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Regency Voices feature two compositional perspectives of ‘The Prodigal Son’

On Friday, March 6, at 8pm, PLU’s Regency Voices presents two musical realizations from Debussy and Sullivan of the iconic story of the Prodigal Son as part of the 2015 SOAC Focus series on perspective. Featuring Janeanne Houston, soprano James Brown, tenor, Charles Robert Stephens, baritone, Sheila Bristow,piano, Paul Tegels, organ, and Choir of the West directed by Richard Nance.

Flowers, Butter, & Tea: Gallery exhibition at PLU explores both form and function

Flowers, Butter and Tea an exhibition by Seattle ceramics artist Deborah Schwarzkopf opens Wednesday, March 11 in the University Gallery at Pacific Lutheran University. The official opening & artist reception will happen a week later on Wednesday March 18, with a reception at 5pm and artist lecture at 6pm. Utilitarian items such as vases, butter dishes and teapots will be on display.

Steel Magnolias opens March 5

With a stream of hairspray PLU will enter the 80’s for the spring’s production of Steel Magnolias. The production runs for two weekends in the Karen Hille Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Studio Theater, March 5, 6, 7, 13 and 14 at 7:30pm and March 15 at 2pm.

Did you know intellectuals are lousy at talking about their work?

Dr. Amy Young, professor of communication, explains at this year’s TEDxTacoma on Saturday, March 21 at 3pm.

2015 Scholarship Weekend

During the weekend of Friday, February 20 – Sunday, February 22, the School of Arts and Communication welcomed hundreds of students to campus to vie for Artistic Achievement Awards.