Week Ahead in Hatter Country, April 26-May 3
The Senior Art Exhibition by graduating senior Troy Norton, from Oviedo, Fla., pictured (left) sanding the tree branches of his art project, will be held Friday, April 26, from 6-9 p.m. in Conrad Warehouse, 113 W. Georgia Ave., in downtown DeLand. The exhibit is open to the public, free of charge.
Because the “Tree of Life,” Norton’s senior project, depicts the life cycle of a real tree, he needed a space larger than a typical exhibition space on campus. He scouted for a workable space that would encompass his finished project, and he found the perfect place in the warehouse space in Artisan’s Alley, across the street from Café DaVinci’s.
Norton has arranged for live musical entertainment, catered foods, all donated from many established restaurants in the area, as well as an array of beverages.
“Troy Norton is the only art major to win two Best of Shows back-to-back,” said Sculptor Professor Dan Gunderson, Norton’s faculty advisor. “He is the most decorated art student we’ve ever had at Stetson. He has worked well over 2,000 hours on this one project, alone.”
Extended viewing of the exhibition will continue through Friday, May 3, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., by appointment. For more information, call (407) 929-6074.
School of Music concerts include:
- University Concert Choir featuring Timothy Peter, conductor, 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 26. This will be the final concert performance by School of Music students and faculty until next semester.
- The Community School of Music’s concert by the Young Singers, Claudia Gatewood, conductor, will perform in concert Saturday, May 18.
- Inspirare, Stetson’s intergenerational women’s choral group, Ann Small, director, will meet for the first rehearsal Monday, April 29, 7-9 p.m., and every Monday after that, until the concert, May 30.
Friday, April 26:
Saturday, April 27:
Sunday, April 28:
Tuesday, April 30:
- Inspirational Storytelling with City Commissioner Vonzelle Johnson and Teacher Education Professor Glen Epley. They will share their stories as 1st generation grads.
- One Million Bones Project – Join us to create a paper mache bone to contribute to the One Million Bones Project, an exhibit that will be constructed in the National Mall in Washington, D.C. from June 8-10. The bones will serve as a visual protest to inaction in regards to ongoing genocidal conflicts worldwide. Sponsored by STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition
Wednesday, May 1:
- CLASSES END
- Deadline for Summer/Fall Registration for currently enrolled undergraduate students
- First Year Fiesta – A celebration of students’ first year at Stetson. Food, fun and music to help celebrate the occasion!
Thursday, May 2:
- Honors Project – Living Sustainably in Finance – Karen Carlson – Speaker Karen Carlson’s workshop will teach important financial lessons, such as: budgeting for your first year out of school; understanding your credit report (how to access) and your score; how to maximize your credit score – what this means for you; managing student loan payments; saving to fuel your dreams.
FINALS: May 3, 4
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