A busy week for the DFPA
By: Jade Anderson, Rambler Buzz Staff Writer
Between the concerts, art shows, dance recitals, and plays, the Department of Fine and Performing Arts has a number of events to participate in during the upcoming week. Here’s a list of the events you won’t want to miss.
2014 Annual Student Art Competition
Through February 22
Ralph Arnold Gallery
8 a.m. to 10 p.m
From the Mississippi Delta
This play is a transformative memoir that focuses on a mother and her daughter as they rise above tragedy during the Civil Rights Movement in the south.
February 21 through March 2
Newhart Family Theatre
Thursday through Saturday—7:30 p.m. / Sunday—2 p.m.
Choral and Orchestra Concert
Loyola’s Chamber Choir, Orchestra, University Chorale, and Women’s Choir will all perform during the spring concert series.
Jazz Ensemble and Wind Ensemble Concert
The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow
This play tells the story of an adopted girl genius who creates a robot replica of herself to travel across the world and see her biological mother.
February 27 through March 2
Underground Laboratory Theatre
Thursday and Friday—8 p.m. / Saturday—2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. / Sunday—2:30 p.m.
A body of artwork that attempts to relocate viewers’ perceptions of image and place.
February 27 through April 7
Ralph Arnold Gallery
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
To learn more about these events, and other spring productions, visit the Arts Alive blog.
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