5 things you won’t want to miss.


Wi10_37601. Mirror, Mirror: Contemporary Portraits and the Fugitive Self

Current–May 8, 2010 | Museum of Art

This modern art exhibit features everything from portraits to Facebook profiles to a flaming mustache (really, there’s a big mustache lit on fire regularly outside the Museum of Art). The exhibition explores how individuals view and present themselves to the world and examines the impact of new technologies on the traditional art form of portraiture.

More at mirrormirror.byu.edu

Wi10_37612. Tartuffe

Jan. 22–Feb. 6 | Pardoe Theater

In French playwright Moli�re’s most renowned play, Orgon decides in his advanced age to give his riches to a supposed holy man with questionable motives. Watch as characters try to distinguish the lines between virtue, zeal, and hypocrisy.

More at byuarts.com


3. Comeback Coach

2009–10 Season | BYU Marriott Center

After spending much of the off-season going through cancer treatment, BYU men’s basketball coach Dave Rose is back to lead the Cougars in their pursuit of a fourth consecutive conference championship. Rose entered the season with a 97–34 record, the best four-year start of any coach in school history, and recently signed a contract that will keep him at BYU through the 2013–14 season.

More at byucougars.com

4. Passover Seder ServicesWi10_3763

March 26, 27; April 1, 7, 10, 15, 23 | Wilkinson Student Center

Celebrate Passover with Victor L. Ludlow (BA ’68), who has hosted Passover services at BYU nearly every year since 1974. Attendees participate in prayer, scripture readings, songs, hand washing, a meal, and the ritual consumption of green herbs, bitter herbs, unleavened bread, and “wine” (unfermented grape juice). Ludlow illuminates the Passover service and discusses related LDS teachings.

More at more.byu.edu/passover

Wi10_37645. Timpanogos Storytelling Conference

Feb. 4–6 | BYU Conference Center

A sister to Orem’s Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, this event promotes the oral tradition through performances and workshops. This year’s conference will feature Donald Davis, who had a 20-year career as a Christian minister before becoming a professional storyteller. Davis now carries the moniker “dean of storytelling.”

More at more.byu.edu/storytelling

Get your full list of BYU activities and events online at byunews.byu.edu/calendar or in your e-mail with MyBYU News (mynews.byu.edu).

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