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Saturday10/19
10:00 am12:00 pm
CASE Workshop: Collaborative Negotiations (Canceled)

The Center for Art & Social Engagement (CASE) welcomes Lillian Warren, president of Warren Insight, to campus to host the Culture of Collaborative Leadership Workshops Series. The nine-week series of workshops are designed to provide attendees with the tools to strengthen networks and build potential in creative communities.

Collaborative Negotiations, the second in the series of workshops, is a highly participatory workshop for artists, arts administrators and community leaders focuses on collaborative negotiations.

12:00 pm
Barton Creek Greenbelt Climbing

Find your next adventure with CRWC Outdoor Adventure with Barton Creek Greenbelt Climbing. Attend a pre-trip meeting Oct. 19. The registration deadline is Oct. 11.

2:00 pm4:00 pm
The Nest

When you take a seat at the bar called The Nest, no conversation is off-limits. But this cozy, feisty hangout is put to the test when a stranger walks in with a lucrative proposition. Written by Pulitzer Prize finalist and UH Distinguished Professor of Playwriting Theresa Rebeck, this explosive comedy holds a cracked mirror up to friendships, romantic relationships and the state of our divided nation.

3:00 pm5:00 pm
SanTana’s Fairy Tales Exhibition

The regional premiere of KGMCA-PRH Fellow Sarah Raphael Garcia’s SanTana’s Fairy Tales, a visual art installation, oral history and storytelling project.

5:00 pm8:00 pm
Paul Mpagi Sepuya Opening Reception

Paul Mpagi Sepuya makes photographs of friends, artists, collaborators and himself that challenge the history of photography and deconstruct traditional portraiture through layering, fragmentation, mirror imagery and the perspective of the black, queer gaze.

5:00 pm8:00 pm
Jacqueline Nova: Creación de la Tierra Opening Reception

JacquelineNova was one of Latin America’s most important avant-garde and experimental musicians of the 20th century. Her rarely exhibited 1972 work “Creación de la Tierra” (Creation of the Earth), which was created by sonically altering a series of recordings of chants by the indigenous U’wa peoples of Northeastern Colombia, is presented as an immersive sound installation.

7:30 pm10:00 pm
Opera: Orpheus in the Underworld

While we may aspire to live with the gods in the heavens, hell is a LOT more fun. This satirical operetta takes the stuffing out of Greek mythology and proves that nothing is sacred in this wickedly funny production.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
The Nest

When you take a seat at the bar called The Nest, no conversation is off-limits. But this cozy, feisty hangout is put to the test when a stranger walks in with a lucrative proposition. Written by Pulitzer Prize finalist and UH Distinguished Professor of Playwriting Theresa Rebeck, this explosive comedy holds a cracked mirror up to friendships, romantic relationships and the state of our divided nation.