"Reading Appalachia: Voices from Children’s Literature" opened this week at Sewanee's Jessie Ball duPont Library. This groundbreaking exhibition of Appalachian children’s literature explores books published since the late 1800s.
Theatre/Sewanee will present William Shakespeare’s comedy, ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, Wednesday thru Saturday, February 25-28 at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday matinee, March 1 at 2 p.m. Admission is free but reservations are suggested by
James Carlson, a composer and professor of music at the University of the South in Sewanee, TN, is currently working on a project that combines a concert work with music, theater, dance and visual media to tell the poignant story of Jewish Holocaust survivor Tom Lenda. It's called "Carrying the Remains: A Boy's Promise to the Children of Terezin."
The University Art Gallery presents Beyond Classification, Jan. 13-April 11, 2015. It is a group exhibition of contemporary photography and video by women artists from Egypt, curated by Dr. Nagla Samir, of the American University in Cairo, in collaboration with Greg Pond, professor of Art and Art History at the University of the South.
Sewanee’s University Art Gallery presents Beyond Classification, a group exhibition of contemporary photography and video by women artists from Egypt. The exhibition will be on view from January 13 through April 12, 2015. The University Art Gallery will host a conversation about the work between Dr. Nagla Samir, who curated the exhibition, and Dr. Ramesh Srinivasan, associate professor of Design-Media Arts and Information Studies at UCLA, on January 23.