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Arts & Lectures Fall 2012 Series

The Painted Bird Trilogy Part I (Dance)

California State University San Marcos Arts & Lectures

Monday, September 24, 2012 at 7:30 PM (PDT)

San Marcos, CA

The Painted Bird Trilogy Part I (Dance)

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DANCE & MUSIC PERFORMANCE

Pavel Zuštiak/Palissimo

The Painted Bird Trilogy, Part 1: Bastard

MON Sept 24 @ 7:30 pm in ARTS 111

New York based choreographer Pavel Zuštiak collaborates with composer Christian Frederickson and award-winning Slovak dancer Jaro Vinarsky, to tackle themes of displacement, otherness and transformation. The first installment of a trilogy The Painted Bird, the piece is loosely inspired by Jerzy Kosinski’s controversial novel of the same name. Zuštiak draws upon the book’s signature scene—a wandering boy witnessing the painting of a bird into brilliant colors causing it later to be violently killed by its own flock. 

“Bastard is searing.”  - New York Times

The work is a co-production of Palissimo Company, Wexner Center for the Arts, La MaMa, Baryshnikov Arts Center, PS 122, Stanica-Zilina, Grotowski Institute. 

Co-sponsor: PADL West (SD)  

Hosted by the Office of Arts & Lectures at California State University San Marcos
760.750.8889

 

 

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ARTS 111
California State University San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92078

Monday, September 24, 2012 at 7:30 PM (PDT)


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California State University San Marcos Arts & Lectures

The Office of Arts & Lectures produces the Arts and Lectures Series, a wide-range of curriculum-linked events. 

Each year, Arts & Lectures engages the support and advice of CSUSM faculty, staff, students and the community in developing a series of 20-40 events including lectures across various fields, film/video screenings, visual art talks, dance and theatre performances, music concerts, scientific discussions, book readings and more.  The Series has become an integral part of campus life and offers eye-opening perspectives on multiple topics, issues, and disciplines by bringing in exceptional guests who are experts in various fields creatively and intellectually.  The program not only supplements and complements curricular needs but it also enriches cultural life on the campus and within the community.

All Arts & Lectures events require a ticket and is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public.

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