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Selected from the David Dike Fine Art Gallery and Dallas collectors, this exhibition showcases images of the old and contemporary West by today’s top Texas, Western and American artists whose works are found in prominent private and public collections throughout the West. Opening reception January 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Capturing the people, landscapes and culture of the American Southwest, this exhibition features American Indian paintings and works from the highly regarded Taos Colony, Taos Society of Artists and Santa Fe Colony. Opening reception January 26, 6-8 p.m.
Whether it’s her bronze cast flowers that recall blooms pressed in a book or her graphite pieces that can be seen as reformulations of traditional keepsakes, works by acclaimed artist Linda Ridgway suggest a feeling of lost or suspended time. Opening reception with artist February 8, 6-8 p.m.
Before there was SMASH, there was the Footlights Club, a boarding house for the aspiring actresses who long for stardom in this effervescent comedy. Their romances, disappointments and breakdowns provide more laughs and drama than all the Broadway plays they dream of.
Musicians from the SFA School of Music unite with two members of the renowned St. Petersburg Quartet to present a two-day festival featuring chamber works by the colorful Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich. All proceeds benefit the Saslav Strings Scholarship Endowment Fund. Single tickets are $25 per concert or $40 for both. Additional donations are welcome.
Renowned St. Petersburg String Quartet members Alla Aranovskaya and Boris Vayner will join SFA music faculty in a two-day Shostakovich festival, featuring his String Quartet #3 and Piano Quintet. All proceeds benefit the Isidor Saslav Strings Scholarship. Special ticket pricing: $25.
Super Scientific Circus proves that science can be fun and funny! Alternately assisted and foiled by the comedic antics of Trent the Mime, Mr. Fish uses amazing circus skills involving boomerangs, bubbles and beachballs to introduce the principles of friction, inertia, centripetal force, aerodynamics, sonic booms and more
Once again, our talented SFA students take the spotlight as guest soloists with the Orchestra of the Pines. Selected winners of the annual concerto/aria competition join the Orchestra of the Pines in an evening of artistry and bravura. The highlight for the evening includes the orchestra’s first performance of Shostakovich Symphony No. 9 to conclude a weekend visit of the St. Petersburg string quartet residency at SFA.
Performance will be held at First United Methodist Church, 201 East Hospital Street, Nacogdoches.
Join us for a hilarious, behind-the-scenes glimpse into the life of the Fredonia Players as they attempt to put on a radio production of a beloved classic film that features a green witch, ruby slippers, and an inconvenient cyclone. While the company performs “live” in the manner of old-time radio, the chaos away from the microphones threatens to turn this production into a yellow bricked disaster.
Join us for a beautiful evening of chamber music featuring Emily Mitchell, harp; Christina Guenther, flute; Jeremy Fain, bassoon; Melissa Nabb, viola; and Geneva Fung, piano.
This collaborative project between SFA art and creative writing students demonstrates the inspiration of each group in tandem. Exhibited side by side will be visual works created in response to a partner-student’s writing and literature written in response to another student’s art. Opening reception with artists March 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Organist Jeremy S. Bruns performs an organ recital at Christ Episcopal Church in honor of the great master’s birthday. Works are by or in tribute to J.S. Bach.
Directed by Kat Edwards.
Due to limited seating, advanced purchase is recommended.
Join the SFA A Cappella Choir and chamber orchestra for a first in Nacogdoches: a full performance of G.F. Handel’s great oratorio, Messiah. More than a concert; it’s an epic event!
The subject of a chapter in Malcolm Gladwell’s New York Times Bestseller, Blink, world-famous German trombonist Abbie Conant—with her 600-pound quadraphonic sound system—celebrates Women’s History Month.