Griffiths Arts Center

Gallery Discussion: Student Reflections

This event, organized by gallery intern Alimot Yusuff ’16, will include student reflections on the current exhibition, Multitudes, an art exhibition during the age of the #muslimban.

Iram Amin ’19, President of the Islamic Culture Club (ICC), and Sahar Delawar ’19, Vice-President of the ICC and chapter leader of Euphrates, and others will share their thoughts on how the exhibition resonates with their own lived experiences.

Light refreshments will be served.

The American Shakespeare Center presents - Sense and Sensibility

The American Shakespeare Center's 2017/18 Wicked Folly Tour will present Sense and Sensibility on Sunday, October 29, 2017 in the Peterson-Kermani performance hall at 5:30pm.  You will be entertained by live music 30 minutes before the performance.

Tickets are free but required and advance tickets can be reserved at http://bit.ly/UniversityTheatre2017-2018

Reserved tickets will be held until 15 minutes before showtime.

The American Shakespeare Center presents - Macbeth

The American Shakespeare Center's 2017/18 Wicked Folly Tour will present Macbeth on Saturday, October 28, 2017 in the Peterson-Kermani performance hall at 7:30pm.  You will be entertained by live music 30 minutes before the performance.

Tickets are free but required and advance tickets can be reserved at http://bit.ly/UniversityTheatre2017-2018

Reserved tickets will be held until 15 minutes before showtime.

 

American Shakespeare Center presents - The Taming of the Shrew

The American Shakespeare Center's 2017/18 Wicked Folly Tour will present The Taming of the Shrew on Friday, October 27, 2017 in the Peterson-Kermani performance hall at 7:30pm.  You will be entertained by live music 30 minutes before the performance.

Tickets are free but required and advance tickets can be reserved at http://bit.ly/UniversityTheatre2017-2018  

Reserved tickets will be held until 15 minutes before showtime.

Ear to Éire: An Irish Music Journey

Senior Emma Greenough will present Ear to Éire: An Irish Music Journey, on Saturday, October 7th, at 4pm in Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall.

After studying abroad in Cork, Ireland, in spring 2017, Emma spent her summer as a St. Lawrence University fellow working with ethnomusicologist and department chair Dr. David Henderson.  She studied the Irish sean-nós singing tradition, a tradition that "adapts and survives despite everything," observes singer Lillis Ó Laoire. 

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