Categorized | Arts & Culture

Scene and Heard

SCENE

Nov. 1 – 16
Artist Bill Barrett, MSU Art Museum
Get an inside view into the art process with the unique abstract drawings of sculpturist Bill Barrett. The 11 colorful 3D drawings on display in the Paper Gallery of the museum are the prototypes to the sculptures he now has all over the country. One of these sculptures includes “Twyla”, a sculpture of a dancer displayed on the northwest side of the new MSU parking ramp facing Grand River.
For more information check out www.artmuseum.msu.edu.
Nov. 3 – 4
“The Early Girl”, Boarshead Theater
This theatrical comedy revolves around the awkward situations and changes that unfold when a new call girl moves into a tight knit prostitution house.
For more information check out www.boarshead.org.
Nov. 9
MSU Dance Club Workshop
Want to learn the moves from, “You Got Served?” Check out the MSU Dance Club workshop featuring a lesson from the MSU Break Dance Club. It will be held at 2:30 p.m. in Upper Gym of IM Circle for free.
Nov. 21
Silver Bells in the City, Old Town Lansing
Get into the holiday season with an electric light parade, the lighting of the official Michigan tree and fireworks over the Capitol. More information at www.silverbellsinthecity.org.

HEARD

Nov. 1
STAR FARM, Dublin Square
Love Michael Jackson, AC/DC or Madonna? Check out this rockin’ 80’s cover band and sing you favorite tunes all night long. They start at 9:30 p.m.
Nov. 8
Jen Sygit, Altu’s Ethiopian Cuisine
Skip the pizza delivery and chow down on some Ethiopian cuisine while listening to Jen Sygit’s interesting blend of folk jazz sounds. She starts at 6 p.m.
www.myspace.com/jensygit
Nov. 15
Ladies First, Music Auditorium, Music Building
Listen to the a cappella sounds of this all-female student group. Show starts at 8:00 p.m.
Nov. 16
Alesana, Mac’s Bar
Fill your afternoon with the screamo rock sounds of Alesana along with Greenly Estates and Motionless in White and Jamie’s Elsewhere. They start at 4:30 p.m.
www.macsbar.com

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