Upcoming Events
2:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
3 p.m.
A trumpet player in the Pride of Mid-America Marching BandThe Ball State Pride of Mid-America Marching Band will present a showcase performance to include two halftime shows, pregame show, section features, and a guest performance featuring students from this year’s State Fair Band Day champions: Muncie Central High School. Tickets are on sale now!
3 p.m.
a male vocalist performingUnder the direction of Andrew Crow and Kerry Glann, the Ball State Choirs present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music from around the world and across the centuries. Program to include music by Henry Purcell, Anton Bruckner, Nathan Carter, Abbie Betinis, John Rutter, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Andrew Rindfleisch, Orlando Gibbons, Johannes Brahms, Frank Ticheli, Gerald Finzi, Elaine Hagenberg, Vienna Teng, Morten Lauridsen, Samuel Barber, and Ysaÿe Barnwell. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
Orchestral musicians performing on stageUnder the direction of Douglas Droste, the Ball State Symphony Orchestra is one of the School of Music's flagship ensembles. Program to include Bedřich Smetana's "The Moldau", Gabriela Lena Frank's "Apu: Tone Poem for Orchestra", and Ottorino Respighi's "Fountains of Rome". Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to JORDAN as presented by an international student from that country.
4 p.m.
Cardinal closet is a one-stop-shop for all professional attire needs. Student Action Team, part of Housing and Residence Life, provides an array of free clothing for students who are in need.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
5 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThe Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. This recital will feature Mihoko Watanabe (flute), Zoran Jakovcic (viola), and Cara Chowning (piano). Program to include music by Anna Malia von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, Maurice Duruflé, Jenni Brandon, and John Francis Barnett. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
7:30 p.m.
a trombonist performingUnder the direction of Thomas Caneva and Caroline Hand, Ball State's top two concert bands present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music. Program to include music by Elena Specht, Germaine Tailleferre, William Bolcom, Richard Wagner, Ernest Caneva, and Paul Dooley (premiere performance). Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
2:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
trombonist Wycliffe GordonThe Wycliffe Gordon Quintet will perform in Sursa Hall as part of the Arts Alive series, presented by the College of Fine Arts. Wycliffe Gordon was recently named by the Jazz Journalists Association as "Trombonist of the Year" for a record-breaking 13th time. He is a veteran member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, and has been a featured guest artist on Billy Taylor's "Jazz at the Kennedy Center" series. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
A caucasian woman in a light blue dress is lifting her dress up in a pose. She is somewhere near mountains. The bright sun is peaking out behind a mountain in the distance. It seems like the sun is starting to set. The title" Valley of the Four Dolls" is edited on top of the photo.Oct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
2:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
10 a.m.
Atrium gallery with students browsing the exhibitsThe public is invited to an exhibition of creative projects completed by the first and second year students in the School of Art’s Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts Program.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
4 p.m.
Join us at Refinery 46 in Indianapolis to connect with President Mearns, Dean Ferris of MCOB, fellow alumni and current students for career conversations and casual networking.
7 p.m.
An event hosted by the Student Anti-Racism and Intersectionality Advisory Council
7:30 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThe Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. This recital will feature Chris Van Hof (trombone) and Michael Seregow (piano). Program to include music by Carolina Calvache, Anthony Barfield, Robert Suderburg, and Stjepan Sulek. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
12 p.m.
Journey to BANGLADESH as presented by an international student from that country.
7 p.m.
Please join the School of Art for a presentation by Jacqueline Chao. From 7:00PM - 8:00PM, located in AJ225.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThis event features creative and innovative musical compositions written by our Ball State music composition faculty. Program to include works by Eleanor Trawick, Chin Ting Chan, and Michael Pounds. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join us for a Netflix Movie Party!
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
a female vocalist performingUnder the direction of Andrew Crow, Kerry Glann, and Mark Statler, the Ball State Choirs present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music from around the world and across the centuries. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
2:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
The University Singers performingNow in its 58th season, the Ball State University Singers have been entertaining audiences young and old through its songs of faith, hope, laughter, and love. The ensemble kicks off the season with its annual Fall Concert. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to GHANA as presented by an international student from that country.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Join the Ball State University Young Alumni Council for a virtual event featuring fellow alumna and New York Times best selling author, Ashley C. Ford.
7:30 p.m.
Wind band musicians on stage performingThe Campus Band and Campus Orchestra are student ensembles led by doctoral and graduate student conductors. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
pianist Misha TumanovBall State alumnus Misha Tumanov is a frequent performer as a soloist and collaborative pianist and is currently a teaching artist at George Mason University's Mason Arts Academy. Program to include music by Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, and Samuil Feinberg. Event is free and open to the public.
7:30 p.m.
Crowder7:30 p.m. | Emens Auditorium
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
2:30 p.m.
Learn about Nepal’s music and landscapes and relax while feeling immersed in the culture.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
7:30 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
2:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
8 p.m.
Black background with red lights on a stage and purple fireworks at the top. At the bottom we can see the arms and heads of a large crowd cheering. A person is jumping in the middle of the picutre, striking a cheerleading pose. Stamped on top of everything are the words "BRING IT ON The Musical" in white letters.Nov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
2:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to INDIA as presented by an international student from that country.
5:30 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThe Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. This recital will feature Yu-Fang Chen (violin) and Peter Opie (cello). Program to be announced. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
8 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Yoga ClassJoin us for an online yoga class for graduate students taught by Aashna.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThe Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. This recital will feature Keith Sweger (bassoon), Patricia Sweger (piano), and Lisa Kozenko (oboe). Program include music by Carl Maria von Weber, Libby Larsen, Samuel Barber, and Nancy Galbraith. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
7:30 p.m.
an opera singer performingBased on a book by Tom Philpott, Glory Denied tells the true story of Colonel Jim Thompson, America’s longest-held prisoner of war. The opera deals not only with Thompson’s suffering in the jungle of southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, but also the tragic aftermath that followed his liberation. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This performance will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
2:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
3 p.m.
an opera singer performingBased on a book by Tom Philpott, Glory Denied tells the true story of Colonel Jim Thompson, America’s longest-held prisoner of war. The opera deals not only with Thompson’s suffering in the jungle of southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, but also the tragic aftermath that followed his liberation. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This performance will also be livestreamed.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
4 p.m.
Cardinal closet is a one-stop-shop for all professional attire needs. Student Action Team, part of Housing and Residence Life, provides an array of free clothing for students who are in need.
7:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
Faculty Artist SeriesThe Faculty Artist Series allows School of Music faculty to share their talent and passion for music with the campus and community. This recital will feature Mei Zhong (soprano) and James Helton (piano). Program to be announced. Free and open to the public with livestream available.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
CIrque Dreams7:30 p.m. | Emens Auditorium
8 a.m.
All residence halls will close for Thanksgiving Break on Wednesday, November 24, at 8:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between November 30 through December 3. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 1.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between November 30 through December 3. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 1.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
12 p.m.
Journey to IRAN as presented by an international student from that country.
7:30 p.m.
Jazz musicians performing on stageEnjoy a concert of standard jazz favorites and original compositions with the Ball State Jazz Ensembles. A jazz scholarship is also awarded at this annual concert in memory of Ralston C. "Morgy" Craig, an outstanding solo saxophonist who worked on a variety of projects with the Ball State band program in the 1950s and 1960s. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between November 30 through December 3. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 1.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between November 30 through December 3. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 1.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join us for a Netflix Movie Party!
7:30 p.m.
two hornists performingUnder the direction of Thomas Caneva and Caroline Hand, Ball State's top two concert bands present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
The University Singers performingKick off your holiday season with an evening of lights and fun with the University Singers. The ensemble will share traditional favorites of the season in festive group numbers, solos, and specialty acts fit for the entire family. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 7 through December 10. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Friday, December 8.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
a violinUnder the direction of Douglas Droste, the Ball State Symphony Orchestra is one of the School of Music's flagship ensembles. Program to include John Wineglass' "Cityscapes" and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 (“Pathétique”). Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 7 through December 10. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Friday, December 8.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to CAMEROON as presented by an international student from that country.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 7 through December 10. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Friday, December 8.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 7 through December 10. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Friday, December 8.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
2:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
2:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
3 p.m.
Conductor Andrew Crow leading the choral ensembles on the Holiday Choral ConcertBall State’s choral ensembles present two concerts in celebration of the winter holidays featuring well-known seasonal favorites and holiday music from a wide variety of traditions. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. The afternoon (3 p.m.) performance will also be available as a livestream.
6 p.m.
Conductor Andrew Crow leading the choral ensembles on the Holiday Choral ConcertBall State’s choral ensembles present two concerts in celebration of the winter holidays featuring well-known seasonal favorites and holiday music from a wide variety of traditions. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 14 through December 17. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 17.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 14 through December 17. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 17.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 14 through December 17. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 17.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between December 14 through December 17. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, December 17.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
7:30 p.m.
Four candles are lit and sit on a window sill. It's dark and we can see a branch from a tree outside as well as another window on a building. Dec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
4 p.m.
The School of Art is proud to present Pata Rajada, an exhibition by David Cuatlacuatl.
7 p.m.
Please join the School of Art for a presentation by Federico Cuatlacuatl. From 7:00PM - 8:00PM, located in AJ225.
2 p.m.
Part dinner party, part invasion, part performance art, THE COLONIALISTS challenge all audience members to consider where they are and how they got there, and at whose pleasure they remain. Applied Mechanics will present THE COLONIALISTS in the David Owsley Museum of Art as part of the Arts Alive series, presented by the College of Fine Arts. Applied Mechanics has been making original immersive plays in Philadelphia and beyond for twelve years. From invasion plays, to site-specific performances, to whole invented worlds that arrive at your home in a box and over radio waves, they are masters at making plays that surround you, transform the world around you, and include you in the story.
6 p.m.
Part dinner party, part invasion, part performance art, THE COLONIALISTS challenge all audience members to consider where they are and how they got there, and at whose pleasure they remain. Applied Mechanics will present THE COLONIALISTS in the David Owsley Museum of Art as part of the Arts Alive series, presented by the College of Fine Arts. Applied Mechanics has been making original immersive plays in Philadelphia and beyond for twelve years. From invasion plays, to site-specific performances, to whole invented worlds that arrive at your home in a box and over radio waves, they are masters at making plays that surround you, transform the world around you, and include you in the story.
7:30 p.m.
The University Singers performingNow in its 58th season, the Ball State University Singers have been entertaining audiences young and old through its songs of faith, hope, laughter, and love. The ensemble warms up the month of January with its annual Winter Concert. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
7:30 p.m.
Porta Rican female with long brown hair wearing a denim colored jumpsuit in a dance poseAyodele Casel, "a tap dancer and choreographer of extraordinary depth" (The New York Times) and one of The New York Times' "Biggest Breakout Stars of 2019", most recently premiered “Chasing Magic” a dance film encapsulating the wonder of collaboration and artistry. Ayodele premiered her one-woman show “While I Have The Floor” at the Spoleto Arts Festival to rave reviews. Ayodele will perform "¡AYO!" as part of the Arts Alive series, presented by the College of Fine Arts.
7:30 p.m.
Orchestra musicians performing on stageUnder the direction of Douglas Droste, the Ball State Symphony Orchestra is one of the School of Music's flagship ensembles. Program to be announced. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
Jazz pianist performing on stageEnjoy a concert of standard jazz favorites and original compositions with the Ball State Jazz Ensembles under the direction of Mark Buselli, Freddie Mendoza, and Aron Callard. A jazz scholarship is also awarded at this annual concert in memory of School of Music alumnus Uttamlal “Tom” Shah. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
band musicians performingUnder the direction of Thomas Caneva and Caroline Hand, Ball State's top two concert bands present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
Opera singers performingThis gala event will feature opera students and voice faculty presenting several operatic favorites and lesser-known gems. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
10 a.m.
The School of Art and The Griner Gallery invites the public to the 87th Annual Student Art Exhibition, running from February 16 - March 3.
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is focused on a bus driving on a road that seems to be surrounded by green bushes and trees. There are mountains in the distance. The picture has a purple filter over it so everything has a tint of purple. The sky looks really purple.  The title "Violet" is edited on top of the image. Feb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
Male brass musicians performingThe Symphony Band is under the direction of Caroline Hand and the Campus Band is conducted by graduate and doctoral student conductors. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
2:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
2:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
3 p.m.
The Ball State Symphony Orchestra performing in Sursa Hall with chorusThis concert will feature standalone performances by several Ball State Choirs and the Ball State Symphony Orchestra ending with combined performance of Antonín Dvořák's Te Deum. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
two clarinetists performingUnder the direction of Thomas Caneva, the Wind Ensemble presents a preview concert of their invited performance at the American Bandmasters Association Convention. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
At the top of the poster is a person upside down. It's hard to tell what they look like but they are covered in a plethora of different purple, pink, and blue colors. The rest of the poster is made up of flowers covered in purple, pink, green, and blue colors. The title "Significant Other" is edited on top of the image.Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7 p.m.
Please join the School of Art for a presentation by Kelly Walters. From 7:00PM - 8:00PM, located in AJ225.
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
a percussionist performingThis concert will feature the Wind Symphony under the direction of Caroline Hand, as well as several selections from members of the Wind Ensemble that form the Chamber Winds. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
a male vocalist performingUnder the direction of Andrew Crow, Kerry Glann, and Mark Statler, the Ball State Choirs present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music from around the world and across the centuries. Program to be announced. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
2:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
The picture is at nighttime and the sky is filled with stars. The nightsky has different colors like purple, gray, black, and blue. A person is standing in the right bottom corner, pointing a flashlight up into the sky. The flashlight is a light blue color. The title "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" is spelled out in yellow letters.Mar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between April 5 through April 8. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 6.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between April 5 through April 8. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 6.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7 p.m.
Please join the School of Art for a presentation by Alicia Eggert. From 7:00PM - 8:00PM, located in AJ225.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between April 5 through April 8. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 6.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BA exhibitions between April 5 through April 8. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 6.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Ball State University Singers performingCelebrate 58 fabulous years of the University Singers with a gold-studded, toe-tapping, finger-snapping, and hand-clapping two-hour extravaganza. Bring the entire family - don't miss the fun! Tickets available through the Emens Auditorium Box Office starting August 16.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
Opera singers during a performanceThe Ball State Opera Theatre present their Spring main-stage production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale with full sets, costumes, and full orchestra. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
Ball State University Singers performingCelebrate 58 fabulous years of the University Singers with a gold-studded, toe-tapping, finger-snapping, and hand-clapping two-hour extravaganza. Bring the entire family - don't miss the fun! Tickets available through the Emens Auditorium Box Office starting August 16.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
2:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
3 p.m.
Opera singers during a performanceThe Ball State Opera Theatre present their Spring main-stage production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale with full sets, costumes, and full orchestra. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 12 through April 15. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 13.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 12 through April 15. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 13.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 12 through April 15. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 13.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 12 through April 15. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 13.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
In this picture it is daytime. On the right there is a tree and we can really only see its green leaves. To the left and in the middle of the picture there are cacti. It looks like the desert. The skeleton of some kind of animal can be seen. A telephone pole stands in the background. At the top is the title "Skin & Bones" in green letters. April 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 19 through April 22. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 20.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 19 through April 22. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 20.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7 p.m.
Please join the School of Art for a presentation by Alfred Conteh. From 7:00PM - 8:00PM, located in AJ225.
7:30 p.m.
a jazz trumpeter performingEnjoy a concert of standard jazz favorites and original compositions with the Ball State Jazz Ensembles under the direction of Mark Buselli, Freddie Mendoza, and Aron Callard. Program to be announced. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 19 through April 22. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 20.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 19 through April 22. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 20.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
a female vocalist performingUnder the direction of Andrew Crow and Kerry Glann, the Ball State Choirs present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music from around the world and across the centuries. Program to be announced. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 26 through April 29. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 27.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
Male brass musicians performingThe Symphony Band is under the direction of Caroline Hand and the Campus Band is conducted by graduate and doctoral student conductors. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 26 through April 29. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 27.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
The background is a light blue color. The yellow designs across the poster are shapes of wheels you'd find in the mechanism of a clock. Stamped on top of the designs is the title Coppelia, spelled in dark pink/purple letters. Underneath the title is a small mannequin covered in different colors; including the same dark pink/purple color. April 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 26 through April 29. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 27.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
The background is a light blue color. The yellow designs across the poster are shapes of wheels you'd find in the mechanism of a clock. Stamped on top of the designs is the title Coppelia, spelled in dark pink/purple letters. Underneath the title is a small mannequin covered in different colors; including the same dark pink/purple color. April 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
7:30 p.m.
The background is a light blue color. The yellow designs across the poster are shapes of wheels you'd find in the mechanism of a clock. Stamped on top of the designs is the title Coppelia, spelled in dark pink/purple letters. Underneath the title is a small mannequin covered in different colors; including the same dark pink/purple color. April 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
10 a.m.
students in the atrium art galleryThe School of Art invites the public to attend its series of rotating BFA exhibitions between April 26 through April 29. Graduating seniors will display artworks created as part of their senior capstone projects, representing a dynamic range of media, concepts, and styles. This is a great chance to see the exciting art being made by some of the School of Art's seniors!The public is invited. Reception is from 4 - 6 pm on Wednesday, April 27.All exhibitions will be in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery, just off the Atrium Food Court in the Arts & Journalism building.
7:30 p.m.
The background is a light blue color. The yellow designs across the poster are shapes of wheels you'd find in the mechanism of a clock. Stamped on top of the designs is the title Coppelia, spelled in dark pink/purple letters. Underneath the title is a small mannequin covered in different colors; including the same dark pink/purple color. April 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
7:30 p.m.
Woodwind musicians performingUnder the direction of Thomas Caneva and Caroline Hand, Ball State's top two concert bands present a series of concerts each year featuring a wide range of music. Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.
7:30 p.m.
The background is a light blue color. The yellow designs across the poster are shapes of wheels you'd find in the mechanism of a clock. Stamped on top of the designs is the title Coppelia, spelled in dark pink/purple letters. Underneath the title is a small mannequin covered in different colors; including the same dark pink/purple color. April 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
3 p.m.
The Ball State Symphony Orchestra performing in Sursa Hall with chorusThe Ball State Symphony Orchestra and Choirs will present Johannes Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem). Tickets are available for purchase in person or online through the College of Fine Arts Box Office. This concert will also be livestreamed.