The Department of Dance, Music, & Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt presents performances by the Percussion Ensemble, World Percussion Group, Humboldt Calypso Band, opera workshop, Mariachi de Humboldt, and jazz combos Dec. 1 through Dec. 4.
The Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation will present the premiere screening of the feature documentary film 'A'-t'i Xwee-ghayt-nish: Still, We Live On, in partnership with Cal Poly Humboldt, on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. Cal Poly Humboldt Native American Forum (BSS 162).
Longtime friends and music partners Daniela Mineva and Wenqing Bouche-Pillon will come together for a four-hands, two-pianos concert-extravaganza consisting of a wide range of styles on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Fulkerson Recital Hall.
Many Native communities throughout the world historically recognize and honor gender diversity. In some communities, LGBTQ+ individuals and those who embrace masculinity and femininity are revered as Two-Spirit.
What began 10 years ago as an idea turned into ideaFest. Cal Poly Humboldt’s annual extravaganza showcases hundreds of research and creative projects from students, staff, and faculty over the past year.
Students of ceramics arts are busy preparing for a whirlwind weekend, April 28-29, at the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Arts (CCACA), a prestigious gathering of students and renowned artists in Davis, California.
Two ongoing exhibits showcase this year’s graduating Art students’ works. The exhibitions showcase the achievements of Humboldt’s graduating Art majors and minors, as well as graduating Bachelor of Fine Art majors.
CouRaGeouS Cuentos will be hosting an in-person celebration for Volume 6 on Monday, April 24 from 4-6 p.m. at the Native Forum (BSS 162) at Cal Poly Humboldt. There will be live readings, music, raffles, food, refreshments, and more.
The event is a cultural sharing of traditional California tribal dance and songs. It is acknowledgment of the sacred lands of the Wiyot people on which the campus is built. And, it honors the culture of California Native American tribes.
Films are a catalyst for change. They can affect animal and human rights, destigmatize disease, and ignite social movements. Harnessing this power motivates Cal Poly Humboldt Film students to drive social change and amplify voices, including their own.
Cal Poly Humboldt’s Goudi’ni Native American Arts Gallery presents LAND BACK: Artwork of Ka'ila Farrell-Smith, a visual artist, writer and activist located in Modoc Point, Oregon. Featuring paintings and traditional Indigenous art practices, she explores the space between the Indigenous and western paradigms.
The Department of Dance, Music & Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt and Associated Students presents “Radium Girls” written by D.W. Gregory and directed by James Peck. Opening night is March 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the John Van Duzer Theatre.
"My Black Is…" features nine artists from the Humboldt county area, showcased at Cal Poly Humboldt’s Reese Bullen Gallery. The exhibit will run from Nov. 2 to Dec. 3. The public is invited to visit the gallery during open hours.
The Department of Dance, Music, & Theatre at Cal Poly Humboldt presents “She Kills Monsters” written by Qui Nguyen and directed by Sarah Peters Gonzales, opening Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the John Van Duzer Theatre.