The University of the South will host its ninth annual Campus Gallery Walk from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, Nov. 2.
Come to the University Art Gallery to experience Allegiance, award-winning artist Diedrick Brackens’ allusive and thoughtful exploration of identity and symbols in woven cotton tapestries.
Consider landscape as a place and as an idea in Mary Stuart Hall’s two-channel video and sound installation Sympathetic Dissonance in the Carlos Gallery of the Studio Art Building.
As part of the celebration of “50 Years of Women” at Sewanee, celebrate the legacy of women on campus with Skirts and Gowns in the Museum Gallery, William R. Laurie Archives and Special Collections (curated by Easter semester 2019 “Introduction to Museum Studies” students), and catch up with the accomplishments of classmates at the Alumnae Arts Showcase in Spencer Commons.
Dance and musical performances inspired by the exhibitions and featuring students from the Departments of Music and Theatre and Dance will take place in multiple locations on campus.
The event is free and open to the public.
Performances in the University Art Gallery, the Museum Gallery of Archives and Special Collections, and the Carlos Gallery will take place at 10, 10:30, 11, and 11:30 a.m.
Kerry Ginger, assistant professor of music, will perform in the Museum Gallery, accompanied by Zach Zwahlen on keyboard, and by student dancer Adelle Dennis and others. Sewanee students Alexa Dudley (voice), Cameron Noel (dance), and Caleb Thorn (percussion) will perform in the UAG. Student dancer Robin Kate Davis will perform in the Carlos Gallery.
Performances in the lobby of Guerry Auditorium, in Spencer Commons, and in the Lytle Reading Room of Archives and Special Collections will take place at 10:15, 10:45, 11:15, and 11:45 a.m.
Student harpist Molly Morgan will perform in the lobby of Guerry Auditorium. Students Ally Nicotera (violin) and Jenna Whitehead (cello) will perform in Spencer Commons. The first-year students of “Memory, History, and Story – Site Specific Devised Performance” will perform two plays—Ecce Quam Ghostum and A Seat at the Table—in the Lytle Reading Room of Archives and Special Collections. (Please note, Ecce Quam Ghostum will run at 10:15 and 11:15, and A Seat at the Table at 10:45 and 11:45 a.m.)