20-year-old Daniel experiences a spiritual transformation while incarcerated in a youth detention center. On work-release to a remote village and with one quick lie, he is mistaken for the town’s new priest.
Misty Gamble’s life-size fragmented figurative, ceramic sculptures and installations focus attention on issues surrounding femininity and challenge conventional standards of morality, normalcy, and propriety.
This show is a compilation of Piaf’s memorable songs, such as “Padam…Padam,” “Hymne a l’Amour” and “Non, Je ne Regrette Rien,” arranged to reflect Piaf’s life, from street performer to international star.
Filmed over three years, Honeyland features the story of a daughter and her mother who are the last female wild beekeepers living in Macedonia with a new nomadic family next door who threaten their livelihood.
In addition to holding advanced degrees in their fields, faculty members of the Music Department at College of DuPage are active performers in the Chicagoland area and internationally. Join us as they share their immense talent.
Erin Wiersma’s artistic practice focuses on the body’s capacity to absorb and respond to an environment. Terry Conrad is interested in the community aspects of printmaking and the trace materials found within the landscape. Sabraw works with environmental engineer and Ohio University Professor Guy Riefler to remediate streams polluted by abandoned coal mine seepage, in southeastern Ohio.
This ensemble, under the direction of Matt Shevitz, performs dances and concert programs during the academic year as well as numerous off-campus performances. Its repertoire spans more than a century of large jazz ensemble compositions, including original work from members of the ensemble.
The Jazz/Pop Combos are designed to address the fundamental concepts of jazz performance. Includes reading a jazz lead sheet, improvising over various forms common in jazz, and constructing small-group arrangements.
The ensemble performs both traditional literature for small orchestra/chamber music from the 1600s through the 21st century as well as less traditional chamber orchestra styles such as jazz, contemporary classical, theater and film music.
This talk will examine and contextualize specific works by Kahlo in order to illuminate the relevance of her work to contemporary issues of subjectivity, performativity and self-representation, suggesting a reading of the Frida Kahlo: Timeless exhibition through this lens.
June 5, 2021 - September 6, 2021 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Cleve Carney Museum of Art and McAninch Arts Center will be presenting the award winning Tres Fridas Project in the newly appointed lobby exhibition space. The Tres Frida’s project was created by Reveca Torres and Mariam Pare, two artists paralyzed by a spinal cord injury.
October 2, 2021 - January 31, 2022 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
“Jesus of Western Avenue” will feature more than 30 recent works by world-renowned multimedia artist and celebrated Chicago resident Tony Fitzpatrick at the Cleve Carney Museum of Art in the fall of 2020.