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Beat Calendar 2/28-3/4

Announcement: The President’s Award for Student Public Art on Campus

This is an annual competition created by President Schwarz to encourage the display of student-made public art on campus. The president’s committee for the Public art on campus reviews the submitted proposals, and a stipend covers the cost of materials, fabrication, installation, and maintenance.

Applications Proposals are due Sunday, March 5th by midnight The committee responds to proposals by Friday, March 31st, notifying finalists. Selection of the Finalist and notification of the winning proposal will be announced by Friday, April 21, 2023. The recipient of the 2023 President’s Award for Student Public Art on Campus will be announced online and at the Annual Student Awards Ceremony at the end of the spring 2023 semester.

Please contact Hakan Topal, Associate Professor of New Media and Graphic Design at: with any questions or concerns.

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Broadview Lecture Series: The Making of a Principal Dancer in the World of Classical Ballet

Where: ADM 1001 (Buffer Room)

When: 4:30 PM

What: Ted T. Kivett talks about his journey as a principal ballet dancer.

For the Culture, By the Culture

Where: CMFT

When: 7 PM

What: Celebrate Black History Month with a night of performances.

Wednesday, March 1

FMS Screening Series: Serpents of the Pirate Moon

Where: CMFT 0065

When: 7 PM

What: Stop by for a screening of “Serpents of the Pirate Moon,” a film by Jean-Louis Jorges.

Disabled Students’ Union Meeting

Where: Multicultural Center

When: 7 PM - 8 PM

What: Stop by the Disabled Student’s Union meeting.

Lecture by Kiel Mutschelknaus

Where: VA 1016

When: 5 PM

What: Kiel Danger Mutschelknaus, a motion and generative designer from Maryland, talks about open source tools and kinetic-type experiments.

Friday, March 3

Conservatory of Dance Senior Project #6

Where: Dance Theater Lab

When: 7:30 PM

What: A dance piece performance featuring senior performers Carlos Franquiz, Saniyah Hall, Codelia King, Babou Sameh, and Jordaan Stoute.

Sextacy Workshop

Where: Fort Awesome

When: 4 PM

What: Students can play games and win prizes to test their knowledge before Sextacy night.

Sextacy: Hosted by SOCA

Where: The Stood

When: 10 PM

What: Stop by the Stood for SOCA’s annual Sextacy party.

Saturday, March 4

SOCA Anything but Clothes Party

Where: The Stood

When: 10 PM

What: Stop by for another SOCA party on Saturday!


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