5 things you won’t want to miss.
July 27, 2007–May 26, 2008 | Museum of Art
The murals of the famous LDS artist who paid her children’s BYU tuition in paintings will hang in the Marian Adelaide Morris Cannon Gallery, typifying the early-20th-century- movements of large mural painting and American pageantry.
Read more at moa.byu.edu
Sept. 26–29, 7:30 p.m.| de Jong Concert Hall
BYU’s world-renowned Department of Dance is as diverse as it is elite. In one night, on one stage, five of its top dance ensembles unite in World of Dance. The performance culls the best of the International Folk Dance Ensemble, the Ballroom Dance Company, the Dancer’s Company, the Theatre Ballet, and the Cougarettes.
Read more at ce.byu.edu/cw/organ
Aug. 16, 5:30 p.m.| Indoor Practice Facility and Haws Field
Lick an ice cream cone with a linebacker. Spike a water balloon with the women’s volleyball team. Rub shoulders with all of BYU’s great athletes, and then see if you can’t buy their jerseys from last year—don’t worry, they’ve been washed. New and used athletic gear will be for sale, with plenty of BYU athletes on hand to autograph it.
Read more at byucougars.com
Sept. 27, 5:30 p.m.| BYU Television
He conceived the idea of television at age 14. He had the device working by age 21. Premiering on the 101st anniversary of the inventor’s birth and the 80th anniversary of his invention, this documentary follows the life and plight of the father of television—former BYU student Philo T. Farnsworth (’23).
Read more at byubroadcasting.com
Sept. 19–Dec. 12| Sharon East LDS Stake Center, Provo
Never learned a musical instrument while you were young? Here’s your chance. This semester-long workshop is strictly for those 40 and older who want to play violin, viola, cello, or string bass. No previous musical experience is necessary, and it serves as a great reentry point for those who’ve been away from music making for many years. Seniors are encouraged to participate.
Read more at ce.byu.edu/cw/newhorizons