Fine Arts

Singing Quakers Home Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
Throughout the 10th anniversary year of 9/11 the Singing Quakers will commemorate the tragedy of that day through music. Seeking to give voice to that which is beyond words, the choir will perform songs of mourning and remembrance as well as songs which offer comfort, redemption and hope for the future.

Singing Quakers Home Concert

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
Throughout the 10th anniversary year of 9/11 the Singing Quakers will commemorate the tragedy of that day through music. Seeking to give voice to that which is beyond words, the choir will perform songs of mourning and remembrance as well as songs which offer comfort, redemption and hope for the future.

Fine Arts Showcase Day #4

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5536

Location: 

Riney Fine Arts Center & Garvey Art Center

Are you looking for an outstanding Fine Arts program? Would you or someone you know like to become a student at Friends University? Fine Arts Showcase Days are designed to allow you the opportunity to attend classes, sit in on rehearsals, take a lesson, audition for scholarships, have your art portfolio reviewed and visit with current students and faculty. You’ll even get a free lunch!

Spring Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
A new and lavish ballet production of the classic comedy by William Shakespeare with new scenery and costumes. Director, Stan K. Rogers, will direct and choreograph this beloved story with music by Felix Mendelssohn. The comic love plot is wrought by fairies and magic. The fairies maneuver the events in a human love story while they, at the same time, are engaged in difficulties of their own. A classic tale for all ages.

Spring Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
A new and lavish ballet production of the classic comedy by William Shakespeare with new scenery and costumes. Director, Stan K. Rogers, will direct and choreograph this beloved story with music by Felix Mendelssohn. The comic love plot is wrought by fairies and magic. The fairies maneuver the events in a human love story while they, at the same time, are engaged in difficulties of their own. A classic tale for all ages.

Spring Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
A new and lavish ballet production of the classic comedy by William Shakespeare with new scenery and costumes. Director, Stan K. Rogers, will direct and choreograph this beloved story with music by Felix Mendelssohn. The comic love plot is wrought by fairies and magic. The fairies maneuver the events in a human love story while they, at the same time, are engaged in difficulties of their own. A classic tale for all ages.

Art Challenge

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Fine Arts
316-295-5656

Location: 

Garvey Art Center

Please join Friends University’s Art Department, as they host the Sixth Annual High School Art Challenge. This event consists of a juried art competition, professional artists’ workshops and hands-on competitions for students. The competitive exhibition is designed to recognize artistic talent at the senior high level (grades 9-12) within the state of Kansas, and can even lead to scholarship offers.

Friends University Community Orchestra Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$10 adults, $8 seniors/students
This concert, titled “Taste of Italy,” will open and close with music from Italy including Rossini’s delightful overture to The Barber of Seville and Tchaikovsky’s stirring Capriccio Italien. Performances by the Friends University Miller Solo Competition and the Wichita Area Piano Teacher’s League Concerto Competition winners will also be featured, creating a musical fare that is sure to satisfy... think of it as an Italian sandwich!

19th Annual Jazz Festival Headliner Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $12 seniors/students
Matt Wilson, 2011 Jazz Journalists winner for best drummer, will be here with his New York based quartet.  Also on the headliner concert will be Jennifer Barnes, University of North Texas vocal jazz director. The headliner concert will be a great mix of vocal and instrumental, small group and big band, and contemporary and old standards jazz – something for everyone!

Martha Wherry Art Reception

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Riney Fine Arts Center Gallery
Riney Fine Arts Center

Free
Martha Wherry, nationally recognized artist, has collected works currently showing in regional juried shows as well as private collections. For more information on the artist, please visit www.marthawherry.com.