Sunday, 08 Mar 2020
Visit the "Creating Global Understanding" exhibition and the ReACT "#WomenKnowStuffToo" exhibition during special weekend hours.
James Rodde, conductor
This Milonga (dance party) is a multi-level class with lots of time to enjoy the music and dance.
Kathleen Rodde, conductor
Monday, 09 Mar 2020
"Voices in Song," ISU senior voice majors will present highlights from their senior recitals with Jodi Goble as vocal coach and pianist.
Author and professor Sue Taylor will speak about Grant Wood's life and legacy in "Grant Woods Secrets."
Tuesday, 10 Mar 2020
In conjunction with the exhibition "Creating Global Understanding," members of the World Languages and Culture faculty will lead informal discussions of the works of art they researched and interpreted. Registration requested.
Consider yourself a history buff? Think you know Iowa State? Love game nights with friends?
Wednesday, 11 Mar 2020
This group is great for those who love the improv comedy humor of their fellow college students and can't get enough of location, occupation, means of death.
Thursday, 12 Mar 2020
Ever wondered about the difference between "floral" and "botanical" art? Or botanical "art" versus botanical "illustration?" Kelsey Wilson, local artist from Nevada, will be leading a discussion on the key differences of these art forms and highlighting some contemporary masters.
Artist Linda Emmerson with discuss her works of art included in the #WomenKnowStuffToo ReACT Exhibition.
Inspired by the beloved film, "Waitress" tells the story of Jenna, an expert pie maker who dreams of a way out of her small town. A baking contest and the town's new doctor may offer her a fresh start, but Jenna must summon the strength to rebuild her own life. Don't miss this uplifting celebration of friendship, motherhood, and the magic of a well-made pie. A preshow dinner will also be available for this performance.
Tiny Moving Parts's new album, breathe, tackles issues such as mental health, anxiety, and mortality, while also expanding their sound. Breathe serves as an important emotional crutch. It's the friend we all need at our darkest times.