The Lydia Hao Emerging Artists ProgramDean Bryant Keith Alexander and Ms. Lydia Hao cordially invite you to a performance by the Australian dance company
CHIU COX | Victoria Chiu & Roland Cox
Saturday, April 20, 2013
3:00 p.m. Performance | Strub Theatre, Foley Building
4:30 p.m. Champagne Reception | Welcome Center, Charles Von der Ahe Building
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Please use the campus entrance off of Lincoln Boulevard. Complimentary parking is available in Seaver parking lot.
Complimentary admission. Online registration is now closed. Limited walk-in seating is available.
About CHIU COX | Victoria Chiu & Roland Cox
Together Roland and Victoria co-direct CHIU COX, a performance/workshop company that began in 2009 when they collaborated with the Swiss company Cie Jozsef Trefeli on a work called ‘StarStruck’ that was performed in Sydney and also toured across Europe. CHIU COX is serious yet kind of funny. They explore contemporary issues, through dance and music, to create works that are meaningful and accessible to a broad audience. They are interested in material that has the potential to bridge the gap between consumers of performing arts and consumers of popular culture and media. They are particularly interested in crossing artistic genres, exploring the strengths each art can bring to the concepts they want to bring out.
Click here to learn more about CHIU COX | Victoria Chiu & Roland Cox.
We are also thrilled to present performances by Rosalynde LeBlanc Loo, assistant professor in the LMU department of theatre arts and dance, and Lennon Hobson '14, a dance major / theatre minor in the College of Communication and Fine Arts.
About the Lydia Hao Emerging Artists Program
Established within LMU's College of Communication and Fine Arts by Lydia Hao, the program recognizes emerging artists on campus, as well as identifies emerging national and international artists. As the program evolves, we hope to forge connections between these artists and LMU student and faculty artists, and enhance teaching and creative work in CFA's visual and performing arts programs.
If you have questions, please contact Michelle Bernardin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310.568.6161.