USD College of Fine Arts ready to shine with second USD Night at the Washington Pavilion on Jan 31
This event will showcase USD students in a dozen musical and theatrical ensembles at the Washington Pavilion’s Husby Performing Arts Center. Featured performances inside Mary W. Sommervold Hall include the Chamber Singers, Musical Theatre, USD Jazz Ensemble, USD’s Symphonic Band, the University Symphony Orchestra and USD Opera. Performances will feature scenes from USD productions of “Pippin,” “Death of a Salesman,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and “Little Shop of Horrors.” From 5 to 7 p.m. on the main floor lobby area, art students and faculty will showcase their talent in ceramics, printmaking, photography, graphic design, sculpture, painting, art history and travel abroad.
“This event is a great opportunity for the audience to witness firsthand the talent that resides within the USD College of Fine Arts,” stated Larry Schou, D.M.A., dean of the College of Fine Arts, who encourages everyone to come early to see the art demonstrations prior to the concert. “Sioux Falls is the cultural center for South Dakota, and it’s the second time that we’ve done this event (2013) where the USD College of Fine Arts is able to showcase our student and faculty talent.”
USD Night at the Washington Pavilion is free and open to the public, and it begins with a reception hosted by the USD Admissions Office from 5 to 7 p.m. on the second floor mezzanine level. Attendees can visit with current USD fine arts students and faculty, and meet representatives from USD’s other undergraduate colleges, including the College of Arts & Sciences, Beacom School of Business, School of Education and School of Health Sciences. Members of the USD Admissions Staff will also be available to answer questions and assist with the event.
To register a visit with admissions staff for USD Night at the Washington Pavilion, please visit http://admissions.usd.edu or call (605) 677-5434. More information about USD Night at the Washington Pavilion is also available online at www.usd.edu/finearts.
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