The University Players’ 65th season promises to be the theatre company’s biggest and most exciting yet.
The School of Creative Arts (SoCA) has collaborated with Art Windsor-Essex (AWE) to create reproductions of the façade panels from artist Sara Graham’s public art commission, On the Other Side of Tomorrow for the Gordie Howe International Bridge's Canadian Port of Entry in Windsor.
Professor emeritus Philip Adamson will perform three Beethoven piano sonatas Friday to complete the cycle.
An online session for UWindsor alumni March 14 will offer information on Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch funding program.
The work of the Butterfly Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network is the subject of a presentation Thursday.
Students in the Visual Arts and the Built Environment — VABE — program invite the public to an exhibition of their first-year projects. Entitled Inception, the exhibition is on display through Saturday, March 11, at the School of Creative Arts Gallery in the Armouries building at 37 University Ave. East.
A reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 10, will be a semi-formal event with appetizers, desserts, and refreshments. Enter the Armouries from the University Ave. entrance.
The CBC Radio program Ideas will deliver a national audience this week to a documentary by film faculty members Kim Nelson and Nick Hector.