Visiting Artist Ghen Dennis will be here screening and sharing insight into a collection of several short experimental documentary pieces. The screening will highlight her feature-length essay film, which is an ongoing 10-year long investigation of post-Katrina New Orleans. Mixing both traditional filmmaking and video, Ghen’s work focuses on disaster areas and the politics surrounding how those affected areas begin to recover. Please join us on Monday, April 18th at 6pm in Griffiths 123 for the screening and lecture.
Griffiths Arts Center
Laury Silvers is an academic and activist. She is the author, co-author, and co-editor of books and articles on Sufism in the Formative Period, Pious and Sufi Women, Muslim women's religious authority, and Muslim women's encounter with the Qur'an. She teaches courses on Islam and Gender and Religion at the University of Toronto. She co-founded the first Gender-Equal/LGBTQ-Open mosque in the U.S. and Canada.
Dr. Christopher Watts performs nine new, original pop songs that pose questions about the relationship between people and technology
Jon Dufore & Kyle Tupper present an evening of jazz, fusion, and funk music featuring various local artists. You will see covers and originals alike in this high energy performance.
The Laurentian Singers home concert that marks their 70th anniversary this year, embarking on a bus tour to the American Heartland, visiting high schools and churches in Buffalo, Cleveland and Detroit, returning by way of Toronto.
Emily Goulet ’16 offers her senior recital featuring pieces from a variety of periods.
St. Lawrence University will present a unique performance at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 11 in Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall.
Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Newell Center for Arts Technology Christopher Watts will perform nine new, original pop songs, each one posing different kinds of questions about the relationship between people and technology.
This exhibition grew out of St. Lawrence University students’ participation in a cross-campus, blended learning course, Latin American History Through Travel, taught at Skidmore College by Jordana Dym and at St. Lawrence by Evelyn Jennings in the fall of 2015.