Edwina & Charles Milner Women in the Arts

CRT Revisited: Edwina and Charles Milner Women in the Arts Lecture Series presents: CRT Revisited 18 unique glass sculptures inspired by the hospital armatures used as supports for women’s bodies during radiation therapy created by Artist-activist Shirley Klinghoffer who has explored contemporary social issues, particularly feminism, through sculptural works. Lecture: 6pm 10/20/2022 at Light Hall Theater Opening reception: 7pm at the McCray Gallery The exhibit closes November 17, 2022. Free admission for this...

2nd Annual Social Justice and Diversity Symposium

How is Misinformation in Social Media Detrimental to Communities of Color? 2nd Annual Social Justice and Diversity Symposium   Date: Thursday, November 17th, 2022 Time: 6pm-7:30pm MST   Zoom link: https://wnmu.zoom.us/j/81683208928   Moderator:  Damon Bullock, PhD WNMU, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Panelists: Kami Fletcher, PhD Albright College, Associate Professor of American & African American History Jennifer Johnston, PhD WNMU, Associate Professor of Psychology Myron Strong, PhD Community College of Baltimore County, Associate Professor of...

Juan Carmona

Juan Carmona, born in Lyon, was only ten years old when his father gave him his first guitar. His passion for the instrument grew and his virtuosity was quickly noted by professional musicians. Juan is a self-taught musician, having composed his Sinfonia Flamenca and Orillas, which have been performed by orchestras around the world. Praised by the leading figures of flamenco, Juan Carmona wanders on the air ways of the duende. At the intersection of musical modernity and the oldest flamenco traditions of Andalusia, Juan is an innovator, one of the most valiant links of his generation. His albums Alchemya, Orillas, Sinfonia Flamenca and El Sentido del Aire were nominated for Best Album Flamenco of the year at the Latin Grammy Awards. He has also been given UNESCO's Grand Prize Zyriab of...