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Saturday, January 26th
|9:30 am-1:00 pm||HSU Campus|
Two workshops will be held on Saturday, January 26 and again on Saturday, April 20.
|10:00 am-11:30 am||Martial Athletics|
Escrima is a comprehensive Filipino martial art covering weapon and empty hand applications. In the beginning stages, training primarily involves use of a single stick, through which the student learns principles and body mechanics applicable to other weapons (double sticks, short stick, staff, etc.) and empty hand applications. Unlike most other martial arts which focus on technique, Escrima focuses on body mechanics and concepts. The five basic concepts of Escrima are power, speed/distance/timing, focus (mental and physical), transition and balance. Once a student has a basic technical background and can understand and apply the five concepts, they are able to use any weapon with some degree of proficiency. All of the weapon movements may also be done as empty hand applications.
|1:00 pm-5:00 pm||Caspar Community Center|
Humboldt State University is hosting an open forum to gather input regarding priorities and concerns for the upcoming Marine Protected Area (MPA) Baseline Monitoring work on the North Coast.
|8:00 pm||Van Duzer Theater|
Called "outstanding" and "superb" by the New York Times, the Calder Quartet has built a rapidly growing reputation by defying musical boundaries and continually striving to channel the true intention of each work’s creator. Known for the discovery, commissioning and recording of some of today's leading composers (with over 25 commissioned works to date), the group continues to collaborate across musical genres, spanning the classical and contemporary music worlds in venues ranging from art galleries and rock clubs to Carnegie Hall.
|Jan 22nd-Jan 29th||Goodwin Forum|
|Jan 22nd-Feb 8th||HSU Campus|
|Jan 22nd-Jan 26th||Library Circle|
|Jan 24th-Feb 28th||HSU Recreation and Wellness Center|