Featured Guest Artist: Robert McDonald, piano; ECU Faculty Artists; Selected Current/Returning ECU students
This event is free and open to the public. No ticket required.
Robert McDonald tours extensively as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, and South America. He has appeared with major orchestras in the United States and was the recital partner for many years to Isaac Stern and other distinguished...
Open to the public - artists of any level! Uptown Drawing Club at Art Avenue, sponsored by Uptown Art Supply & Gallery! $5 entry fee. Coffee and snacks will be provided. Bring your own supplies. Wet media is allowed, but please no stinky mediums and such. Drawing will start at 5pm, so please arrive early to set up. Easels and chairs will be first come, first serve.
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE is one of the American theatre's funniest comedies. Drama critic Mortimer Brewster is engaged to the lovely Elaine Harper... but will she fit in with his 'unusual' family? Abby and Martha Brewster are known throughout Brooklyn for their many acts of kindness and charity. But Mortimer has just learned that his charming spinster aunts have taken to relieving the loneliness of old men by inviting them in for a nice glass of...
This free, alive-at-five event offers live music and fun for the whole family with an inflatable Pirate Ship for children, arts and crafts, live music, Uptown restaurant food, and adult beverages for those 21 and older. Head to Five Points Plaza (5th and Evans) in the Uptown district for Freeboot Friday held from 5-8pm on ECU Home Football Fridays.
ECU alum Richard Fennell is a master of the North Carolina landscape. He will debut new work at City Art Gallery, and make brief remarks, on Friday, Oct. 24 with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m.
Fennell describes the architectural structures in his current body of work as a series of "abstract shapes and passages of light and color that seemed without end." These paintings from across the state are the result of the "idea that things should be...
The Little Prince
October 24 | Wright Auditorium, 7PM
Notice: Anyone encountering a small man who refuses to answer questions should contact the narrator immediately.
ECU Storybook Theatre presents a tender tale of the human condition in a stage adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s international bestseller, The LittlePrince. When a young prince falls to earth, he learns many valuable lessons. For example: “One sees clearly only with the...
Saturday, October 25th 10am until 12noon
Ages 5 & up (Younger with an adult)
It’s Pumpkin Carving Time! Participants will be provided with
a pumpkin of their very own and led through a carving lesson allowing them to create their very own specialized carved jack-o-lantern. Artists will assist participants in creating that one-of-a-kind spooky design they have always wanted to make. As a bonus, all the messy clean up will be left for us! Time...
International Award-Winning Classical Guitarist and ECU Alumnus Adam Kossler
Recital wiill include works by Dowland, Bach, Rodrigo, and Legnani to name a few
Dr. Adam Kossler has been a top prizewinner in a number of international guitar competitions including the Columbus Guitar Symposium, East Carolina Guitar Competition, MANC international guitar competition, the Texas International Guitar Competition, MTNA, and the Appalachian Guitarfest...
Friends of ECU School of Art & Design
Fourth Annual Artist Studio Tour
November 1, 10am until 2pm
This year the Friends of the School of Art and Design Fourth Annual Artist Studio tour will also feature homes of art collectors in addition to artists’ studios. Below are the studios/homes to be featured on the November 1 tour:
Betsy Markowski, sculptor
Tim Lazure, sculptor, metalsmith
Andy Bates, woodworking
Harvey Wooten, private...