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Creative Arts Therapies On the Patios of Wireman Chapel, Roberts Music Center and Bininger Theatre

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

St Petersburg FL

12 – 4 pm

Permit # 5196

NonProfit Org

Special Offering

US Postage Paid

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Come experience the healing power of the creative arts. Eckerd College Assistant Professor of Human Development Paige Dickinson and creative arts therapy students will have set up several experiential stations, so you can explore various creative arts therapy modalities. Learn how music can regulate blood pressure, how art can help increase range of motion, and much more. No artistic talent required.

About the Creative Arts Collegium

Eckerd artists believe art is the most delightful form of learning, which, as Picasso says, washes the dust of everyday life from the soul. Whether they sing; play music; act; debate; write poems, stories or plays; use theatre for therapy; paint; sculpt; or throw on the wheel, artists strive for what makers of all time have striven for, the clarification and celebration of what it means to be human. The arts faculty play an integral function in the College’s liberal arts mission as they engage students of all ages, both on and off campus, in the process of artistic creation. Eckerd artists and students invite the local community to join them for a day of rejuvenating and joyful sharing in the arts.

Other arts Events at eckerd ART PEL Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

MUSIC Eckerd Community Band

Residential Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

Eckerd Chamber Orchestra

Dec. 8–13, Cobb Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Chamber Music Concert

Fridays Through Nov. 22, 7 pm Miller Auditorium

The International Cinema Series presents critically acclaimed and important films from around the world, including independent and artistic American films. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/internationalcinema for the complete list of films.

Event times and topics are subject to change. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/events for the latest information.

To read more about Eckerd’s sustainable practices, visit www.eckerd.edu/green.

Elliott Gallery and Cobb Gallery Hours Monday–Friday, 10:30 am–4:30 pm

film International Cinema Series

This brochure was printed on Endurance Silk sheets manufactured by International Paper with FSC Chain of Custody Certification.

Ceramics, Paintings, Prints, Poetry and More! Dec. 8–13, Elliott Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Sun., Nov. 24, 3 pm Roberts Music Center 104

800-456-9009

Christmas Show and Sale

Wed., Nov. 20, 7:30 pm Roberts Music Center 104

www.eckerd.edu

Christopher Rigling ’14

Mon., Nov. 18, 7:30 pm, Fox Hall

4200 54th Avenue South St. Petersburg, Florida 33711

Ralph Samples ’14: Painting


10:00 am– 11:30 am

12 pm– 1 pm

1:30 pm– 2:30 pm

3 pm– 4 pm

4:30 pm– 6:00 pm

Eckerd College Visual Arts Exhibition

Organ Recital

James G. Crane A Cartoon Retrospective

A Reading of Creative Nonfiction

Vocal Recital

works by Residential and Program for Experienced Learners (pel) visual arts faculty and staff

Wireman Chapel

Cobb Gallery

Melanie Neale ’02 K.C. Wolfe

Elliott Gallery

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

Eckerd College | Free Admission

One of the great hidden treasures of the St. Petersburg community is the group of working artists— faculty, staff and students—at Eckerd College. Join us for this special celebration highlighting the creative inspiration fostered at Eckerd.

Cover Image by Kirk Ke Wang: KungFu Panda Above Image by Emily Ayers ’05: Self-Portrait with Magpie

This show honors artist-teachers and staff members of the Eckerd Visual Arts Department for this academic year. The exhibit will feature works by Emily Ayers ’05, Lynn Carol Henderson, Barbara Hubbard, Rose Marie Prins, Matt Schiemann, Rebecca Skelton, Catherine Thompson, Adam Yungbluth, Marita Contreras, Pamela Jones ’92, Lisa Kirksey, Betsy Lester ’93, Brian Ransom, Arthur Skinner ’72 and Kirk Ke Wang.

Thomas Hall ’80, Organist

This program includes music spanning four centuries with compositions by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Girolamo Frescobaldi,  Olivier Messiaen and Leoš Janáček. Mr. Hall is college organist and instructor of organ at Eckerd College, and organist and director of music at Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown St. Petersburg. In 1980, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eckerd College, where he studied organ with the late William E. Waters. He holds a Master of Music degree from the Florida State University School of Music, where he studied organ with Michael Corzine and harpsichord with Karyl Louwenaar.

Jim Crane is professor emeritus of visual arts at Eckerd College. He also is a brilliant cartoonist who has published four books of his work: On Edge (John Knox Press), Inside-Out (Harper & Row), The Great Teaching Machine (John Knox Press), and What Other Time? (motive/ Source). Many of his cartoons also appeared in motive magazine and Ave Maria in the 1960s and ’70s. The astonishing thing about Professor Crane’s cartoons is how relevant they still are, in some cases 50 to 60 years after they were first published. This retrospective exhibition will travel to Boston University in the spring.

Roberts Music Center 104 Melanie Neale graduated from Eckerd College in 2002 and received an MFA from Florida International University. Boat Girl: A Memoir of Youth, Love & Fiberglass (Beating Windward Press) is her first book. K.C. Wolfe, assistant professor of creative writing with an MFA from The Ohio State University, is a founding editor of Sweet: A Literary Confection, a product of Sweet Publications. He is the newest addition to the Creative Writing faculty at Eckerd, teaching journalism and creative nonfiction and leading Eckerd’s award-winning student newspaper, The Current.

Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Olga Vinokur, Piano

8 pm Some Girl(s)  A Play by Neil LaBute Directed by Gavin Hawk an eckerd student production

Bininger Theatre

Roberts Music Center 104 This program features works by Richard Wagner, Giuseppe Verdi and Franz Liszt. Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Fulbright Scholar to Spain, mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna blends a distinguished career as an operatic mezzo with her dedication to the music of Spanish and Latin American composers. Critics agree, “Ms. Tonna is a brilliant coloratura with a beautiful lower register that combines and brings together her virtuosity and charming stage presence.” Olga Vinokur, Piano Olga Vinokur is a dynamic pianist who is gaining recognition for her impassioned performances and elegant musicianship. Her career has taken her around the world, where she has been featured as a soloist, a chamber musician and with orchestras.

Your career as a writer is blossoming, your beautiful, young fiancée is waiting to get married and rush off to Cancun by your side—so what is your natural reaction? Well, if you’re a man, it’s probably to get nervous and start calling up old girlfriends. And so begins a single man’s odyssey through four hotel rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (that he’s already broken up with). In grand LaBute fashion, by turns this outrageously funny and deadly serious portrait of the artist as a young seducer casts a truthful, hilarious light on a typical young American male as he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself. FREE ADMISSION THIS NIGHT ONLY Donations accepted

Other Performance Dates: Nov. 7–10 and 14–17 Showtimes: Thurs.–Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 2 pm


10:00 am– 11:30 am

12 pm– 1 pm

1:30 pm– 2:30 pm

3 pm– 4 pm

4:30 pm– 6:00 pm

Eckerd College Visual Arts Exhibition

Organ Recital

James G. Crane A Cartoon Retrospective

A Reading of Creative Nonfiction

Vocal Recital

works by Residential and Program for Experienced Learners (pel) visual arts faculty and staff

Wireman Chapel

Cobb Gallery

Melanie Neale ’02 K.C. Wolfe

Elliott Gallery

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

Eckerd College | Free Admission

One of the great hidden treasures of the St. Petersburg community is the group of working artists— faculty, staff and students—at Eckerd College. Join us for this special celebration highlighting the creative inspiration fostered at Eckerd.

Cover Image by Kirk Ke Wang: KungFu Panda Above Image by Emily Ayers ’05: Self-Portrait with Magpie

This show honors artist-teachers and staff members of the Eckerd Visual Arts Department for this academic year. The exhibit will feature works by Emily Ayers ’05, Lynn Carol Henderson, Barbara Hubbard, Rose Marie Prins, Matt Schiemann, Rebecca Skelton, Catherine Thompson, Adam Yungbluth, Marita Contreras, Pamela Jones ’92, Lisa Kirksey, Betsy Lester ’93, Brian Ransom, Arthur Skinner ’72 and Kirk Ke Wang.

Thomas Hall ’80, Organist

This program includes music spanning four centuries with compositions by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Girolamo Frescobaldi,  Olivier Messiaen and Leoš Janáček. Mr. Hall is college organist and instructor of organ at Eckerd College, and organist and director of music at Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown St. Petersburg. In 1980, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eckerd College, where he studied organ with the late William E. Waters. He holds a Master of Music degree from the Florida State University School of Music, where he studied organ with Michael Corzine and harpsichord with Karyl Louwenaar.

Jim Crane is professor emeritus of visual arts at Eckerd College. He also is a brilliant cartoonist who has published four books of his work: On Edge (John Knox Press), Inside-Out (Harper & Row), The Great Teaching Machine (John Knox Press), and What Other Time? (motive/ Source). Many of his cartoons also appeared in motive magazine and Ave Maria in the 1960s and ’70s. The astonishing thing about Professor Crane’s cartoons is how relevant they still are, in some cases 50 to 60 years after they were first published. This retrospective exhibition will travel to Boston University in the spring.

Roberts Music Center 104 Melanie Neale graduated from Eckerd College in 2002 and received an MFA from Florida International University. Boat Girl: A Memoir of Youth, Love & Fiberglass (Beating Windward Press) is her first book. K.C. Wolfe, assistant professor of creative writing with an MFA from The Ohio State University, is a founding editor of Sweet: A Literary Confection, a product of Sweet Publications. He is the newest addition to the Creative Writing faculty at Eckerd, teaching journalism and creative nonfiction and leading Eckerd’s award-winning student newspaper, The Current.

Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Olga Vinokur, Piano

8 pm Some Girl(s)  A Play by Neil LaBute Directed by Gavin Hawk an eckerd student production

Bininger Theatre

Roberts Music Center 104 This program features works by Richard Wagner, Giuseppe Verdi and Franz Liszt. Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Fulbright Scholar to Spain, mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna blends a distinguished career as an operatic mezzo with her dedication to the music of Spanish and Latin American composers. Critics agree, “Ms. Tonna is a brilliant coloratura with a beautiful lower register that combines and brings together her virtuosity and charming stage presence.” Olga Vinokur, Piano Olga Vinokur is a dynamic pianist who is gaining recognition for her impassioned performances and elegant musicianship. Her career has taken her around the world, where she has been featured as a soloist, a chamber musician and with orchestras.

Your career as a writer is blossoming, your beautiful, young fiancée is waiting to get married and rush off to Cancun by your side—so what is your natural reaction? Well, if you’re a man, it’s probably to get nervous and start calling up old girlfriends. And so begins a single man’s odyssey through four hotel rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (that he’s already broken up with). In grand LaBute fashion, by turns this outrageously funny and deadly serious portrait of the artist as a young seducer casts a truthful, hilarious light on a typical young American male as he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself. FREE ADMISSION THIS NIGHT ONLY Donations accepted

Other Performance Dates: Nov. 7–10 and 14–17 Showtimes: Thurs.–Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 2 pm


10:00 am– 11:30 am

12 pm– 1 pm

1:30 pm– 2:30 pm

3 pm– 4 pm

4:30 pm– 6:00 pm

Eckerd College Visual Arts Exhibition

Organ Recital

James G. Crane A Cartoon Retrospective

A Reading of Creative Nonfiction

Vocal Recital

works by Residential and Program for Experienced Learners (pel) visual arts faculty and staff

Wireman Chapel

Cobb Gallery

Melanie Neale ’02 K.C. Wolfe

Elliott Gallery

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

Eckerd College | Free Admission

One of the great hidden treasures of the St. Petersburg community is the group of working artists— faculty, staff and students—at Eckerd College. Join us for this special celebration highlighting the creative inspiration fostered at Eckerd.

Cover Image by Kirk Ke Wang: KungFu Panda Above Image by Emily Ayers ’05: Self-Portrait with Magpie

This show honors artist-teachers and staff members of the Eckerd Visual Arts Department for this academic year. The exhibit will feature works by Emily Ayers ’05, Lynn Carol Henderson, Barbara Hubbard, Rose Marie Prins, Matt Schiemann, Rebecca Skelton, Catherine Thompson, Adam Yungbluth, Marita Contreras, Pamela Jones ’92, Lisa Kirksey, Betsy Lester ’93, Brian Ransom, Arthur Skinner ’72 and Kirk Ke Wang.

Thomas Hall ’80, Organist

This program includes music spanning four centuries with compositions by Dietrich Buxtehude, Johann Sebastian Bach, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Girolamo Frescobaldi,  Olivier Messiaen and Leoš Janáček. Mr. Hall is college organist and instructor of organ at Eckerd College, and organist and director of music at Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown St. Petersburg. In 1980, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Eckerd College, where he studied organ with the late William E. Waters. He holds a Master of Music degree from the Florida State University School of Music, where he studied organ with Michael Corzine and harpsichord with Karyl Louwenaar.

Jim Crane is professor emeritus of visual arts at Eckerd College. He also is a brilliant cartoonist who has published four books of his work: On Edge (John Knox Press), Inside-Out (Harper & Row), The Great Teaching Machine (John Knox Press), and What Other Time? (motive/ Source). Many of his cartoons also appeared in motive magazine and Ave Maria in the 1960s and ’70s. The astonishing thing about Professor Crane’s cartoons is how relevant they still are, in some cases 50 to 60 years after they were first published. This retrospective exhibition will travel to Boston University in the spring.

Roberts Music Center 104 Melanie Neale graduated from Eckerd College in 2002 and received an MFA from Florida International University. Boat Girl: A Memoir of Youth, Love & Fiberglass (Beating Windward Press) is her first book. K.C. Wolfe, assistant professor of creative writing with an MFA from The Ohio State University, is a founding editor of Sweet: A Literary Confection, a product of Sweet Publications. He is the newest addition to the Creative Writing faculty at Eckerd, teaching journalism and creative nonfiction and leading Eckerd’s award-winning student newspaper, The Current.

Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Olga Vinokur, Piano

8 pm Some Girl(s)  A Play by Neil LaBute Directed by Gavin Hawk an eckerd student production

Bininger Theatre

Roberts Music Center 104 This program features works by Richard Wagner, Giuseppe Verdi and Franz Liszt. Anna Lorraine Tonna ’88, Mezzo-Soprano Fulbright Scholar to Spain, mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna blends a distinguished career as an operatic mezzo with her dedication to the music of Spanish and Latin American composers. Critics agree, “Ms. Tonna is a brilliant coloratura with a beautiful lower register that combines and brings together her virtuosity and charming stage presence.” Olga Vinokur, Piano Olga Vinokur is a dynamic pianist who is gaining recognition for her impassioned performances and elegant musicianship. Her career has taken her around the world, where she has been featured as a soloist, a chamber musician and with orchestras.

Your career as a writer is blossoming, your beautiful, young fiancée is waiting to get married and rush off to Cancun by your side—so what is your natural reaction? Well, if you’re a man, it’s probably to get nervous and start calling up old girlfriends. And so begins a single man’s odyssey through four hotel rooms as he flies across the country in search of the perfect woman (that he’s already broken up with). In grand LaBute fashion, by turns this outrageously funny and deadly serious portrait of the artist as a young seducer casts a truthful, hilarious light on a typical young American male as he wanders through the heart of darkness that is himself. FREE ADMISSION THIS NIGHT ONLY Donations accepted

Other Performance Dates: Nov. 7–10 and 14–17 Showtimes: Thurs.–Sat., 8 pm; Sun., 2 pm


Creative Arts Therapies On the Patios of Wireman Chapel, Roberts Music Center and Bininger Theatre

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

St Petersburg FL

12 – 4 pm

Permit # 5196

NonProfit Org

Special Offering

US Postage Paid

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Come experience the healing power of the creative arts. Eckerd College Assistant Professor of Human Development Paige Dickinson and creative arts therapy students will have set up several experiential stations, so you can explore various creative arts therapy modalities. Learn how music can regulate blood pressure, how art can help increase range of motion, and much more. No artistic talent required.

About the Creative Arts Collegium

Eckerd artists believe art is the most delightful form of learning, which, as Picasso says, washes the dust of everyday life from the soul. Whether they sing; play music; act; debate; write poems, stories or plays; use theatre for therapy; paint; sculpt; or throw on the wheel, artists strive for what makers of all time have striven for, the clarification and celebration of what it means to be human. The arts faculty play an integral function in the College’s liberal arts mission as they engage students of all ages, both on and off campus, in the process of artistic creation. Eckerd artists and students invite the local community to join them for a day of rejuvenating and joyful sharing in the arts.

Other arts Events at eckerd ART PEL Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

MUSIC Eckerd Community Band

Residential Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

Eckerd Chamber Orchestra

Dec. 8–13, Cobb Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Chamber Music Concert

Fridays Through Nov. 22, 7 pm Miller Auditorium

The International Cinema Series presents critically acclaimed and important films from around the world, including independent and artistic American films. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/internationalcinema for the complete list of films.

Event times and topics are subject to change. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/events for the latest information.

To read more about Eckerd’s sustainable practices, visit www.eckerd.edu/green.

Elliott Gallery and Cobb Gallery Hours Monday–Friday, 10:30 am–4:30 pm

film International Cinema Series

This brochure was printed on Endurance Silk sheets manufactured by International Paper with FSC Chain of Custody Certification.

Ceramics, Paintings, Prints, Poetry and More! Dec. 8–13, Elliott Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Sun., Nov. 24, 3 pm Roberts Music Center 104

800-456-9009

Christmas Show and Sale

Wed., Nov. 20, 7:30 pm Roberts Music Center 104

www.eckerd.edu

Christopher Rigling ’14

Mon., Nov. 18, 7:30 pm, Fox Hall

4200 54th Avenue South St. Petersburg, Florida 33711

Ralph Samples ’14: Painting


Creative Arts Therapies On the Patios of Wireman Chapel, Roberts Music Center and Bininger Theatre

Celebration of the Arts Saturday, November 9, 2013

St Petersburg FL

12 – 4 pm

Permit # 5196

NonProfit Org

Special Offering

US Postage Paid

Eckerd College Creative Arts Collegium

Come experience the healing power of the creative arts. Eckerd College Assistant Professor of Human Development Paige Dickinson and creative arts therapy students will have set up several experiential stations, so you can explore various creative arts therapy modalities. Learn how music can regulate blood pressure, how art can help increase range of motion, and much more. No artistic talent required.

About the Creative Arts Collegium

Eckerd artists believe art is the most delightful form of learning, which, as Picasso says, washes the dust of everyday life from the soul. Whether they sing; play music; act; debate; write poems, stories or plays; use theatre for therapy; paint; sculpt; or throw on the wheel, artists strive for what makers of all time have striven for, the clarification and celebration of what it means to be human. The arts faculty play an integral function in the College’s liberal arts mission as they engage students of all ages, both on and off campus, in the process of artistic creation. Eckerd artists and students invite the local community to join them for a day of rejuvenating and joyful sharing in the arts.

Other arts Events at eckerd ART PEL Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

MUSIC Eckerd Community Band

Residential Visual Arts Thesis Exhibition

Eckerd Chamber Orchestra

Dec. 8–13, Cobb Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Chamber Music Concert

Fridays Through Nov. 22, 7 pm Miller Auditorium

The International Cinema Series presents critically acclaimed and important films from around the world, including independent and artistic American films. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/internationalcinema for the complete list of films.

Event times and topics are subject to change. Please visit www.eckerd.edu/events for the latest information.

To read more about Eckerd’s sustainable practices, visit www.eckerd.edu/green.

Elliott Gallery and Cobb Gallery Hours Monday–Friday, 10:30 am–4:30 pm

film International Cinema Series

This brochure was printed on Endurance Silk sheets manufactured by International Paper with FSC Chain of Custody Certification.

Ceramics, Paintings, Prints, Poetry and More! Dec. 8–13, Elliott Gallery Opening Reception: Sun., Dec. 8, 3–5 pm

Sun., Nov. 24, 3 pm Roberts Music Center 104

800-456-9009

Christmas Show and Sale

Wed., Nov. 20, 7:30 pm Roberts Music Center 104

www.eckerd.edu

Christopher Rigling ’14

Mon., Nov. 18, 7:30 pm, Fox Hall

4200 54th Avenue South St. Petersburg, Florida 33711

Ralph Samples ’14: Painting


Celebration of the Arts