Salisbury University May Cultural Events

Date & Time: May 2017

Location: Salisbury University - Salisbury, Maryland

Concerts, art exhibits, lectures, and other cultural events this month at Salisbury University.

March 30 - June 10
Exhibit, In Training, Conway Hall, Electronic Gallery, SU. Solo exhibition of neon, sound, 3D printed objects and performance works is by media artist Liss LaFleur, reflecting over three years of research focused on the unsung feminist hero Claude Cahun.

April 20 - May 20
Exhibit, Time Lapse: New Work by Walter Zimmerman, SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus. View recent works by the current artist-in-residence with the SU Glass Program.

May 1-20
Awards Reception: Fri, May 12, 5pm-7pm.
Exhibit, 56th Biannual Senior Exhibition of Fine Arts, Fulton Hall, University Gallery, SU.

May 3
Multicultural Festival, Guerrieri University Center, Pergola, 11am-3pm. (Rain Location: Wicomico Room)
The annual event features music, entertainment and SU clubs information tables.

May 3 - 8pm.
Program, Writers On The Shore: Amina Gautier Reading, Perdue Hall, Bennett Family Auditorium, SU. Gautier is the author of three award-winning short story collections: At-Risk, Now We Will Be Happy and The Loss of All Lost Things.

May 6 - 7:30pm.
Concert, Salisbury & University Chorales, Holloway Hall, SU. Artistic Director William M. Folger and the Salisbury and University Chorales perform Brahms' Ein Deutches Requiem, featuring orchestra and guest soloists.

May 9 - 7:30pm.
Concert, Salisbury Pops, Holloway Hall, SU

May 11 -
Lecture, Visiting Graphic Designer Erick Pfleiderer, Fulton Hall 111, SU. Alumnus, Pfleiderer started his career over 20 years ago, designing and coding websites. He has accumulated over 30 design awards for his work. Hear his story and what he thinks it takes for young creatives to be successful in the design world today. 5pm.

May 11 - 7:30pm.
Concert, Jazz Ensemble, Holloway Hall, SU.

May 16 - 5pm & 7pm.
Concert, PRESTO Students, Holloway Hall, Great Hall

May 18 - 7:30pm.
Concert, Youth Orchestra, Holloway Hall,

May 19-20 - 7:30pm.
Theatre, Apology of the Life of an Actor, Fulton Hall, Black Box Theatre, SU. Celebrate the artistic career of SU's T. Paul Pfeiffer. Written and acted by Pfeiffer, he presents a comic representation of a life in the theatre in the early 18th century; based on the memoirs of Colley Cibber, actor, manager of the Drury Lane Theatre and Poet Laureate."


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