Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natasha Trethewey, the 19th Poet Laureate of the United States and Knox’s 2014 Commencement speaker, will read from her four poetry collections.
Tuesday, April 21
Petrovich Atrium (2nd Floor)
Her reading is the keynote address for Galesburg’s annual Sandburg Days Festival. Trethewey will read selections [...]
RE/Print art from re-purposed printed materials
Contest submission: through April 12
Exhibition: April 13-18
Opening Reception: April 16, 4:30 p.m.
The contest in brief:
1. Create artwork using discarded books, discarded articles, magazines, phone books, or other printed materials that have passed “viable” lifespan.
2. Additional formats, themes, media are open.
Dear Knox Community,
The Diversity Committee of Student Senate, in collaboration with the Department of Art and Art History, is sponsoring an exhibit of art works exploring themes of identity and intersectionality.
The exhibit will open in the CFA Gallery on April 26. We encourage all Knox artists to submit relevant works by bringing [...]
From Stuart Allison:
Prairie Fire: It is spring and Knox’s fancy turns to thoughts of … burning the prairies. We will continue with the safety protocol developed in 2013. I have been working with a group of students who have been instructed in safe burning practices. Only those trained students will be permitted to actually [...]
Mark your calendars for April 9-11, and experience the excitement, artistry, and energy of the Knox-Rootabaga Jazz Festival.
Thanks to the hard work of numerous students and music lovers, ‘Baga continues its commitment to bringing world-class jazz to the area, and represents a unique partnership between Knox College, the Galesburg community, and local music and [...]
The Knox-Galesburg Symphony will feature KGS principal flute Carol Neuleib at its Saturday, March 28 concert beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the Orpheum Theatre, in Galesburg.
Under the direction of KGS artistic director/conductor Bruce Polay, the KGS will perform Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Sinfonietta on Russian Themes,” Opus 31 and Telemann’s “Alster” Overture in F Major for Four [...]
Returning from a week-long concert tour of Italy, the
Knox Choir presents its Home Tour Concert at 7:30 p.m.,
Friday, March 27 in Kresge Recital Hall, Ford Center for the Fine Arts.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Directed by Laura Lane, professor of music and director of choral
Library Hours – Finals
Monday 3/9 – Saturday 3/14 (8am-2am)
Sunday 3/15 (8am-11pm)
Science & Math Library
Monday 3/9 – Saturday 3/14 (8am-midnight)
Sunday 3/15 (8am-10:30pm)
Library Hours – Spring Break
Monday, 3/16-Friday, 3/20 (8:30am-5pm)
Saturday, 3/21-Sunday, 3/22 CLOSED
You are invited: Friday, March 6, at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Room, Old Main, for a Caxton Club featuring Beth Marzoni and Monica Berlin.
Berlin & Marzoni’s collaborations have appeared in more than a dozen journals, including Boston Review, Colorado Review, Denver Quarterly, DIAGRAM, Meridian, New Orleans Review, & Water~Stone Review. Their poetry [...]
You are invited to join the students of HIST 269c: History of Birth Control and Reproduction in the United States, in welcoming Diana Whitten, director of Vessel, to campus on Wednesday, March 4.
What: Screening of the movie Vessel (88 minutes), followed by a Q&A with director Diana Whitten
When: 7 p.m., Wednesday March [...]
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