Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

Write on the DOT Poetry & Open Mic

"Poetry is what happens when nothing else can." - Charles Bukowski

Join Write on the Dot for a soul-charged evening of local poetry and music. Featuring the work of recent UMass Boston MFA Alumni Karen Locascio, Mitch Manning and Alyssa Mazzarella, and Dorchester poet U-Meleni Mhlaba Adebo. Music by Louis Apollon.

Doors open at 7pm. Beer, wine, espresso drinks & books available for purchase. 

Open Mic too - come share your words - all are welcome! 
Email dotreadingseries@gmail.com for more info. 

Co-sponsored by the UMass Boston MFA Program and On the Dot Books & More: www.onthedotbooks.com

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Auditions For New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
Feb
3
to Feb 4

Auditions For New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights

The UMass Boston Performing Arts Department offers two days of auditions for one act plays written by students; "The Oncology Ward" by Peter Riesenberg '12 and "Argyles" by Cat Roberts '14.  If you are planning on auditioning, please prepare a one-minute contemporary monologue.  

Auditions will be held on both Tuesday and Wednesday from 6-9pm.  Callbacks are scheduled on Thursday at 6pm.  Auditions are held in McCormack on the 2nd floor in the McCormack Theatre.

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A World of Questions: Posters on the Human Condition (Opening Reception)
Feb
2
5:00 PM17:00

A World of Questions: Posters on the Human Condition (Opening Reception)

Join the opening reception UMB's first spring gallery exhibit by visiting the work of Chaz Maviyane-Davis.  For a two week period the gallery will showcase a selection of posters and printed text graphics that touch upon important political issues such as environmental change, gender, racism, and challenged social values.  This event is free and open to the public.

The Harbor Gallery is located in the McCormack Building on the 1st floor, Room 100. 

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A World of Questions: Posters on the Human Condition (Exhibit)
Feb
2
to Mar 12

A World of Questions: Posters on the Human Condition (Exhibit)

Visit UMB's first spring gallery exhibit by visiting the work of Chaz Maviyane-Davis.  For a two week period the gallery will showcase a selection of posters and printed text graphics that touch upon important political issues such as environmental change, gender, racism, and challenged social values.  Visiting the exhibit is free and open to the public.

The Harbor Gallery is open from 1pm to 7pm on Monday to Thursday,  It is located in the McCormack Building on the 1st floor, Room 100. 

 

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