January 11, 2017
Arts Roundup: UW Tower exhibits, a lecture-recital, and a Littlefield Organ performance
This week, two new exhibits featuring local artists are on display in the UW Tower through March, a lecture-recital at Brechemin Auditorium, and a UW vocal performance highlighting scenes from Mozart’s operas.
UW Tower Exhibit: Don Silverstein
January through March 2017 | UW Tower
The illustrative work and abstract paintings of prolific artist Donald Silverstein will be on display on the Mezzanine Level of the UW Tower this quarter. More info.
Lecture-Recital: Dainius Vaicekonis, Piano
7:30 p.m., January 12 | Brechemin Auditorium
UW alumnus and former artist-in-residence Dainius Vaicekonis, now head of keyboard studies at Seattle Pacific University, presents a lecture-recital focused on aspects of unity in the last three piano sonatas of Beethoven: Opus 109, Opus 110, and Opus 111. More info.
UW Tower Exhibit: Deborah Conger Hughes
January through March 24, 2017 | UW Tower
Two exhibits at the UW Tower will honor the generous spirit and creative ingenuity of UW alumna and retiree Deborah Conger Hughes. These works include Assemblage Boxes and Flâneur: Photographs by Deborah Conger Hughes, which will be on display in the Tower’s Skybridge Corridor Gallery and the South Plaza Fountain Gallery, respectively.
Opera Theater: Mozart Scenes
7:30 p.m., January 14 | Meany Studio Theater
Artists-in-residence Stephen Stubbs and Cyndia Sieden lead students from the UW vocal performance program in scenes from Mozart’s operas. More info.
Littlefield Organ Series: Timothy Olsen
3:00 p.m., January 15 | Kane Hall, Walker-Ames Room
Professor of Organ at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts performs a recital on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. More info.