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[Arts and Events Calendar]

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Texas Style Evening
Rio Cibolo Ranch, 6-10 pm
Alumni, parents and friends in the San Antonio area, sign up for this alumni event featuring a hay ride, line dancing, a Southwestern style barbecue with all the fixings and more! Cost is $10. Please RSVP, 1-800-ALUM-PLU.
18
WED
"Dag Hammarskjoeld: The Man and his Work"
Audun Toven, Languages and Literature
Noon, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Call 535-7314, free.
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2
WED
Regency Concert Series
Camas Wind Quintet
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
7
TUES
Faculty Recital
Marta Kirk, violin
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
10
FRI
Nidaros Cathedral Boys Choir
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
Tickets are $10; call 253-759-5081.
17
FRI
Choral Union and Northwest Sinfonietta
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
Tickets are $15 general, $12 students/seniors; no passes.

"Open Sesame: The Sealed Adoption Records in Historical Perspective"
E. Wayne Carp, History
2:30 pm, Admin. 202, call 535-8307 or 535-7399, free.

18
SAT
American Horn Quartet
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
Tickets are $12 general, $8 students/seniors.
No passes. Tickets available at door only.

PLC/PLU Women of the '30s, '40s and '50s Luncheon
Join us for fun and fellowship at the annual PLC/PLU Women of the '30s, '40s and '50s Luncheon at PLU. If you have not received an invitation by April 1 and would like to attend, please call Alumni and Parent Relations at 253-535-7415 or 800-ALUM-PLU.

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18
"Dance Travels" - PLU Dance Ensemble
8 pm, Eastvold Auditorium
Take a trip through the emotional geography of movement and enjoy this exhilarating student dance concert. An alumni reception follows the event. Call 253-535-7762.
19
SUN
Violin Kaleidoscope
3 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center, Free.
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22
Choir of the West and Choral Arts Northwest
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
Tickets are $12 general, $6 students/seniors, no passes.
23
THURS
"Sexuality and Ethnic Formation: Chola Resistance to Sexual Exploitation, 1870-1930"
Gina Hames, History
4 pm, University Center, Room 210
Call 535-7227, free.

Regency Concert Series: Regency String Quartet
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center

24
FRI
University Jazz Ensembles
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
25
SAT
Norwegian Heritage Festival
11 am-3 pm, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Call 253-862-2990.
28
TUES
University Chorale Tour Homecoming Concert
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
29
WED
Faculty Recital
Ned Charles Kirk, piano
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
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University Theatre
"Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens"
Eastvold Auditorium
William Becvar directs a cast of 36 who eloquently speak from the grave, and who are all in some manner, victims of AIDS. Not recommended for anyone under 18. Tickets are $7 general, $4 seniors and with PLU ID. Call 253-535-7762.
5
TUES
University Concert Band and University Men's Chorus
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
6
WED
University Singers Tour Homecoming Concert
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
7
THUR
Regency Concert Series: Season Finale
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
8
FRI
"Developing an Urban Mentality: Commerce, Reciprocity and Honor in Chola Neighborhoods, 1880-1930"
Gina Hames, History
2:30 pm, Admin. 202
Call 535-8307, free.

Park Avenue Vocal Jazz
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center

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Natural Sciences Academic Festival
Rieke Science Center
Call 535-7535, free.
9
SAT
LollaPLUza
Noon. Call 535-7482, free

Early and Baroque Music
3 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center

10
SUN
Children's Concert and Ice Cream Social
University Wind Ensemble
3 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center, free.

Masterpiece Series: Concert IV
University Symphony Orchestra
8 pm, Mary Baker Russell Music Center

J U N E
17
WED
Strawberry Festival
Show Brazil (Afro-Brazilian Rhythms)
Red Square, call 253-535-7129.


Art Exhibits

Scandinavian Cultural Center
Traditional Scandinavian Folk-Wear Exhibit
April 1 - June 30
Display of Scandinavian costumes representing all five Nordic countries.

University Gallery
Malgorzata Zurakowska Exhibit
April 6-May 1
Mezzotint artwork, a intaglio print-making process characterized by velvety inking and fine-grained textures.
Presentation/Reception, 5 pm, April 6

Spring Art Graduates Exhibit
May 11-24

Wekell Gallery
Space, Time and Infinity
April 20 - 30
Students from the Design 196 class present a mixed-media installation piece interpreting a collection of choral works.
Post concert reception on April 22 at the University and Wekell Galleries

University Theatre

"Dance Travels" - PLU Dance Ensemble
8 pm, April 17-18, Eastvold Auditorium
Take a trip through the emotional geography of movement and enjoy this exhilarating student dance concert. Call 253-535-7762.

"Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens"
April 30, student preview
May 1-2, 8-9 at 8 pm
May 10 at 2 pm in Eastvold Auditorium
William Becvar directs a cast of 36 who eloquently speak from the grave, and who are all in some manner, victims of AIDS. A tapestry of regret, defiance, apology, anger, love and ultimate courage. The performance is enhanced by perceptive music and song. Strong language and situation. Not recommended for anyone under 18. Call 253-535-7762.


The Scandinavian Cultural Center is located on the first floor of the University Center. Regular hours are Sun. 1-4 pm and Tue., Wed. 11 am-3 pm. Admission is free. Call 253-535-7532.

The University and Wekell Galleries are located in Ingram Hall. Regular hours are Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am-4:30 pm. Admission is free. Call 253-535-7386 for information.

All University Theatre performances are in Eastvold Auditorium. Tickets are $7 general, $4 seniors, PLU faculty, staff, students. Call 253-535-7762.

Concerts are subject to change. For up-to-date concert information, call the 24-hour concert line, 253-535-7621, or the PLU music office during regular business hours, 253-535-7602. Ticket prices (unless otherwise noted) are $8 general, $5 students/seniors, $3 alumni, and free for 18 and under. Season passes are available.

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