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Humbug and Sugar Plum
The Department of Theatre and Dance proudly presents a new and exciting holiday event: Humbug & Sugarplum! The two part event features Old Scrooge and a Jazz Nutcracker Old Scrooge, a one-act version of the classic Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, keeps the spirit of holiday redemption alive. Jazz Nutcracker, a jazzy suite of dances based on the quintessential holiday ballet, The Nutcracker, is set in the Big Band era of the 1940s and danced to the irresistible rhythms of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn’s Harlem Nutcracker, this Sugarplum swings all night long! We promise you, every moment you love is ready to be unwrapped and enjoyed anew! Read more here...
 

The NAMM Foundation Awards National String Project Consortium (NSPC)

The NAMM Foundation Awards National String Project Consortium (NSPC) $40,000 Grant to Support 5 Emerging String Project Sites across United States Grant will help the NSPC bolster programs that train college students to become tomorrow’s string teachers and give youth the opportunity to play a stringed instrument in El Paso, Texas; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Highland Heights, Kentucky,Forest Grove, Oregon; and Brookings, South Dakota. Read more here..

 

2016 recipients of the Tom Lea Research Fellowship Program

The College of Liberal Arts is proud to announce the Tom Lea Research Fellowship Program, named for the nationally-known artist and author whose work graced the Paso del Norte region and many national venues.  The award has been established by Donald and Adair Margo, distinguished citizens of El Paso, who are dedicated to an appreciation of the art and culture of our region.  Adair Margo is President of the Tom Lea Institute. Plead read more here...

 

   
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