There will be a drop in session to ask faculty questions regarding plagiarism, citations and academic integrity. Refreshments will be available.
Visit the Friends of the UNI Museum store to purchase fair trade objects from across the world including jewelry, textiles and artwork.
Rod Library will host GeoCache for College Cash. Refreshments will be provided.
The Northern Iowa Wind Quintet will perform Carl Nielsen's "Woodwind Quintet" and Panther Bassoons will perform Anton Reicha's "Trio for Three Cellos."
Green Project will host a recycled art display. Members compiled a series of art meant to promote environmentally-friendly thinking. Each piece of art symbolizes a facet of our natural world that is impacted by human activity, which in turn is represented by a string of trash bags that is interwoven throughout the display.
Scott Cawelti will share James Hearst's poems that he has put to music from his CD "Landscape Iowa." Faculty, staff, students and community members are invited.
Omega Winds will perform Paul Hindemith's "Kleine Kammermusik," and another group performing Walter Piston's "Three Pieces for Wind Trio."
Eco+House is an interdisciplinary eco-art course aiming to creatively build environmental awareness and positive change. This eco-active exhibition highlights each student’s research into a chosen ecological issue and its impact on the local community. The students have turned statistics, graphs,interviews, fieldwork and personal interactions into a range of works that cross art disciplines and engage with the audience in powerful, surprising and touching ways.
This exhibition has been created by spring 2016 EcoHouse students in partnership with the UNI Museum and UNI CARES. The inaugural performances will occur from noon to 3 p.m., in Maucker Union, and at 3:30 p.m. in the UNI Museum, Wednesday, March 30. Performances and participatory works will be scheduled throughout the exhibit’s duration.
Follow UNI CARES on Instagram @UNIsustain, and share your experience with #UNICARES and #UNIecohouse
Deborah Elizabeth Whaley will discuss her new book "Black Women in Sequence: Re-inking Comics, Graphic Novels and Anime." This book explores graphic novel production and comic book fandom, looking in particular at African, African-American and multiethnic women as deployed in television, film, animation, gaming and print representations of comic book and graphic novel characters.
Rod Library will host "Gaming in Color", a documentary film about LGBTQ issues in the gaming industry The film focuses on lesbian, gay, transgender and queer issues in video games, gaymer culture and events, and the rise of queer themes in gaming.