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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.

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Lecture-Recital: Dainius Vaicekonis

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.

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Opera Theater: Mozart scenes

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.

UW's Littlefield Organ in Kane Hall

UW’s Littlefield Organ in Kane Hall

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.



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