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  1. Please note weekly hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00-4:00

    The four artists in Brink and Boundary transform the unconventional and underutilized spaces in the Katzen Art Center and AU Museum into sites of surprising and inventive installations.

    Image: Halsey Burgund, Hotel Dreamy

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  2. Please note weekly hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00-4:00

    Double Mirror is a mixed media exhibition of 30 Korean-American artists on view at the American University Museum April 1 though June 1. These unique artists convey the cultural complexity and richness of serving two countries, Korea and America.

    Image: Jun Ahn, Self-Portrait

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  3. Please note weekly hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00-4:00

    In Residence: The Neighbors, co-curated by AU professors Zoe Charlton and Tim Doud, illustrates a cross section of nineteen talented and diverse teaching artists from thirteen universities and colleges in the area. This exhibition is the third and final installment of a three part colloquium series highlighting the reciprocity between the …more

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  4. Please note weekly hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00-4:00

    Sculptures by the self-taught, Washington, D.C. artist BK ADAMS . I AM ART are on view in the outdoor sculpture garden April 1 - August 17

    Image: BK Adams . I AM ART, In Process.

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  5. Museum members are invited to a sneak peak of the late spring exhibition with director Jack Rasmussen and a panel discussion on the impact of poetry on the creation of art and of art on the creation of poetry. Panelists include Michael Duncan, curator of "An Opening of the Field," Linda Voris, AU Department of Literature professor and artist and Split this Rock member, Judy Byron.

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  6. Cara Gabriel, director
    Tickets: $15 regular admission, $10 AU community and seniors
    This project is the product of the Senior Capstone course, which is the culmination and synthesis of study by our theatre and musical theatre majors. Each evening features six new 10-minute one-act plays and seven new songs that are produced, written, composed, performed, directed, and designed by our graduating …more

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  7. Tickets: $15 regular admission, $10 AU community and seniors

    Daniel Abraham and Yaniv Dinur, conductors
    Allison Mondel, soprano
    Carley DeFranco, soprano
    Ole Haas, tenor
    John Gauthier, bass

    Unfinished Business:
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Mass in C Minor, K. 427
    Schubert: Symphony No. 8, "Unfinished"

    Left in a fragmented state, Mozart's masterful Mass in C Minor stands as the most ambitious …more

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