During this unprecedented time, the Mondavi Center wants to hear from UC Davis students about the various ways that they are staying creative during COVID-19 while learning and working remotely.
A surgeon. A mother. A teacher. An engineer. An artist.
There are an endless number of ways to define greatness.
How will you define yours?
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Chancellor Gary S. May’s love for Star Trek runs deep. In anticipation of his upcoming Chancellor’s Colloquium with William Shatner on May 11, we’ve compiled a few of the many articles in circulation that demonstrate Chancellor May’s devotion to the series and explain how Chancellor May uses lessons from the series as inspiration for how he leads.
UC Davis Professor David Grenke, Chair of Theatre & Dance, talks with us about the recent history of ballet and modern dance in France.
"If you are like me when it comes to certain orchestras, such as the one we have the pleasure of hearing on April 6, you may ask yourself: How does something earn the title of 'royal'?" UC Davis musicology Ph.D. student Jonathan Minnick shares a history lesson about how ensembles earn this special designation.
When you visited Barbara, her first words often would be: “What do you know that’s good?” That would invite an analysis of the Giants’ bullpen, a recent symphony concert at the Mondavi Center or a great new tenor just seen in HD. But, more consistently, what’s good was to be a friend of Barbara’s, a beneficiary of her philanthropy and a fellow music-lover.
Barbara K. Jackson, a founding philanthropist of the Mondavi Center, passed away on September 7, 2018, only a few weeks short of her 100th birthday. Along with Larry and Rosalie Vanderhoef and Robert and Margrit Mondavi, Barbara Jackson helped give life to the dream of a performing arts center on the UC Davis Campus. Her generous gift to name the Center’s largest performance space as Barbara K. and W. Turrentine Jackson Hall played a significant role in launching this great performing arts center.