The Getty Villa and The Getty Center are set to host two cultural and artistic events this month. A concert educating audiences about Assyrian immigrants will be held in Malibu March 19, while a dance film screening will be held in Los Angeles March 26.
“Dance in Flight” presented their annual performance in Smothers Theatre, Feb. 10 through 12. The show highlighted the reality of how life was during the pandemic.
Junior Annabella Nordlund has always been an avid dancer. In this student profile, Nordlund talks about her role as the assistant student director of Dance in Flight, as well as her passions and hopes for the whole team.
BalletX, a Philadelphia premier contemporary ballet, made their way onto the stage of Smothers Theatre Oct. 14. The ballet company performed four show stopping performances that moved the audience.
Debuting Feb. 10, Sia’s new movie, ‘Music,’ delves into the whirlwind that is the relationship of an autistic child and her half-sister. While the message is admirable, this movie should not be winning an award for Best Picture but Best Misrepresentation.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. This installment introduces Sharon Stevens, a first-year who planned to pursue professional ballet but now attends Pepperdine as a Sociology major with future plans to work in the CIA.
As pop culture sweeps the whole world, more people are taking part in hip-hop and breakdance. “Work It” is especially attractive to viewers during COVID-19, when many are confined inside and eager to move their bodies.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The eleventh installment introduces Katherine “Katie” Lee, who discusses her dream of dancing at Pepperdine.
This year’s DIF showcase highlights the relationship between feeling and movement through dance.