TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH THE ARTS!
January 28, 2014

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Call for Submissions!

14TH ANNUAL CUP SHOW
March 13-April 5

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Performing Arts
Box Office
3 ways to order your tickets for theatre, dance, music, and special events!

Call:
330-672-ARTS (2787)

In Person:
Roe Green Center Lobby
Center for the Performing Arts
1325 Theatre Drive
Noon- 5 p.m.,
Mon.-Fri.

Online, by TIX:
Theatre Events
Music Events
Dance Events

Note: Only adult and senior tickets available online.
Students must call or visit the box office.

E-mail:
pabo@kent.edu

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Kent State University Museum
ARTHUR KOBY JEWELRY:
THE CREATIVE EYE
Oct. 25, 2013-Oct. 5, 2014
Alumni Gallery
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SHIFTING PARADIGMS:
FASHION+TECHNOLOGY

through Aug. 31, 2014
Broadbent Gallery
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PRETTY PLEATS
through March 16, 2014
Stager and Blum Galleries
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RAIMENT FOR LITURGY

through Feb., 2014
Higbee Gallery
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GLASS

through June 28, 2015
Tarter/Miller Gallery
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FASHION TIMELINE

Ongoing
Palmer and Mull Galleries
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515 Hilltop Drive
Corner E. Main & S. Lincoln
330-672-3450
kent.edu/museum

Hours:
Wed./Fri./Sat., 10-4:45
Thurs., 10-8:45
Sun., Noon-4:45

Admission:
General, $5
Senior Citizens (55+), $4
Students/children (7-18), $3
Students, staff, and faculty with KSU ID, Free
Any Sunday admission, Free
Annual pass (includes 4 free guest passes per year), $25
Save the Date!
KSU ORCHESTRA CONCERTO COMPETITION CONCERT
Feb. 16, 3:30 p.m.
University Auditorium in
  Cartwright Hall

The Kent State Orchestra will feature competition winners.
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Death of Kirk Mangus Saddens Kent
Community

The School of Art mourns the loss of Professor Kirk Mangus, head of the ceramics program at Kent State University who died on Nov. 24 of an aneurysm.

Mangus had served as head of ceramics at Kent State since 1985. He also taught at Alfred University Summer School, the Cleveland Institute of Art, the Cranbrook Academy of Art, the University of Georgia’s Cortona (Italy) program, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Appalachian Center for Craft, Penland School of Crafts, Peters Valley Craft Center and numerous other institutions. He was a lecturer, visiting artist and resident artist in China, Japan, Korea, France, Italy, Finland, Lithuania, Canada and throughout the United States.

Mangus was a prolific artist whose ceramics and drawings have been exhibited and collected worldwide for over 35 years. He was the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts grants, four Ohio Arts Council fellowships, a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts fellowship, and a McKnight fellowship residency at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis.

He is survived by his wife, Eva Kwong, a part-time faculty member in ceramics at Kent State, as well as his son Jasper and daughter Una.

In December, Anderson Turner, Director of Galleries and close friend to Kirk, coordinated a memorial service celebrating Kirk Mangus's life in the School of Art Gallery. Several hundred friends, colleagues and co-workers attended and shared poems, artwork and memories. The Gallery walls were covered in correspondence, artwork, letters of sympathy sent from alumni and friends from all over the world.

Music Student Hired by Akron Symphony

Kent State University senior music performance major Yang Zeng has been offered a contract to be part of the first violin section of the Akron Symphony. Zeng, originally from Kunming, Yunnan, China, has been a student at Kent State’s Hugh A. Glauser School of Music since 2010. He started studying music at age six.

An only child, due to China’s one-child rule, Zeng was entered into the Shanghai Conservatory of Music to pursue elementary secondary and music studies, taking him far from his parents at the young age of 10. For 11 years, Zeng lived with his grandparents while studying at the conservatory. 
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Amazing Works by Art Faculty

The School of Art Gallery presents the Faculty Biennial Show which features an amazing array of art by School of Art faculty members, through January 31.   View works by textiles professor Janice Lessman-Moss, jewelry and metals professor Kathleen Browne, professor of painting Martin Ball, and glass artist and professor Sean Mercer.  

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Akron Artist's Work Featured in Downtown Gallery

Akron-based artist Brian Babb is featured in a solo exhibition at the Kent State University School of Art’s Downtown Gallery through Feb. 22.

Babb’s show, dubbed “Rendered: Portraits and Processes,” will run from Tuesday, Jan. 21, to Saturday, Feb. 22. The gallery is located at 141 E. Main Street.

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Kent Keyboard Series

Kent Keyboard Series features Steinway Artist Jerry Wong on Sunday, Feb. 2 at 5 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. In addition to a solo performance of Dubussy and Liszt, Jerry will be joined by friend and School of Theatre and Dance professor Eric van Baars to bring to life Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf. Tickets are still available.  Read More>>

Vanguard Guest Artist Series Presents Holly Roadfeldt

Pianist Holly Roadfeldt, an expert performer of contemporary music, will perform on Monday, Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. in Ludwig Recital Hall. The exquisite program will include first volume of George Crumb’s Makrokosmos, Kala Pierson’s Radiate, Christopher Cresswell’s Nocturne #1, Kirk O’Riordan’s Lacrimosa and the world premier of Anthony Donofrio’s Piano Sonata.  Tickets are still available.  Read More>>
Popular Musical Hits E. Turner Stump Stage

Omigod, you guys! The School of Theatre and Dance's much-anticipatedproduction of the musical "Legally Blonde" comes to E. Turner Stump stage Feb. 21-March 2. Don't miss Elle Woods and her cute little doggy, Bruiser, along with the rest of the gang (including the UPS man!)

Tickets are now available>>

College of the Arts Dean's Office / 330-672-2760 / 204 Taylor Hall / 300 Midway Drive
  School of Art / 330-672-2192 / Art Building / 400 Janik Drive
School of Fashion Design and Merchandising / 330-672-3010 / 226 Rockwell Hall / 515 Hilltop Drive
  Hugh A. Glauser School of Music / 330-672-2172 / Center for the Performing Arts / 1325 Theatre Drive
School of Theatre and Dance / 330-672-2082 / Center for the Performing Arts/ 1325 Theatre Drive
  Kent State University Museum / 330-672-3450 / Rockwell Hall / 515 Hilltop Drive
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