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 All Approval to Sponsor forms and Student Petitions are due by: MAY 6, 2014

  Cultural Event Petitions Meeting Date: MAY 8, 2014

 SPRING  2014

Jan. 16 8 pm WUG Artist Talk-The Trust, Exhibiting in the “FOUR” in the Patrick Gallery, admission: free, ext. 2493 Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery  
Jan. 19 5 pm Inspiration of Life, this event is designed to inspire those in the audience with the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, during the Civil Rights Era. The celebration of King’s life will be expressed through, song, dance, acting, as well as a speaker, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-429-3669 (2 hrs.) Tillman Auditorium  
Jan. 21 7 pm Women in Tech, a short documentary called “The Women in Tech Projects” highlighting issues of women and minorities in tech will be shown featuring interviews and photographs of Charlotte and Rock Hill women sharing their perspectives on societal inequalities and a 5 diverse women panelist will also share their individual industry experiences, discuss issues, and answer questions, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-372-7457 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Movie Theatre  
Jan. 21 7:30 pm Guest Artist Series- Samuel Savage, tenor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Jan. 22 7 pm 180 on Abortion, this event will be part of a four-day campaign. January 19, 2014 is National Sanctity of life Day. This is a 30-minute movie that compares abortion to the holocaust, admission: free, family friendly: no, contact info: 803-767-6629 (1.5 hrs.) Owens G01  
Jan. 23 5:30 pm The Art & Science of Anatomical Illustration Exhibition, this exhibit will showcase sketches, illustrations, and sculpture created by Winthrop art students, with special emphasis on their representations of mammalian anatomy as inspired by their visits to the Museum of York County, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-909-7215 (2hrs.) Museum of York County  
Jan. 23 8 pm World Changing 101, a workshop/lecture, where LaMotte questions prevailing ideas about how the world changes and how it does not. Encouraging people to engage with the world around them and address the problems they see, admission: free w/spring pass, $5 with WU ID, family friendly: yes,       ext. 2108 (1.5 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
Jan. 28 7 pm Medea Benjamin of Code Pink, Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Code Pink and author of numerous books will discuss the subject of her latest book, drone warfare, within a larger context of defining activism within the global movement of peace, admission: free, family friendly: yes,                     contact info: 803-240-5160 (1 hr.) Dina's Place Global
Jan. 30 11 am Rye Barcott presents “It Happened on the Way to War: A Marines’ Path to Peace”, Rye Barcott, a UNC graduate tells the story of spending a summer in Kiberia, a poor neighborhood in Nairobi, Kenya while a college student at the University of North Carolina, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4680 (1.25 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 1 7:30 pm Guest Artist Series-Robert Bracey, tenor-Karen Beres, piano, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 2 5 pm Asian Lunar New Year Celebration, the event will offer Asian food, fashion, dance, music and appearance by the Lion (Dragon) Dancers and the Surprising Revelation! The Asian Lunar New Year is a typical festivity in many Southern Asian countries such as China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Vietnam, admission: $2 per adult, children under 10 free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2133 (2.5 hrs.) Richardson Ballroom Global
Feb. 4 11 am Common Book Cultural Event Series: Shamanism, this lecture will explore the multi-faceted world of shamanism. Dr. Chacon will draw from his decades of working with indigenous shamans (both in the Amazon Basin and in the Andean Highlands), admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 3908      (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
Feb. 4 7:30 pm Guest Artist Series, Paul Bowman-guitar, admission: free,        ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 6 11 am Rear Admiral Sandra Stosz: The US Coast Guard, the highest ranking woman to lead a US military service academy. She will discuss her career as well as geopolitical issues facing the US Coast Guard, particularly related to the Polar region, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 6 8 pm Spoken Word Artist Carlos Robson, the art of spoken-word poetry has existed for many centuries and in modern spoken-word poetry originated from the poetry of the Harlem Renaissance and blues music as well as the 1960s beatniks, admission: free w/spring pass, $5 with WU ID, family friendly: yes, ext. 2108 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 6 8 pm WUG Talk: Katie Lee Koven, Curator of Black Mountain College: Shaping Craft + Design and director at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum, Utah State University, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 7 7 pm Learn About Deaf Culture! This event will make students more aware of Deaf culture and will help them understand the Deaf community a little better. Interpreter Dennis Bivins will be a guest speaker, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-526-1652 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 7 8 pm Singer Songwriter Rudy Currence, a young singer-songwriter, musician, and producer began to sign his signature on the world at an early age with such writing credits as songs for multi-platinum recording artist Mya, a song featured in the blockbuster hit movie “The Bourne Identity”, admission: free w/spring pass, $5 with WU ID, family friendly: yes,               ext. 2108 (1 hr.) The Edge  
Feb. 10 7:30pm Faculty Series, Hollis Ulaky-Oboe, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 10 8 pm V-Day: The Vagina Monologues, the award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. With humor and grace the piece celebrates women’s sexuality and strength, admission: free, family friendly: no, contact info: 843-324-6450 (1.5 hrs.) Plowden Auditorium Global
Feb. 11 11 am Common Book Cultural Event Series: Malawi 101, Professor McFadden will provide an overview of Malawi’s Geography and engage students in a lively comparison between the life of an average 17-22 year old Malawian to the typical American, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 3908 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
Feb. 11 7 pm CVPA Emerging Scholars and Teachers in the Arts, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 11 8 pm It’s A Hard-Knock Life! This is an interactive program where upon entry, each student will be handed a card with a cultural identity that will describe someone with a differing sex, religion, race, etc. The student will then carry their new identity to a variety of stations where they will be faced with different types of discrimination, obstacles, and in some cases privileges solely based on stereotypes of the new culture, admission: free, family friendly: yes,                                contact info: 864-910-2978 (1 hr.) Richardson Ballroom B  
Feb.12 8 pm The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Russell Luke-Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama of a young poet, his overbearing yet loving mother, his fragile and sensitive sister, and a “gentleman caller” upon whom so much hope for the future rest,  admission:$8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public, Reserved Seating Johnson Theatre  
Feb. 13 11 am Vote for Tomorrow, Dr. Victoria Middleton, Executive Director of the ACLU of South Carolina, will discuss the challenges to the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and important changes to voter registration and participation practices in South Carolina, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4581 (1.15hrs.) Kinard Auditorium  
Feb. 13 7:30 pm Art & Design: Continuities Between and Differences Among Two Visual Disciplines, two internationally known designer/fine artist discuss their careers as practitioners and teachers, considering connections among and distinctions between the fields of Fine Arts and Design, past, present, and future, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 13 8 pm The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Russell Luke-Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama of a young poet, his overbearing yet loving mother, his fragile and sensitive sister, and a “gentleman caller” upon whom so much hope for the future rest,  admission:$8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public, Reserved Seating Johnson Theatre  
Feb. 14 10 am Semiotics Perspectives on the Arts and Cognition, semiotics is the branch of philosophy that deals with signs and symbols, their use and interpretation. Broadly understood, however, semiotics is a universal vehicle for cognitions, an essential means of coming to know the world and the self, admission: free, ext. 2493 Johnson Studio Theatre  
Feb. 14 8 pm The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Russell Luke-Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama of a young poet, his overbearing yet loving mother, his fragile and sensitive sister, and a “gentleman caller” upon whom so much hope for the future rest,  admission:$8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public, Reserved Seating Johnson Theatre  
Feb. 15 8 pm The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Russell Luke-Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama of a young poet, his overbearing yet loving mother, his fragile and sensitive sister, and a “gentleman caller” upon whom so much hope for the future rest,  admission:$8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public, Reserved Seating Johnson Theatre  
Feb. 16 2 pm The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, Directed by Russell Luke-Williams’ semi-autobiographical drama of a young poet, his overbearing yet loving mother, his fragile and sensitive sister, and a “gentleman caller” upon whom so much hope for the future rest,  admission:$8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public, Reserved Seating Johnson Theatre  
Feb. 17 8 pm WUG Talk: Charles Ladson, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 18 11 am TEA Program International Teacher Poster Session, International teachers visiting Winthrop via the TEA Program will present posters and offer other visual representations of their home countries, including their educational systems and larger cultures, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4294   (1 hr.) Tuttle Room Global
Feb. 18 11 am Irish Sacred Concert, an Irish Sacred Concert will be performed by the Steve Pettit Team. This concert will include songs from the Irish folk genre incuding “Toss The Feathers,” “Irish Washerwoman,” and “Blarney Pilgrim/John Ryan’s Polka”, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2116 (1 hr.) Kinard Auditorium Global
Feb. 18 6 pm The Gospel According to Josh, a 75-minute one-man play in which writer and actor Josh Rivedal describes his experience with his father’s suicide and his own subsequent depression, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2206 (1.5 hrs.) Plowden Auditorium  
Feb. 18 6 pm Hunger Banquet, students will hear Dr. Jennifer Disney and Dr. Ginger Williams provide statistics on issues of global poverty and hunger, the hunger banquet is a dinner that simulates the unequal distribution of resources and wealth in the world, admission: $5 children/students; $10 faculty/staff/community, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-524-9608 (1.5 hrs.) Tuttle Dining Room  
Feb. 18 7 pm The Skin I’m In, this program gives direct look into the perspective of how the African American community struggles within its own culture and it provides an insight to all people’s that are affected by interactions with African American individuals, admission: free, family friendly: yes,  contact info: 803-412-6081 (1.5 hrs.) Dina’s Place Global
Feb. 18 7:30pm Faculty Series, Tracy Patterson-Classical Saxophone, admission: free,  ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 18 8 pm The Art of Thinking-Fine Arts Alumni Presentations-Joey Hays, Landscape Architect, Philadelphia, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 19 7 pm Religion Mythbusters, an event that will help shed light on controversial religions from around the world. This event will help educate students about religions other than their own, as well as encouraging them to think critically about their first impression so they may be less quick to pass judgment in the future, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4508 (1 hr.) Owens G01 Global
Feb. 20 11 am “Is it Morally Defensible to Earn a Profit? Perception vs. Reality in Capitalism and Ethics” Professor Edward Lopez of Western Carolina University will give a lecture on “Is it Morally Defensible to Earn a Profit? Perception vs. Reality in Capitalism and Ethics” It will be followed by a Q&A reception, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4622 (1.15 hrs.) Whitton Auditorium  
Feb. 20 11 am US Senator Lindsey Graham discusses education, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina will discuss benghazi, admission: Open to Winthrop students/staff, family friendly: no,  ext. 4663 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 20 8 pm Fatima Santos, a Portuguese painter and accordionist, splitting her professional activity between research, exhibitions and concerts. The “interference” of musical theory and practice in the creation of abstract geometric painting is the central theme of Santos’s Ph.D. dissertation, admission: free,          ext. 4014 Rutledge 119 Global
Feb. 20 8 pm Skin Deep Improvisational Theatre Troop, the performances target youth and adult audiences by encouraging them to make healthy choices. Skin Deep’s goal is to provoke thought through a dramatic experience,  admission: free, family friendly: yes,        ext. 2397 (1.5 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 21 8 pm Black History Trivia with Thinkfast, an interactive awareness program that appeals to all ages with its MTV-style production set mainstream music and videos, an entertaining host, and informative engaging trivia, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2108 (1.5 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 22 9 am Open Rehearsal of Traditional Irish Music Ensemble, Guest Clinician: Noreen Boyle, will demonstrate and teach performance practices, arrangements and ornamentation of Irish music, both vocal and instrumental, admission: free, ext. 2255 (Only required to stay one hour to receive Cultural Event Credit.) Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 22 7:30 pm Palmetto Voices Concert, Sonja Sepulveda-conductor, Nathaniel Gumbs, Accompanist and Jamey Johnson, Percussion Winthrop University, South Carolina, experience the Palmetto Voices presenting a musical overview of the Negro Spiritual, admission: free, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
Feb. 22 7:30 pm Tim O’Brien & Darrell Scott, bringing the Soul of Americana to the Heart of the Carolina Piedmont, admission: $20 CHM Members, $25 General, family friendly: yes,                       contact info: 803-909-7244 (1.5 hrs.) McCelvey Center 212 E. Jefferson St.  
Feb. 23 7:30 pm Guest Artist Series, Present-Continuous-A New Music Ensemble by George Crumb, Olivier Messiaen, Steve Reich, David Long, Robert Paterson, Zhou Long, Julia Wolfe, and others, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
Feb. 25 7 pm Medieval Studies Spring Lecture: Bibles and Bible Reading in the Middle Ages: Art, Text, Performance, and Faith, Professor Peter Judge, will discuss the historical development of Bible study, its connection to manuscript illustrations and cultural expectations, and how the practices developed in the Middle Ages for reading and interpreting the Bible have evolved up to our times, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4557 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
Feb. 25 7:30pm Ensemble series, Winthrop Symphonic Band, Larry Wells-conductor, Winthrop Wind Symphony, Lorrie Crochet-conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255    
Feb. 25 8 pm WUG Talk: Mary Emma Harris, Independent scholar, Director of the Black Mountain College Project and author of The Arts at Black Mountain College, admission: free ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 26 7 pm Black History Family Feud, students will learn about African American History and culture through this engaging Black History Family Feud, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4503 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb.26 8 pm Hush, Little Baby- by Craig Sodaro, Directed by Kashaad Kraus, Alice has just been released from jail for felony child abuse. Alice is desperate to gain some type of love from her mother, but Mona is not willing to forgive for dumping her baby in a trash can, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, Limited seating- No late seating after performance begins, Adult Language and Adult Content, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
Feb. 27 11 am Genes, Behavior and Politics, Dr. John Hibbing will discuss the role of genes in determining our political inclinations. Dr. John Hibbing is a Political Science professor at the University of Nebraska. He is one of the country’s foremost researchers on our biological differences and the way that they play out in the political arena, admission: free, ext. 4663 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
Feb. 27 11 am Staibdance Company and Studies in Israeli Contemporary Dance, a lecture and dance performance demonstration of a professional dance company based in Atlanta, Georgia, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-983-8794 (1 hr.) Johnson 235 Global
Feb. 27 8 pm The Word, “The Word” will serve as a discourse on the state of the “Black Church.” This discussion will examine the differences in doctrine within different denominations of the Black Church, and the origins therein, admission: free, family friendly: no, contact info: 803-609-0755 (1.15 hrs.) Owens G01  
Feb. 27 8 pm Hush, Little Baby- by Craig Sodaro, Directed by Kashaad Kraus, Alice has just been released from jail for felony child abuse. Alice is desperate to gain some type of love from her mother, but Mona is not willing to forgive for dumping her baby in a trash can, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, Limited seating- No late seating after performance begins, Adult Language and Adult Content, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
Feb. 27 8 pm The Art of Thinking-Fine Arts Alumni Presentations-Mark Mcleod, Assistant Professor of Art-Cleveland State Community College, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
Feb. 28 8 pm Hush, Little Baby- by Craig Sodaro, Directed by Kashaad Kraus, Alice has just been released from jail for felony child abuse. Alice is desperate to gain some type of love from her mother, but Mona is not willing to forgive for dumping her baby in a trash can, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, Limited seating- No late seating after performance begins, Adult Language and Adult Content, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
March 1 8 pm Hush, Little Baby- by Craig Sodaro, Directed by Kashaad Kraus, Alice has just been released from jail for felony child abuse. Alice is desperate to gain some type of love from her mother, but Mona is not willing to forgive for dumping her baby in a trash can, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, Limited seating- No late seating after performance begins, Adult Language and Adult Content, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
March 2 2 pm Hush, Little Baby- by Craig Sodaro, Directed by Kashaad Kraus, Alice has just been released from jail for felony child abuse. Alice is desperate to gain some type of love from her mother, but Mona is not willing to forgive for dumping her baby in a trash can, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, Limited seating- No late seating after performance begins, Adult Language and Adult Content, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
March 2 7:30pm Friends of the Conservatory Series, The Dali Quartet, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public Barnes Recital Hall Global
March 4 11 am Common Book Cultural Event Series: Electricity 101, in this presentation David Levett will answer the following questions: What is electricity? Where does it come from? Why should I care? How is it measured? What is AC and DC? and How does a wind turbine generate electricity?, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 3908 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
March 4 11 am In High Demand:  41 million reasons an aging population matters to your career, this event will showcase the value of having knowledge of working with other adults in the job market, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 3392         (1.15 hrs.) Owens G02  
March 4 7 pm Comparative Education Panel Discussion, a group of 5-6 international teachers visiting Winthrop for six weeks with the TEA Program will present and discuss what the educational system (s) is/are like in their home country, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4294 (2 hrs.) Plowden Auditorium Global
March 4 7 pm CVPA Emerging Scholars and Teachers in the Arts, featuring student presentations from Lauren Copley, Bethany Dickey and Morgan McWhite, Alex Muller and Andrew Davis, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
March 4 7:30 pm Special Event-Saxophone Olympics, Tract Patterson-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
March 4 8 pm No I’m Not a Terrorist, Zohra is an established author, coach, entrepreneur, and speaker, sharing her inspiration and love of learning with those around her, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 2108 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
March 5 7 pm “I’m Not a Feminist, But.” Women’s Studies 101, the purpose of this event is to educate the campus community about what Women’s Studies is and how it pertains to students, their lives, and their values, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4668 (1.15 hrs.) Owens   G-01 Global
March 6 11 am The Chumash Indians of Southern California, Dr. John Johnson will present an overview of the Chumash Indians of southern California. This lecture will show how this native group inhabited diverse ecological habitats,  admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4656 (1 hr.) Plowden Auditorium Global
March 6 11 am Breast Confusion: Breastfeeding and the Breast in Contemporary Political Culture, this lecture will explore the multi-layered meaning of the breast. Is it a sexual organ, designed to attract and please sexual partners in private but hidden from the public?, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 (1 hr) Owens G02 Global
March 6 11 am Publishing Workshop and Poetry Reading by M. Scott Douglass, editor of Main Street Rag, will present strategies for submitting poetry, fiction, and essays for publication to small or large journals and magazines. He will also read his own poetry from his current book, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4554          (1 hr.) DiGiorgio Campus Center RM 222  
March 6 11 am York County Green Business Conference Keynote, students will hear from a leader in environmental stewardship from an industry which has historically had questionable sustainable practices; she will discuss specific from her current company but also take a broad look at sustainable business practices in today’s society, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4682 (1 hr.) Richardson Ballroom  
March 6 6:30 pm Poetry Reading of Richard Tillinghast, Richard Tillinghast is the author of numerous collections of poetry, including “Six Mile Mountain” (2000) and “The New Life” (2008). He has taught at Harvard University, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Michigan, and Converse College, admission: free family friendly: yes, ext. 2262 (1.15 hrs.) Tuttle Dining Room, McBryde Hall  
March 6 7 pm Bridging The Gap, this event sheds light on various stereotypes, questions, and concerns targeting Africans and African-Americans. It will consist of a six member discussion panel that will assist in answering questions, addressing stereotypes, and explaining their own experiences concerning these issues, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 843-224-4835    (2 hrs.) Owens G02  
March 6 7 pm What Is Socialism? A Conversation, the panel will discuss multiple aspects of socialism, which will include the misconceptions of Socialism, its core values and philosophy, the intersectionality of feminism and socialism, its effects on political economy, and Marxist theory and its relation to literature and art, admission: free, family friendly: yes,         ext. 4656 (1.5 hrs.) Kinard 204  
March 6 8 pm The Forgotten Ones: The Blackmon Road Community, this event will help to explain reasons why generational poverty is an issue especially in the Blackmon Road, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-397-0653 (1 hr.) Owens G01  
March 7 4 pm Casual Friday-Once Upon a Time…All Around the World, This event will focus on the function and cultural impact of fairytales and folklore. For the academic portion of the event, Dr. Casey Cothran will present student with three different critical/ literary approaches (Tolkien, Zipes, Bettelheim) to reading fairy tales and folklore, admission: free, family friendly: yes,  ext. 3905 (1 hr.) Dinkins Auditorium Global
March 7 5:30 pm Creative Writing Reading by Faculty and Students, this event celebrates the writing talent among faculty and students at Winthrop. The reading will begin with Evelyne Weeks reading poetry, and Bryan Ghent reading from Scott Ely’s new published novel, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4554 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
March 7 6 pm Salute to Couture, a Salute to Couture Fashion Show is an event that is designed to pay homage to our brave men and women who serve or who have served in the United States Military, admission: $5 for Winthrop Students, $10 general public, family friendly: yes, contact info: 843-812-3774         (2.5 hrs.) McBryde Hall Global
March 7 7 pm Deaf Culture, Emily Walker, American Sign Language Interpreter, will talk about Deaf Culture, discrimination faced by Deaf people (past and present), and talk about why hearing people should learn ASL, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-526-1652 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
March 7 7:30 pm Guest Artist Series-Dmitry Rachmanov, piano, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
March 7 7:30 pm Carolina Chocolate Drops-March 7, bringing the Soul of Americana to the Heart of the Carolina Piedmont, admission: $20 CHM Members, $25 General, family friendly: yes,           contact info: 803-909-7244 (1.5 hrs.) McCelvey Center 212 E. Jefferson St.  
March 8 9 am Women of Color Conference sponsored by Catawba Care, the conference will focus on gender and ethnic pride, improving communication skills with partners, and making healthier lifestyle choices, admission: free, family friendly: yes,       contact info: 803-909-6363 (7 hrs.) 135 S. Oakland Avenue  
March 10 7 pm The 13th Annual Dorothy Perry Thompson Colloquium in African American Studies and the African American Experience, this program honors the life and legacy of Dr. Dorothy Perry Thompson, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4581          (1.15  hrs.) Whitton Auditorium-Carroll Hall Global
March 10 7:30pm Guest Artist Series, Karl Paoletti-baritone, Ronda Paoletti-soprano, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall Global
March 11 11 am CVPA Brown Bag Speakers Session, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119 Global
March 11 6 pm A Place at the Table, this will be a documentary screening of the film A Place at the Table with a follow-up panel discussion. A Place at the Table is a documentary focusing on hunger and food insecurity in the United States, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2141 (2 hrs.) Dina’s Place Global
March 11 7 pm Rape Culture: Contemporary Issues, students and faculty will discuss contemporary issues of rape in the United States. Topics that will be discussed are: the history of sexual violence in the U.S. from discovery to present day; the possibility of a rape culture; false allegation issues; and the limitation of prevention classes, admission: free, family friendly: no ,  contact info: 803-240-9740 (1 hr.) Owens G01  
March 11 7 pm “Thieves, Greasers, and Mongrels”: The Emancipator Encounters the Immigrant, this will be an entertaining look at Abraham Lincoln’s introduction to the presence and significance of immigrants in his life and in the life of the United States, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 2209   (1 hr.) Richardson Ballroom  
March 11 7 pm “Another World is Possible: 20 Years Responding to Changing Needs in Nicaragua” by Sarah Junkin Woodard, she will tell of her work and also tell Winthrop students how they might be involved in Nicaragua, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4680 (1.5 hrs.) Owens G02 Global
March 11 8 pm WUG Talk: Sandra Neels, Ron Parks and Dr. Seymour Simmons-Back to the Future-Black Mountain College (BMC) as a Model of Innovative, Interdisciplinary Collaboration, admission: free, ext. 2493 CMUS 120  
March 11 8 pm The Art of Thinking-Fine Arts Alumni Presentations-Beth Melton-Artist and Educator,  admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
March 12 7 pm Literacy in South Carolina, a discussion about students’ low reading proficiency in our state as well as the future implications if students aren’t reading on grade level by the end of third grade, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 2141 (1.5 hrs.) Richardson Ballroom  
March 12 8 pm Out of the Frying Pan Play Performance, a comedy about six struggling actors who trick a famous producer into watching them perform in hopes of getting a job, admission: $5, family friendly: no, contact info: 864-704-3846, (2 hrs.) Plowden Auditorium  
March 12 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Flute Choir, Jill O’Neill-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
March 12 8 pm WUG Film: Fully Awake-Black Mountain College, is a 2007 documentary about the experimental college in North Carolina from 1933 to 1957, and how its progressive pedagogy influenced many of America’s most important twentieth-century artists and designers, admission: free, ext. 2493 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
March 13 11 am Half Naked and Running: From Breast Cancer to Public Action, Tania Katan is a humorist and activist who will come to Winthrop to perform about her experience with breast cancer that led to become her own brand of activist to fight the disease, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 (1 hr.) Johnson Theater  
March 13 8 pm Out of the Frying Pan Play Performance, a comedy about six struggling actors who trick a famous producer into watching them perform in hopes of getting a job, admission: $5, family friendly: no, contact info: 864-704-3846, (2 hrs.) Plowden Auditorium  
March 14 11 am Antarctic Krill Mining the Sea Bed  Under the Cover of Darkness, this research seminar will examine Dr. Sophie Fielding’s research on Antarctic Krill and she will discuss how this major component of the world fishery is being impacted by climate change, admission: free, family friendly: no,          ext. 2111 (1 hr.) Owens   G-01 Global
March 24 12 pm “Forgotten Daughters of South Carolina: The Grimke Sisters, Abolition, Women’s Rights, and Rhetoric”, the event discusses South Carolina women in leadership roles, women using rhetoric in political activism with respect to abolition and women’s rights, and how history is written and can be re-written to include women’s voices, admission: free, family friendly: yes,  exy. 4626 (50 mins.) Dinkins Auditorium Global
March 24 1:30 pm CVPA Arts Crawl and Class Demonstrations meet the artists and ask questions about their work and methods. Meet at Scholars Walk in front of the DiGiorgio Campus Center to pick up your cultural event slip and map, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2493 (3hrs.) Scholars Walk  
March 24 5 pm Winthrop University Peace Pole Installation Ceremony, the Peace Pole unveiling ceremony is one of the featured events during the presidential inaugural events, admission: free, family friendly: free, ext. 4680 (1.15 hrs.) Hardins Gardens  
March 24 7 pm Showing of the Documentary Bending Sticks; Q&A with project participants, this film traces the work of nationally known environmental artist Patrick Dougherty and the development of his sculptures, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2493 (1.45 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
March 25 7 pm “The Pottery of Acoma Pueblo: Art and the Expression of Values in a Native American Community”-A lecture presented by Dr. Karen M. Duffy, Independent folklorist, on the family-related metaphors found in Acoma Pueblo ceramic traditions of the Southwestern U.S., admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2656 (1 hr.) Rutledge Auditorium 119 Global
March 25 8 pm “Diving for Pearls: A Thinking Journey with Hannah Arendt” Dr. Kathleen Jones will do a presentation on her new book, focusing on Hannah Arendt’s notion of “the right to have rights” in which she plans to integrate excerpts from her book around the President’s chosen themes of global, civic, and student engagement, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4668 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
March 26 6:30 pm Winthrop Model United Nations Opening Ceremonies, the opening ceremonies will feature Ms. Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, following Ms. Tutu will be a formal debate held by Winthrop’s college Model UN delegates, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-448-1124 (1.5 hrs.) Tillman Auditorium Global
March 27 11 am Inaugural Week Poetry Reading, five published poets will read “poems of celebration” in recognition of this historic nature of the week, admission: free, family friendly: yes,     ext. 4634 (1 hr.) Kinard 016  
March 27 11 am Student Writing Workshop: Writing Personal Narrative and Storytelling, feminist political theorist, activist, and writer Dr. Kathleen B. Jones will come to Winthrop University to present a student writing workshop based on her new book, “Diving for Pearls: A Thinking Journey with Hannah Arendt”, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4668 (1 hr.) Owens    G-01 Global
March 27 11:30 am Dr. Scott Huffmon will discuss the science of polling and the role polling plays in politics, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 (1hr.) Dinkins Auditorium  
March 27 5:30 pm “Reflections of Our Past, Looking To The Future: Moving Forward” The City of Rock Hill Committee on Human Relations will host its Second Annual Black History Program, the keynote speaker will be Mr. Sam Foster, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-370-4038 (1.5 hrs.) Rock Hill City Hall  
March 31 7 pm It’s In My Blood, this event will talk about how generational cycles are formed and what causes them and how they can be broken, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-412-6081, (1.5 hrs.) Owens      G-01  
April 1 11 am Breast Cancer and the Politic of the Pink Ribbon, this event will consider the breast cancer awareness campaign and all of its financial and social implications on health care and the society, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 (1 hr.) Owens G02  
April 1 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Percussion Ensemble, Michael Williams-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 2 8 pm Next Fall, by Geoffrey Nauffts-Directed by Shareef Elkady, Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. The drama portrays the ups and downs of this unlikely couple’s five-year relationship with sharp humor and unflinching honesty, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, NOTICE: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins. Adult Content and Language,         ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 3 8 pm Next Fall, by Geoffrey Nauffts-Directed by Shareef Elkady, Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. The drama portrays the ups and downs of this unlikely couple’s five-year relationship with sharp humor and unflinching honesty, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, NOTICE: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins. Adult Content and Language,         ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 4 6 pm VCOM Senior Portfolio Show-Special Guest Speaker: Nathan Yoder, Nathan’s collection of work focuses on hand-lettered elements and illustration, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2493 (3 hrs.) Center for the Arts, downtown Rock Hill  
April 4 8 pm Next Fall, by Geoffrey Nauffts-Directed by Shareef Elkady, Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. The drama portrays the ups and downs of this unlikely couple’s five-year relationship with sharp humor and unflinching honesty, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, NOTICE: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins. Adult Content and Language,         ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 5 7:30 pm Suzy Boggus, bringing the Soul of Americana to the Heart of the Carolina Piedmont, admission: $20 CHM Members, $25 General, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-909-7244      (1.5 hrs.) McCelvey Center 212 E. Jefferson St.  
April 5 8 pm Next Fall, by Geoffrey Nauffts-Directed by Shareef Elkady, Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. The drama portrays the ups and downs of this unlikely couple’s five-year relationship with sharp humor and unflinching honesty, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, NOTICE: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins. Adult Content and Language,         ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 5 8 pm Winthrop Opera Theatre Production: The Pirates of Penzance-Jeffrey McEvoy, director, admission: $15 Adult, $10 Winthrop Faculty/Staff, $5 w/student ID, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 6 2 pm Next Fall, by Geoffrey Nauffts-Directed by Shareef Elkady, Luke believes in God. Adam believes in everything else. The drama portrays the ups and downs of this unlikely couple’s five-year relationship with sharp humor and unflinching honesty, admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/ $10 general public, NOTICE: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins. Adult Content and Language,         ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 6 2 pm Winthrop Opera Theatre Production: The Pirates of Penzance-Jeffrey McEvoy, director, admission: $15 Adult, $10 Winthrop Faculty/Staff, $5 w/student ID, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 6 4 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Brass Ensemble, Martin Hughes-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 6 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble, Sarita Maxwell-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 7 6:30 pm Friends Beyond Borders by Roger Baumgarte, Roger Baumgarte, WU Emeritus professor of psychology, will talk about his book “Friends Beyond Borders: Cultural Variations in Close Friendship” (2013). He will emphasize six specific cultural styles that impact foreign friendships, admission: free,   family friendly: yes, ext. 2262 (1.5 hrs.) Tuttle Dining Room, McBryde Hall Global
April 7 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Guitar Ensembles, Lewis H. Dickert-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 7 7:30 pm The Art of Thinking-Fine Arts Alumni Presentations-Katie Poterala, a 2009 Winthrop BFA graduate in jewelry & metals, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
April 8 7:30 pm Faculty Series- Kristen Wonderlich-soprano, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 8 8 pm It’s A Hard-Knock Life! This is an interactive program where upon entry, each student will be handed a card with a cultural identity that will describe someone with a differing sex, religion, race, etc. The student will then carry their new identity to a variety of stations where they will be faced with different types of discrimination, obstacles, and in some cases privileges solely based on stereotypes of the new culture, admission: free, family friendly: yes,                          contact info: 864-910-2978 (1 hr.) Richardson Ballroom  
April 9 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Chamber Orchestra, Tom Hildreth-conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 9 8 pm The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams and Six Wigs by Paula Vogel, This campy romp follows the lives of the twin sisters, Myrna and Myra, through the Eisenhower, Nixon, and Bush administrations. As the twins are polar opposites in the politics, ethics, and bra-cup sizes, they embody the good girl/bad girl, virgin/whore, dichotomy that limits women’s individual successes, failures, and personal journeys. Reserved Seating. Adult Language and Content, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public,          ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 10 11 am Common Book Cultural Event Series: Ecological Footprint: Is Bigger Better?, Dr. Bollinger’s event will define an ecological footprint and how to size of footprints varies globally and why. Discussion will include a comparison of selected countries on each of the well-populated continents with particular emphasis on Africa, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 3908 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place Global
April 10 11 am A look inside the 2014 SC GOP Primary, Dr. Scott Huffmon will discuss the results of the latest Winthrop Poll. The Poll will focus on the 2014 South Carolina primaries, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4663 Owens G02  
April 10 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Jazz Ensemble, Adam Snow-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 10 8 pm The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams and Six Wigs by Paula Vogel, This campy romp follows the lives of the twin sisters, Myrna and Myra, through the Eisenhower, Nixon, and Bush administrations. As the twins are polar opposites in the politics, ethics, and bra-cup sizes, they embody the good girl/bad girl, virgin/whore, dichotomy that limits women’s individual successes, failures, and personal journeys. Reserved Seating. Adult Language and Content, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public,          ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 10 8 pm The Science of Sexuality, the purpose of this event will be to provide an explanation of why individuals are attracted to other types of individuals, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-397-0653 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
April 11 2 pm The Evolution of Medieval Armor, this lecture and demonstration will allow students to understand the differences between the reality of medieval weapons and fighting methods and the often-misleading versions they may have seen in movies and on TV, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4557 (1 hr.) Amphitheatre Global
April 11 6 pm Senior Exhibition Department of Fine Arts, The 2014 Senior Exhibition is a capstone class of the B.A in Art and the B.F.A. in Art degree programs, admission: free, family friendly: yes,       ext. 2493 (2 hrs.) Lewandowski Student Gallery  
April 11 8 pm The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams and Six Wigs by Paula Vogel, This campy romp follows the lives of the twin sisters, Myrna and Myra, through the Eisenhower, Nixon, and Bush administrations. As the twins are polar opposites in the politics, ethics, and bra-cup sizes, they embody the good girl/bad girl, virgin/whore, dichotomy that limits women’s individual successes, failures, and personal journeys. Reserved Seating. Adult Language and Content, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public,          ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 12 8 pm The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams and Six Wigs by Paula Vogel, This campy romp follows the lives of the twin sisters, Myrna and Myra, through the Eisenhower, Nixon, and Bush administrations. As the twins are polar opposites in the politics, ethics, and bra-cup sizes, they embody the good girl/bad girl, virgin/whore, dichotomy that limits women’s individual successes, failures, and personal journeys. Reserved Seating. Adult Language and Content, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public,          ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 13 2 pm The Mineola Twins: A Comedy in Six Scenes, Four Dreams and Six Wigs by Paula Vogel, This campy romp follows the lives of the twin sisters, Myrna and Myra, through the Eisenhower, Nixon, and Bush administrations. As the twins are polar opposites in the politics, ethics, and bra-cup sizes, they embody the good girl/bad girl, virgin/whore, dichotomy that limits women’s individual successes, failures, and personal journeys. Reserved Seating. Adult Language and Content, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public,          ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 13 4 pm Special Event-York County Choral Society Spring Concert-Winthrop Chorale, Katherine Kinsey-conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 14 7 pm What Are You Eating? This program will bring awareness to the benefits of the Vegetarian/Vegan lifestyle. It will also incorporate ways to become more environmentally friendly through making conscious decisions regarding diet, clothing, and other daily habit considerations, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-616-6442 (1 hr.) Owens G01 Global
April 15 5 pm Writing Our Lives: Poems Celebrating Women’s History Month, five women poets from the English Dept. will read a selection of their work that celebrates their lives through the art of poetry, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4554 (1 hr.) Little Chapel  
April 15 7:30 pm Ensemble Series-Winthrop Clarinet Choir, Deborah Loomer-director, admission: free, ext. 2255 Barnes Recital Hall  
April 17 11 am The Art of Thinking-Fine Arts Alumni Presentations-Alana Owens, Art Therapist/Educator, a 2004 Winthrop BA in Art Education graduate, admission: free, ext. 2493 Rutledge 119  
April 17 11 am Taking a Liberal Arts Education to the Global Business Environment, Mr. Ted Riddle. BS in Psychology will be sharing his path from a psychology major at Winthrop to working globally in Mexico, Canada, and China, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4834 (60-75 minutes) Whitton Auditorium  
April 17 8 pm Spring One-Act Festival, Coordinated by Russell Luke, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. ALL TICKETS general admission. Notice: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 17 8 pm A Capella group The Exchange, a 5 piece American Vocal Pop group that formed in Los Angeles in 2011 on NBC’s competition show The Sing-Off Season 3, involving 16 a capella groups, admission: free w/spring pass, $5 with WU ID, family friendly: yes,  ext. 2108 (1 hr.) Dina’s Place  
April 18 8 pm Spring One-Act Festival, Coordinated by Russell Luke, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. ALL TICKETS general admission. Notice: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 19 2 pm Spring One-Act Festival, Coordinated by Russell Luke, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. ALL TICKETS general admission. Notice: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 19 8 pm Spring One-Act Festival, Coordinated by Russell Luke, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. ALL TICKETS general admission. Notice: Limited Seating. No late seating after performance begins, ext. 4014 Johnson Studio Theatre  
April 20 4 pm HempFest 2014- LEAP Speaker, college Libertarians will host its third annual HempFest. HempFest are arts and music festivals held around the country to raise awareness of cannabis legalization, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-280-9231 (1.5 hrs.) Amphitheatre  
April 22 7 pm Abortion 360: A Domestic and International Look, this event will examine statistics on unsafe abortions in a global context and discuss the impact of abortion bans and abortion restrictions on women’s health, lives, deaths, and reproductive freedom, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 864-373-1336 (1.5 hrs.) Owens G01  
April 22 7:30 pm Ensemble Series, Winthrop Chamber Singers-Winthrop Chorale, Katherine Kinsey-conductor, admission: free,         ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 22 8 pm Second Annual Student Film Festival, students will come to watch short films, which are created by their fellow classmates. Professor Mark Nortz of the Mass Communication Department, will give a lecture on the filmmaking process, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 614-975-7478 (2 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
April 24 11 am World’s Largest Diversity Walk, this event will be a diversity training exercise called Diversity Walk. This exercise is meant to examine the unearned privilege based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability, etc., admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4503 (1 hr.) Campus Green, Rain Location: Richardson Ballroom  
April 24 11 am Relaxing the Indian Way, participants will be doing yoga that is focused on Indian philosophy and meditation techniques. The instructor will be incorporating the Yoga Sutras and Indian philosophy into the breathing exercise as well as the meditation and other techniques, admission: $1, family friendly: yes, (1.15 hrs.) West Center 206 Global
April 24 11 am WUG Artist Talk: MFA Thesis Candidates-J. Andrew Davis and Jim Stratokos, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 2493 Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery  
April 24 7:30 pm Ensemble Series, Winthrop Symphonic Band, Larry Wells-conductor, Winthrop Wind Symphony, Lorrie Crochet-conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  
April 25 11 am Design and Illustration Senior Thesis, Senior illustrators and designers will demonstrate the early process of identifying the products they would bring to market, walking the audience through the research methods they used to make their artistic goods and design products, admission: free, family friendly: no, ext. 4565 (2-3 hrs.) Dina’s Place  
April 25 6:30 pm Urban Art Night, A night to bring urban culture and art into the light for students here at Winthrop University, Urban Art Night will be a fun, eventful evening full of talent such as live painting, slam poetry, dance, singing, lyricist, and many other types of Urban talent, admission: free, family friendly: yes, contact info: 803-553-9651 (1.5 hrs.) Amphitheatre  
April 25 7:30 pm Winthrop Traditional Music Irish Ensemble, Irish instrumental music, singing, dance, and story-0 telling are all a part of what you might see at an Irish session or get together, This concert will replicate an Irish session as authentically as possible without having a peat fire and authentic setting, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 4522 (1.5 hrs.) Carroll Hall-Whitton Auditorium Global
April 25 8 pm Student Choreography Showcase, Enjoy modern dance works choreographed by advanced dance majors. The Student Choreography Showcase is part of Come See Me Festival, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. All Tickets general admission, ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 26 2 pm Student Choreography Showcase, Enjoy modern dance works choreographed by advanced dance majors. The Student Choreography Showcase is part of Come See Me Festival, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. All Tickets general admission, ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 26 8 pm Student Choreography Showcase, Enjoy modern dance works choreographed by advanced dance majors. The Student Choreography Showcase is part of Come See Me Festival, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. All Tickets general admission, ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 26 8 pm Timmons Brothers Rock ‘n Roll Trivia, John and David Timmons will present a rock and roll trivia show that will include questions, facts, photos, and musical clips, admission: free, family friendly: yes, ext. 3507 (1.5-2 hrs.) Dina’s Place Theatre` Global
April 27 2 pm Student Choreography Showcase, Enjoy modern dance works choreographed by advanced dance majors. The Student Choreography Showcase is part of Come See Me Festival, admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/ $15 general public. All Tickets general admission, ext. 4014 Johnson Theatre  
April 27 7 pm Ensemble Series, Winthrop Collegiate Choir, Winthrop Jazz Voices, Randall Imler-conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Ebenezer AR Presbyterian Church  
April 28 7:30 pm Ensemble Series, Carolinas Wind Orchestra, William Malambri- conductor, admission: free, ext. 2255 Byrnes Auditorium  

 

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