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In conjunction with the Mapping Exhibition Suite, the Northern Illinois University Art Museum has announced programming for the month of May continuing into June. Exhibitions from this suite will be on display until Friday, May 24. Rare Books – Map Viewing Thursday, May 2 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. Founders Memorial Library, Fourth Floor Join us for...
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The Northern Illinois University School of Theatre and Dance will present a dance concert that demonstrates how dance has changed over time. “Evolution of Ballet,” scheduled from Thursday, April 25, through Sunday, April 28, is the final production the School’s 2012-2013 theater season and the final show in the Stevens Building before it is vacated...
Sinclair Bell
Sinclair Bell, an associate professor of art history in the NIU School of Art, has received a fellowship from the Board of Administration of the George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation. Bell and eight other scholars representing the fields of the history of art and architecture, painting and sculpture, each receive $30,000 for the...
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NIU’s third annual Latino Film Festival returns Tuesday, April 9, and continues through Thursday, April 18. This year’s festival will focus on drugs and politics in Latin America. First on the docket is the award-winning documentary “Pecados de Mi Padre,” which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, in the Cavan Auditorium of Graham Hall....
Victor Garcia
The NIU School of Music and the Center for Latino and Latin American Studies will team up at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 8, for a night of dance, music and culture at the NIU Latin Jazz Dance Party. Before the live music starts, DJ Mark Sorto will spin salsa, merengue, bachata and more in the...
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The Third Onion – the student-run production scheme of the Northern Illinois University School of Theatre and Dance – has announced an ambitious schedule of plays to be performed over a four-week period beginning the first week of April. Students will present four original plays and another by playwright James McLure in NIU’s Stevens Building Corner...
I said it. I couldn’t say it.
“I said it. I couldn’t say it.” is an interactive installation about facing our own truths and learning the truths of others. NIU’s MFA student Maria Dimanshtein will present her artwork from Tuesday, March 26, through Friday, March 29, at Gallery 214. Visitors are invited to engage with the environment and contribute their own content,...
Ken’ichiro Taniguchi’s “Brunnenstr.10, Entrance, Berlin #1 (street view),” 2012
In conjunction with the current Mapping Exhibition Suite, the NIU Art Museum has announce additional programming for the month of April. Exhibitions from this suite are on display through Friday, May 24, with a public reception from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 4. Supplementary programming will be offered throughout the course of the exhibitions....
Artist Andreas Cellarius’ “Ptolemaic World System,” on loan from the Joel Oppenheimer Gallery.
As part of the Northern Illinois University Art Museum’s upcoming Mapping Exhibition Suite, “MAPPING: Measuring Across Place and Period; Information, Navigation and Geography” features the evolution of maps as both tools for navigation and beautiful works of art. This exhibition will be curated by NIU Museum Studies students enrolled in ART 656 and will be...
Alex Gelman
Alex Gelman, director of the NIU School of Theatre and Dance, has been elected treasurer of the University/Resident Theatre Association (URTA). Gelman’s term is for two years. The NIU School of Theatre and Dance is a proud member of URTA, the most elite group of theater schools in the country. URTA is the nation’s oldest...
Ben Rosecrans’ “Accipround.1,” 2012 (detail)
As a part of the NIU Art Museum’s upcoming Mapping Exhibition Suite, “OBJECTIVE / SUBJECTIVE: Mapping as Visual Language” features contemporary artists utilizing the visual and conceptual language of mapping to respond to real or imagined spaces. Museum staff Peter Olson and Heather Green will curate this exhibition in the North and Rotunda galleries of...
A silent auction of painted violins will be one of the highlights of Kishwaukee Symphony Orchestra’s benefit evening, “KSO Goes to the Movies!” The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 8, in the Boutell Memorial Concert Hall of the NIU Music Building. Music planned for the family concert includes works from movie favorites such...
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