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Voices of Freedom Summer February 16th, 6pm Director: Francis Kuhn Assistant Director: by Mitchel Sommers Inspired by a collection of photographic images from the archives of the University of Southern Mississippi, Voices of Freedom Summer, is a powerful piece of theatre that documents the widespread efforts to register African-American voters in Mississippi during the summer of 1964. Voices of Freedom Summer is comprised of a guitarist and a six person cast reciting monologues, interviews, and speeches from the Freedom Summer.…
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen in Greensboro features a series of live performances curated by Ogi Overman. Enjoy an evening with fine area musicians, Southern snacks and a wide selection of libations. Make yourself at home. Every Tuesday 6 ’til 9 PM. No cover charge!
Artists Dave Fox (piano), Neill Clegg (saxophone, clarinet and flute) and Matt Kendrick (double bass) will be joined by guest vocalists, who cover the Great American Songbook, jazz classics including swing…and modal classics from the late ‘50s to early ‘60s, as well as Brazilian jazz from the early ‘60s. Take advantage of our O.Henry Jazz Series Package, which includes one night’s gracious accommodations, preferred seating at our O.Henry jazz in our commodious honeyed pine paneled social lobby (we will save…
Kodály: Dances of Galanta Bartok: Viola Concerto Brahms: Symphony No. 3
A monthly guided conversation about contemporary issues in the arts for practicing artists, art theorists, and the interested public in the Triad. Hosted by UNCG faculty Andrew Wasserman from Art History, Francis Bottenberg from Philosophy, and Mariam Stephan from Studio Art. All are welcome.
Join us in our gallery as we ignite the night with art-filled fun, food and cocktails (mocktails) with a kick, and a scavenger hunt with enticing prizes. The evening with feature live music by Greensboro’s own soulful singer, J.Timber, and a live drawing demonstration by local artist, Raman Bhardwaj. Tickets are $20/person in advance and $25/person at the door. $18/Student + Members. Tickets include one free drink. Additional drinks available for $5/each. Proceeds benefit the art and education programs of…
A multi-cultural dance festival to benefit Greensboro Urban Ministry and A Simple Gesture. Local dance groups from diverse cultures, including Cambodian, Irish, Hindu, Native American, African American, Israeli, and Latino, will perform. After each performance, members from the audience can volunteer to learn a few steps, and have lots of fun! Triad Tapestry Children's Chorus from the Piedmont Interfaith Council will open the event. Baked goods and savory treats from the dancing cultures, as well as coffee, teas, and waters,…
Paint to the rhythm of your own drum, let your hair down, and let the creativity flow! We will begin by going on a sound journey to get into the zone. Participants will then let the colors fly and begin painting what they feel. Beats, rhythm, song, and sound all come together to create your unique soul painting. Canvases, paints, and brushes will be provided. Participants are welcome to bring their own materials as well.
Saint-Saens: The Swan from Carnival of the Animals Bernstein: Three Meditations from Mass Dvorak: Symphony No. 6 in D major
Whether you are a beginner or a master yogi, your yoga practice is a unique and personal journey. Fill your yoga mat with designs that reflect your practice, your spiritual connection, and overall sense of wellbeing. Paints, brushes, and stencils will be provided. Participants will need to bring their own mats.
Surf the greatest hits of the legendary Beach Boys, including their critically acclaimed Pet Sounds album in its entirety, plus classics such as Kokomo, Surfin’ USA, Barbara Ann, and California Girls in the perfect summer sendoff concert!
Barber: Adagio for Strings Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor Elgar: Enigma Variations