One of the newest art exhibits in town, on display at the Octagon Center for the Arts in downtown Ames, features 74 pieces chosen as part of a national juried exhibit. The 45th National Clay, Fiber, Paper, Glass, Metal and Wood Exhibition opened to the public on January 25, and will be on display until April 27.
Erin McKeown shatters stereotypes. She does not listen to music very much nor does she fall into one category of music.
By Julia Ferrell Ames247 Staff Writer Mason Tyer, sophomore in performing arts and philosophy, plays a role in the newest ACToRS production, “Not Now, Darling.” The show will be held at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 1,2, 8 and 9 at 2 p.m. Feb. 10 Q: What is your role in “Not Now, Darling?” A: My role is [...]
The 2013 Live @ Veishea band lineup has been released.
While there are several museums on campus, a few are getting ready to release new exhibits for the spring semester. Not only are the exhibits on campus free, although each suggest a donation of $3, but they’re also a way to experience the works of local artists.
2013 will be a big year for Sharika “Soal” Sawer. Though Sawer will be away from Ames for a majority of this year, she will always remember her hometown.
Kiersten Naberhaus, senior in English education, is preparing for the theater department’s Directing I class 10 Minute Play festival, which will be held in the M-Shop on Monday and Tuesday. Naberhaus and other students in the class each directed their own play, and worked with other student actors.
Taylor Clemens, senior in performing arts, will be presenting his senior seminar, “SeussaPOElooza,” this weekend in 2140 Pearson. Friday’s performance will take place at 11:59 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
By Ames247 Staff [View the story "Homecoming 2012- Cytennial" on Storify]
The role of musicians and celebrities has played a part in politics and voting for years, and this election season is no different.