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UIndy Calendar of Events

February 2016

Date Time Event
Mon 2/1All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/2All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/3All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/35:00 PM
Quran Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Chapel
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Details: Quran Study is a safe space to read Quran and have open conversation about Islam related topics. All/non religions welcome.

For more information, contact: mitichea@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/4All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/49:00 PM
Christian Worship
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - McCleary Chapel
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For more information, contact: csturgeon@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/5All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/65:30 PM
Play 4 Kay, Women's Basketball
Location: Nicoson Hall -
Time: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Women's Basketball will be hosting Truman State, but will also host the event "Play 4 Kay" in honor of breast cancer awareness.
Please come out and show your support and wear pink!

For more information, contact: pettyb@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/68:00 PM
Karaoke
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Concourse
Time: 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Details: The Office of Student Activities is hosting Karaoke with DJ Krazy Kris! Bring your friends, sing your heart out, and enjoy pizza and drinks!

For more information, contact: hokej@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/76:15 PM
Delight Ministries Bible Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall B/C
Time: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Details: Delight is a college student community that grows together, serves together, learns together and does life together while chasing the heart of God. If you have questions, email uindydelight@gmail.com. We are looking forward to meeting you!

For more information, contact: hodsone@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/8All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/84:00 PM
Class of 2016 Wine Tasting
Location: President's Home -
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Details: Stop by and join the Senior Events Committee this Monday, February 8 between 4pm and 6pm at the President's House for a wine tasting and socializing. Students will be able to sample a red and white wine from Tastings Wine Bar and socialize with other senior class members.

The event is free for seniors. Non-alcoholic beverages and light refreshments will be provided. Students will be limited to two glasses of wine.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP below as soon as possible. Please note that this event is for graduating UIndy students, only.

RSVP link: goo.gl/forms/PiaocwW9xf

For more information, contact: barrys@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/9All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/10All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/105:00 PM
Quran Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Chapel
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Details: Quran Study is a safe space to read Quran and have open conversation about Islam related topics. All/non religions welcome.

For more information, contact: mitichea@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/1011:00 AM
Professional Edge Center: Booth
Location: Schwitzer Student Center -
Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Details: Stop by the Professional Edge booth today in Schwitzer during lunch to see what our next fun and exciting events are this month.

For more information, contact: lautc@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/1012:00 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Music students perform. More info: 788-3255 (labensg@uindy.edu)

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/103:00 PM
The Gift Gurus: How to Impress Your Loved Ones Without Breaking Your Budget
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - 013
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Details: Rather than simply purchasing the traditional gifts for a loved one on Valentine’s Day, learn some creative ways to give affordable gifts that are still meaningful. Beyond Valentine's Day, this event will help you think creatively how to give gifts year round and still stay within your budget.

For more information, contact: holcombjl@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/105:00 PM
Spring Festival Celebration
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

For more information, contact: wangjiaq@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/11All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/119:00 PM
Christian Worship
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - McCleary Chapel
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For more information, contact: csturgeon@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/11All Day
Eat at City BBQ to Support Senior Class Gift
All Day
Details: Plan to eat at City BBQ in Greenwood TODAY!

Mention UIndy and 25% of all proceeds from your order will go towards the Senior Class Gift.

The senior class is looking to further enhance Schwitzer Park with their class gift. The class is looking at new seating options, grills, and outdoor game for the area.

Grab your family & friends and eat at City BBQ any time on the 11th. Good all day on dine-in and carry-out orders.

The City BBQ in Greenwood is located at:
7863 US 31 South
Greenwood, IN 46227
317.534.0320

www.citybbq.com

For more information, contact: barrys@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/117:00 PM
Modern Languages Movie Night: Beyond Silence (German film)
Location: - HEAL 138
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Details: Beyond Silence: This German film, Jenseits der Stille, was released in the United States as Beyond Silence
and received a 1997 Academy Award nomination as Best Foreign Language film.
A young woman struggles with her unusual relationship with her mother and father in this drama from Germany. Laura is a bright young girl whose parents, Martin and Kai, are deaf and dumb. Living in a small town in Germany, where International Sign Language has long been frowned upon due to local superstitions, Martin and Kai have a great deal of difficulty communicating with others. However, Laura knows sign language as well as her parents, and she frequently acts as an interpreter between her parents and others, often missing school as a result (though when translating for her mother at a parent-teacher conference, Laura cleverly twists a poor evaluation in her favor). Laura is given a clarinet by her Aunt Clarissa but this inflames an old sibling rivalry in Martin, and he makes it clear to Laura that he does not approve of her study of music, a subject he cannot understand or take part in. Laura begins learning the instrument despite her father's wishes, and she soon develops a keen talent. Years later, teenaged Laura is a gifted musician and is encouraged by her clarinet teacher to attend a conservatory in Berlin, where a scholarship can be arranged. Despite Martin's objections, Laura goes to Berlin with Kai's blessings. While studying in Berlin, Laura meets Tom, a young man who teaches hearing impaired children, and she finds herself enjoying both romance and independence for the first time. Sadly, Laura's good fortune goes south when tragedy strikes at home. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


For more information, contact: maym@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/12All Day
Public Art in Indy: Roland Hobart and a New Era in The City
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibition of images and historical documents explores the City of Indianapolis’ early forays into public art during the 1970s. Although Indianapolis' “sports strategy” for urban renewal has drawn significant attention, at the same time, city leaders began employing the arts as a means to create attractive public spaces and promote downtown redevelopment.
Spotlighted in the show is the work of Roland Hobart, designer of one of the city’s first substantial public art projects: a towering outdoor mural along Delaware Street commissioned for the Indianapolis Urban Walls Project in 1973. Other featured works include Milton Glaser’s "Color Fuses" mural at the Minton-Capehart Federal Building and James McQuiston’s mural “The Runners” at 11 S. Meridian St., both dating to 1975.
The materials on display come from various sources, including UIndy’s Mayoral Archives and Department of Art & Design, which recently acquired Hobart’s personal collection, and from the collection of local preservationist Richard McCoy, who led the curation of the exhibition.
Public Art in Indy is showing in conjunction with this year’s Richard M. Fairbanks Symposium on Civic Leadership, presented Feb. 5 by UIndy’s Institute for Civic Leadership & Mayoral Archives in partnership with Indiana Humanities and the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Under the theme Building Vibrant Cities Through Art, local and national arts leaders will discuss the past, present and future of public art in Indianapolis and elsewhere. More information is available at
uindyfairbankssymposium2016.eventbrite.com.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/127:30 PM
UIndy Opera Theatre
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Details: "Dr. Miracle" by Georges Bizet; "A Game of Chance" by Seymour Barab
Kathleen Hacker, artistic director and stage director
Austin Hartman, musical director
Gregory Martin, associate musical director
Costumes by Dramatic Images
Admission is free to the public. More information: 788-3255

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/137:30 PM
UIndy Opera Theatre
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Details: "Dr. Miracle" by Georges Bizet; "A Game of Chance" by Seymour Barab
Kathleen Hacker, artistic director and stage director
Austin Hartman, musical director
Gregory Martin, associate musical director
Costumes by Dramatic Images
Admission is free to the public. More information: 788-3255

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/146:15 PM
Delight Ministries Bible Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall B/C
Time: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Details: Delight is a college student community that grows together, serves together, learns together and does life together while chasing the heart of God. If you have questions, email uindydelight@gmail.com. We are looking forward to meeting you!

For more information, contact: hodsone@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/157:30 PM
Celebrating the History of Indiana through Music
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rebecca Sorley, piano; Allegra Sorley, piano; Ted Frantz, historian

Rebecca Sorley joins forces with historian and UIndy professor Ted Frantz to celebrate Indiana’s bicentennial with music and historical background about the Hoosier state. Featured in this multi-media performance: music from the state’s centennial, ragtime pieces by Indiana women composers, selections by Hoagy Carmichael, and duo performances of Cole Porter favorites with pianist Allegra Sorley.

Admission is free to the public. More information: labensg@uindy.edu or 317-788-3255.

For more information, contact: rratliff@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/162:30 PM
21st Century Scholars Engagement
Location: Stierwalt Alumni House - Multipurpose Room
Time: 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Details: Join in this casual conversation with the staff at the Professional Edge Center anytime between 2:30 and 4 pm. Ask any question regarding how to go about internships, creating and polishing your resume, and exploring career options and strategy! There will even be cookies and hot cocoa!

For more information, contact: lautc@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/164:30 PM
Provost's Lecture: Kevin Whiteacre & Amanda Miller
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center -
Time: 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Details: The Provost's Lecture: Kevin Whiteacre & Amanda Miller
Three Days in a Belizean Prison: Serendipity, Scholarship, and Change Provost’s Lecture Series

For more information, contact: mcartwright@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/169:00 PM
Comedian: Josh Johnson
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall A
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Details: Josh Johnson has performed at colleges and festivals across the country such as Bridgetown,Out of Bounds, and New York Comedy Festival. He is a contributing writer for The Whiskey Journal and an ensemble member of Under The Gun Theater in Chicago. In 2015 he was the winner of Snubfest in Chicago, Devil Cup in New York, and one of Comedy Central Comics to Watch. He lives in Brooklyn with his roommate’s dog.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpxKMQUOFo4

For more information, contact: swaimj@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/175:00 PM
Quran Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Chapel
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Details: Quran Study is a safe space to read Quran and have open conversation about Islam related topics. All/non religions welcome.

For more information, contact: mitichea@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/1711:00 AM
Professional Edge Center: Booth
Location: Schwitzer Student Center -
Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Details: Stop by the booth in Schwitzer today to see what exciting events are happening next week at the Professional Edge Center.

For more information, contact: lautc@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/1712:00 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Music students perform. More info: 788-3255

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/177:30 PM
UIndy Jazz Series: Saxophonist Sophie Faught
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: A frequent performer at Uindy and the city’s top jazz clubs, Sophie Faught plays with “poise and assurance beyond her years” according to Doug Ramsey of Jazz Times magazine. She has performed in venues across the country and world, including Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City and the North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, has appeared with Jimmy Heath, Slide Hampton, the Temptations, the Four Tops, Terrell Stafford, and Dick Oates and toured as a member of the Nicholas Payton Jazz Quintet. She currently performs every Wednesday night at the Chatterbox Jazz Club on Massachusetts Ave, where she leads her own group featuring original compositions and jazz standards. Given the recent release of her latest album entitled Three Muses, this is one show not to miss! Admission free.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/189:00 PM
Christian Worship
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - McCleary Chapel
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For more information, contact: csturgeon@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/188:00 PM
Out of Order Preview
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney

A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy



*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

Performance only--no dinner. There is no charge for this performance--no ticket required.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/196:45 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 6:45 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy


*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

General Admission: $26.00/person (includes dinner)
Senior Citizens/Groups of 8 or more/non-UIndy students with ID: $24.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy students, faculty, and staff: $14.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy “Student Rush” tickets: no charge with ID (does not include dinner)

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/203:00 PM
Young Composers Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Details: The 16th annual Young Composers Recital features outstanding young composers --elementary ages through college students -- performing their own works. Students chosen to perform compete in the Young Composers Competition sponsored by the University's Pre-College Program judged by Dr. John Berners, Associate Professor of Theory and Composition at the University of Indianapolis. Admission free.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/206:45 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 6:45 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy


*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

General Admission: $26.00/person (includes dinner)
Senior Citizens/Groups of 8 or more/non-UIndy students with ID: $24.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy students, faculty, and staff: $14.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy “Student Rush” tickets: no charge with ID (does not include dinner)

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/216:15 PM
Delight Ministries Bible Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall B/C
Time: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Details: Delight is a college student community that grows together, serves together, learns together and does life together while chasing the heart of God. If you have questions, email uindydelight@gmail.com. We are looking forward to meeting you!

For more information, contact: hodsone@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/214:00 PM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane Reception
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/216:45 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 6:45 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy


*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

General Admission: $26.00/person (includes dinner)
Senior Citizens/Groups of 8 or more/non-UIndy students with ID: $24.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy students, faculty, and staff: $14.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy “Student Rush” tickets: no charge with ID (does not include dinner)

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/229:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/2212:00 PM
Sharing My Story
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Trustees Dining Room
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Details: Sharing My Story is sponsored by the Lantz Center for Christian Vocations and Formation. Faculty, Staff, and Students share their stories of God's call in their life. Dr. Jim Fuller, Professor of History, will be sharing his story, Why Not Me?: How Jesus Helped Beat Cancer

For more information, contact: csturgeon@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/227:30 PM
Science, Math, and Music
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:10 PM
Details: Continuing UIndy’s partnership with the Ronen Chamber Ensemble, “Science, Math, and Music” is a program devoted to investigating the intersection of these sundry disciplines. Concepts such as the Fibonacci sequence, combinatoriality, and Kepler's laws of planetary motion will be explored through the prism of Bartók's Sonata for two pianos and percussion, Holst’s The Planets," Anton Webern’s Quartet for clarinet, violin, tenor saxophone, and piano, and Praeludium by UIndy composer John Berners, among others.

Admission is free to the public. More information: labensg@uindy.edu or 317-788-3255.
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For more information, contact: rratliff@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/229:00 PM
Tracing Your Roots
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Uindy Hall A
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For more information, contact: halemb@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/239:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/237:30 PM
UIndy Jazz Ensemble
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Freddie Mendoza, director

Free admission.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Tue 2/239:00 PM
Professional Edge Center presents Patricia Russell-McCloud
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall A
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Details: "It's Not Just You Anymore. Working in a Global Society."

For more information, contact: lautc@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/245:00 PM
Quran Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Chapel
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Details: Quran Study is a safe space to read Quran and have open conversation about Islam related topics. All/non religions welcome.

For more information, contact: mitichea@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/249:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/2412:00 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:00 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Music students perform. More info: 788-3255

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/241:30 PM
Professional Edge Center: Branding 101
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall C
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Details: Own who you are and redevelop, remodel, and repair your brand. How do YOU dress for an interview? (different rules/navigate do’s and don’t’s) How do YOU approach others at a networking event? What does YOUR social media say about your image, work ethic, and approach to life? We will be reviewing all aspects of branding and how to make it work for you.

For more information, contact: lautc@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/243:00 PM
Why do left handed people survive?
Location: Martin Hall - 350
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Details: This talk explores the question of why people are predominately right-handed, a trait shared by no other species. It answers the title question by considering the cultural, biological, and genetic explanations for our left-handedness. Two evolutionary game theoretic models are offered to explain why it may have been advantageous (from an evolutionary perspective) to have a fraction of population be left-handed.
The speaker will also talk about the Indiana Section of the Mathematics Association of America (IN-MAA) and how interested students, faculty and staff may get involved with the section. This talk is part of the Outreach College Visitors Program of the IN-MAA and intended for an undergraduate audience.

For more information contact: Dr. Krystina Leganza, kleganza@uindy.edu, 788-6183

For more information, contact: hummell@uindy.edu

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Wed 2/243:00 PM
Why do left handed people survive?
Location: Martin Hall - 350
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Details: This talk explores the question of why people are predominately right-handed, a trait shared by no other species. It answers the title question by considering the cultural, biological, and genetic explanations for our left-handedness. Two evolutionary game theoretic models are offered to explain why it may have been advantageous (from an evolutionary perspective) to have a fraction of population be left-handed.

For more information, contact: lmbattiato@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/259:00 PM
Christian Worship
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - McCleary Chapel
Time: 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM

For more information, contact: csturgeon@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/259:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/254:00 PM
Paula Dione Ingram masterclass
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Details: Guest soprano Paula Dione Ingram presents a masterclass as part of her year-long tour, "Art, Legacy, Celebration: A Saute to African-American Composers of Art Songs, Spirituals, Cabaret, and Musical Theatre."

More information: 788-3255 (labensg@uindy.edu)

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/256:00 PM
Obstacles to Rights
Location: Ruth Lilly Ctr -
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Obstacles to Rights is an event hosted by Pre-Physical Therapy Student Organization and Students for Justice in Palestine in which students have to complete an obstacle course and simultaneously experience what life is like for Palestinians at "checkpoints." Students will earn prizes if they complete the obstacle course and meet certain criteria under the different categories for prizes. Come on out to support PPTSO and SJP and win awesome prizes!!!!!!1

If you have any other questions please contact: Regan Johnson at johnsonro@uindy.edu

For more information, contact: johnsonro@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/257:00 PM
Paula Dione Ingram concert
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Details: Guest soprano Paula Dione Ingram presents a concert as part of her year-long tour of colleges and universities. Art, Legacy, Celebration: A Salute to African-American Composers of Art Songs, Spirituals, Cabaret, and Musical Theatre.
Paula Dione Ingram is thrilled to share her expertise as an international performer and performance coach with students and professionals alike. Her collegiate tour of her debut album kicked off in January of 2015 and is scheduled to tour into 2016 throughout the United States and abroad.

More information: 788-3255

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/257:30 PM
Topic: Updates from the NCAA Sports Sciences Program
Location: - 138
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Topic: Updates from the NCAA Sports Sciences Program

All are welcome.
When: Thursday, Febuary 25 at 7:30pm
Where: R.B. Annis Auditorium, Health Pavillion Room 138
Speaker: John Parsons, PhD, LAT, ATC

For more information, contact: weltyd@uindy.edu

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Thu 2/258:00 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy.

*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

NEW “1/2 Price Second Thursday”$6.00/person. Performance only--no dinner. UIndy students, faculty, and staff admitted free with ID.

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/269:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/266:45 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 6:45 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy


*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

General Admission: $26.00/person (includes dinner)
Senior Citizens/Groups of 8 or more/non-UIndy students with ID: $24.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy students, faculty, and staff: $14.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy “Student Rush” tickets: no charge with ID (does not include dinner)

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Fri 2/267:30 PM
Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra: The Brandenburg Affair
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM
Details: The Six Concerts à plusieurs instruments (“Six Concertos for various instruments”) are today known as the Brandenburg Concertos and not a little mystery enshrouds their earliest fate. Johann Sebastian Bach presented them to Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt, as part of an employment application, but the Margrave neither hired Bach nor had the concertos performed. The mystery will be solved as the IBO and its soloist-players – including flutist Barthold Kuijken, violinist Allison Edberg-Nyquist, and harpsichordist Thomas Gerber -- perform Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 3 – 6.


Single tickets are $20 general admission, $15 seniors, and $10 students. For tickets and information, phone (317) 808-BACH (2224), or visit www.indybaroque.org. IBO concerts at UIndy are free to all UIndy students, faculty, and staff.

For more information, contact: rratliff@uindy.edu

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Sat 2/276:45 PM
Out of Order
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - Dining Hall
Time: 6:45 PM to 10:30 PM
Details: by Ray Cooney
A Dinner Theatre production

Synopsis: When Richard Willey, a government junior minister, plans to spend the evening with Jane Worthington, one of the opposition's typists, things go disastrously wrong. A 1991 Olivier Award Winner, Best Comedy


*Warning: This production may contain adult language and content that some may find inappropriate.

General Admission: $26.00/person (includes dinner)
Senior Citizens/Groups of 8 or more/non-UIndy students with ID: $24.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy students, faculty, and staff: $14.00/person (includes dinner)
UIndy “Student Rush” tickets: no charge with ID (does not include dinner)

Tickets available at the Event Ticketing Center, Ransburg Auditorium lobby, 317-788-3251 www.uindy.edu/arts/ETC.

For more information, contact: bwright@uindy.edu

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Sun 2/286:15 PM
Delight Ministries Bible Study
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall B/C
Time: 6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Details: Delight is a college student community that grows together, serves together, learns together and does life together while chasing the heart of God. If you have questions, email uindydelight@gmail.com. We are looking forward to meeting you!

For more information, contact: hodsone@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/299:00 AM
Continuum: Gallery Installation by Rachel Hellman and Jennifer Crane
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
Time: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Details: Rachel Hellmann (Terre Haute, IN) and Jennifer Caine (Hanover, NH) have been collaborating since 2013. Their collaboration developed following a decade of exchange during which time they traded studio visits, exhibited, and curated exhibitions together. For their exhibition in the Christel DeHaan Fine Art Center Gallery, they will create a piece conceived as a large scale artist's book, using paint, text, paper, thread, tyvek and a variety of other materials to alter the physical space of the gallery. They will draw from their background as painters to create an experience steeped in color and light. Past installations include: Artists-in-Residence program at The Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, IL, the Interface Residency in Batavia, IL and the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, MA.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 2/297:30 PM
Heroes and Villains
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Daniel Narducci, baritone; Gregory Martin, piano

Baritone Daniel Narducci sings songs and themes that illustrate iconic heroes and villains. From the classic heroes of ancient Greece, to the chivalrous deeds of Don Quixote and the devious antics of Captain Hook, this recital celebrates the characters that we all love and loathe. Songs by Franz Schubert, Jacques Ibert, Leonard Bernstein, and many others will be featured in this survey of characters light and dark.

Admission is free to the public. More information: labensg@uindy.edu or 317-788-3255.


For more information, contact: rratliff@uindy.edu

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