by Tennessee Williams
One of the all-time classics of American theatre. Blanche DuBois has lost her ancestral home and her job but not her romantic idealism. She moves in with her sister, Stella and her younger, earthy husband, Stanley. A dazzling drama of love, lust, and unbridled passion set against the steamy backdrop of New Orleans.
Performances Thur-Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm, Mon -Tue at 8pm.
Sponsored by Wells Fargo, Arts Connection, City of Greenville and the Daily Reflector, the First Friday ArtWalk is a time when galleries Uptown throw open their doors to showcase new exhibits, often coinciding with free opening receptions.
But it’s not just art: Many of Uptown’s eclectic mix of restaurateurs and shops show their support for the arts by offering specials to the art-walkers. Hop a free ride on the Jolly Trolley, Greenville’s...
Formerly a quarterly publication, "The Rebel" first appeared in 1958 and received an All-American Honor Rating from the Associated Collegiate Press in 1962. Since then, it has developed into an award-winning annual arts and literary magazine, receiving nine Associated Collegiate Press Magazine Pacemaker awards and being named one of the three best literary magazines in the nation.
The Rebel is produced for and by the students of East Carolina...
Join us in Mendenhall Student Center room 244 for an artists talk by Christine Zuercher, and Brian Culbertson with the reception to follow.
Please join Photography students as they discuss their work from a trip to Louisiana. Artists' lecture begins at 5PM in Mendehall Room 244. The photographs will be on display in the Mendenhall Student Gallery.
Drop children off for a night of art at Jaycee Park Center for Arts & Crafts and enjoy a night on the town for parents. We will have qualified art instructors teaching various art techniques and children will come home with a finished project each session they attend. Pre-registration is required by the Friday before the session for planning purposes. Pizza will be provided. Drop off starts at 5:30 PM. Program begins at 6:00 PM.
First Friday ArtWalk October 3
Asteria Jewelry & Photo Exhibition
Reception: 6-9 PM
Asteria Exhibition inspired by the Greek Goddess of the stars and night sky Asteria; featuring the Fall/Winter jewelry collection of Eilisain Jewelry by Lisette Fee with DeKay Photography by Amber Burnette.
During Uptown Greenville's First Friday ArtWalk
co-sponsored by Uptown Greenville
September 5th - Swing Into Fall
October 3rd - October PolkaFest!
November 7th - Salsa
December 5th - Waltz into Winter
January 2nd - Cajun/Zydeco
February 6th - Tipsy Dipsy Tango
March 6th - Spring into Circles and Squares
Lesson: 7pm Dance: 7:30-9pm
Instructors: Dawn & Pat
Music: DJ Ramon
The Music House
Thomas Otten, piano
Sunday, October 5, 5:00 p.m.
Program: Piano Etudes, Part II by H. Leslie Adams
These fourteen etudes were written between 2000 and 2007 by living African – American composer Leslie Adams. His style, though classically rooted, incorporates strong elements of jazz and pop music, giving it a crossover vibe that’s most engaging and very current/“hip” in feel. It’s highly melodic and gorgeously crafted...