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Postings for March 06, 2018 Full Month View
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  7:00PM 12:00PM Prairie Moderns: The Artwork of Don Holladay   The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma's newest art exhibit, "Prairie Moderns: The Artwork of Don Holladay," will open in the Nesbitt Gallery on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. A reception will be held in the gallery and is free and open to the public. Holladay focuses on figurative and non-objective images that convey isolation. His studio includes an etching press and many of his pieces originate from the printmaking process, which he sees as lending itself to solitary figures and uncluttered images. Holladay's works have appeared in solo and juried shows across the state, including MainSite Contemporary Gallery, Norman Depot, Norman Firehouse Art Center, The Goddard Center, Paseo Originals, Leslie Powell Gallery, IAO, USAO's Nesbitt Gallery, the University of Oklahoma's Lightwell Gallery among others. He serves as the Board Chairman of the Oklahoma Arts Institute Foundation and was named to the USAO Foundation's Board of Trustees last summer.
  7:00PM 8:30PM Meet the Candidates: Drew Edmondson   USAO's Meet the Candidates series, sponsored by the Nita R. Giles Public Policy Program, continues on March 6 with Democrat and former Oklahoma attorney general, Drew Edmondson. Edmondson will give a short presentation of his platform followed by a Q&A session with the audience. The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.
  7:30PM 8:30PM Dr. Stephen Weber Composition Concert   Dr. Stephen Weber, chair of the Division of Arts and Humanities and professor of music at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, will perform a concert of his own compositions on March 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Annex on the USAO campus. The performance is free and open to the public. The concert will feature several compositions for voice, piano, woodwinds, percussion and guitar, as well as two short films, created in collaboration with USAO videographer David Duncan, for which Weber wrote the soundtracks.