Critical Utopias: Science Fiction of the Americas
An Art Talk by Tyler Stallings Artistic Director, UCR Culver Center of the Arts
Thursday, April 9, 2015
Stalings talk, "Critical Utopias: Science Fiction of the Americas," explores the representation of Latin American artists and Latinos/as in science fiction, and the ways that contemporary Latin American and Latino artists employ science fiction for social, cultural, and political critique.
Admission is free. CSUSB parking is $6. For more information call 909-537-7373
Evening with Mummy
Our annual Evening with Mummy event has been cancelled this year due to ongoing renovations at the museum. Please plan to come next year during Mother's Day weekend.
Art History Lecture
Thursday, May 14, 2015
More information to come.
Admission is free. CSUSB parking is $6. for more information call 909-537-7373
Arts & Music Festival 2015
Friday, May 15, 2015
We are excited to announce the third annual, award-winning Arts and Music Festival (AMF) at Cal State San Bernardino. Artists are invited to apply to exhibit, sell their artwork and be part of this popular community event. All mediums considered. Submission deadline to apply is April 13, 2015. For further information regarding submissions please contact Paige Taylor at 909- 537-7783 or email@example.com
Admission is free. CSUSB parking will be free in designated areas. For more information please visit amf.csusb.edu or www.facebook.com/amf.csusb.edu.
International Museum Day
Monday, May 18, 2015
International Museum Day is a celebration that is held worldwide each year on or around May 18th. From America and Oceania to Europe, Asia and Africa, International Museum Day aims to increase public awareness about the role of museums in the development of society.
Kids Discover Egypt: 2-Day Art Workshop
Workshop 1: July 20-21, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Workshop 2: July 22-23, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Each year RAFFMA organizes the Kids Discover Egypt: 2-Day Art Workshop, for ages 9-12. This popular program brings in 4th-6th grade students from neighboring communities throughout San Bernardino County. The workshop includes many educational and hands-on activities, including a special tour of the museum’s extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities.
Participating students learn about Egyptian history, culture and art. Led by RAFFMA staff and CSUSB faculty, children participate in a variety of activities like clay art projects, creating cat “mummies,” making beads from authentic ancient Egyptian molds, and excavating a mock archaeological dig. Students also learn basic art concepts and vocabulary that are applied to each of their hands-on projects for a cross-curricular workshop.
$40 general registration
$30 Friends of RAFFMA, CSUSB faculty, staff , students, and Alumni Association members
Free for Friends of RAFFMA with Family Membership
Space is limited. Advanced registration is recommended.
For more information call 909-537-7783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.