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  1. DPA student Zachary Mills presents music for solo fiddle and foot percussion.

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  1. Cast of the DPA production The Government Inspector present a preview of their show.

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  2. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  3. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  4. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  5. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  6. Music library staff and friends present songs from Beck's Song Reader, an album released only in sheet music.

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  7. An exclusive preview of five new exhibitions awaits museum members, followed by a gallery talk surrounding the work of Mexican-American artist Eduardo Carrillo (1937-1997). Phillip Brookman, Consulting Curator of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art and Kristina P. Gilmore, Associate Curator, Crocker Art Museum will lead a conversation around Carrillo’s works that border on mystical …more

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  8. Printmaking Legacy Project’s™ first national print exhibition, Forward Press: 21st Century Printmaking features ten innovative print artists from across the country who employ the finest examples of hand printed and digital techniques. They explore themes of culture, identity, religion, environment, memory, and art history. Some work in traditional forms, like lithography, intaglio, …more

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  9. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Kenneth Victor Young (1933-2017) moved to Washington, DC in 1964 where he began to paint abstract forms with washed acrylics on unprimed canvas. Young’s artistic philosophy was to bring order out of chaos. His studies in physics and the natural sciences at Indiana University informed a different imagery—a fusion of brilliant colors. Young's knowledge of form and …more

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  10. Peripheral Visions focuses on the community as well as individuality formed in the first year of the Studio Art MFA Program, showing a group of very different artists working and learning how to grow together. The word peripheral becomes the crux in understanding the show as a collective vision, while also highlighting the distance and boundaries that exist between each individual’s studio …more

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