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CCCCD Fall 2002 Fine Arts Events



CCCCD Fall 2002 Fine Arts Events: October Through December

Don Schol, Retrospective
October 17 - November 16
THE ARTS gallery, Spring Creek Campus
This exhibit will feature the works of Don Schol, professor and Associate Dean of Fine Arts at UNT. Artist receptions for this exhibit and Sculptural Syncretism III will be 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday, October 22. For more information visit the gallery web site at www.ccccd.edu/THEARTSgallery, or call THE ARTS gallery at 972.881.5873.

Sculptural Syncretism III
October 17 - December 13
Outdoors next to THE ARTS gallery, Spring Creek Campus
This outdoor sculpture show will be displayed outside the visual arts wing. Artist receptions for this exhibit and Don Schol, Retrospective will be 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday, October 22. For more information visit the gallery web site at www.ccccd.edu/THEARTSgallery, or call THE ARTS gallery at 972.881.5873.

Dance Fusion 3rd Annual Invitation Dance Concert
November 8 - 9, 8 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
A reception will be held in THE ARTS gallery immediately following Friday's performance. Tickets will be available at the door - $5/general admission, $3/students. For more information, call 972.881.5830 or email tarnold@ccccd.edu .

Vocal Jazz Ensemble Festival UNT Jazz Singers II & Expressions
November 1, 8:00p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
Free and open to the public

Gala Concert with festival winners and special guest artist 5th Avenue
November 2, 8 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
This first-in-North-Texas jazz ensemble festival will begin on Friday, Nov. 1 with a special concert by the UNT Jazz Singers II and Expressions. Registered high school and college ensembles will work participate in clinics from 9 a.m. until 3p.m. Ensembles will then work with 5th Avenue. Winners will be announced at 4 p.m. and the winning ensembles will perform Saturday evening with 5th Avenue. $8/general admission, $5/student & seniors. For more information, call 972.881.5653 or email kmorgan@ccccd.edu .

2nd CCCCD Talent Show
November 15, 7 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
$5 admission
CCCCD students only may audition and winners will receive cash prizes. Sponsored by dance and choral music department instructors Tiffanee Arnold and Kathy Morgan, and student life director Cheri Jack. For more information, call Tiffanee Arnold (dance) at 972.881.5830 or email tarnold@ccccd.edu or Kathy Morgan (music) at 972.881.5653 or email kmorgan@ccccd.edu .

CCCCD Concert
November 22, 8 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
This fall concert features the CCCCD Chamber Singers, directed by Kathy Morgan, and the CCCCD Guitar Ensemble directed by Sabine Madriguera. The music will include repertoire from Gregorian chants, Madrigals, guitar and voice works. An electronic tape and voice piece will also be performed. For more information, call Kathy Morgan at 972.881.5653, email her at kmorgan@ccccd.edu or visit her web site at http://iws.ccccd.edu/kmorgan.

CCCCD Choral Concert
November 25, 8 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
This concert features the Chorale, directed by Kathy Morgan, and the Keyboard Ensemble, directed by Brian Allison. This concert is FREE. For more information, call Kathy Morgan at 972.881.5653, email her at kmorgan@ccccd.edu or visit her web site at http://iws.ccccd.edu/kmorgan.

Fall Dance Concert
December 4 - 5, 8 p.m.
Spring Creek Campus
Tickets available at the door. more information, call 972.881.5830 or email tarnold@ccccd.edu .

"The Learned Ladies" by Molière; translated by Richard Wilbur
December 5 - 15
Spring Creek Campus
Molière is generally considered to have been the greatest comic dramatist of France and the author of some of the most brilliant comedies in all of theatrical history. Indeed, he spent his career poking fun at anyone he felt had it coming . . . including doctors, lawyers, and the clergy; and the playwright believed that no one should be exempt from satire. In this rollicking comedy (Les Femmes Savantes) we meet some men and women who are obsessed with pseudo-intellectual pursuits, and some purveyors of the most vapid artistic pretensions, who consider traditional interests such as romance and marriage beneath them. Directed by Gail Cronauer.