Arts & Culture / Mosaic / April 25, 2014

This weekend at Knox

Katherine Palumbo and Associate in Applied Music Ashlee Mack perform in the Kresge Recital Hall during their duo piano recital Friday, Sept. 28. The program contained many contemporary pieces and showcased a world premiere.  (Jason Deschamps/TKS)

Katherine Palumbo and Associate in Applied Music Ashlee Mack perform in the Kresge Recital Hall during their duo piano recital Friday, Sept. 28. The program contained many contemporary pieces and showcased a world premiere. (Jason Deschamps/TKS)

Friday, April 25

The five-minute skill share will take place at 4 p.m. as a part of Earth Week. Students, faculty and staff are welcome to present any and all skills. The event will take place on the Gizmo patio.

At 7 p.m., SHAG and Advocates for Choice will present a screening of “Orgasm Inc.” The documentary explores the medical industry and marketing campaigns as they relate to the moment of orgasm. The film will screen in the Round Room in CFA.

The Knox-Galesburg Symphony will present Professor of Music Bruce Polay at 7:30 p.m. at The Orpheum. Guests are invited to sit on stage as he performs works by Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Chopin and more.

Also at 7:30 p.m. is the performance of “The Devil is Bored” in Studio Theater. The play is senior Alyssa Gill‘s honors project. There will be mature themes and graphic content. For more information about those, email agill@knox.edu.

Union Board will present the Preferred Parking comedy show at 8 p.m. in Kresge Recital Hall. The show will feature two comedians with disabilities reflecting on their lifelong struggles in a positive and humorous light.

Saturday, April 26

The Bike Club will be hosting a bike ride to Green Oaks. The group will leave from the Old Jail at 10 a.m. and will camp overnight at Green Oaks. For more information, email senior Max Potthoff (mpotthof@knox.edu).

At 12 p.m., Earth Week will conclude with the Earth Day Festival. The event will feature a number of activities, including hula hooping, bubbles and tie dye. All booths will be on the Gizmo patio.

SASS will present the annual Take Back the Night speech and march starting at 7 p.m. in Harbach Theater. This year’s speaker is Wagatwe Wanjuki, a feminist activist who is a founding member of the Know Your IX Network. For more information, contact junior Allie Fry (afry@knox.edu).

Also at 7 p.m. will be a voice recital featuring seniors Jmaw Moses and Laurel Tippe and junior Erin Smith. The performance will take place in Kresge Recital Hall.

At 7:30 p.m., along with another performance of “The Devil is Bored,” there will also be another performance presented by the KGS. This will feature Clipper Erickson, a pianist who has performed in famous concert venues around the world, including Carnegie Hall.

Sunday, April 27

At 2 p.m., the Asian Student Association will sponsor an event for students to make their own spring rolls. The event will be held in the Taylor Lounge.

Chelsea Embree
Chelsea Embree is a senior majoring in creative writing and minoring in art history. She previously served as co-mosaic editor and as an arts and features reporter for TKS. During the summer of 2013, she served as a content intern at The St. Louis Beacon. Chelsea has studied under former Random House copy chief Sean Mills and taught writing as a teaching assistant for First-Year Preceptorial. An avid blogger, she has written extensively about youth in St. Louis and maintains a lively poetry and nonfiction blog on Tumblr. She is also the director of communications for Mortar Board and co-president of Terpsichore Dance Collective.

Tags:  advocates for choice alyssa gill asian student association bruce polay earth week Green Oaks kgs knox galesburg symphony orgasm inc orpheum preferred parking SASS SHAG spring rolls take back the night the devil is bored Union Board wagatwe wanjuki

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Chelsea Embree
Chelsea Embree is a senior majoring in creative writing and minoring in art history. She previously served as co-mosaic editor and as an arts and features reporter for TKS. During the summer of 2013, she served as a content intern at The St. Louis Beacon. Chelsea has studied under former Random House copy chief Sean Mills and taught writing as a teaching assistant for First-Year Preceptorial. An avid blogger, she has written extensively about youth in St. Louis and maintains a lively poetry and nonfiction blog on Tumblr. She is also the director of communications for Mortar Board and co-president of Terpsichore Dance Collective.




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