Left: Guarneri String Quartet, Right "Palm Hill Farm" Cloud, c. 1968, oil on canvas, 24x36, private collection, copyright Wayne Thiebaud/licensed by VAGA, New York, NY"

Exhibits, Performances, Concerts, Lecture, Displays
July 9-18, 2004
Honoring the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials

Lectures, Demonstrations
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All exhibits are free and open to the public



June 19-July 31: "Enduring Vision: Works by Euripides 'Rip' Kastaris" official U.S. Olympic artist; University Library Gallery; 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tues-Sat, (916) 278-4189. Sponsored by the Tsakopoulos Hellenic Foundation. Reception June 19.
To September 30

Celebrate Our Olympic Legacy; exhibits in the University Library (call 916/278-6926 to confirm Library hours or 278-6144 for the Library’s Special Collections/University Archives hours, or visit http://www.library.csus.edu/hours

First floor east:

  • “The Olympics & California” - artifacts, photos, etc on the 1932 & 1984 Olympics in L.A.
  • “The U.S. Olympic Team Trials/Track and Field at CSUS, 2000 & 2004”
  • “The Impact of the Olympics on Business, Culture, Economics and Politics”

First floor west, Special Collections & University Archives:

  • Olympics Memorabilia and Artifacts

Third floor:

  • The Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection - exhibits on ancient Olympic Games; the revival of the Olympic Games in the 19th century, the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 in Athens, and the 2004 Olympics in Athens
  • Off the Beaten Track: Sports in Traditional Societies - a multimedia display featuring extreme sports in traditional societies, presented by the Anthropology Museum.

Also in the Library:

July 9-18: Works by CSUS photography, interior design and graphic design students
Department of Design Gallery, Mariposa Hall 4000; M-F, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (closed Saturdays and Sundays)
July 6-18: “Art from the Africa Diaspora”
University Union Gallery (second floor), M-F, 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.—works including jewelry, ceramics, oils, stone sculpture and colorgraphic prints; artists include Sharaine Bell (San Francisco); Daniel Frye (CSUS) and Larry Love (CSUS); reception noon-1 p.m., July 11.

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Performances are free unless ticket prices are listed



July 15, 16 & 17: Dale Scholl Dance/Art presents What Price Liberty? Photo: Dancers Kimberly Rowlett, left, and Haley Bone University Theatre, 8 p.m. - five choreographers share inspiration from the songs, poetry, letters and speeches of the Civil War, World Wars I & II, and the Vietnam War; $18 general, $16 students/seniors, $15 CSUS students, $8 children 12 and under; Tickets.com or CSUS Ticket Office, (916) 278-4323.
July 16:

Photo of the CSUS Latin Jazz ensembleMusic: Latin Jazz with the CSUS Latin Jazz Ensemble, 5-7 p.m., south side of University Library - hear the hottest Latin sounds from this outstanding 10-piece ensemble, directed by Steve Roach.

All lectures and demonstrations are free



June 19: Reception for "Enduring Vision: Works by Euripides 'Rip' Kastaris" official U.S. Olympic artist. Includes art unveiling, Greek food, wine and dancing. Sponsored by the Tsakopoulos Hellenic Foundation. University Library Gallery, 6 p.m.
July 11:

Artist’s Talk: Daniel Frye, Larry Love and Sharaine Bell, “Art from the Africa Diaspora”
University Union Gallery (second floor), noon-1 p.m.

July 15: The Perfect Mile author Neal Bascomb and special guest
Bascomb discusses the quest 50 years ago by three runners to break the four-minute mile barrier. With special guest Wes Santee, one of the runners. Sponsored by the Hornet Bookstore. 4 - 6 p.m., University Library Gallery.


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