Programming Events & Calendar
Our Roots, Our Legacy: World Arts Festival
The Black Traditions Concert was created five years ago to celebrate the music, art and works of African-American artists. We aim to enlighten the public and teach them about African-American history and culture through spoken word, monologues, sculptures, paintings, dance, music and all other mediums. For its sixth year we want to include and honor the other cultures that are represented here at the University of the Arts. Our goal is reach out to the student body and call them to bring their history to table and teach the public. Teach them about the meaning behind their cultures music, their dances and their art.
This interdisciplinary collaboration aims to represent the wide cultural diversity of our university and is open to all students.
This will be a three-day event starting February 21st through February 23rd of 2014 held in the Caplan Recital Hall on the 17th floor in Terra Hall.
Are you interested in being involved with this exciting event? If so, please submit a pre-screening form for a performance and or visual art submission. All are invited to fill out the pre-screening form for Our Roots, Our Legacy: World Cultures Festival. To fill it out, visit: Pre- Screening Form.
These forms are due by November 22, 2013
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November - First Friday
Between Front and Third, and Market and Vine Streets - 5pm to 9pm
For more information check out http://www.visitphilly.com/events/philadelphia/first-friday/
Wednesday, December 4 - 10am to 3pm
Washington Square West Civic Assocation - Annual Clean Up Day
Saturday, December 7th
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Finals Week Stress Relief - Massage Chairs
Wednesday, December 11th - 11:30am to 1pm
Wednesday Nights @ 12th Street Gym - 9pm to 11pm
Sunday Afternoons @ 12th Street Gym - 3pm to 5pm