Lily Kuonen will host a free public postcard-making workshop created from her Mail Art Project.
Month: October 2018
The program will include selections from Mark Hayes Requiem, Ralph Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem, Paul Aitken’s setting of John McCrae’s famous poem, “In Flanders Fields,” and readings by John Taylor, Ph.D., Adams State professor of theatre, from the war poetry written by Wilfred Owen, a British soldier who died one week before the signing of the armistice.
“It began with a small display of “Ofrendas” or “Altares” and decorations on the hall outside of the Foreign Language faculty offices. In the last few years, we collaborated with the Catholic Church, who allows the use of their stage and gymnasium,” Rayas Solís said.
Enjoy drumming, courtesy of the Alpine Backbeats Drumline, and watch the flames lick up black powder as an opening act to the actual hot liquid bronze pour.
“Although I learned a good amount of history and education leadership, I also found out more about myself, which I believe has made all the difference in my place in society in helping students,” Gagliardi said.
The concert will feature several popular pieces such as J.S Bach’s “Air” from Orchestral Suite No.3, a Bach chorale from his B Minor Mass, Aaron Copland’s Waltz from Billy the Kid and Edward Grieg’s monumental Concerto for Piano and Orchestra with William Lipke, D.M.A., as the concerto soloist.
Día de los Muertos is a traditional Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico particularly in the Central and Southern regions and by others of Mexican Heritage throughout the world.
Adams State is in partnership with the University of Colorado-Boulder and their Colorado European Union Center (CEUC).
Professors Glenn and Abeyta will discuss the impacts on tax filers.
“We were surprised and pleased to receive the Willis Fassett Jr. Award Willis Fassett Jr. Award,” Wayne said. “We do not think our efforts were anything special.”