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Shakespeare fans from far and near gathered, debated theories, and shared their love of the writer’s many works at the University of La Verne for the campus’ first Shakespeare conference last Saturday.
The unlikely mix of George Gershwin tunes and traditional African American spiritual pieces amazed a large audience in “Gospel Fusion: Gershwin and Beyond” on Monday night in Morgan Auditorium.
Picking up Meg Wolitzer’s “The Interestings” and trying to read the book between projects is a mistake. After getting past a plot set-up that takes a while to get off the ground, there is no going back.
Students gathered Wednesday afternoon in the Arts and Communications Building to watch “Soul Kitchen,” hosted by the Foreign Languages Enhancement Activities club, to wrap up its German Cinema Month.
Students, faculty and fans of photography attended the Carlson Gallery’s latest exhibit, “Geolocation: Desertscapes” on April 25.
Junior art minor Nikki Godinez tells graduate student Mauricio Medrano the story behind her art installation.
What started as a typical light-hearted comedy turned out to be a show covering different social issues, from anti-semitism to feminism to the struggle of class within a wealthy Venetian society, as the Dailey Theater premiered William Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.”
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 3, 2013.
The University of La Verne hosted a reception to celebrate the exhibition of “Campus: Selections from the La Verne Art Collection” that is currently displayed in the Harris Gallery on Tuesday.
William Shakespeare will take center stage at Dailey Theatre tonight as the theater department presents “The Merchant of Venice.”