Calendar: Tuesday, March 25, 2014


Complexities of Cultural Identity Exhibit

Richard A. Lou, "Stories On My Back" and James Luna, "I CON". Two artists examine the complexities of cultural identity in this thought-provoking exhibit.

HAZWOPER 40 Hours - Industry Technician

Hazardous materials industry technicians are individuals who respond to releases or potential releases for the purpose of stopping the release. They assume a more aggressive role that a first responder at the operations level in that they will approach the point of release in order to plug, patch, or otherwise stop the release of a hazardous substance.

Beautiful, Brilliant and Brave: A Celebration of Black Women

An Exhibit Celebrating Black Women Throughout the Diaspora. This exhibit celebrates the diverse beauty, brilliance and bravery of Black women throughout the world and highlights many local women that have made amazing contributions within their communities and professions. Our guest curator, Starla Lewis, is a longtime professor of Black History at Mesa Community College views the exhibit focus from a viewpoint well honed after 25 years of study and teaching the topic within the social scope of American life.

Films From Spain: Cell 211

Cell 211 is one of the most outstanding prison films of recent years and a powerful well-plotted thriller with superb actor performances. Juan is a prison warder who turns up at his new job one day before his official starting date to familiarize himself with his duties. While he is being shown around the prison a riot breaks out and Juan is trapped in the sector containing the most dangerous prisoners. Juan immediately pretends to be an inmate in order to survive the situation. However the development of events leaves him facing a paradoxical fate.

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