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UVM Theatre Presents: Bob Durkin’s COLE

February 24
Filed under Archives, Arts

Bob Durkin returns to The UVM Theatre on the heels of launching a national tour of Barry Manilow's Copacabana, now on a cross-country trip to one hundred cities in seventeen weeks. He's happy to be back. "I love it up here," Durkin says, "and I like what this department strives to do. The dedication of...

Graffiti Art On The UVM Campus

February 24
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Graffiti can be found in many places around the UVM campus, most notably on the walking path from Redstone to Main campus. It was on this path that I began looking for the graffiti of UVM. As I began walking from Redstone to Main campus I was struck by the seeming lack of conspicuous graffiti. Was this ...

Friends of the Tradition Bring Indian Music to Vermont

February 24
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What's hotter than curry? Master of the Indian sarod George Ruckert is, and he's coming to campus on Saturday, March 1st. The hypnotic rhythms of the sarod will be accompanied by the Tabla (hand drums) played by New England's own Jerry Leake. The show is brought to campus by The Friends Of Indian Music ...

Maya Angelou to Come to Campus

February 18
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On March 28, Maya Angelou will be visiting campus to speak at the Patrick Gymnasium at 8 pm. Sponsored by the Senior Class Council, Angelou's presentation is the senior class gift to the UVM community this year. Last year the Senior Class Council started a tradition called the Speaker Seri...

Soon Come: The Art of Contemporary Jamaica

October 28
Filed under Archives, Arts

"Soon Come", an exhibit which features works from twenty different Jamaican artists, is representative of modern Jamaican life. The exhibit features pieces from a wide variety of mediums, such as painting, sculpture, photography, batik, woodcarving, and drawing. The artists and works featured in the ex...

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