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Featured Events

Exhibition:  From Clinton's Big Ditch to Dewey's Thruway - 200 Years Along the Erie Canal
Tuesday, September 19

On July 4, 1817, ground was broken for a 363-mile canal to carry people and products from the Hudson River at Albany to the western frontier in Buffalo....

Aromatic Landscapes: Unseen Terrain
Tuesday, September 19

Theinstallation is created by Oklahoma-based Kathleen Faubert and features the aromas of different landscapes of locations in the United States. The artist...

Tuesday Pipes
Tuesday, September 19

Enjoy a 25-minute organ concert at Christ Church.

Talk: China’s Giant Panda: Symbol of Nation and Nature
Tuesday, September 19

E. Elena Songster Saint Mary’s College of California Associate Professor of History As one of the most broadly recognized and adored animals, the giant...

Fringe Festival: Table Top Opera 'Within the Quota'
Tuesday, September 19

A multimedia production featuring moving images and chamber arrangements of music by Cole Prter and TableTopOpera. A panel discussion on immigration...

Brian Wilson Presents Pet Sounds: The Final Performances with Special Guests Al Jardine & Blondie Chaplin
Tuesday, September 19

Brian Wilson, the Grammy-winning mastermind of the Beach Boys’ groundbreaking Pet Sounds record, performs the album in its entirety for one night only in...

Kilbourn Concert Series - Sō Percussion
Tuesday, September 19

For over a decade, Sō Percussion has redefined the modern percussion ensemble as a flexible, omnivorous entity, pushing its voice to the forefront of...

Book Drive at the Burgett Intercultural Center and the Language Center
Wednesday, September 20

Clean off your bookshelves and donate your books on: Identity, Diversity, LGBTQ, Languages, Foreign Languages textbooks and Intercultural/International books.

Kiyochika & Japan, Transformed: Prints from the Arthur Miller Collection
Wednesday, September 20

August 25–December 10, 2017 The exhibition Kiyochika and Japan, Transformed showcases over 30 color woodblock prints by Kobayashi Kiyochika (1847-1915), who...