Alumni in the Arts Calendar

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Alumni in the Arts Calendar Guidelines

The Alumni in the Arts Calendar is offered as an outlet for Grinnell alumni artists to publicize their events and activities. Unless otherwise stated in the event listing, the events are not sponsored or otherwise supported by Grinnell College or the Office of Development and Alumni Realtions. Neither the College nor this office assumes responsibility for the accuracy of the listing. Accuracy of the listing is entirely the responsibility of the artist submitting the information. For the most up-to-date information on an event, please check the venue's link provided in the listing.

Event Submission and Approval Process
Artists submit events electronically to the calendar manager for posting consideration. Once approved, events are posted within 2-3 business days. The calendar manager reserves the right to edit information to enhance consistency, clarity, and format. Please use our calendar submission web form to submit your information. 

Event Updates and Cancellations
Artists assume all responsibility for notifying the calendar manager of updates, postponements, or cancelations of events. The calendar manager may be reached at kuhlmang@grinnell.edu.


Alumni in the Arts Calendar for 2014

§ 103rd Associated Artists of Pitsburgh Annual Exhibition, June 1-Aug. 31,The Westmoreland Museum of American Art @rt30, 4764 State Route 30, Greensburg, PA. 

Carolyn Frischling '86 s a selected artist in the exhibition. The Associated Artists of Pittsburgh was founded in 1910 and is the second oldest artist group in the country. Artists Mary Cassatt, Phillip Pearlstein, and Andy Warhol were members. The 2014 exhibition was juried by Barbara L. Jones, Chief Curator of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art.  For more information about the exhibition, visit http://www.wmuseumaa.org/museum/exhibitions.cfm.


§ Indiana Repertory Theatre, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Sept. 19-Oct. 19, 2014, 140 W. Washington, Indianapolis, IN. 

Andrew Hopson '86 is composer and sound designer on Indiana Rep's production of Shakespeare's comedy "The Two Gentlemen of Verona." This will be the third production of the play that he has scored, one while he was in grad school at the University of Minnesota and the other at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in 1996. For more information about the production, visit irtlive.com.