School of the Arts Gallery, Arts and Sciences Building
Our Public Programming series organized by the Fine Arts, Communication and Performing Arts Departments offer students, faculty, staff, and the broader community an opportunity to explore their engagement with the arts and the dynamic field of communication and media studies.
Through an interdisciplinary approach, our programming strives to create, support, and advance robust, collaborative discourse that is transformative and thought-provoking; and of interest to the region and the campus community. Examples of our curated programming series range from lectures, symposia, performances, and temporary installations. All events are free and open to the public.
Joe Rauen is an innovator, creating and playing bizarre and whimsical musical instruments engineered from found objects, hardware, even sporting goods!
Bring your lunch and join us on Tuesday, September 15, 12-1 PM at the outdoor stage at the Anderson Library Courtyard + Pavilion for an entertaining, socially distanced Joe Rauen experience.
*Rain Date Wednesday, September 16, 12-1 PM
Dia de Los Muertos Festivities
Alumni Lecture Series: Robert Nava
Moderated by Dean Dave Klamen
Willie Baronet: The We Are All Homeless Project, 1993-2018
Windy City Warmthpresentation and discussion with James Van Drie (In conjunction with the We Are All Homeless exhibition)
Signs of Humanity, Documentary Screening
Curator-Led Gallery Talk by Greg Hertzlieb