August 25 – August 28, 2016
“ART”, is a theatrical production will be performed by the Reading Community Players in the gallery beginning August 26 through Sunday, August 28. Evening performances on Friday Aug. 26 and Saturday Aug. 27 are scheduled for 7 p.m., with a matinee on Sunday afternoon Aug.28 at 3 p.m. .The play has been called “…one of the most craftily titled plays in the contemporary theater” in the New York Times. Written by Yasmina Reza, the play centers around a very expensive painting, all white, purchased by a man and under critical scrutiny by his friends. “Art,'' by design, is not so much about art as it is about friendship, and though it has been insistently labeled as a comedy, the playwright has called it a tragedy as well. This event is free for students with ID, $10.00 for adults.
September 8 – October 18
opening reception Thursday Sept. 8, from 6 – 8 pm
Exhibition of paintings by Ann Elizabeth Schlegel
Ms.Schlegel has received the distinction of 'Invitée d'Honneur' and 'Artiste d'Honneur' of Antibes, France. She has been awarded 'Aritste en Residence' five times and has been given the opportunity to live in the beautiful Villa Fontaine situated in the bucolic section of Safranier, Antibes, France She is the recipient of the Arts Ovation Award for outstanding achievement in the visual arts with special recognition by the Pennsylvania State Senate and the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Her poster created for Musikfest’s 20th Anniversary received the Gold Addy Award.
Oct. 27 – Dec. 8, 2016
opening reception Thursday Oct. 27, from 6 – 8 pm
Stirring the Fire – a photographic journey by Phil Borges.
The exhibition, Stirring the Fire is a global movement towards gender equality, a call to action and a celebration of the women and girls — mostly in developing countries — who have broken through barriers of tradition and oppression to become catalysts for change in their communities. Their stories shed light on specific gender issues worldwide while revealing practical pathways for women and girls to achieve gender equality. Throughout the exhibition will be accompanied by opportunities for involvement with CARE, an international humanitarian organization, discussion and video. When viewing the exhibition and multimedia documentaries you will learn about the issues facing woman and girls worldwide. The stories of remarkable women reveal the practical pathways that helped them achieve social and economic justice
Nov. 1– 2, 2016
Special Event – back by popular demand! – Celebration of the Day of the Dead or Días de los Muertos.
Dr. Cesar Martinez-Garza, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, native of Mexico City, will present a visual talk about Días de los Muertos, and its cultural and spiritual significance. Event will be held beginning at 7 pm in the multi-purpose room in the Pekins Student Center. Mexican refreshments will be served.
10 am - 5 pm
10 am - 8 pm
10 am - 5 pm
Saturday and Sunday:
12 pm - 4 pm
Marilyn Fox (firstname.lastname@example.org)