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Misty Burruel, Interim Dean
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The School of Visual and Performing Arts is dedicated to the principle that our wide variety of programs is central to a liberal college education and essential in preparing students to meet the challenges of life and society. Furthermore, our faculty and staff are especially conscious of the importance of life-long learning opportunities and the enrichment our curriculum brings to our diverse community.

The VPA serves thousands of students each semester in core, elective, and major course work. We also have hundreds of students seeking degrees and certificates within our 31 programs and fourteen academic and occupational departments. The school has 15 full-time faculty, 50 adjunct lecturers, and approximately 20 full-time and part-time support staff.

You will find in the School of Visual and Performing Arts an extraordinary faculty and staff enriching student life and
opening new windows of opportunity in transfer education and vocational training.

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2019-2020 Got Culture – School of Visual Performing Arts


Performances



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True Witness

A Civil Rights Cantata

By Jodi Goble
Accompanied by other works

True Witness sets to music the letters, speeches, and poems of African-American female poets, activists, and civil rights leaders, and recognizes the notable contributions of African-American women who helped steer the course of this nation's civil rights movement. Project originally conceived by Anne Harley.

Claremont Concert Choir and Treble Singers Chaffey College Concert Choir Inside-Out Crossroads Choir Holy Family Glendale Children's Choirs Melissa Givens, soprano Emery Stephens, baritone John Gilmour and Jodi Goble, piano Charles W. Kamm, conductor

Sunday, February 23 at 2:30pm
Chaffey College Theatre
Free and open to the public

5885 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
Chaffey College Box Office (909) 652-6067
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Hip Hop Studies Summit

For all who love, create, and live for Hip Hop, in all its forms.
Friday, February 28, 2020
12:00pm Keynote Address – Theatre
1:30pm & 3:00pm Workshops – CAA Building
(Graf Art, Dance, Poetry)
4:30pm Community Building – CAA Building
(Food, Art Walk-Thru, Panel Discussions)
6:30pm Hip Hop Showcase – Theatre

ALL FREE AND OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY

For showcase tickets please visit chaffeyvpa.tix.com

For more information email Emilie Koenig: Emilie.koenig@chaffey.edu & Ray Austin: ray.austin@chaffey.edu

Presented by the Arts, Communication, and Design Academic and Carrey Community in partnership with the Center for Culture and Social Justice and the Brothers Forum.




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Misty Burruel
Misty Burruel
Interim Dean of Visual and Performing Arts
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