Events

We hope you join us for an upcoming event at the McGlothlin Center for the Arts!

Upcoming Events:

  • Faculty Biennial 22: SeARcHisTory Gallery Exhibition

    Sep30
    , 12:00pm - 5:00pm

    Working studio artists all, the Fine Art faculty of Emory & Henry College represent a rich variety of materials, approaches and philosophies. This exhibition represents a selection of their recent works.

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  • E&H Theatre Dept: Silent Sky

    Oct6
    , 7:30pm
    The year is 1900 and Henrietta Leavitt has her dream job at Harvard University helping to map the stars. Will she find a way to balance her dedication to her family and maybe even find love? Will she get credit for her work, or will her contributions to scientific discovery get credited to her boss Edward Pickering? This play based on a true story will change the way you see the heavens and help you gain new respect for the lives of women in science. Summary & Details
  • E&H Theatre Dept: Silent Sky

    Oct9
    , 2:00pm
    The year is 1900 and Henrietta Leavitt has her dream job at Harvard University helping to map the stars. Will she find a way to balance her dedication to her family and maybe even find love? Will she get credit for her work, or will her contributions to scientific discovery get credited to her boss Edward Pickering? This play based on a true story will change the way you see the heavens and help you gain new respect for the lives of women in science. Summary & Details
  • Susan Fecho: When I Breathe on Air Gallery Exhibition

    Oct24
    , 12:00pm - 5:00pm
    Through her mixed-media works, artist Susan Fecho interprets the past as a “personal, cultural and archetypal artifact” in which the human body, architecture and landscape become metaphors constructed through a rich tapestry of materials and techniques resulting in both 2D and 3D works. The familiar object and experiences “reappear in unfamiliar configurations,” ranging from the whimsical to the allegorical, but always taking on a new and deeper significance. Summary & Details
  • Artalk: Susan Fecho, When I Breathe on Air

    Oct24
    , 7:30pm
    Through her mixed-media works, artist Susan Fecho interprets the past as a “personal, cultural and archetypal artifact” in which the human body, architecture and landscape become metaphors constructed through a rich tapestry of materials and techniques resulting in both 2D and 3D works. The familiar object and experiences “reappear in unfamiliar configurations,” ranging from the whimsical to the allegorical, but always taking on a new and deeper significance. Summary & Details
  • E&H Theatre Dept: Songs for a New World

    Nov3
    , 7:30pm
    It only takes a moment to change our lives, we just have to decide to move forward, turn back or even jump (off the ledge of a building). This review is the first musical written by Broadway favorite Jason Robert Brown. The powerful music will transport audiences to the most pivotal moments in the character’s lives as we weigh the options right along with them. Summary & Details
  • E&H Theatre Dept: Songs for a New World

    Nov5
    , 2:00pm
    It only takes a moment to change our lives, we just have to decide to move forward, turn back or even jump (off the ledge of a building). This review is the first musical written by Broadway favorite Jason Robert Brown. The powerful music will transport audiences to the most pivotal moments in the character’s lives as we weigh the options right along with them. Summary & Details
  • Fall Choral Concert: On My Way

    Nov6
    , 3:00pm

    Join the Emory & Henry College Concert Choir and Chamber Singers as they present their fall concert exploring music from diverse cultures, beliefs, and eras. Students across campus studying a variety of disciplines come together to create an experience of community and joy right here in Appalachia you won’t want to miss!

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