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This Week in the Arts April 1 - 8, 2023

Public events in the School of Art & Design + Performing Arts Division, week of April 1-8, 2023. All events are free and open to the public.

Friday & Saturday, March 31 - April 1, 7:30pm & Sunday, April 2 at 2pm Miller Theatre Rich B*tch  by Rachel Lynett. A dark intersectional comedy: Five women of color. A 'bachelor party' at a 5 Star hotel. No one was expecting the proverbial (and literal) cuts that they would ultimately inflict. Theatre Production directed by Asst. Prof of Theatre Jonathan Ziese. The three shows, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, (March 30-April 1) will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Miller Theater. This show is free to the public and no reservations are required. More

Tuesday, April 4 Workshop 3:20 - 5:10 pm Miller #302; Concert: 7:30 - 9:00pm Miller Theatre Workshop and Residency Concert Trio of Three Continents. Celebrating world heritage with Gao Hong, Kadialy Kouyaté and Leonard Jacome, Pipa(China), Kora(Senegal) and Harp (Venezuela), will give a free workshop and concert

Thursday-Friday April 6 & 7, 7:30pm CD Smith III Theatre Crave by Sarah Kane Student Capstone Project. Crave is presented as a senior directorial capstone by Ronan Adams of the Performing Arts PD&T (Performance, Design and Technology) Division. This show is free to the public. Reservations are not required, but GA seating is limited. More

Friday, April 7, 11:20am IDEA Lab Multi-Cultural Kitchen Making fresh food and talking about multicultural food in Jerusalem. Vegetarian and Vegan options available and you can take food with you after the workshop.


Saturday, April 8, 6-8pm Fosdick-Nelson and Robert C. Turner Galleries. MFA Thesis Exhibitions. On view April 8 – 11


  • Sheyda Azar Sculpture Dimensional Studies Fosdick-Nelson-Gallery Gallery Talk April 11, 4:30pm
  • Tomáš Penc Sculpture Dimensional Studies Robert C. Turner-Gallery Gallery Talk April 11, 5pm


Choice: Judith Olson Gregory Cohen-Gallery

Paul S. Briggs: Knot Stories, The Showcase Exhibition, and Selections: The Archive Alfred Ceramic Art Museum