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Bower School of Music

Bower School of Music and the Arts

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Vision: Inspire  ♦  Create  ♦  Perform            Changing Lives Through the Power of the Arts.

 
VISION IN ACTION

The Wind Orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall on November 27.

Anne Carncross (theatre) and 16 theatre majors and minors (joined by approximately 20 students from LSHS) once again helped with the Southwest Florida International Airport's Full-Scale Emergency Drill in October. Students had the opportunity to test not only their acting skills as injured passengers and workers, but also their theatrical makeup skills in creating the horrific wounds needed as part of the drill that is staged every three years.

Several piano students, including Pedro Che and Jason Gomez, have recently performed as part of Koreshan State Historic Site's Music Series, which is open to the public.

Anica Sturdivant (Gallery Coordinator) juried and gave a talk at BIG Arts for their DiscARTed exhibition this past October and November.

Gerritt VanderMeer (theatre) hosts a free monthly podcast entitled The State of Shakespeare, available on iTunes.

Mary Voytek (art) serves as a Board member to the Sydney and Berne Davis Art Center.

Judy Evans (music) has been working in the Collier County Public Schools as the Orchestra Director; in Pinellas County, setting up a pre-kindergarten violin program; and in Hillesborough County doing a teacher/student workshop.

Anne Carncross (theatre) and her Stagecraft students volunteered for a combined 62 hours over 2 days on the build of a Habitat for Humanity home. Aside from helping with the creation of a home, the students were able to gain both tool and building experience they would not normally be provided due to space constraints.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS
Upcoming:
August 17-September 22, 2016
Inspired Collectors: Highlights from the Permanent Collection Exhibition*; Main Gallery, Arts Complex, FGCU Campus; This exhibition is free and open to the public
September 1 ~
5:00 p.m. Inspired Collectors: Highlights from the Permanent Collection Exhibition Round Table Discussion and Reception; Main Gallery, Arts Complex, FGCU Campus; This event is free and open to the public
September 22 ~
7:30 p.m. Enchanting Violin Faculty & Guest Artist Series Concert; U. Tobe Recital Hall, Music Building, FGCU Campus; Tickets will be available for this event beginning August 1, 2016.

 

*Gallery hours are M-F from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and until 7:00 p.m. on Thursday.

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