposals for changes in Force Design have influenced deeply development power in Israel, Russia and China. Dr. Macgregor also wrote Margin of Victory: Five Battles That Changed the Face of Modern War (Naval Institute Press 2016). He has testified as an expert witness before the Senate and House Armed Services Committees, and has appeared as a defense analyst on Fox News, CNN, BBC, Sky News and public radio.
Discover how to get through tough times with tools to manage demands and develop mindfulness, mental health and resilience. Learn to adjust how you think, react and work; how to deal with pressure, demands and other people; and how to replenish the main productivity tool: attention. Then learn how to focus your attention on life outside of work to find life balance, increase well-being, increase optimism in your outlook, and build the keys to sustainable happiness. Sponsored by the Associates, Media and Communication Studies and Design Technology Departments.
Spring 2023 Philosophy Classes
Documentary Screening and Q&A with Director Dan Kwong Join us for a screening of We Were All Here, a collaborative video project by artists Dan Kwong and Paulina Sahagun that examines the history of Santa Monica’s Pico Neighborhood, the home of families Latinas, blacks and Asians. After the screening, a question and answer panel with director Kwong and the children featured in the documentary. Sponsored by Associates.
Join Greg Schreiner, president of the Marilyn Remembered fan club since 1982, on a journey through the life of Marilyn Monroe, highlighting her efforts to eliminate racial injustice and her zeal to fight for women’s rights in the 1950s. Monroe was one of early feminists and built her own production company when it was unheard of in the film industry, fighting the film studios to make pictures of quality and substance. Schreiner will bring a selection of items that once belonged to Monroe, and the talk will include music from Monroe’s career played live on the piano.
Mediation provides dispute resolution. There are no disputes, disagreements or misunderstandings that cannot benefit from conflict intervention and de-escalation skills. Learn to think like an expert mediator who understands that conflict is not bad in itself, but an opportunity to learn and change. This workshop presents a unique combination of traditional mediation concepts and different perspectives, and includes practicing mediation exercises in small groups.
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Join us for a screening of We Were All Here, a collaborative video project by artists Dan Kwong and Paulina Sahagun that examines the history of Santa Monica’s Barrio Pico, the area’s longtime home to Latino, Black, and Asian families . A question-and-answer session and panel discussion with director Kwong and the children featured in the documentary follow the screening.
Transgender actor Elliot Fletcher – critically acclaimed for his roles in “The Fosters” and “Shameless” – will talk about the challenges of growing up without seeing the possibilities on screen for himself, and his efforts to change perspectives in the film industry.
4handsLA, the wonderful piano duo of Steven Vanhauwaert and Danny Holt, showcase their signature virtuosic and playful style in orchestral blockbusters by Respighi, Stravinsky and Ginastera. Both pianists were artists in residence in L.A. Musical Salon and The Harvard-Westlake School, and also an active soloist, with performances at Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Concertgebouw and other venues in the US. USA, Europe and Asia. Sponsored by Associates.
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If you need accommodations due to a disability, please email dsps@ or call 310-434-4265 at least 5 business days prior to the event. Spring 2023 is based on the theme of salvation and nurturing, made for wild Stella women who live freely and in harmony with nature. . Stella McCartney was inspired by naturalist Miriam Rothschild and Horsham’s Knepp Farm, who gave their land back to Mother Earth so that wildlife could be maintained and restored undisturbed. He worked with ecologist and reintroduction expert Derek Gow to restore his own garden, with the native flora and fauna that inspired the collection.
The naivety, nostalgia and innocence of spring 2023 as a kind of “recovery” – playful restoration of the child in all of us through fashion to confidently wear what you want. Made with 85% responsible materials, it is the most sustainable collection to date. Capturing the dichotomy of natural and industrial environments, it features this season’s botanical shade palette of sunflower yellow, rosy pink, poppy red and orange green.
Hand-drawn prints of British animals being reintroduced are rendered on eco-friendly double viscose