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UI undergraduates and graduate students join together for performance

Choreographers and dancers look within themselves, overcome self-doubt, and step out of their comfort zones to discover something beautiful.


The Mill to host high school student jazz concert

Take away the grand stage, the sharply dressed conductor, and the sheet music. Now add some horns and drums, a dash of style, and a whole lot of chemistry, and you’ll get jazz — a complex genre that challenges musicians of all ages.


New Years' Celebration themed play opens

A third year MFA Grad Playwright, Dendinger said she was humbled when director Kristin Clippard approached her after a workshop last year and officially laid claim to her then work-in-progress script saying, “Don’t let anyone else direct this."


Local artist manipulates Elmer's glue into layers of enamel

A wood panel lay on a flat table in an art studio where NPR can be heard amongst the swift movement of a paintbrush and the clanking of paint bottles.


UI freshman theater student hails from across the pond

Luke Millington-Drake is nothing if not dedicated to performing. The native of London traveled to Iowa City in March to present a three-minute audition for the Iowa Center for the Arts selection committee.


Artist creates painting book to spread awareness about organization

“It all started with a cow,” reads the mission of Heifer International.


Want to win a DVD copy of Ted?

Answer these questions correctly on Twitter and you'll have a chance.


Beer of the Week: Bourbon County Band Stout

Outside John’s grocery Wednesday afternoon, beer enthusiasts waited patiently for the delivery of several special brews.





 
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