Keep in mind
- The Philosophy club meets every Tuesday at 5pm in Chapman 045. Open to anyone to come and discuss philosophy.
- 2017 Reading TUgether selection - Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Read along with the Trinity community. Wednesday, Aug. 23 at 7 p.m., Desmond will deliver the Reading TUgether keynote lecture in Laurie Auditorium. The presentation is free and open to the public.
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Current Art Exhibit
Apr. 20 - May 12, 2018
Opening Reception: 5-7 PM, Thursday, Apr. 19, 2018
The Trinity University Department of Art and Art History presents "Meraki," an exhibition of artwork by senior art majors Alan Aguirre, Noah Davidson, Carly Hernandez, Bonnie Kenkel, Hunter Wilkins, Angela Wilson, and Deliasofia Zacarias. Read more about the exhibition here.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Trinity Theatre presents “Lysistrata” by Ellen McLaughlin
Apr. 13-15, 18-21 (various times) in the Stieren Theater
Frustrated by an endless war, the women of Athens decide to deploy a secret weapon until the men stop fighting for good. Will their seductive strategy defeat the combatants or just stiffen their resolve? For mature audiences who enjoy a little immaturity. Opens Friday, April 13. Check out the website for more information.
Trinity Spring Choral Concert
Tuesday, Apr. 17, 7:30-9 PM, Parker Chapel
The Trinity University Music Department presents its Spring Choral Concert, featuring the Trinity Choir, Chamber Singers, and Voix d'Espirit under the direction of Gary Seighman. The performance is free and open to the public and will be held in the Parker Chapel at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17.
Fiction Reading and Trinity Review Spring Open Mic
Wednesday, Apr. 18, 7-9 PM, Chapman Gold Room
Students from the Advanced Fiction Class will have the opportunity to read their work, followed by Trinity Review's final Open Mic of the year! Please come share your work, and if you haven't picked up your copy of this year's Review yet you can do so at this time!
Virgin Territory: Latinidad, Femininity & Artistic Practice
Thursday, April 19, 6:00 pm (light refreshments at 5:30) in the Holt Center
If the books we are reading do not tell a story we recognize, it is up to us to write those stories. Virgin, by Trinity alumni Analicia Sotelo, is a collection of poems that creates its own mythology: a “virgin territory” that can describe what is like to be a young Latinx woman grappling with power dynamics within the confines of a Westernized experience. Sotelo will explore how you can craft your own space as artists and intellectuals, and how writing can sharpen our awareness of ourselves and our communities.
Classical Receptions Film Series: Stargate (Emmerich 1994)
Thursday, Apr. 19, 7-9 PM, RCC 320
The Classical Receptions Film Series presents Stargate (Emmerich 1994), a brash, thoughtful, and trenchantly funny lampoon of American militarism in the movies--and how the military and the academy rub shoulders in American mythology. 7 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 19, in RCC 320. Questions? Contact Dr. Benjamin Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org
Earth Day Garden Party
Thursday, Apr. 19, 7-9 PM, TU Community Garden
Come celebrate Earth Day in the TU Community Garden! Bring your own t-shirt or other apparel to make unique printed Earth Day clothing!
Earth Week Festival
Friday, Apr. 20, 2-4 PM, Coates Esplanade
Celebrate the end of Earth Week with the TU Community Garden, EcoAllies, and other sustainably minded Trinity organizations. Learn how to get involved in sustainable living on campus and in the greater San Antonio community. There will be fun outdoor activities and festivities!
Arturo Sandoval Sextet
Saturday, Apr. 21, 7:30-8:30 PM in Laurie Auditorium
ARTS San Antonio proudly presents Arturo Sandoval. Ten-time GRAMMY Award winner Arturo Sandoval returns! Sandoval has since evolved into the world's most acknowledged performers of jazz trumpet and flugelhorn, as well as a renowned classical artist, pianist and composer. He is one of the most dynamic and vivacious live performers of our time, and has been seen by millions at the Oscars, at the GRAMMY Awards, and the Billboard Awards. Tickets can be purchased here.
Trinity Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition
Sunday, Apr. 22, 3-5 PM, Ruth Taylor Recital Hall
The Music Department presents the second annual Trinity Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. Trinity student instrumentalists will compete for the opportunity to perform a concerto with the Trinity Symphony Orchestra on its Fall 2018 concert. The recital will be held in the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 22, and is free and open to the public.
AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) SA: Two Rivards Run Through It
Monday, Apr. 23, 6:30-8:30 PM, Chapman Auditorium
Join us for a unique conversation as a we pair up the Rivard brothers, Robert, Founder and Publisher of the nonprofit digital news organization The Rivard Report, and Pete, Principal Instructor at Dunwoody College of Technology and Education Director of AIGA Minnesota. $5 for students and members, $10 for nonmembers.
Fresh Ink: Composition Student Recital
Tuesday, Apr. 24, 7:30-9 PM in Ruth Taylor Recital Hall
The composition students of Brian Bondari present a recital of new music. The performance is free and open to the public and will be held in the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24.
Classical Receptions Film Series: Lars and the Real Girl (Gillespie 2007)
Thursday, Apr. 26, 7 PM in RCC 320
The Classical Receptions Film Series presents Lars and the Real Girl (Gillespie 2007), a quirky, loving ode to the human capacity to love quirk, and on that basis to forget about fearing difference--with a special place for the myth of Pygmalion. 7 p.m. Thursday, Apr. 26, in RCC 320. Questions? Contact Dr. Benjamin Stevens, email@example.com
Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert
Sunday, Apr. 29, 3-4:30 PM, Ruth Taylor Recital Hall
The Trinity University Wind Ensemble presents its Spring 2018 concert under the direction of James Worman. The performance is free and open to the public.
Annual End-of-Year Picnic for Philosophy Students
Tuesday, May 1, 11:30 AM-2 PM at Meadows Pavilion
Join other Philosophy students for this annual picnic at Meadows Pavilion. Always fun! Great food!
Co-hosted by Philosophy and Computer Science. Rain or Shine! BBQ Brisket, chicken, sausage and vegetarian options will be served from 12-1:30 PM.
Classical Receptions Film Series: Roman Holiday (Wyler 1953)
Thursday, May 3, 7 PM in RCC 320
The Classical Receptions Film Series presents Roman Holiday (Wyler 1953), a seminal depiction of American love of Europe--at least as it appears on screen, with the sly suggestion that, like Hepburn's princess, we must all break out of our shells. 7 p.m. Thursday, May 3, in RCC 320. Questions? Contact Dr. Benjamin Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org
KRTU & SA Current Present Dr. Dog with special guest Son Little
Monday, May 14, 7-12 PM, The Rustic
KRTU Indie Overnight Presents Dr. Dog with special guest Son Little at The Rustic - San Antonio on May 14th! More information about the event can be found here.
SOLI Chamber Ensemble Concert: Americans in Italy
Tuesday, May 15, 7:30-9:30 PM in Ruth Taylor Recital Hall (pre-concert talk at 7)
"Americans in Italy" will feature brand new works by American composers Jennifer Jolley, Elliott Myles McKinley, Peter Farmer and Luke Dahn, all faculty members of the 2018 edition of Alba Music Festival Composition Program, in Alba, Italy. Tickets are $25 or free with Trinity I.D.