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Now in its tenth year, the Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium (EALS) is a day-long event kicking off Arts Advocacy Day. This year's theme is Focus Forward, a call to action to use our collective strength to not only envision the future of the arts, but to make this future possible. The symposium will be a day of conversation, reflection, education, and networking.
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Internationally acclaimed concert pianist Yuliya Gorenman performs masterpieces of Russian composers.
Tickets: $10–25

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Foregrounding the Background: Dutch and Flemish Images of Household Servants
Diane Wolfthal, the David and Caroline Minter Chair in the Humanities and a professor of art history at Rice University, presents a lecture on images of servants in Netherlandish art, challenging previous interpretations of such images to better understand the rich and complex web of attitudes towards servitude that …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Art Department

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The AU Chamber Singers present a mixed program spanning delightful Renaissance European and Polish works; intriguing and intense contemporary American, Polish, and central European choral literature; and an array of uplifting American spirituals, traditional, and gospel arrangements. This program is a preview of their international concert tour to Poland in May.
Tickets: $5–10

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Host: Performing Arts

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The AU Chamber Singers present a mixed program spanning delightful Renaissance European and Polish works; intriguing and intense contemporary American, Polish, and central European choral literature; and an array of uplifting American spirituals, traditional, and gospel arrangements. This program is a preview of their international concert tour to Poland in May.
Tickets: $5–10

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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