Friday, 04 Oct 2019
Explore Japanese folk music through Hikaru's magical melodies and striking rhythms. Ensemble leader Nobuto Yamanaka brings together the distinctive three-string Tsugaro shamisen, powerful taiko drums, Japanese flute, songs and dance in a stunning performance that will carry you to the soaring mountains and rugged seas of Japan.
Join artist Susan Chrysler White and guest curator Kathleen Edwards as they talk about the evolution of Chrysler White's artwork, the exhibition Force of Nature: The Art of Susan Chrysler White.
For those that love moos, clucks, oinks, neighs, meows, barks, and squawks. We will show you the basics of painting your piece and fire it within a week. Studio fee is $4 for ISU and $5 for public to attend plus the cost of the bisque you select. Drop off but give yourself an hour.
Japanese musicians Hikaru performance for all ages.
"Climate Change Theatre Action: Lighting the Way," a series of short plays written by international playwrights to support the UN Climate Change Conference. These stories bring science to life and encourage us to work toward a sustainable future together. ISU's CCTA focuses on sharing knowledge, discovering hope and creating community as the best ways to face growing environmental crises.
The ISU Wind Ensemble features sixty of the finest student wind and percussion players on the Iowa State campus. They often feature renowned guest conductors, composers and soloists. Students are directed by Dr. Michael Golemo. The Wind Ensemble has toured Europe seven times since 2003, and plans to tour Asia in May, 2020.