School of the Arts event calendar
Georgia (Oct 2, 2002) — School of the Arts event calendar
Cheryl Anderson Brown
Oct. 22−Nov. 14
KSU Senior Art Majors' Exhibition. Painting‚ sculpture‚ drawing‚ printmaking‚ graphic design‚ photography and ceramics. Free. Fine Arts Gallery‚ Wilson Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−499−3223.
Nov. 1−Dec. 12
KSU Alumni Biennial Exhibition. Outstanding works of art created by artists in the years following their graduation from Kennesaw State. Free. Opening reception: 7−9 p.m. Nov. 1. Sturgis Library Gallery‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−499−3223.
Oct. 31−Nov. 3
"The Bell Witch and Other Legends: Ghostly Storytellings from American South." A staged storytelling of the wrongs unavenged‚ loves unrequited and Civil War hauntings that permeated Southern folklore. 8 p.m. Oct. 31−Nov. 1 and 3 p.m. Nov. 3. $5. Studio Theater‚ Wilson Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
"Shenandoah." In this moving musical drama‚ American life in the 1860s comes to life with folk ballads and country−dances. 8 p.m. Nov. 19−23 and 3 p.m. $15. Stillwell Theater‚ Wilson Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
Melanie Fuller‚ flute. A faculty artist recital. 8 p.m. Free. Recital Hall‚ Music Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
"A Kristallnacht Commemoration: Honoring the Victims and Survivors of the Holocaust." A concert of works including the world premiere of "Fugitive Footsteps" performed by Cantor Daniel Gale‚ the KSU Chamber Singers‚ and others. 8 p.m. Free. The Temple‚ 1589 Peachtree St. N.E.‚ Atlanta. 770−423−6650.
Rebecca Lanning‚ mezzo soprano. The Emerging Artist Series presents this rising Macon vocalist in recital. 8 p.m. $15. Recital Hall‚ Music Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
Uzee Brown‚ baritone and Joseph Meeks‚ piano. Presented as part of the American Song Festival. 8 p.m. Free. Recital Hall‚ Music Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
Oral Moses‚ bass−baritone and Joseph Meeks‚ piano. Presented as part of the American Song Festival. 8 p.m. Free. Recital Hall‚ Music Building‚ 1000 Chastain Road‚ Kennesaw. 770−423−6650.
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