You can search for events by date, type of event and/or keyword, or just browse!
Tickets for many of the events sponsored by the Division of Performing Arts can be purchased online.
View Performing Arts Events
Events for March 21, 2013
Students with Disabilities Focus Group
(5:30 PM - 6:30 PM)
- Attachment 1: Campus Climate Audit Summary
A team of students and staff will be leading a Student Affairs Campus Climate Audit throughout the spring semester.
This team is seeking students interested in participating in a focus group based on their identity as a student with a disability. This focus group will seek to understand the campus experience of certain identity groups on campus to learn more about perceptions of campus spaces. This is the last in a series of focus groups.
This particular focus group will be held on Thursday, March 21 in the Institute for Cultural Unity on the 1st Floor of the Powell Campus Center from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
More information about the Campus Climate Audit is attached. Also, please contact Craig Arno via email, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have further questions.
Battle of the Bands
(6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
SAB leadership and the audience provide 15-minute slots to artists hoping to open for OK GO. Contact Kristey at KMP9@alfred.edu to sign up for a time slot.
(7:30 PM - 9:00 PM)
The Human Studies Division, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, welcomes Dr. William D. Irvine as this year’s Russell Lecturer, Thursday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nevins Theater, Powell Campus Center. Admission to the even is free and the public is welcome.
Irvine, professor emeritus of history at York University, Toronto, is widely recognized as one of the most influential scholarly voices in the history of France and the history of Fascism of the last 30 years.
Some of his major works include French Conservatism in Crisis: The Republican Federation of France in the 1930s (1979), The Boulanger Affair Reconsidered: Royalism, Boulangism, and the Orgins of the Radical Right in France(1988), and most recently Between Justice and Politics: The Ligue des Droits de L’Homme, 1898-1945 (2007) which has recently forced a rethinking of the history of human rights in France.
The Russell Lecture, held annually since 1970, honors the memory of Willis Russell, former historian and department chair, who taught at Alfred University from 1926 until his retirement in 1964.