Music, theater, films and extra are on the March arts record

Music, theater, films and extra are on the March arts record

March into spring with an array of occasions positive to encourage and converse to your inside artist.

Be taught concerning the historical past, symbolism and course of of making pysanka, probably the most recognizable people artwork types for celebrating Easter in Ukraine. Or absorb one of many many applications within the music and dance departments on the Faculty of Music and Dance that can showcase their end-of-term live shows and performances.

And don’t miss the annual DisOrient movie competition, which can function an exceptional lineup of in-person and digital Asian American-, Native Hawaiian- and Pacific Islander-themed documentaries, function movies and shorts. Remember to take a look at the UO Russian, East European and Eurasian Research Theater’s science-fiction centered play “Mission Ten.”


Music, theater, films and extra are on the March arts record

At Beall Live performance Corridor, famend performer and trainer of the organ and harpsichord Carole Terry will carry out March 2 because the 2022-23 John D. Hamilton Visiting Visitor Artist. And acknowledged all through the Northwest for its interpretation and efficiency of all kinds of jazz types, the UO Jazz Ensemble will carry out March 3. Don’t miss the UO Symphony Orchestra’s winter live performance March 9, the UO Wind Ensemble’s winter live performance led by conductor Dennis Llinas on March 10, and a full of life and inspirational efficiency on March 11 by the UO Gospel choir. Get pleasure from a recital by the Clarinet Studio on March 16 and Chamber Music on Campus on March 17.

Rounding out the roster at Beall shall be a live performance by the UO Chamber Choir and College Singers on March 18, a particular efficiency by acclaimed Irish pianist Barry Douglas on March 19, and catch works ready for winter time period by the Bassoon Studio later that night.

At Aasen-Hull Corridor on March 3, the Elsewhere Ensemble with Kenneth Overton will current “Invocation” for soprano, baritone and string trio. An unique music expertise, the live performance is a meditation on each spiritual and secular prayers centering on themes of peace, violence and religion.

On March 8 on the Frohnmayer Music Constructing, Horn Studio takes the stage for a recital presenting its winter time period work; music expertise college students with Future Music Oregon will carry out a live performance March 11 and Jazz Combos will carry out March 17.

On March 11 on the annual Musicking convention, don’t miss “The Results of Warfare on Musicking: The Music of Heinrich Schütz and his Contemporaries” on the Central Lutheran Church in Eugene.


In collaboration with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Museum of Pure and Cultural Historical past and the Oregon Folklife Community will spotlight the creative expertise of two conventional Ukrainian artists this spring. On March 5, Kristine Mushkevych will show the egg-decorating artwork of pysanka.

Pysanka egg

Be taught concerning the historical past, symbolism and course of of making pysanka, probably the most recognizable Ukrainian people artwork types of celebrating Easter in Ukraine.

On April 8, Tetiana Bondarchuk-Horner will showcase woven and embroidered ornamental garments, a component of a conventional Ukrainian house. For individuals who wish to additional discover Ukrainian tradition, go to “Amplifying Ukrainian Voices,” a Tiny Galleries exhibition on the Knight Library curated by Iryna Stavynska. The exhibit showcases work and tales of Ukrainian people artists in Oregon and Ukraine’s wealthy heritage, with a give attention to the power and braveness of Ukrainians of their present combat towards Russia.

Creating visible illusions by way of colours, grids, shapes, patterns and textures, summary artist Caroline Graham (Carl Does Artwork) shall be available March 9 for “Illusive Illusions” on the Erb Memorial Union’s Aperture Gallery.


On March 9 at Dougherty Dance Theatre, come out and luxuriate in a dance efficiency by scholar dancers from the UO Division of Dance who’ve been honing their craft winter time period.


Directed by Stanley Coleman, co-founder of Minority Voices Theatre, College Theatre opens “The Better of Enemies,” a real story concerning the relationship between Ann Atwater, a Black civil rights activist, and KKK Grand Cyclops C.P. Ellis, who cast an unlikely bond through the desegregation of Durham, North Carolina, colleges in 1971. Exhibits shall be March 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. and March 12 at 2 p.m.

On March 11 UO Russian, East European and Eurasian Research Theater in collaboration with The Division of Theatre Arts and UO Housing will current “Mission Ten.” After the Tenth Worldwide House Mission, astronauts lose contact with the mission facilities on Earth and make an emergency touchdown. They uncover the world as they realize it has disappeared. The present is free and open to the general public.


On March 1 the Division of Cinema Research and UO Presents Movie Membership will display the 1984 film “Amadeus,” concerning the life, success and woes of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

On March 9 Geese After Darkish presents “Marcel the Shell with Sneakers On,” a brief movie a couple of shell who is among the solely residents left on the town after their neighbor’s sudden, mysterious disappearance. Free entry for UO group members with a legitimate UO ID.

Scene from the Filipino film  'Searching for Kapwa'

Don’t miss “DisOrient 2023: We Technology,” the 18th annual movie competition dedicated to Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander voices and tales. This yr’s lineup of each in-person and vitual screenings embrace comedy, drama, feature-length and quick movies, and every part in between — from “Lunchbox,” “No No Woman” and “Looking for Kapwa” to “12 months of the Rat” and “Namba: A Japanese American’s Incarceration and Lifetime of Resilience.”


Be a part of artist Olga Volchkova for “My Adventures within the Artwork of Nature” within the Knight Library Searching Room on March 1.

On March 2 Salvador Jiménez-Flores, an interdisciplinary artist from Mexico, will current “Nepantla” as a part of the Visiting Artist Lecture Sequence. Using ceramics, prints and blended media sculpture, Jiménez-Flores’ work addresses problems with colonization, migration and “the opposite.” Artist Alex Da Corte, who attracts inspiration for his movies, installations, work and sculpture from the nuances of latest life, will current “Enjoyable World” March 9.

'Worth Your Salt' exhibit

On March 5, Artist Malia Jensen will talk about her work “Price Your Salt (Nearer Nature Challenge),” presently on view within the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Artwork’s Widespread Seeing exhibition, “Our Shared Breath: Creativity and Group.” Jensen will share chosen pictures and former work and talk about artworks as shapeshifting containers for a multiplicity of tales and narratives.

Streaming assets

UO Libraries Assets, in partnership with the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Middle, presents an unlimited catalog of streaming music, sound recordings and video collections on-line.

Discover the UO Channel for a wide range of livestreamed occasions, Division of Artwork Visiting Artist Lecture Sequence movies, visitor audio system and extra.

—By Sharleen Nelson, College Communications

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