All of April! “Southern Illinois Women’s March” A Multi-media Art Exhibition Cinema-Photography Gallery, Communications Bldg Room 1101, 10A to 3P
Professor Cade Bursell‘s Art and Activism class (CP 470B) has prepared an exhibit and screening of photographs, signs, and stories to document and understand the experience of the march and why people joined the march.
All of April! “Triple Narrative: Landscapes, Figures, Fish” University Museum, 10A to 4P
April 12-14, 2017 Little Grassy Literary Festival! Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
The Graduate Writers Forum is committed to showcasing some of the best contemporary American poetry and prose. The Little Grassy Literary Festival has proven to be a source of inspiration for attendees from a wide range of backgrounds, with the readings transforming literary works on the page into memorable experiences in person, while allowing direct access to the writers. This year, our choices bring a diversity of voices, experiences and aesthetics. Little Grassy will feature poets Carl Phillips, Brian Barker, Aja Monet, David Winter, Abby Geni and Bonnie Jo Campbell.
April 27-30, 2017 Department of Theater presents the Tony Award-winning musical
Written by Rick Elice
Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Music by Wayne Barker
Directed by J. Thomas Kidd
Peter, an orphaned boy, teams up with Molly, a starcatcher, to battle a villainous pirate and save the Queen’s treasure in this prequel to “Peter Pan.”
Performances: Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. – McLeod Theater
Tickets: Four show subscription – Adults $64, Students $24; Individual tickets – Adults $18, Students $6
April 27-29, 2017 Department of Communication Studies presents
Written and directed by Craig Gingrich-Philbrook Kleinau Theater, 2nd Floor Communications Building Reservations & Information (618) 453-5618
Join a troupe of performers, far in the future, away from Earth, as they prepare a decidedly surreal show for the annual commemoration of the now extinct chicken. One of the most abused species in human history—particularly, but not exclusively in factory farms, the chicken becomes a case study in domestication, anthrocentrism, empire building, and the ways a space-roaming culture must reflect on the values it brings along as it heads out among the stars. MATURE THEMES.
April 27 and 28 College of Mass Communication and Media Arts (MCMA) Graduate Symposium Thurs, April 27 MFA Candidates Exhibition Carbondale Creative Arts Foundation
Fri, April 28 MA, MS, PhD Candidates Paper and Panel Presentations Room 1032 (Dean’s Conference Room) Communications Building