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  • October 13: The Molding of the Arts in America via the African American Experience
  • October 29: From Vision to Legacy: LALS 40th Anniversary Celebration


October 13
The Molding of the Arts in America via the African American Experience:
The Arduous Expedition from Ambo to Rodolfo, Tamino and Othello


When: October 13, Reception: 4:00pm, Lecture: 4:00-5:30pm

Where: James M. Stukel Towers Auditorium, 718 West Rochford Street, Chicago IL
Sponsor: UIC Chancellor's Lecture and Event Series

 

Reception and lecture by George I. Shirley, the J. Edgar Maddy Distinguished, University Emeritus Professor of Music (Voice) at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance. Mr. Shirley is one of America's most versatile tenors and a Grammy award winning artist. He is nationally and internationally renowned as a performer, teacher and lecturer.


The event is free and open to the public. Parking is available at Lot 14 (entrance on Union Avenue and Rochford Street), and the Maxwell Street Parking Structure, 701 West Maxwell Street.

RSVP to Teresa Soto Plutz
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October 29
From Vision to Legacy: LALS 40th Anniversary Celebration

 

When: October 29, 6:00-9:00 pm
Where: National Museum of Mexican Art, 1852 W. 19th St.
Sponsor: Latin American and Latino Studies Program, UIC

 

"Anniversary Celebration” Kick-off Event / Fundraiser for LALS Student Scholarship Fund


For more information, contact martae@uic.edu or moralesdpdl@gmail.com