Upcoming Arts Events

Senior Art Exhibit, March 15 – April 19

This year’s Senior Art Exhibit features works by Nick Bozard, Megan Carn, Zach DeBernardi, Joey Lookabill, and Bess Reynolds. The opening reception for the exhibit, along with the annual Student Exhibit, will take place on March 15 from 6 to 8 PM in the Harper Gallery. The exhibit will last through April 19. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday 12 to 5 PM.

Piano Recital, March 15

Guest pianists Timothy and Rumi Smith, who teach at the University of Alaska-Anchorage, will perform on Friday, March 15, at 7:30 PM in Edmunds Hall. Their program will feature solos and duos by Haydn, Debussy, Liszt, Schumann-Liszt, and Gershwin.  This recital is part of the Twenty-ninth Annual PC Piano Clinic hosted by the Department of Music.

Southern Circuit series film, March 18

The next film in the Southern Circuit series, Free China: The Courage to Believe, will be shown on Monday, March 18th at 7 PM in Harrington Peachtree room 214. Director/ producer/ writer Michael Perlman will answer questions about his film following the screening.

From the award-winning director of Tibet: Beyond Fear, Free China: The Courage to Believe examines widespread human rights violations in China through the remarkable stories of Jennifer Zeng, a mother and former Communist Party member; Dr. Charles Lee, a Chinese- American businessman; and hundreds of thousands of peaceful citizens who are imprisoned, tortured and subjected to slave labor for their spiritual beliefs. Support for this film comes from South Arts in Atlanta and from PC’s Russell Program for Media, Technology, and Society.

Choir concert, March 21

The Presbyterian College Choir will present a concert of choral music in Edmunds Hall on Thursday, March 21st, at 7:30 PM. The PC Choir will perform an eclectic program that includes unaccompanied works for mixed chorus taken from Renaissance, Romantic, and Modern sources, arrangements of hymns and spiritual songs, and includes material recently performed by members of the choir during performances in England and Scotland at Lincoln Cathedral and Durham Cathedral in England and the Church of the Holy Rood (in Stirling) and St. Giles Cathedral in (Edinburgh) in Scotland. The concert is free and open to the public.

Julie Fowlis, Scottish singer, April 9

Julie Fowlis, whose singing was recently featured in the Disney Pixar movie Brave, will perform on Tuesday, April 9 at 7:30 PM in Edmunds Hall. Fowlis is a groundbreaking artist who continues to entice new audiences worldwide and push accepted musical boundaries with her adaptations of songs from her native Scottish Gaelic tradition. Her solo career has included three award-winning studio albums and numerous highly acclaimed projects and collaborations. Tickets are available at Adair’s Men’s Shop in downtown Clinton. All tickets will be sold as general admission, and reduced prices will be available for season ticket purchasers and students.