ARTS COLLABORATIVE
Arts Across the Curriculum

Recognizing the importance of the arts in the academic and cultural life of the institution, the Arts Collaborative supports artistic events and activities for the St. Lawrence community and helps integrate arts programs
into courses and co-curricular activities.

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Would you like to submit a proposal?
View our call for proposals for Fall 2013.
Please be sure to submit a completed proposal form.
Helpful information to use as you build your proposal:
budget building spreadsheet (Excel file) and technical logistic information sheet.


Upcoming Events ~ Spring 2013

Songs on the Wind (Kaze no Uta) Concert
Traditional Shakuhachi and Koto Music Past and Present
Bruce Huebner, shakuhachi player and Masayo Ishigure, koto player
Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00pm in Eben Holden

This event is co-sponsored by the Hovey/Brown Endowment for the Arts
Other contributors: Philosophy, History, Music, Religious Studies and CIIS.

bruce

masayo

Past Events ~ Spring 2013

A WEEK OF IMPROVISATION, PERFORMANCE and DIALOGUE
on the theme of remembering

From February 18-26th, at the tail end of African-American history month, international artists, Julia Metzger-Traber and Davide De Lillis, will facilitate a week of performative events around St. Lawrence campus on the act of remembering.  These Berlin-based performance artists will be teaching, performing, questioning and listening with the Canton community.  Their week-long intervention will include:

‘risking permeability’
Tuesday, 2/19 and 2/20 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
William Randolph Hearst Studio, Noble Center 109

 
Performances of ‘clumsy praying fist’, their original work
RESCHEDULED!
Monday, 2/25 and Tuesday, 2/26 at 7:00pm
Edson R. Miles Black Box Theater
Followed by a talk back with the artists. Refreshments provided.

‘the mnemonic feast’
Monday, 2/18 and Sunday, 2/24 at 6:00pm
Parkview (above The Blackbird)

Click here for full events details and RSVP instructions for 'the mnemonic feast'.

davide
Photo: Roger Rossell
julia
Photo: Roger Rossell
Past Events ~ Fall 2012

Urban/Rural Preservation Days ~ September 9 - September 11, 2012

Field Trip: Great Camp Santanoni – Newcomb Lake, Adirondacks
Sunday, September 9, 2012

Photo Exhibition Opening: Living In Harmony With the Past - Authentic Interiors of Banská Štiavnica (Slovakia)
Monday, September 10, 2012 at 7 p.m.
The Richard F. Brush Gallery
The opening of the exhibition will be followed by a reception.

Workshop: Historic Building and Preservation Crafts Student Center
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Outside if weather permits between the student center and Dana Hall; inside in case of rain

Keynote Address and Expert Panel Discussion: Historical Preservation: Why Should We Care?
Tuesday, September 11, 2012 – 7 p.m.
Winston Room – Student Center

preservation days

Eleanor O'Brien Residency
Wednesday, October 3 – Friday, October 5, 2012


Creating a Solo Show Workshop
Thursday, October 4th
4:00pm – 6:00pm
Noble Center 109

Good Girls Guide: Dominatrix for Dummies

Friday, October 5th
8:00pm
Edson R. Miles Black Box Theatre
Solo show starring Eleanor O'Brien

eleanor obrien
Dance Nake Productions

Middle Eastern Dance & Drum Residency
Nikolai Ruskin and Aegela ~ October 30 - November 2, 2012

Public Performance
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
5:30pm and 6:00pm
Dana Dining Hall

Public Workshop: Intro to Middle Eastern Drumming with Nikolai Ruskin
Thursday, November 1, 2012
12:00pm
Winston Room
Bring a drum if you own one.

Public Lecture: Working Western in an Arab World
Thursday, November 1, 2012
4:30pm
Griffiths 123

Public Workshop: Intro to Belly Dance with Aegela
Friday, November 2, 2012
12:00pm
Noble Center 107
Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Both men and women welcome.

Public lecture/demonstration and hafla with guest performers
Friday, November 2nd
6:00pm
Noble Center 109

nikolai
aegela

Spring 2012 Events
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For more information please contact Karin Blackburn (315-229-5998).