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Sunday, February 24th, 2013

Events Starting on This Day:
Sun., Feb 24, 4:00pm
University of Evansville Feb. 24. The Evansville Jazz Society brings numerous well-known jazz artists to the Evansville community through this annual concert series. Past appearances include Pat Harbison, Jamey Aebersold, and Dick Sisto Quintet. Wheeler Concert Hall, UE, 1800 Lincoln Ave....
Continuing Events:
Sat., Jan 5 - Sat., Dec 7 @ 9:00am
Keep Evansville Beautiful Jan. 5-Dec. 7. Started last year by Mayor Lloyd Winnecke and nonprofit organization Keep Evansville Beautiful, the Clean Evansville Initiative takes place on the first Saturday of each month. Volunteers spend two hours picking up trash in designated...
Fri., Jan 18 - Fri., May 10
John James Audubon Museum Jan. 18-May 10. Beginning to advanced artists are invited to participate in all-day Artist Retreats once a month. Bring your own artwork and supplies. Lunch will be potluck. Special speakers and noon programs vary monthly. Pre-registration is...
Sat., Jan 19 - Sun., Mar 17
University of Southern Indiana Jan. 19-March 17. Contemporary Chinese Painting and Design by Huili Yi, professor of art and dean of the Academy of Fine Arts of Minzu University of China (MUC) and an award-winning stamp designer, will be on display...
Sat., Jan 19 - Sun., Mar 17
The figurative paintings and stamp designs of Huili Yin will be on display at the University of Southern Indiana’s Kenneth P. McCutchan Art Center/Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace Galleries from Jan. 18 to March 17. A free public reception...
Thu., Jan 31 - Fri., Jun 14
Reggio Children Jan. 31-June 14. In collaboration with the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance, Reggio Children, an organization promoting the rights of kids, presents this traveling exhibit to showcase the values and ideals of the Reggio Emilia approach to teaching...
Fri., Feb 1 - Wed., Feb 27
Jasper Community Arts Commission Feb. 1-27. This series of graphite drawings functions as a meditation on identity and gender politics as influenced by popular culture. A reception takes place Feb. 7 from 5-8 p.m., featuring Blue Heron Winery and a musical...
Fri., Feb 8 - Sun., Feb 24
Evansville Civic Theatre Feb. 8-9, 15-17, and 22-24. A Pulitzer Prize-winning play, the most recent Broadway revival of Three Days of Rain featured actors Julia Roberts, Paul Rudd, and Bradley Cooper. In the performance, main character Walker discovers a journal written...
Sun., Feb 10 - Sun., Mar 10
The Main Gallery of the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science will feature a solo exhibition of the ceramic work of Indiana University Associate Professor of Art Malcolm Mobutu Smith. Sponsored by Indiana University Alumni Association Greater Evansville Chapter;...
Fri., Feb 15 - Sun., Feb 24
University of Evansville February 15-17, 21-24. Wendy Wasserstein, winner of the 1989 Tony Award for Best Play and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, presents this comedic and poignant play about the Baby Boom generation’s coming of age. The performance follows main...
Thu., Feb 21 - Sun., Apr 7
John James Audubon Museum Feb. 21-April 7. Audubon State Park is hosting an era of exhibits and events for 2013 celebrating its 75th year. “Celebrating 75 Years of Audubon” will be the first exhibit of the grand celebration. The invitational display...
Thu., Feb 21 - Sat., Mar 2
Set in a lush period of British history teeming with bawdiness and social intrigue, Kynaston, the most famous portrayer of female roles, plots his revenge after his career is ruined by the King’s decree allowing women to act on the...
Fri., Feb 22 - Sun., Feb 24
Come share ideas, form teams, and launch startups. After a successful Startup Weekend 2012 — the first to be held in this region — the USI College of Business is again hosting an opportunity for budding entrepreneurs to make their...
Fri., Feb 22 - Fri., Mar 1
University of Southern Indiana Feb. 22-March 1. “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992” by Anna Deavere Smith is a documentary drama based on eyewitness accounts of the 1992 Rodney King trial and verdict. Smith uses direct statements made by those who experienced the...