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The BSOCA Broward College South campus Office of Cultural Affairs and Student Engagement provides familiar cultural touchpoints to actively engage students in rich artistic and cultural experiences, offering a variety of co-curricular events, intending to equip students with the necessary virtues to become part of a socially interactive community of creative innovative thinkers.
Connect to culture
Our cultural program features interesting local as well as national artists, academics and professionals committed to innovation and trans-disciplinarity. Created with students and faculty in mind, our events reflect and expand curricular activities to foster an educational environment that encourages experimentation, creativity and plurality. We aspire to be an influential link between our community and student body.
Resources for students
We encourage and promote student participation in cultural activities. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube or visit the Office of Cultural Affairs (room 126 on building 71) to find further information on future events, visits and other activities.
Resources for Faculty
We look forward to hear your ideas on co-curricular cultural events that will increase student’s interests, cultivate their curiosity and foster active learning. Please come by the Office of Cultural Affairs and submit your proposals, or simply fill out a Event Request Form we will help bring your event to life.
SEASON 2016 // 2017
Sep. 19 // 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Sep. 20 // 6 p.m.
6 DEGREES: TALES OF IMMIGRATION
Sep. 21 // 4 - 7 p.m.
DO YOU SPEAK MEXICAN? AND FLYING LESSON
Sep. 22 // 7:30 p.m.
THIRD WEEK OF THE ARTS
Falling under the theme, “Politics of the Personal”, events will run until May 2017
and are scheduled for the third week of each month.
TICKETS FOR THE PERFORMING AND CULTURAL ARTS THEATER
Free for the BC community.
10$ for the general public.
Tickets are available one hour before each performance.
Other week of the art events are free and open to the public
Artists and Lecturers
The performing and Cultural Arts theater is a well conditioned facility with a 352 seats capacity. If you are interested in holding an event at a world class auditorium contact us at:
Broward College South Campus
7200 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, Fl, 33024
(954) 201 82 43
artists and speakers
Born in 2013, the Office of Cultural Affairs and Student Engagement is dedicated to bring students closer to our city's rich cultural life and bringing the the work of emerging and stablished local artist closer to a student body and local community.
Also Known as Lupe, she has been living in Miami for the last 10 years, where she graduated at Florida International University with a Bachelor in Fine Arts degree on Digital Media, moved to Barcelona, Spain to study a Masters Degree in Curatorial Studies in New Media and another Master in Media and Communication at the European Graduate School in Switzerland. She recently came back to the Sunshine State and joined the South Campus family last May. She dedicates her free time to check out art events in our city, study theories on the world wide web, watch eccentric movies, learn about Orchids and attempt to raise Seahorses. Her ultimate goal is to convert as many students as possible into art addicts and critics.
Maria Guadalupe Figueras. Coordinator of Cultural Affairs and Student Engagement.
A new York transplant. Our BC art professor and head of the Art Department in South Campus is the director and curator of our gallery. Niko holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a Masters degree in Visual Arts from Miami International University of Arts and Design. An accomplished artist, He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally in multiple venues. You can find professor Niko's work at Sailboat Bend Artist Lofts, a studio/live space where he has been awarded a residency.
Niko Yulis. Head of Art Department. Gallery Director.