Please join us to celebrate beautiful and thought-provoking student art. Student artists read Dr. Martin Luther King Junior’s speech “I Have a Dream” and then created art based on the imagery Dr. King painted with his powerful words. This exhibition also connects the Visual and Digital Arts program with the Theater Arts program, as students created art that represents concepts from the play “Noises Off”. Refreshments will be served.
The Theater Department at American International College will present the comedy farce “Noises Off” on Friday, November 30, and Saturday, December 1, 2018, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, December 2, 2018, at 2 p.m. Admission is free for all audiences members and donations are appreciated.
The AIC Alumni Relations Office invites you to join us in New York City to watch the Brooklyn Nets take on the Toronto Raptors at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn! The evening will include a special meet-up and reception prior to the game at the nearby Woodland restaurant. Come hang out with friends, share memories, and make some new ones with fellow alumni.
Please join us for “Rethinking the Black Freedom Movement” presented by Dr. Yohuru Williams, Dean and McQuinn Distinguished Chair of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis-St. Paul, February 12, 2019, in the West Wing Gallery of the Karen Sprague Cultural Arts Center.
Please join us for “Fighting the U.S. Youth Sex Trade: Gender, Race, and Politics” (Cambridge University Press, 2018) presented by Carrie N. Baker, Professor and Director, Center of the Study of Women and Gender, Smith College, March 7, 2019, in the West Wing Gallery of the Karen Sprague Cultural Arts Center. As always bring a crowd!
Please join us for a poetry reading of “Wounds in the Heart: American Poetry and the Spanish Civil War” (Guttman, 1962) presented by award-winning poet Peter N. Carroll. Carroll’s poems have appeared in many journals and online. He is currently the Poetry moderator for Portside.org and lives in northern California. As always bring a crowd!
Please join us for a documentary film viewing and discussion of At the River I Stand (56 minutes, 1993). Discussion to follow the documentary.
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