- Cynthia Lin Exhibition "Seeing and Re-seeing" and upcoming talkAndrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
Cynthia Lin Exhibition "Seeing and Re-seeing"
March 1 - March 31, 2017
Gallery Talk: Friday, March 17th, 4pm
Reception: Friday, March 17, 4-6pm
- Wham Bam Exam-Cram JamSadler Center, Lodge 1
Come on down to Lodge 1 to hear the best big band in town play some sweet tunes!
- Winter ConcertPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
Admission: FREE for Students, children under 18, veterans, $10 general admission
Frederick Delius, A Walk to the Paradise Garden
Student Concerto Competition Winner
Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony No.4
- Appreciation of Chinese PoetryRowe House, Room 101
Appreciate the beauty of classical Chinese poetry and better understand Chinese philosophy through the rhymes, rhythm, and storytelling.
- “An American Musical Tourist: Piano Virtuoso Louis Moreau Gottachalk and The Banjo”Blow Memorial Hall, Room 201
Music in American Culture lecture series presents Laura Pruett, Associate Professor of Music (and Chair of the Department of Music) at Merrimack College in Boston
- Erhu WorkshopRowe House, Room 101
Learn to play the erhu, an ancient Chinese violin-like instrument and experience the classic sounds of China.
- Learn about the history of lynching in the South: Film Screening and DiscussionTucker Hall, 127 A (Theater)
Viewing and discussion of An Outrage: A documentary film about lynching in the American south.
- Tom Perriello Meet+Greet, Q&ASadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Come meet Tom Perriello, progressive candidate for Virginia Governor! As one of 2 states with an election this year, the Virginia governor's race a is crucial. Come hear Perriello's platform, ask hard-hitting questions, meet and chat with Perriello.
- EBA | Skype With An Entertainment Professional: Christian DamonTucker Hall, Room 111
Interested in pursuing a career in talent booking? If so, the Entertainment Business Association has the perfect networking opportunity for you! EBA will be Skyping with Christian Damon, a Junior Agent at Spin Artist Agency based in Los Angeles, CA.
- Chinese Cooking Class
Learn to cook delicious Chinese cuisine!
- Faculty Reading on THE EVIL ONETucker Hall, Tucker Theatre, Tucker 127A
THE EVIL ONE is a brand new anthology of short fiction and a love note to the career of Texas cult rocker Roky Erickson, originally of The 13th Floor Elevators. There will be readings from Tom Batten, Hermine Pinson, Andrew Blossom, and Brian Castleberry.
- AMP / Top O' the Mornin' to BrewSadler Center, Lodge 1
Golden tunes. Talented performers. Festive Decorations. Delicious snacks. All in all, a spectacular Homebrew full of W&M students and music awaits you!
Admission is as always free. The more the merrier in our opinion.
- Cynthia Lin Gallery Talk and ReceptionAndrews Hall, Andrews Gallery
Please join us for a talk by Cynthia Lin, whose exhibition "Seeing and Re-seeing" is currently in our Andrews Gallery until March 31st.
Friday, March 17th, 4-6pm
- Finding Doughry - Casino NightSadler Center, Chesapeake BCThe William & Mary Colony of Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. is hosting Finding Doughry, our Casino Night event. All the proceeds will go to ASHA for Education.
- Robert Quittmeyer's Senior RecitalEwell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)
- Williams & Mary Appalachian Music Ensemble ConcertEwell Hall, Recital Hall (Rm 107)
Members of the W&M Appalachian Music Ensemble will perform a concert of traditional old-time and bluegrass music.
Free and open to the public.
- W&M World's Fair 2017Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
The International Culture Exchange Organization (ICE) hosts the 2nd annual William & Mary World's Fair, a collaboration between multiple organizations to showcase and raise awareness of various cultures through performances!
- Lemon Project Annual Symposium Open Mic Performance NightSadler Center, Lodge 1
The Lemon Project seeks spoken word artists, freestyle rappers, poets, dancers, drummers, singers, other musicians, and expressive artists of any kind to perform in a night of memory and renewal for our Annual Spring Symposium on March 18, 2017.
- Third Annual William & Mary PowwowTrinkle Hall
Curious about Native American culture? Come to Trinkle Hall Sunday between 12 PM and 4:30 PM to experience authentic Native dancing, drumming, & singing at the Third Annual William & Mary Powwow!
- Discovery Lab: SharksVIMS - Catlett-Burruss Research and Education LabSharks are scary, fascinating, ancient, and diverse fishes, with more than 450 living species. Stop by our lab to learn more about these misunderstood creatures, the dangers they face, and how you can help! Waitlist now open.
- AMP/Movie Screening: SonitaSadler Center, Tidewater A
"Sonita" is a documentary that follows the story of 18 year old Sonita, a refugee from Afghanistan living in Tehran, who dreams of becoming a famous rapper. Her family, however, intends to sell her as a bride worth $9,000.
- A Mindfulness Walk: A Path to Health and Resilience (with a Faculty/Staff Focus)Wren Yard, Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to add something restorative to this month, this semester, this year? We invite everyone (particularly staff and faculty) to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking.
- March JazznessWren Building, Great HallCome enjoy a night of jazz in the Wren Building featuring jazz professors and students. Donations are accepted but the event is entirely free!
- Tack Faculty Lecture - The Illusion of ControlISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Theatre 1221
Peter Vishton, professor of psychology, will present "The Illusion of Control: Understanding and getting more out of your unconscious mind" on March 22, 2017 in Theatre 1221 of the new ISC3 (Integrated Science Center).
- "The Branding of the American Mind": Talk with Author Jacob Rooksby '04Swem Library, Ford Classroom
Join W&M Libraries for a discussion of higher education's love affair with intellectual property, in all its dimensions with author, Jacob Rooksby '04.
- Women's Leadership Summit Marketing CompetitionAlan B. Miller Hall
Celebrate International Women's Day with the 2017 Women's Leadership Summit Annual Marketing Competition!
- An Encore Mindfulness Walk: A Path to Health and Resilience (open to all)Wren Yard, Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to add something restorative to this month, this semester, this year? We invite everyone (particularly staff and faculty) to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking.
- "Alternate Realities" Victor Haskins faculty recitalEwell Hall
An epic evening of intense, improvisation-based, audiovisual performance centered around the themes of deception, oppression, and finding the truth.
- AMP / Blockbuster: MoonlightSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
AMP is proud to present this year's Oscar winner for Best Picture--Moonlight!
- 7th Grade Sketch Comedy presents: Corndog Millionaire!Campus Center, Little Theater
This Friday, $1.00 can grant you all the millions. 7G is having their last show of the year that will include exclusively all-new, original sketches, and we think you should see them
March 24th. Little Theater. 8pm. $1 Admission.
- The First William & Mary Yoyo ContestEwell Hall, Recital Hall
The First William & Mary Yoyo Contest brings together some of the best throwers in the eastern United States to a small, personal event for the benefit of Camp Kesem! All skill levels are welcome!
- Ewell Concert Series-Modern MusickWren Building, Great HallBaroque Ensemble Admission: Free
- A Historian's Response: Standoff at Standing RockOff-Campus, Stryker Center near the Williamsburg Public Library, Room 128
Join us for the first of our biannual lecture series at the Stryker Center to hear Professor of History, Andrew Fisher, discuss the crisis at Standing Rock. This event is free and open to the public with a discussion and Q&A to follow.
- Georgian Papers Programme Open HouseSwem Library, Botetourt Gallery
Join us for the Georgian Papers Programme Open House on Monday, March 27 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in Swem Library’s Botetourt Gallery.
- AMP / Marquee Speaker: Judy SmithPhi Beta Kappa (PBK) Memorial Hall
Judy Smith, crisis management specialist and the inspiration for the hit show Scandal, will speak about her life and career. Known for representing individuals such as Monica Lewinsky and Michael Vick, Smith has had an extensive and successful career.
- Ceramics Workshop with David EichelbergerCeramics Studio (Old Power Plant)
Two workshop times:
9:30am - noon
2:00pm - 4:30pm
Following the workshops will be an image presentation at 5pm.
- The Patrick Hayes Writers Series Presents Richard Lucyshyn and Jack ChristianTucker Hall, Tucker Theatre, Tucker 127A
Poets and William & Mary alumni Richard Lucyshyn and Jack Christian
- Digital Escapes: Our Journey in Digital Creation and ConsumptionSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Legendary game designer, director, and producer Todd Howard '93 will speak on his journey from W&M to the present. His credits include Fallout 3, Fallout 4, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
- TribeHacks IIISwem Library
TribeHacks is William & Mary's annual hackathon. It's a chance for students to come together for three days to learn some new stuff, build cool technologies, and win prizes.
- Feb11-Apr6Botticelli and the Search for the DivineMuscarelle Museum of Art
Between February 11 and April 6, the Muscarelle Museum of Art will be showcasing works by Sandro Botticelli (Florence, 1445-1510) in the most important Botticelli exhibition ever seen in the United States.
Admission is free with a W&M ID.
- Jan315:30pm-Apr116:30pmBeginner Sun Style TaijiSadler Center, Chesapeake B
Take 10 classes in beginner Sun Style Chinese Taiji with Stan Rockwell.
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