The Annual Gregory Distinguished Lecture series presents Craig Steven Wilder, the author of Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities (2014). His talk will be on "Slavery and Universities in Revolutionary America".
Presented by the UGA Arts Council, the sixth annual Spotlight on the Arts festival features dozens of events and exhibitions in the visual, literary and performing arts. The 12-day festival, scheduled for Nov. 1-12, includes museum tours, discussions with writers, concerts, dance and dramatic performances. The festival kicks off Nov. 1 with “Kaleidoscope: Spotlight on the Arts Opening Celebration,” featuring a non-stop collage of student performances from dance to music, theater and creative writing. The free event is set for 7-8 p.m. Nov.
To kick off the Spotlight on the Arts festival, UGA’s arts programs present an hour-long kaleidoscope of student performances and presentations. This brilliant, non-stop collage of the arts provides a window into the vast scope of the creative work on our campus, from dance to music, theater, creative writing and art.
To see this year's Spotlight on the Arts festival schedule, please visit: http://arts.uga.edu/spotlightuga2017/
An all-day event featuring performances from student organizations and individuals displaying their talents in music, theater, dance and creative writing. Part of the Spotlight on the Arts Festival.
Join the Georgia Museum of Art for films discussed by scholars, filmmakers and students. Each film will include a 15-minute introduction by a guest speakers and short conversations about the film following the screening. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Louise Blair Daura: A Virginian in Paris.” “An American in Paris,” with its gorgeous dance sequences and beautiful, frequently melancholic Gershwin score, won the Academy Award for best picture. Gene Kelly stars as Gerry, an American expatriate painter in postwar Paris.
Wind chamber music, performed by faculty and students together, will be featured in this Thursday Scholarship Series concert. Part of the Spotlight on the Arts festival.
The Thursday Scholarship Series began in 1980 and, as the flagship concert series at the Hugh Hodgson School of Music, continues the tradition of “Music Appreciation Programs” started by Hugh Hodgson himself in the 1930s. Proceeds from contributions and ticket sales to these concerts are among the primary means through which School of Music scholarship funds are raised each year.
"The Maternal Voice and Horror: Stevie Nicks and Soundtrack in American Horror Story’s 'Coven,'" Joshua Bedford, Women's Studies and Music
By John Kander and Fred Ebb. Book by Joe Masteroff.
Directed by Freddie Ashley.
(Artistic Director | Actor's Express - ATL)
This Tony Award-winning musical details the lives of an aspiring novelist looking for a story and a wannabe starlet looking for love in a seedy Cabaret club in 1920’s Berlin under the rising shadow of fascism.
Nov. 3, 8-11 @ 8:00pm
Nov. 5 & 12 @ 2:30pm
Special school matinee Nov. 7
Fine Arts Theatre
Tickets: $16, $12 for Students
The string trio—violin, viola, and cello—is the chamber music connoisseur’s delight. In the hands of master composers (and virtuoso performers), the string trio offers a listening adventure of stunning variety, engrossing dialogue, and transparent beauty.
Beethoven: Trio in G Major for Violin Viola, and Cello, Op. 9, No. 1
Penderecki: Trio for Violin, Viola, and Cello
Mozart: Divertimento in E-flat Major for Violin, Viola, and Cello, K 563
Arnaud Sussmann, Violin
Paul Neubauer, Viola
David Finckel, Cello
This annual competition features student research in the arts. Poster competition entries will be on display Nov. 1–7 in the museum’s education resource center during regular hours. Poster session begins at 5 p.m.; presentations begin at 7 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in both categories. Part of UGA's 2017 Spotlight on the Arts.
Experience the power and grace of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music’s exceptional choirs when they come together for the UGA Choral Showcase.
$12, $6 (student/child)
For more information, visit music.uga.edu
The Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries at the University of Georgia will host its bi-annual reception celebrating new exhibitions. The event will include live music, light refreshments and gallery games.
Exhibitions highlited include "Covered with Glory: Football at UGA, 1892-1917"; "Wrestling Temptation: The Quest to Control Alcohol in Georgia"; "Gold-digging in Georgia: America's First Gold Rush"; "Georgia Writers hall of Fame Annual Exhibition"; and "The Art of the Press Kit."
Join the Phi Kappa Literary Society as they debate the following resolution: Be It Hereby Resolved: Taylor Swift is a bad role model. The First Affirmation and First Negation are to be determined.
In addition, there will be poetry and orations and holding at least one off-the-cuff, extemporaneous debate. After the main debate, the group will recess to Taco Stand downtown for dinner.
The UGA Symphony Orchestra's final feature concert of 2017 brings together some of the University's most talented instrumentalists for a sensational performance.
$12, $6 (student/child)
The biennial Women and Girls in Georgia Conference was established in 2007 to encourage and highlight research by, for and about women and girls in Georgia. Hosted by the Institute for Women's Studies at the University of Georgia, the conference brings together academics, activists and community members to share expertise, strengthen networks and strategize for positive social change in Georgia and beyond.
Family-friendly activities and performances showcasing UGA’s arts units, including theater, dance and literary workshops; art projects; a musical instrument petting zoo; performances and more.
Known for innovative and exciting programs, Jaclyn Hartenberger, conductor, associate director of bands and assistant professor of music, presents her first Hugh Hodgson Faculty Series recital with the help of several chamber ensembles. Hartenberger performs globally, from South America to the Czech Republic, as an in-demand conductor. $12, $6 (student/child)
New and exciting music shares the stage with perennial band favorites when the Hodgson School’s premier wind ensemble performs its final feature concert of 2017. $12, $6 (student/child)
The SIS, or Student Idea Showcase, is an initiative of the TEDxUGA Student Council. Currently enrolled students at the University of Georgia have the chance to enter the showcase and share their “ideas worth spreading” in a TED-like environment. The goal of the SIS is to foster the exploration and sharing of ideas amongst UGA students and serve as the platform for which student presenters are chosen for the TEDxUGA stage.
Hailed as a “major force in the North American brass banding world,” the Georgia Brass Band has entertained audiences with its dynamic style of music making since its founding in 1999. With free admission, this is a concert the entire family can enjoy together. For more information, visit: pac.uga.edu