Lake Erie College’s Fine Arts Department in full force for Spring 2010
The Lake Erie College Fine Arts Department brings an array of entertainment as it approaches the Spring 2010 semester. The list of events begins Friday, Jan. 22 at noon with “The banjo.” All events are held in the Fine Arts Building. Detailed descriptions of the events, all of which are open to the public, are listed below.
• Thursday, April 8 to Monday, May 10
BFA Exhibition: Opening Reception, April 8, 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Features works by Marissa Bearer and Sarah Uveges. B.K. Smith Gallery.
• Thursday, April 15 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Integrated Media, Digital Art and Technology Showcase: Come see Digital Photography, Video Games and Short Films by Lake Erie College students. Film screenings start at 5:30 p.m. in the C.K. Rickel Theatre. Reception with refreshments.
• Thursday, April 22 and Friday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m.
Spring Dance Concert: Featuring dances by Lake Erie College faculty and students, guest artists and B.F.A. project choreographed and performed by senior Lauren Boucher.
All theatre events are held in the C.K. Rickel Theatre in the Fine Arts Building. The New Play Festival, An Unseasonable Fall of Snow and Chook Chook plays, Student Art Show and the Showcase are free and open to the public. The Odd Couple and Spring Dance Concert are free to Lake Erie students and $5 otherwise. Ticket reservations are recommended for these but not required.
• Sunday, April 25 at 4:00 p.m.
Spring Musical Arts Concert: The Music Department presents its main concert event of the semester – featuring the Lake Erie College Community Chorus, Flute Choir, faculty and student performers and the first Lake Erie College presentation of choral music by the increasingly popular and respected American composer, Morten Lauridsen.
All music events will be held in the Morley Music Building and admission is free; no reservations required. For more information, contact Professor Paul Gothard at 440.375.7030 or email@example.com.
Lake Erie College, located in Painesville, Ohio, currently serves more than 1,200 students. Founded in 1856, Lake Erie is an independent, liberal arts institution that challenges its students to "get in and stand out" in academics, athletics and student activities. The College offers 33 undergraduate majors and the option to design an individualized major to fit career and academic goals. Lake Erie's innovative learning experiences focus on helping students to meet career and life challenges, preparing for a world that is increasingly interdependent.