Three new essays have been posted on the Teaching & Learning site as part of the Core Matters series, which offer richly thoughtful explanations of the role each discipline plays in our University core curriculum. Learn about a discipline you might not yet have pondered: Nicole Leupp Hanig and Mead Hunter discuss Fine Arts 207; Brad Franco explores history; and Stephanie Salomone explains the role of mathematics.
Fasten your seatbelt for something completely different! That according to Mead Hunter of the performing and fine arts department. This year’s edition of the popular New Play Festival features Behind the Wheel, three short pieces set in three different cars parked around the campus, on April 24-25, meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Mago Hunt Center. As always, admission is free but seating is limited. Go to this link to reserve a performance slot.
The popular New Play Festival returns to campus this year with brand new, never-before-heard scripts by outstanding UP writers. Faculty, staff, and students can be part of their first audiences on Wednesday, April 26 and Thursday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., in the Blair Studio Theater in Mehling Hall. Admission is free. Each evening will have four different short plays in concert reading style, and all are cordially invited to either night or both.
For more information contact Mead Hunter, performing and fine arts, at x7388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior to the Friday, February 27 performance of Full Circle, all ticket holders are invited to enjoy complimentary wine and cheese while listening to a panel of campus experts, including Mead Hunter, performing and fine arts; Brian Els, history; and Rev. Charlie Gordon, C.S.C., theology, as they highlight production details and illuminate important themes in the play. The panel and reception begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Mago Hunt Center lobby.
Questions may be directed to Garaventa Center co-director Karen Eifler at email@example.com or 8014.