Archive for the 'Fine and Performing Arts' Category

SLU Theatre Presents Three Sisters

Come see the play Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, put on by your fellow SLU students starting tomorrow night!
The play will be shown on Fridays and Saturdays, April 26-27 and May 3-4 at 8pm, and on Sunday, May 5 at 2pm in the University Theatre in Xavier. You can make reservations at (314) 977-3327. Tickets are $7 for students and $9 for SLU faculty/staff.
If you’d like to volunteer at the theatre or learn about auditions, contact John Lamb at (314) 977-2998 or e-mail him at lambjc@slu.edu.
SLU Theatre presents: Three Sisters
Friday and Saturdays, April 26, 27 and May 3, 4 at 8PM and Sunday, May 5 at 2PM
University Theatre, Xavier Hall
$7 student, $9 faculty/staff
 

Student Art Exhibit

SLU’s annual student artwork exhibit will open this Friday evening with a reception at 4:30 in the McNamee Gallery!

Come check out the studio art from your fellow students at the exhibit in the McNamee Gallery (lower level of the Cupples House) Wednesday through Friday from 12-4pm and Saturday from 1-4pm. The exhibit will be open starting this Friday the 26th until May 10th. You can expect to see many different types of artwork, including ceramics, computer art, graphic design, fibers, metals, painting and printmaking.

The exhibit is free and sponsored by the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.

 

Student Art Exhibit
4/26 – 5/10, McNamee Gallery
Wednesdays-Fridays 12-4pm, Saturdays 1-4pm
Free

 

League of Laughter

Looking for some laughs tomorrow night? Stop by the League of Laughter’s (LoL) performance at 6pm in the Black Box!

It will be along the lines of the show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”, and the they’ll be making jokes and taking suggestions from the audience. It should be hilarious and, like always, is free!

The Black Box is located one the first level of Xavier Hall.

 

League of Laughter Show
Friday, April 5th at 6pm
Black Box (Xavier Hall)
free

 

Forte’s Instrument Drive

Forte is hosting their 3rd annual Instrument Drive this week in the BSC!

You can stop by tomorrow from 10am-5pm and donate any instruments, sheet music, or other music supplies that you may have sitting around and not being used. The donations help support music programs in St. Louis schools like Loyola Academy and South City Prep.

 

Instrument Drive
Wed. Apr. 3rd, 10am-5pm
BSC

 

Urban Wanderers Art Exhibition

The 2013 Urban Wanderers Art Exhibit is upon us, with the grand opening happening tomorrow evening at SLUMA!

Urban Wanderers is an art exhibit sponsored by Stray Rescue of St. Louis and SLUMA, showcasing homeless companion animals and bringing awareness to the problem of stray animals. The theme of this year’s exhibit is “The Plight of the Street Dog,” which focuses on the hardships of strays and the uplifting stories of their rescues and recoveries.

“Henny Penny” sculpture by Laura M. Thomson

The art shown in the exhibit will be by artists who paint, photograph, or sculpt a Stray Rescue dog or cat that has been abandoned, abused, or neglected. Additionally, some shelter dogs create their own works of art with their paws, tails, and noses!

The exhibit opens this Friday, March 22nd at 6pm and runs through Sunday, May 5th. It’s free and open to the public. The opening includes food and beverages. Please stop by!

“Stella” painting by Rich Brooks

Urban Wanderers Art Exhibit Opening
Friday, March 22nd, 6-8PM
SLUMA
free