PITT ARTS

Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!

UPCOMING FREE ARTS ENCOUNTERS:

1. Yoko Suzuki and Band: Artful Wednesdays
2. My Perfect Body: A James Elkins Talk
3. The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity
4. Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo with Sarah Plum, violin


1. Yoko Suzuki and Band: Artful Wednesdays
Wednesday, January 25
Nordy’s Place – Lower Level William Pitt Union
12-1 PM


Suzuki is a stunning alto saxophonist, and her band has that sound that you would hear in a New York jazz club. However she is faculty in Pitt's jazz program, and so you get to see and hear her right at Pitt!

Free Lunch! No need to sign up, just show up and bring all your friends.
Lunch is limited. Valid Pitt Oakland campus ID required.

February 1: CEEMI (Collaborative Experiential Electronic Musical Instrument)

2. My Perfect Body: A James Elkins Talk
The Andy Warhol Museum
Friday, January 20
Meeting Time: 5:05 PM
Estimated End Time: 8:30 PM

Come hear acclaimed art historian of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago James Elkins speak about the representation of the body in contemporary and postmodern art. In conjunction with the “Andy Warhol My Perfect Body” exhibition, Elkins helps us understand how Warhol’s work demonstrates problems of abstraction and body image.

Learn more about the impact of Andy Warhol in this compelling program.

Enjoy dinner with us at Atria’s before the lecture.

3. The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity
Barebones Productions
Friday, January 27
Meeting Time: 6:10 PM
Estimated End Time:10:40 PM

Kristoffer Diaz's award-winning play is a comedy about wrestling, geopolitics, and raisin bread. In the larger-than-life world of professional wrestling, as in life, it’s tough to voice your own identity over the roar of the crowd.

Join us for a Thai Place dinner before the show!

4. Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo with Sarah Plum, violin
Music On the Edge
Saturday, January 28
Meeting Time: 5:15 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:30 PM

Described as "beyond brilliant," the Bugallo-Williams Piano Duo will perform contemporary classical music, along with adventurous indie violinist Sarah Plum performing pieces for violin and electroacoustic sound by exciting Pitt composer Eric Moe and more.

Dinner at Atria's before the concert!
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