SPB presents: Drag Show
Tuesday, April 30, 4:30 p.m.
112 S. Michigan Ave.
The Student Programming Board is proud to present SAIC’s First Annual Spring Drag & Burlesque Show. This event is designed to promote student performance and creative expression, while also serving to celebrate the diversity of gender and identity expression at SAIC. Come be a part of a new SAIC tradition!
Featuring Guest Performers:
Precious Jewel (Host)
Mister Junior (Vaudezilla member and SAIC alumnus)
RedRum (SAIC Fashion Administrative Director, Michelle Maynard)
Saturday, April 20, 7:00 p.m.
SAIC Performance Space
280 S. Columbus Dr.
Featuring work by: Justus Harris, Courtney Mackedanz, and Emily Cruz Nowell
Guest MCs: Mitsu Salmon and Keijaun Thomas
Please mark your calendars and join us for SAIC’s Undergraduate Performance Festival. Admission is free and open to the public.
SAIC’s First Annual Spring Drag & Burlesque Show!
Happening April 30 (during Crit Week) in the Maclean Ballroom, the First Annual Spring Drag & Burlesque Show will be an exciting chance to showcase the variety of student performance while celebrating the diversity of gender and identity expression at SAIC.
The Show is open for all student, faculty, and staff performances. Interested performers please visit https://engage.saic.edu/ to fill out a short proposal application!
*** Friday, April 13 ***
280 S. Columbus Dr.
In this end-of-year exhibition first-year students from the Department of Contemporary Practices have the opportunity to propose and create site-specific work to be presented in and around SAIC’s Columbus building.
The exhibition runs through April 27.
SAIC Performance Space, 280 S. Columbus Drive, room 012
In conjunction with the ARTBASH 2012 exhibition, Contemporary Practices students present live performance and sound works, all created in courses taught as part of the first year experience.
Undergraduate Performance Festival
Columbus Drive Building, 280 S. Columbus Dr., performance space, room 012
Undergraduate students completing their degrees in Performance at SAIC present their thesis work in these not-to-be-missed programs that blur the boundaries between theater, movement, and the visual arts.
February 11, 18, and 25 3:00–5:00 p.m.
Columbus Drive Building, 280 S. Columbus Dr., Performance Space, room 012
The Performance Exchange Group will be conducting a series of workshops in the month of February.
These workshops will be lead by multiple MFA performance students and are free and open to all SAIC students.
Terence Hannum (MFA 2004) will be performing in “Broadcast against Recording” at De La Cruz Collection: Contemporary Art Space in Miami, Florida. The event takes place Saturday July 9, 2011 from 7-10pm.