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USC Visions & Voices
Ask pretty much any USC student and they’ll tell you this free, arts-centric series is a go-to. Among the past highlights: a conversation with groundbreaking Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide and a talk by filmmaker Pedro Almodovar.
Exhibitions Across Media
The USC Roski School hosts shows of student work, plus special exhibitions, in three stunning galleries on campus, at the Roski Studios Building on Flower Street and in the L.A. Arts District’s Graduate Gallery.
Roski Talks Lecture Series
This weekly series brings figures from the worlds of contemporary art and design—many of whom have achieved international renown—to speak in an intimate setting that encourages connection. Roski Talks takes place at the Roski Graduate Building in L.A.’s Arts District and is free and open to all.
Check out some past talks
Full history of Roski Talks
Andrea Bowers – 10.11.22
L.A.-based multimedia artist Bowers’ politically driven art is in the collections of major museums internationally, including London’s Tate Modern, MoMA, the Whitney Museum and Museum Abteiberg, Germany.
Michael Ellsworth – 9.21.21
Michael Ellsworth is the co-founder and chief creative director of the lauded creative agency Civilization. With a social change mission, the agency won a Webby for activism for its 2017 Shout Your Abortion campaign.
Rick Griffith is a British-West-Indian collagist, writer, letterpress printer, designer, and optimist futurist. As a designer, he works at the intersections of programming, policy, and production. His works and comment are system aware and perpetually working towards new understandings of design’s power and authority over people and the everyday things people make and consume.
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