Cultural Center Event Calendar

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Honoring MLK: Screenings of Selma

North County Campus
January 28, 11-1:15pm
Student Life Office, Room N1005

SLO Campus
January 30, 11-1:15pm
Cultural Center, Room 5104a

Celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. with a viewing of the flim Selma, free popcorn & coloing!
Check out the trailer

Cultural Center Focus Groups

North County Campus
February 11, 12-12:30pm
Student Life Office, N1005

San Luis Obispo Campus
February 13, 12-12:30pm
Cultural Center, Room 5104a

Give the Cultural Center your feedback about events and other aspects of running the center. The first 5 students will receive a $5.00 giftcard to Amazon. All participants will enjoy free pizza. 

Black Ink: The Power of African American Literature

San Luis Obispo Campus
February 21, 3-4:00pm
Cuesta Library (Bldg. 3200), Group Study Area

North County Campus
February 26, 11-12:00pm
Cuesta Library (Bldg. N3100), Collaborative Area

The Cuesta Cultural Center, Library & English Department will be hosting an African American literature and poetry reading in recognition of Black History Month. Our event will feature a reading and talk by Santa Barbara Poet Laureate, Sojourner Kincaid Rolle. Learn more about Sojourner here. 

Please join us and share the words of your favorite African American author or simply come to listen & eat snacks. Attendees will also have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win a free book!

Contact Ali Phelps at (805)546-3100 x2194 or if you are interested in participating

Book of the Year Screenings: Latin History for Morons

North County Campus

March 11, 11-12:30pm
Student Life Office, Room N1005

SLO Campus
April 24, 11-12:30pm
Cultural Center, Room 5104a

To learn more about the Cuesta Book of the Year, visit their page on Cuesta's website. 
Check out the trailer  

Screening of Miss Representation
followed by a discussion facilitated by Cuesta instructor Bailey Drechsler

March 13, 11-1:00pm, Room 5401
San Luis Obispo Campus

In recognition of Women's History Month, the Cultural Center is hosting a screening of Miss Representation. The fillm will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Cuesta instructor Bailey Drechsler. Free lunch will be served at the event. 

Film synopsis
The media is selling the idea that girls’ and women’s value lies in their youth, beauty, and sexuality and not in their capacity as leaders. Boys learn that their success is tied to dominance, power, and aggression. We must value people as whole human beings, not gendered stereotypes.

Check out the trailer

Recovery & Wellness: Growing Through Co-occurring Disorders

North County Campus
April 15, 11-12:30pm
Dallons Hall/Room N3102

San Luis Obispo Campus
April 18, 11-12:30pm, Room 5401

Join us and a speaker from NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) for a discussion and resource fair about co-occurring disorders. 
This event is sponsored by the Cultural Center, S.O.A.R (Substances, Outreach, Awareness, Responsibilities) student club, the Cuesta Health Center and San Luis Obispo Behavioral Health. 

Drag Show & Q&A
Join us for a drag show followed by a question and answer session. 

Tuesday, May 7
12-1:30pm, Cultural Center, Room 5104a
SLO Campus

Lunch will be provided!

Cuesta College Student Life & Leadership   
San Luis Obispo, Building 5300, in the Student Center                                    
Monday - Thursday 8am - 5pm Friday 8am - 3pm (hours subject to change), Phone: (805)546-3289/Fax: (805)546-3105

Dr. Anthony Gutierrez, Coordinator,
Shannon Piper, Student Center Assistant,
Allison Phelps, Activities Assistant,