The Office of Cultural Events at NEIU invites you to enjoy lectures and arts events on our campus in 2016-2017. The wide variety of programming includes the Jewel Box Series concerts, Stage Center Theatre, Art Gallery, Films, the Presidential Lecture Series, Department of Music and Dance events and productions by Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater and the Ruth Page Dance Series.
THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC AND DANCE PRESENTS
NEIU Faculty Recital
Thursday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Jaime Gorgojo, Violin
Dr. Kay Kim, Collaborative Pianist
Featuring works by Richard Strauss, Alfred Schnittke and Maurice Ravel.
With guest cellist and NEIU Faculty member Paula Kosower and guest violist Sixto Franco.
Main Campus, Recital Hall
Free Admission and open to the Public
THE FINE ARTS CENTER GALLERY PRESENTS
February 13 - March 17
Defying any labels, Chad Kouri's work traverses through mediums from digital graphics to printmaking, collage, and painting.
Tuesday, April 18: Who Killed Teddy Bear?
Directed by Joseph Cates • 1965 • 35mm from Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
The cosmic suffering of Sal Mineo continues in this under-seen independent exploitation film.
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