Weekly Events Roundup

Take your mind off midterms and attend one of the many on-campus happening this week, from sports lectures to concerts to art exhibits.

angels.jpgTake in one of the final three performances of Angels in America, Part 1: Millenium Approaches Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday night at 8:00 in the Clark Theater. Written by Tony Kushner, the play is set against the backdrop of the AIDS crisis in 1985. Tickets are available at the box office or ithaca.ticketforce.com.

 

olive

Two exhibits are running concurrently in the Handwerker Gallery until October 18 – Memorandum: Leslie Brack and Time Breaks Open: Susan Weisend feature art from artists living and working in Ithaca. One of Brack’s recent watercolors, Olive, is the image on the right.

Independent journalist Dave Zirin will give a public lecture, “The Politics of Sports and Sports Journalism,” on Thursday, October 12 at 7pm in Emerson Suites, Campus Center. An award-winning journalist who produces the weekly Edge of Sports podcast and column, Zirin is sports editor of The Nation.

As always, there’s tons of events going on in Whalen. Here are the music school events this week:

Wednesday, 10/11

Percussion Ensembles
8:15pm  |  Ford Hall

Thursday, 10/12

Ithaca Music Forum:  Eduardo Herrera:  Music of Soccer Chants 
5:00pm  |  McHenry Lobby

Friday, 10/13

Jazz Ensemble
8:15pm  |  Ford Hall

Saturday, 10/14

Choral Collage
7:30pm  |  Ford Hall

Sunday, 10/15

French Art Song Class Recital
2:00pm  |  Hockett Family Recital Hall

Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony
4:00pm  |  Ford Hall

Guest Recital: David Geringas, cello
7:00pm  |  Hockett Family Recital Hall