Arts Week Full of Events for All
Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013
Craig Law is the featured speaker at the Caine College of the Arts networking dinner. His work, along with former colleague R.T. Clark, is featured in a photography exhibit that can be seen in the Tippetts Exhibit Hall of the Chase Fine Arts Center.
Utah State University’s Caine College of the Arts is hosting its third annual Arts Week Jan. 22-26 for all to enjoy. Every year each college at Utah State University offers a highlight week, and this is the Caine College’s week to shine.
Events include the Aerial Angels, a masquerade ball, talent show and more. The entertainment and offerings are offered for USU students and community members alike.
“Arts Week is full of plenty of fun events geared for all ages and all walks of life,” said Meg Campbell, the ASUSU arts senator representing the Caine College. “There is something for everyone to attend and enjoy.”
This year’s Arts Week begins with the return of USU’s Got Talent — a university-wide talent show. The winner receives, along with bragging rights until next year’s competition, the coveted opportunity to perform his or her talent at the Grand Gala celebration Jan. 25. USU’s Got Talent II begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the Kent Concert Hall. Tickets are $5 cash only at the door.
“USU’s Got Talent is an opportunity for all USU students to showcase themselves and share a love of art,” said Campbell.
As per tradition, a networking dinner will be held Thursday, Jan. 24, at 5:30 p.m. The event gives students the opportunity to connect with successful USU alumni. This year’s dinner features former Department of Art and Design professor and department head Craig Law. Law and professor emeritus R.T. Clark are exhibiting their work in “An Exhibition by USU Emeritus Professors.” The Networking Dinner will be held in the Tippetts Exhibit Hall, located in the Chase Fine Arts Center. Admission for the networking dinner is $5 cash only at the door or $3 with a can of food.
As Arts Week comes to an end, students can celebrate in style at the Masquerade Ball Saturday, Jan. 26. Students should don their finest attire, and don’t forget a mask, then dance the night away on the Kent Concert Hall stage. Admission to the ball is cash only, $5 with a mask, $8 without. Masks will be available for $3 each.
For more information on Arts Week, visit the CCA Box Office in room 139-B in the Chase Fine Arts Center on USU’s campus, call 435-797-8022. Information is also online at the Caine College of the Arts Production Services website.
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