Upcoming Events

05
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
05
Mar

Music Honors Recital

Arts/Entertainment

A showcase of students in music who are pursuing Honors.

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Family Life Building |
06
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Bass Masterclass with Brandon Rose

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

9:00 am - 10:30 am |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Drums Masterclass with David Throckmorton

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

10:30 am - 11:30 am |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Guitar Masterclass with Dan Wilson

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Guest Artist Panel Discussion

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This
year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
06
Mar

Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival: Dan Wilson Trio Performance

Arts/Entertainment

The USU Guitar, Bass and Drums Festival is an annual event that features some of the top guitar, bass, and drum musicians in the country. This year’s festival will feature the Dan Wilson Trio with Dan Wilson (guitar), Brandon Rose (bass), and David Throckmorton (drums).

FOR TICKETS, click the link below under "Website."

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
07
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
07
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition Reception

Exhibition | Diversity, equity, and Inclusion

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx

Come and enjoy food and drink! Meet the artists! Learn about Latinx!

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm |
07
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
07
Mar

Campbell Organ Festival

Arts/Entertainment

The 2024 Campbell Organ Festival will feature Dr. Daniel Kerr as our guest artist. Dr. Kerr will present a one-hour solo organ recital on the Holtkamp Organ in the Daines Concert Hall. This event is FREE OF CHARGE and open to the public!

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
08
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
08
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
09
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
09
Mar

UST The Boy At The Edge of Everything

Arts/Entertainment

In the middle of his over-scheduled 12-and-a-bit-year-old life, Simon Ives dreams of a place where he can just stop and be. Meanwhile, at the farthest point in the universe, The Boy at the Edge of Everything lives by himself, lonely and bored. When Simon is rocketed into space (through an unlikely series of events involving ‘lots and lots of fireworks’), their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Black Box Theatre |
10
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
11
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
12
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
13
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
14
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
15
Mar

Latinx Art Exhibition

Exhibition

This exhibition is curated by Álvaro Ibarra, assistant professor of art history at Utah State University. The exhibition features local and regional artists working in an array of media and dynamic styles.

Latinx is an emergent term Latin Americans and Americans of Latin American descent use to self-identify. Latinx embraces diversity in race, gender, sexuality, and creed. Latinx labors toward achieving equity for all, including those that don’t self-identify as Latinx.

Latinx artists draw on visual traditions found in Latin American art. Latinx artists communicate the American experience. Their art engages issues like marginalization, migration, exploitation, exclusion, discrimination, and alienation. And everyone living in the Western Hemisphere shares varying aspects of this American experience.

8:00 am - 9:00 pm |
15
Mar

Organ Area Student Recital

Arts/Entertainment

Details TBA

7:30 pm - 9:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
18
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
19
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
19
Mar

Piano Area Concert

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
20
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
20
Mar

Jazz Combos

Arts/Entertainment

This concert will feature student jazz combos directed by USU professors and graduate assistants. Students will be performing classic tunes from the jazz tradition as well as contemporary tunes from today’s jazz masters.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
21
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
21
Mar

CMSL: Viano Quartet Clinic

Arts/Entertainment

Praised for their "virtuosity, visceral expression, and rare unity of intention" (Boston Globe), the Viano Quartet are one of the most sought-after performing young ensembles. Lucy Wang, Violin Hao Zhou, Violin Aiden Kane, Viola Tate Zawadiuk, Cello

10:30 am - 12:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
21
Mar

Communitas - Nick Galanin

Arts/Entertainment

Nicholas Galanin is a Tlingit and Unangax^ multi-disciplinary artist and musician from Alaska. His work often explores a dialogue of change and identity between Native and non-Native communities.

The Communitas Lecture Series is a set of visiting artists, scholars, and design series. This series is free and open to the public—NO TICKETS NECESSARY!

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
21
Mar

CMSL: Viano Quartet

Arts/Entertainment

Praised for their "virtuosity, visceral expression, and rare unity of intention" (Boston Globe), the Viano Quartet are one of the most sought-after performing young ensembles. Lucy Wang, Violin Hao Zhou, Violin Aiden Kane, Viola Tate Zawadiuk, Cello

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
22
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
22
Mar

CCA Awards Celebration & Donor Recognition

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
23
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
23
Mar

Music Department Showcase

Arts/Entertainment

Join faculty and students of the Music Department in a recital featuring a variety of chamber music. Repertoire includes selections by Eugene Bozza, Jacques Offenbach, Leo Delibes, Catherine McMichael. Performances will feature student and faculty, student, and faculty ensembles performing including Dr. Jeiran Hasan (flute), Marilyn Cole (oboe), Chilali Hugo (harp), Dr. Jacquelyn Abbot (voice), and Amy Glenn (piano).

The event will be live-streamed on the CCA Presents YouTube Page.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
24
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
25
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
26
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
26
Mar

Jazz Kicks

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
27
Mar

Dressed in White

Exhibition

Prepare to step into the grand finale of a series of exquisite exhibitions as we present "Dressed in White," curated by the esteemed award-winning Nancy Hills.

This captivating showcase marks the culmination of Nancy's illustrious journey, which has seen numerous exhibitions and tours across the United States and England, guided by the insightful retired curator Althea MacKenzie. Styled after the opulence of the 18th century, this exhibition promises to be a fitting conclusion to Nancy's legacy of bringing historical fashion to life. Following in the footsteps of Janet Arnold to admiring styles-of-the-time garments in London, Nancy has meticulously crafted 35–40 dresses spanning from the 1700s to 1954. Among them, Mary Bufton's iconic wedding gown, gracing the cover of Nancy's forthcoming book, awaits to mesmerize audiences. Each dress, meticulously researched and recreated by Nancy (and her dedicated students under Nancy’s direction), serves as a testament to the enduring allure of fashion history.

Join us for this unforgettable journey through time, where Nancy's passion and expertise shine in every intricate detail of "Dressed in White."

9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Tippetts & Eccles Art Galleries |
27
Mar

Jazz Jams

Arts/Entertainment

This concert will feature the Caine Jazz Combo along with a guest artist and jazz students from Music Department performing standard jazz tunes. The jam session is open to all and people are encouraged to bring their instrument and join in.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
28
Mar

Utah Symphony, Anna Rakitina conducting

Arts/Entertainment

The Utah Symphony, known for their musical expertise and deep connection with students and education, come to the USU campus to perform a program selected by conductor Anna Rakitina. This is an amazing offer, gifted by the USU Caine College of the Arts—only $10 for the general public and FREE for USU students, faculty, and staff!

Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist Sirena Huang make their debut on our stage. Huang, an international competition gold medalist, performs Dvorák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War”—this performance is a testament to all that women can do.

Grab your tickets while they're available—this is the opportunity of the year!

FOR TICKETS:
USU Students, Faculty & Staff: Go to one of the on-campus box office locations to pick up your free tickets with your ID.
General Public: Click the "Website" link below to purchase tickets for $10.

BOX OFFICE LOCATIONS:
The Spectrum - 900 E 900 N, Logan, UT 84322
CCA Box Office - Room L101 of the Chase Fine Arts Center

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
30
Mar

Music Therapy Songwriting Series: Songwriter Showcase

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
01
Apr

USU Percussion Ensembles

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
02
Apr

Caine Ensembles

Arts/Entertainment

The Caine Ensembles concert, presented twice a year, showcases some of USU's finest musicians. Come enjoy top-tier chamber music performed by the Caine Brass Quintet, Caine Percussion Ensemble, Caine Saxophone Quartet, Caine String Quartet, and Caine Woodwind Quintet.

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
04
Apr

Communitas - Keltie Ferris

Arts/Entertainment

Keltie Ferris is an abstract painter living in Brooklyn, New York. He earned a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from the Yale School of Art.

The Communitas Lecture Series is a set of visiting artists, scholars, and design series. This series is free and open to the public—NO TICKETS NECESSARY!

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
05
Apr

Music Scholars Series: Dr. Megan Lavengood

Arts/Entertainment

What is "our music"? As an institution in the intermountain West, USU is located in a place associated with many different kinds of music. The decisions we make about which of these we foreground have profound implications. What do our students deserve to learn? Which faculty have the responsibility—or the right—to teach each repertoire? And how, as a university, do we define the collective “us” we seek to serve? Dr. Megan Lavengood is an Associate Professor and Area Director of Music Theory at George Mason University, where she teaches undergraduate core theory and graduate courses in advanced theory topics. Her research primarily deals with popular music, timbre, synthesizers, and recording techniques. She has also published on video game music, music theory pedagogy, and public music theory.

4:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Family Life Building |
07
Apr

Logan Canyon Winds

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA
Happening in the Carousel Ballroom of the Bullen Center (address below).

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm |
08
Apr

Guitar Ensembles

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
09
Apr

Jazz Jams

Arts/Entertainment

This concert will feature the Caine Jazz Combo along with a guest artist and jazz students from Music Department performing standard jazz tunes. The jam session is open to all and people are encouraged to bring their instrument and join in.

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TSC, HUB |
10
Apr

Big Bands

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
11
Apr

Communitas - Evangeline Griego

Arts/Entertainment

Evangeline Griego is a veteran independent filmmaker, director, and media activist who made her feature-ength documentary directorial debut with the film God Willing.

The Communitas Lecture Series is a set of visiting artists, scholars, and design series. This series is free and open to the public—NO TICKETS NECESSARY!

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall |
11
Apr

Chamber Ensembles and Cache Wind Symphony

Arts/Entertainment

Description TBA

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall |
11
Apr

USU Opera Presents: L'elisir d'Amore

Arts/Entertainment

One of the highlights of the bel canto repertoire with its sublime music and humorous plot, Donizetti’s  comic opera L'elisir d'amore follows the attempts of the hapless Nemorino who relies on a fake love potion to win the beautiful Adina's hand in marriage. Performed by USU voice and orchestra students. Sung in English for maximal humoral effect!

PERFORMANCE DATES:
April 11 at 7:30 p.m.
April 12 at 7:30 p.m.
April 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets coming soon!

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre |
12
Apr

UST The Tempest

Arts/Entertainment

Magic, secret identities, and conflict abound inn William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". Prospero uses magic to conjure a storm and torment the survivors of a shipwreck, including the King of Naples and Prospero’s treacherous brother, Antonio. Prospero’s slave, Caliban, plots to rid himself of his master, but is thwarted by Prospero’s spirit-servant Ariel. The King’s young son Ferdinand, thought to be dead, falls in love with Prospero’s daughter Miranda. Come experience the intrigue, the magic, and see for yourself how all will resolve.

7:30 pm - 10:00 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre |
12
Apr

USU Opera Presents: L'elisir d'Amore

Arts/Entertainment

One of the highlights of the bel canto repertoire with its sublime music and humorous plot, Donizetti’s  comic opera L'elisir d'amore follows the attempts of the hapless Nemorino who relies on a fake love potion to win the beautiful Adina's hand in marriage. Performed by USU voice and orchestra students. Sung in English for maximal humoral effect!

PERFORMANCE DATES:
April 11 at 7:30 p.m.
April 12 at 7:30 p.m.
April 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets coming soon!

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre |
13
Apr

UST The Tempest

Arts/Entertainment

Magic, secret identities, and conflict abound inn William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". Prospero uses magic to conjure a storm and torment the survivors of a shipwreck, including the King of Naples and Prospero’s treacherous brother, Antonio. Prospero’s slave, Caliban, plots to rid himself of his master, but is thwarted by Prospero’s spirit-servant Ariel. The King’s young son Ferdinand, thought to be dead, falls in love with Prospero’s daughter Miranda. Come experience the intrigue, the magic, and see for yourself how all will resolve.

1:00 pm - 3:30 pm | Chase Fine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre |