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2010-11 Lindsey Wilson Cultural Affairs Series

By Duane Bonifer, Director of Public Relations
News from Lindsey Wilson College


Columbia, KY- Music, art and history are the major themes of the 2010-11 Lindsey Wilson College Cultural Affairs Series.

From September through early May, the series will feature a total of 16 concerts, recitals, talks and other special events. It will also feature a production of Steel Magnolias by the Lindsey Wilson Players under the direction of Robert Brock, artistic director of Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave.

This year's Lindsey Wilson cultural affairs calendar also includes two special exhibits by the Kentucky Historical Society in the college's Katie Murrell Library -- "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition: Kentuckians and World War II" and "Corsets, Croquet, and Crusades: Kentucky Women's Lives, 1889-1914."


With the exception of the production of Steel Magnolias, the events are free and open to the public.

"Lindsey Wilson is pleased to once again offer more than a dozen cultural events to the residents of Southcentral Kentucky," said LWC Cultural Affairs Chair Phil Hanna. "Each event offers a unique perspective about life, and we hope people will take advantage of them."


The 2010-11 Lindsey Wilson College
Cultural Affairs schedule:

  • Concert: "American Impressions" Brass Roots Trio at 7pmCT, Friday, September 17, 2010. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 Blue Raider DR, Columbia, KY.

  • Performance: "Leaps and Bounds -- Faith, Ecology and the Global Economy" A One-Woman Performance by Tevyn East. 7pmCT, October 26, 2010. Norma and Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship, 402 Helen Flatt DR, Columbia, KY.

  • Library Exhibit: "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition: Kentuckians and World War II" October 1-31, Katie Murrell Library, 235 Holloway DR, Columbia, KY. Kentucky Historical Society Museums to Go Exhibit

  • Concert: John Salmon Jazz Trio. 7pmCT, March 24, 2011. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 Blue Raider DR, Columbia, KY

  • Concert: Martin Jones, classical pianist. 7pmCT -- March 29, 2011. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 South Blue Raider Drive

  • Talk: "True Tales of Old-Time Kentucky Politics -- Bombast, Burgoo and Bourbon." Berry Craig, professor of history, West Kentucky Community and Technical College. 7pmCT, April 7, 2011. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 South Blue Raider Drive

  • Reading: Girl Trouble: Stories. Holly Goddard Jones, Kentucky author 7pmCT, April 12, 2011. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 Blue Raider Drive

  • Talk: "Kentuckians as Storytellers: So Are You Writing Yours Down?" Georgia Green Stamper, Kentucky writer, memoirist and essayist. 7pmCT. Tuesday April 26, 2011. W.W. Slider Humanities Center Recital Hall, 155 Blue Raider Drive. Sponsored by the Columbia Women's Club & Kentucky Humanities Council

  • Concert: Lindsey Wilson Choral Concert with the Louisville Symphony May 1, 2010. Time and place TBA

  • Concert: Lindsey Wilson Spring Band Concert, 7pmCT, May 5, 2011. Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard DR, Columbia, KY
For more information about the 2010-11 Lindsey Wilson Cultural Affairs Series, contact LWC Cultural Affairs Chair Phil Hanna at hannap@lindsey.edu or (270) 384-8250.From September through early May, the series will feature a total of 16 concerts, recitals, talks and other special events. It will also feature a production of Steel Magnolias by the Lindsey Wilson Players under the direction of Robert Brock, artistic director of Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave.


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