College of the Arts News
Highlights of Fall Arts Events
The College of the Arts at Kennesaw State University has a full
schedule of events planned for the fall of 2016, including dance, music,
theatre, and visual arts.
In a uniquely collaborative
event, the School of Music and KSU Dance Co. have gathered forces with
the Zuckerman Museum of Art to host Interchange II: Transitions on September
20th at 8 p.m. Free and open to the public, this collaborative Recital
features musical works and dance specifically selected to accompany
exhibitions currently on display in the Zuckerman Museum of Art.
Explore more visual art at Paying It Forward: KSU Artists and Their Protégés exhibition II with a free reception on September 26 from 5-7 p.m in the Fine Arts Gallery of the Wilson Building. For this series of exhibitions, faculty and staff members from the School of Art and Design were asked to invite the students who became some of their protégés to show their work alongside that of the teacher.
Don’t miss In the Red and Brown Water at the Onyx Theater September 20-25. Playwright Tarrel Alvin McCraney kicks off his multi-award winning brother/sister trilogy with this moving and tragic coming-of-age story that nestles itself within the choice between safe love and destructive passion.
The Department of Dance will present MELD at the Stillwell Theatre on Nov. 9-12 at 8 p.m. Get your tickets early, because these evenings of innovative classical and contemporary dance sell out quickly.
To see the complete 2016-2017 schedule of events, please visit arts.kennesaw.edu.