Arts Events for November 2016
Note: While we make every effort to keep this listing up to date, event details are subject to change. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Monday, Aug. 8 - Tuesday, Nov. 15
The Marian Library presents an exhibition of the German Expressionism artwork of Hans Friedrich Grohs.
Tuesday, Nov. 1 through Tuesday, Nov. 29, Opening Event: Tuesday, Nov. 1A part of ArtStreet's fall 2016 IACT Installation Series. When striving through tantrums and struggles, we lose hope, we fail to forgive. Will we celebrate and see the beauty? Creative Lead: Tyler Hamilton.
Tuesday, Nov. 1
This feature-length documentary follows musicians in Mali in the wake of a jihadist takeover and subsequent banning of music in 2012. The film complements the ArtsLIVE concert by the Mali-based ensemble Trio Da Kali on November 2.
Wednesday, Nov. 2
Trio Da Kali is the latest in a long line of influential musicians to emerge from Mali, Africa.
Friday, Nov. 4 - Sunday, Nov. 6
A performance of Johann Strauss' lighthearted opera, co-produced by the Department of Music and the Theatre, Dance, and Performance Technology Program.
Sunday, Nov. 6The members of Prima Trio hail from Eastern Europe and Russia. The group features the clarinet, violin and piano.
Tuesday, Nov. 8 — Wednesday, Nov. 9A series of lectures and presentations on the topic of Hip Hop music and culture in Music Therapy treatment.
Wednesday, Nov. 9
The Department of Music's World Music Choir helps to commemorate Kristallnacht, "The Night of Broken Glass."
Sunday, Nov. 13
A free jazz performance by department of music faculty.
Saturday, Nov. 19This faculty voice recital features Artist-in-Residence David Sievers, tenor.
Monday, Nov. 21
The Department of Music's Choral Union and Early Music Ensemble perform in concert.
Thursday, Nov. 3 – Thursday, Dec. 8An exhibition presented by senior Art and Design students.