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Weekender Briefs: Music, dance events dominate the weekend

Friday, Nov. 18:

IEW Photo Contest Exhibit at Alden Library, 30 Park Place, will be on display in the library’s International Collections on the first floor. The contest features the winners from categories such as People, Crossing Cultures and Sense of Place. The event is open all day, and it is the last day to enjoy the exhibit.

Admission: Free

Interdisciplinary Arts Capstone Festival by the College of Fine Arts will see students premiere their capstone projects at Alden Library and the Music and Dance Library. On Friday, Angela Joy Baldasare will have her project, “Moments Alone,” on display from 3 to 6 p.m. in Alden 318 at 30 Park Place.

Admission: Free 

Strange Attractors: Noah Riedel will feature the work of ceramicist Noah Riedel in the Trisolini Art Gallery, located in Baker Center 405. Sponsored by the College of Fine Arts, the event is free for the public to view from noon to 4 p.m.

Attendance: Free

Saturday, November 19

Undergraduate Juried Exhibition by the College of Fine Arts will feature 50 pieces from 50 undergraduate artists, juried by ceramicist Noah Riedel. The exhibition will be held at Ohio University’s Art Gallery on the fifth floor of Seigfred Hall, located at 20 Church St. The event is from noon to 4 p.m.

Attendance: Free

Immerse: Fall Senior Dance Concert is a project performed between dance performance and choreography majors through Ohio University’s School of Dance. Thirteen seniors will present new and original dance works that expose audience members to unique worlds and perspectives brought by each choreographer. The event starts at 7 p.m. in Putnam Hall, located at 96 E. Union St.

Attendance: Free for students, $14 for non-students

Ohio Hockey Game vs. Maryville at Bird Ice Arena, located at 23 Oxbow Trail, will see the Ohio men’s hockey team take on Maryville. The game starts at 7 p.m.

Attendance: $5 for students and children under 17, $9 for adults

Sunday, November 20

Singing Men of Ohio & Bella Voce at First United Methodist Church, 2 S. College St., is the final Singing Men of Ohio and Bella Voce concert of the semester. The event starts at 6 p.m., and will also be livestreamed.

Attendance: Free

USR: Joe Dubbert, Tuba is featured in the College of Fine Arts 2022 recital line-up this semester. Starting at 4 p.m., undergraduate tuba player, Joe Dubbert, will be hosting a recital of his musical work. The event is in Glidden Hall, 3 Health Center Drive.

Attendance: Free

Visiting Artist Brian Mangrum will be performing alongside guest conductor, Professor Dr. William Talley, the Director of Bands at Ohio University as part of the Horn Day Final Concert with Ensembles. The concert starts at 6:30 p.m. in Glidden Hall, 3 Health Center Drive.

Attendance: Free

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