University Museum, First Floor Sutton Hall
This exhibition represents an outstanding 60+ year career as an artist, mentor, and educator. Paintings on display are from the artist’s personal collection and the University Museum’s permanent collection in addition to others generously on loan from private collections. The exhibit will also feature a video interview with the artist.
This exhibit is open Tuesday, January 26, through Saturday, March 20, in the University Museum, located on the first floor of Sutton Hall. The University Museum welcomes visitors during the following hours:
2:00–5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Friday,
Special Saturday hours of 2:00–5:00 p.m. on March 6, 13, and 20.
Streamed Online Performance
Once described by the late musical icon Prince as having “a voice that
could melt snow,” Kandace Springs will kick off the 2021 Ovations
Series. This singer, songwriter, and keyboardist’s refined mix of
R&B, jazz, and pop has been showcased on three albums released on
the legendary Blue Note record label. This Nashville-based artist counts
stylists as Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Nina Simone, Roberta Flack,
Norah Jones as her heroes, but, as evidenced by her sparkling Blue Note
debut Soul Eyes, mimics none of them. She has a style all her own. Other full-length albums include Indigo, which was released September 2018. Her most recent album, The Women Who Raised Me, was released March 2020.
A recital by students of the IUP Trombone Studio, featuring soloists, chamber music, and the IUP Trombone Ensemble.
A live, public audience will be permitted to attend. The event will also be live streamed on the Department of Music's YouTube Channel
YouTube Live Stream
music faculty member Jason Worzbyt will perform a recital, “Solo
Basson Music of the Americas.”
Due to the
ongoing pandemic, this recital will have no audience.
It will be live-streamed
on the IUP Department of Music’s YouTube Channel.
Rescheduled performances of this show will take place on:
Washington, DC, 1950. State Department employees Bob and Nora find themselves at the forefront of the moment when the Red Scare adds shades of Lavender. In other words, along with rooting out potential Communists, the couple must now investigate “deviants,” i.e., gays.
Unfortunately for Bob and Nora, they are also, gay and their marriage is a cover for their actual partners, who also pretend to be a married couple. Hilarious screwball misdirection eventually gives way to a sober examination of gay rights and American values.