13 Friday / September 13, 2019

Every Breath We Drew – Artist Lecture


Grunwald Gallery of Art
https://soaad.indiana.edu/creative-activity/grunwald-gallery/exhibitions/upcoming/2018-08-24-out-of-easy-reach.html

The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University is pleased to present Every Breath We Drew, photographs by Jess Dugan. This series has been widely published and noted as one of the most important series of photographs depicting intimacy and identity. Rather than attempting to describe a specific identity or group, the gender identity and sexual orientation of the individuals varies greatly- Every Breath We Drew asks larger questions about how identity is formed, desire is expressed, and intimate connection is sought. The exhibit will open on August 6 and continue through October 4, 2019. The artist will be present on September 13 to participate in several public programs including a McKinney Visiting Artist Lecture at 5pm followed by a reception.

The exhibition will provide an opportunity to address the political and cultural nuances of gender, inclusion, and representation. Within an academic context, Ms. Dugan’s work has implications across disciplines and research institutes including Fine Arts, Gender Studies, The Kinsey Institute, and American Studies, to name a few. In addition to the expansive, interdisciplinary dialogue sparked by Ms. Dugan’s work, she is a generous workshop leader and adept at working with students to provide feedback on creative research and career development.

Exhibits / Speakers

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

Every Breath We Drew – Lunch Roundtable


Grunwald Gallery of Art
https://soaad.indiana.edu/creative-activity/grunwald-gallery/exhibitions/upcoming/2018-08-24-out-of-easy-reach.html

The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University is pleased to present Every Breath We Drew, photographs by Jess Dugan. This series has been widely published and noted as one of the most important series of photographs depicting intimacy and identity. Rather than attempting to describe a specific identity or group, the gender identity and sexual orientation of the individuals varies greatly- Every Breath We Drew asks larger questions about how identity is formed, desire is expressed, and intimate connection is sought. The exhibit will open on August 6 and continue through October 4, 2019. The artist will be present on September 13 to participate in several public programs including a McKinney Visiting Artist Lecture at 5pm followed by a reception.

The exhibition will provide an opportunity to address the political and cultural nuances of gender, inclusion, and representation. Within an academic context, Ms. Dugan’s work has implications across disciplines and research institutes including Fine Arts, Gender Studies, The Kinsey Institute, and American Studies, to name a few. In addition to the expansive, interdisciplinary dialogue sparked by Ms. Dugan’s work, she is a generous workshop leader and adept at working with students to provide feedback on creative research and career development.

Exhibits / Speakers

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

Cemetery Preservation & Restoration

06:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Monroe County History Center, 202 E 6th Street
http://www.monroehistory.org

The Monroe County History Center is hosting nationally recognized cemetery restoration specialist, Jason Church. Church is the Materials Conservator at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training in Natchitoches, Louisiana. From cemetery surveys and documentation, tips and techniques for photographing headstones, to appropriate headstone cleaning products, based on a study by the National Park Service, these topics are a great opportunity for any cemetery enthusiast to learn more about historic preservation. Made possible by the Cornelius O’Brien Lecture Series.

Education / Speakers

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

Every Breath We Drew – Reception


Grunwald Gallery of Art
https://soaad.indiana.edu/creative-activity/grunwald-gallery/exhibitions/upcoming/2018-08-24-out-of-easy-reach.html

The Grunwald Gallery at Indiana University is pleased to present Every Breath We Drew, photographs by Jess Dugan. This series has been widely published and noted as one of the most important series of photographs depicting intimacy and identity. Rather than attempting to describe a specific identity or group, the gender identity and sexual orientation of the individuals varies greatly- Every Breath We Drew asks larger questions about how identity is formed, desire is expressed, and intimate connection is sought. The exhibit will open on August 6 and continue through October 4, 2019. The artist will be present on September 13 to participate in several public programs including a McKinney Visiting Artist Lecture at 5pm followed by a reception.

The exhibition will provide an opportunity to address the political and cultural nuances of gender, inclusion, and representation. Within an academic context, Ms. Dugan’s work has implications across disciplines and research institutes including Fine Arts, Gender Studies, The Kinsey Institute, and American Studies, to name a few. In addition to the expansive, interdisciplinary dialogue sparked by Ms. Dugan’s work, she is a generous workshop leader and adept at working with students to provide feedback on creative research and career development.

Exhibits

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

The Monroe Civic Theatre presents their 30th Anniversary A Midsummer‘s Night Dream

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
3rd Street Park, 331 S. Washington St, Bloomington IN
http://www.mcct.org

Saturday September 14 7-9pm
Sunday, Matinee from 3-5pm
At 3rd Street Park now Waldron Hill & Buskirk Park
331 S. Washington Street
Bloomington, In. Free open to all the Bard’s fans young and Old.

The 30th anniversary of MCCT.org’s Shakespeare in the Park presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Our 30th year we plan to dazzle the audience with fairy youth. Young Teen drama, from Boys & Girls Club with adult dreamers and plotting mechanicals who roar and neigh.

Along with Mendelssohn ‘s “Midsummer ‘s. Night Dream there will be music playing in the background-led by their maestro IU Jacobs School’s Benjamin Watkins along with small orchestra from Jacobs and/or Bloomington community musicians if interested contact MCCT.org.

Outdoors / Theater

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

The Great Gatsby

07:30 pm to 09:45 pm
Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium
https://cardinalstage.org/

Cardinal Stage presents “The Great Gatsby’ September 5-22 at the Ivy Tech Waldron Auditorium. The breathtaking glamour and decadent excess of the Jazz Age come to the stage in Simon Levy’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel. Nick Carraway finds himself drawn into the dazzling world of flappers, bootleggers, and a mysterious man named Jay Gatsby. But beneath all the romance is a harsh reality that cannot be escaped, no matter how hard Gatsby may struggle to row against the current of his past. This production is in partnership with the IU College of Arts & Sciences 2019 Themester.
“A beautifully crafted interpretation of the 1925 novel…This is indeed a grand GATSBY.” ~ London Free Press

Show Dates/times:
September 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, & 21 at 7:30pm
September 8, 14, 15, 21, & 22 at 2:00pm

For more information and to purchase tickets visit cardinalstage.org

Entertainment / Theater

13 Friday / September 13, 2019

comedican Greg & Dave “The King ” Wilson

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm
Brown County Playhouse
http://browncountyplayhouse.org

A favorite on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show, Greg has also appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central, CBS, ABC, FOX, MTV and CMT

Comedy / Entertainment

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