BSC Visual and Performing Arts Calendar
Hybrid artist Jenny Hager will open a month-long exhibition of her work in the Durbin Gallery on Oct. 3, accompanied by an iron pour; Halloween will be celebrated on the Hilltop with musical mayhem, featuring an Organ Spooktacular at 9 p.m. in the Hill Recital Hall; and Carrie: the Musical, will be performed by BSC theatre students Oct. 30-Nov. 2. These are just a few highlights from the dozens of performances and visual art events that will be presented through the academic year. The complete calendar is available here.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Sept. 15 - Oct. 15
Birmingham-Southern is celebrating the month with music, art presentations, thought-provoking lectures, panel discussions, and more. Most events are free and open to the public. Click here for the flyer.
Hilltop Weekend Reunion 2014
We invite you to put on your gold and black finest and join the festivities. This year, we'll be celebrating on the Hilltop with Ecofest (info below), a shrimp boil with the annual iron pour, Homecoming football game vs. Sewanee, and much more. Register here: www.alumni.bsc.edu.
Sept. 30 - 11 a.m.
Matthew Mielke, BSC professor of theatre arts, will share with the campus his experiences in rediscovering watercolor painting.
Red Cross Blood Drive
Oct. 1 - 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Norton Center SGA room
Please show your support and donate! Sign up for an appointment.
Oct. 2 - 5:30 p.m.
Bruno Great Hall
Enjoy a harvest supper by Whole Foods and Birmingham Chef Franklin Biggs, great libations, and both a live and silent auction during Ecofest 2014, which benefits the Southern Environmental Center. This year's event will celebrate 20 years of the SEC and will honor Dr. Neal Berte, Stewart Dansby, and Ken Jackson for their contributions to its establishment. Discount tickets are available to BSC alumni only for a limited time ($150 for two tickets at www.alumni.bsc.edu/ecofest2014); general tickets are $100.
Second Line Art ExhibitionBA397 Speaker Series
Hybrid artist Jenny Hager, an associate professor of sculpture at the University of North Florida, will present her art installation in conjunction with the Annual Art Students League/Sloss Furnaces iron pour. An opening reception for the exhibit and an iron pour will be held this Friday from 5-8 p.m. at the gallery. The Herb Trotman Band will entertain during the event.
Oct. 3 - 11:30 a.m.
The Business Department will host its first speaker of the series, Brad Spencer '86, COO of Blondin Bioscience LLC. Spencer earned an accounting degree with honors from BSC.