Santa Monica College’s interdisciplinary,
innovative Public Policy Institute provides nonpartisan community programs
exploring key economic, social, and political issues. The Institute offers
FREE, informative discussions on the policy issues that affect our
Founded by LA County
Supervisor and former California State Senator Sheila Kuehl and SMC political
science professor Richard Tahvildaran-Jesswein (former Chair of Excellence,
Philosophy & Social Science), the Institute is currently led by
co-directors Tahvildaran-Jesswein and SMC political science instructor Shari
Davis (who also chairs Community for Excellent Public Schools).
Several programs and topical discussions are planned for Fall 2016, including panels and community discussions. Details were not confirmed at press time.
Please visit www.smc.edu/ppi for up-to-date information. To receive invitations
to our events, please send an please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to the Institute’s mailing list.
ANNUAL FALL ARTS &
CULTURAL AFFAIRS SYMPOSIUM
NOVEMBER 17-DECEMBER 4, 2016
Hunger Amid Urban Struggles
Join us for a talk and performances that highlight the importance
of the visual and performing arts in—and to—our society, how expression through
the arts can influence ideas and change perceptions, and how community advocacy
can contribute to public policies that support the arts. Details on our keynote
address and speaker were not conformed at press time. Please visit the Public
Policy Institute website at www.smc.edu/ppi for up-to-date symposium details.
Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker Ballet
The SMC Symphony and SMC student dancers partner once again with the Westside Ballet for its annual holiday Nutcracker extravaganza. Come see the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Prince, and all the other wonderful characters in Tchaikovsky’s classic come to life—with falling snow and a Christmas tree that grows—in a theater where every seat provides visual and audio delights for all ages. Produced with support from Santa Monica College, the SMC Public Policy Institute, Associated Students of SMC, and the City of Santa Monica. Please visitwestsideballet.com for information and to purchase tickets. Preview tickets, limited to members of the Associated Students of SMC and their families, are available in the AS Office (Cayton Center 202).
Preview for AS Members: Fri, November 25 | 7pm
Sat, November 26 | 1pm & 5pm
Sun, November 27 | 1pm & 5pm
Fri, December 2 | 7pm
Sat, December 3 | 1pm & 5pm
Sun, December 4 | 1pm & 5pm
See westsideballet.com for ticket details
The Broad Stage at SMC Performing Arts Center