University Museum, 1st 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–Saturday, March 20, 2021, in the University Museum, located on the first floor of Sutton Hall. The University Museum welcomes visitors during the following hours:
The museum hours are 2:00–5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, with the addition of special Saturday hours of 2:00–5:00 p.m. on March 6, 13, and 20.
YouTube Live Stream: IUP Department of Music YouTube Channel
The Wind Ensemble wil be performing an evening of Chamber Winds and Flex-Band music for this concert. Our music will have something fr everyone and be an aural representation of our human condition.
Our works will include: Fireworks Fanfare (Brass Only) by Kevin Day, Light (Chamber Winds) by Christopher Marshall, This Cruel Moon (Adaptable/"flex" scoring) by John Mackey and conducted by Casey Williams, Graduate Wind Conducting Student, Washington Grays March arranged for Flex-band by Claudio S. Grafulla and arranged and conducted by Luke Hamilton, Graduate Wind Conducting Student, Ash (Flex Band) by Jennifer Jolley arr. Patrick Dunnigan, and Dancing Fire (Flex Version) by Kevin Day/arr. Trentadue. The ensemble is led by Dr. Tim Paul, Director of Bands.
There will be no live audience. This vent will be streamed on the IUP Department of Music YouTube Channel.
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,”
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
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IUP 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 and will be live-streamed on the IUP Department of Music's YouTube channel.
University Museum, First Floor Sutton Hall
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.
YouTube Live Stream
A concert of chamber music for strings spanning over 200 years, including duets, trios, and a quartet.
A live audience will be permitted of only the IUP community. Number of tickets available will be determined by current COVID guidelines. The event will also be live streamed on the Department of Music's YouTube Channel.
This exhibition is an opportunity for the Art faculty at IUP to share their work that is on the forefront of Contemporary Art.
The Lively Arts is delighted to host the Johnstown Symphony
Orchestra Principal String Quartet to perform “I Sing America,” a patriotic
salute highlighting the contribution of female composers.
gallery of women artists, this program showcases the melodic and energetic works of
composers, including famed suffragette Ethel Smyth, award-winning
composers Gabriela Lena Frank and Jessie Montgomery, as well as the
music of George Walker. The program concludes with a youthful quartet of
Note: This performance is not open to the general public. It will be made available via streaming at a later date, TBA.
Brass Ensemble will present a concert of music for brass contemporary
A live audience will be permitted.
The number of tickets available
will be based on current COVID guidelines. This event will be streamed on the
IUP Department of Music’s YouTube
Gorell Recital Hall
IUP Music Department students will present a recital of works for solo strings and string ensembles.
A live audience will be permitted of only IUP community members—no public audience members. The number of seats available will be based on current COVID guidelines.
This event will be live-streamed on the Department of Music's YouTube Channel
This event has been replaced by IUP Strings
Guest pianist Chindarat Charoenwongse-Shaw will join faculty member Linda Jennings, cello, to present a recital including works by Rachmaninof, Ginestrera, Yi, Debussy, and Shostakovich.
A concert of chamber music for strings , voice, and piano featuring Stanley and Swana Chepaitis (violin), Henry Wong Doe (piano), Mary Logan-Hastings (soprano), Christine Clewell (harpsichord), and Linda Jennings (cello), erforming works by Beethoven, Greig, Handel, and Chepaitis.
A live audience will be permitted of only the IUP communuity. Number of tickets available will be determined by current COVID guidelines.
This event will be live streamed on the Department of Music's YouTube Channel
Collaborating one final time, the IUP Dance Theater Company and the IUP Percussion Ensemble will present “An Evening of Dance and Percussion: Legacy.” Under the direction of Holly Boda-Sutton and Michael Kingan, these two ensembles gather for one final performance celebrating 20 years of collaboration. The two groups usher the ultimate homage to a Percussion and Dance history and the legacy this alliance will leave behind for years to come. This concert revisits nine favorites from Percussion and Dance Repertoire dating back to 2009. The pieces selected from the past have been reconstructed by alumni of IUP Dance Theater and feature musical arrangements by IUP Percussion alumni. Performances feature past and present company members and select community dancers.
LIVE Stream Virtual Performance: $12
IUP Student and Active I-Card Holders: $8
Tickets to the live performance are available only to IUP students and I-Card holders and can be purchased by calling 724-357-1313, between 12:30 and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall
piano faculty member, Dr. Henry Wong Doe, will present a program of solo
piano music. Including works by Beethoven, Scriabin, and Chopin.
audience will be permitted.**
Number of tickets available will be based on
current COVID guidelines.
This event will also be live streamed on the IUP
Department of Music's YouTube Channel.
Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall
Tubaphonium Ensemble, under the direction of Zach Collins, performs a concert
of works for chamber and large tuba-ephonium ensemble. Literature will
include standards in the repertoire as well as newly-composed works.
Number of tickets will depend on current COVID
guidelines. The performance will also be live streamed on the IUP Department of Music's YouTube Channel.
IUP Faculty and students perform music written, performed, and recorded by Distinguished Alumnus, Jim Self (BSEd 1965).
This event is free admission.
IUP Campus and Downtown Indiana
This great event will take place on Wednesday, April 28, in the Oak Grove.
Members of theater simple will also be at the first-ever Arts Walk, 12 to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 17, in beautiful downtown Indiana. Look for them and many other artists at the IRMC Park.
Caravan Chronicles: ReUnion is an interactive public art event set in and around a 1962 Airstream Safari. Audience members become part of the “family” at a semi-traditional (and highly idiosyncratic) reunion, contributing to the family lore with stories, memories, and haiku of their own.
An expansive and inclusive collection of both analog and digital events, culminating in this gleeful faux-family reunion, Caravan Chronicles will kick off with a documentary podcast series in winter 2021, encouraging connection in distancing times. Crafted in collaboration with the Lively Arts program, theater simple, IUP students, and Indiana participants, Caravan Chronicles will amuse and inspire “family” of all ages, shapes, and sizes, whether in person or online. So, come play a game, write haiku, and hang out—it’s time to add more stories to the family mythology.
This ever-popular exhibition is an opportunity for the Art and Design faculty at IUP to share their work that showcases the forefront of contemporary art.
IUP faculty, students, alumni, and friends join together to perform the music of Los Angeles-based jazz musician David Angel.