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BMO Harris Noon Concert Series - February
Feb 5    Sam and Stas
Feb 12Philomusica
Feb 19The Kal Bergendahl Project
Feb 26MLK Celebration


by Lisa Loomer
Feb 19-20 at 7:30 pm  |  Feb 21 at 2 pm
Studio A

What's wrong with nine-year-old Jesse? Is Jesse dysfunctional, or just different? A hilarious, provocative, and poignant look at a modern family and an epidemic dilemma: Are we so tuned into our 24/7 info-rich world that we've tuned out what really matters?
Free - A FreshINK Staged Reading

Hedda Gabler
Hedda Gabler

Henrik Ibsen's classic femme fatale masterpiece
March 4, 5, 10, 11, 12 at 7:30 pm  |  March 11 at 10 am
Black Box Theatre

Ibsen's classic drama of passion and desperation follows a dangerously irresistible woman as she rushes headlong towards a disaster that will embrace all those who have fallen fatally under her spell.

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Thomas Curtis - Marguerite
Thomas Curtis

Feb 1-Apr 8
Fine Arts Gallery
Opening Reception: 
Feb 4  |  4:30-8 pm

ACE Student
Juried Exhibition

February 22-Mar 11
Foundation Gallery

Mathis Gallery
Artwork by Area
Teachers and
Their Students

Feb 15-Mar 3
Mathis Gallery

Timbuktu  |  Feb 11 - 14
Timbuktu is for most Westerners little more than a metaphor for a remote place. The actual place, an impoverished town of about 54,000, was once a center of Islamic learning that is still known for its heritage sites. In 2012, Islamic jihadi groups overran northern Mali, attempting to impose strict sharia laws on the local populace. Much to the horror of the local cleric, the Islamic zealots are banning innocent pleasures and punishing offenders with lashings and stonings. Mali's new theocratic state must now rule on practical matters and its crass insensitivity and immaturity as a system of government is horribly exposed. Passionate, visually stunning, and offering moments of humor, this film is a cry from the heart, a fable expressed with grace and care. 2015 USA Academy Awards: one of five finalists for Best Foreign Language Film; 2014 Cannes Film Festival: Prize of the Ecumenical Jury. (Mauritania, 2014) Director: Abderrahmane Sissako. French, Arabic, Bambara, English and Songhay languages. 97 min      

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Visiting Artists

Southeast Wisconsin Hearing Center Jazz presents:  Gerald Cannon Quartet
Saturday, February 6
7:00 p.m., Bedford Concert Hall
Suggested donation:  $10

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