This Sunday, Get Down with artsUP

September 18, 2015 at 11:21 am 1 comment

FullSizeRenderIt’s hard to go anywhere on campus this week without seeing these signs, which have popped up all over University Park. And we’re happy for the reminder: this artsUP thing happening Sunday afternoon looks pretty cool.

Presented by the College of Arts & Architecture, artsUP is an afternoon of free performances, exhibitions, tours, and interactive activities in the heart of campus. Among the highlights: hands-on activities, demos, and workshops at the Stuckeman building, which—inside and out—might just be the coolest building on campus; a variety of exhibitions and art activities at the Palmer Museum of Art; and an array of theatrical experiences, visual arts demonstrations, and musical performances. (You can find the complete artsUP schedule here.)

Among the last of those, we’re most excited to see the Soul Rebels, the New Orleans brass ensemble that’s playing Sunday at 4 at Eisenhower Auditorium. Here’s a taste of what these guys are all about:

Tickets for that show are still available, and yes, like everything else at artsUP, they’re free.

So if you’re in town this weekend—for football, or for any reason at all—you might want to make some time on your Sunday schedule for artsUP.

Ryan Jones, senior editor


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