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Monthly Archives: March 2010

Join Michelle Benoit as she talks about telling women’s stories in film and her experiences as a female filmmaker. Bonnie Bourg was a distinguished and innovative teacher; a tireless defender of Nicholls students, faculty, and staff; and a role model for women in education. Le Bijou Theater, 10:30 a.m., free admission. Women’s History Luncheon and […]

Film: God’s Architects In a prelude to Nicholls Art Day, April 16, Louisiana filmmaker Zach Godshall presents his film about several divinely inspired builders, including the enigmatic Kenny Hill, who created the amazing Nicholls Sculpture Garden in Chauvin. 210 Talbot Hall 3 p.m.

Classical Piano: Katya Grineva Classical pianist Katya Grineva tours worldwide, including annual performances at New York’s Carnegie Hall, and is known for her exceptional romantic-poetic expression. Presented with assistance by the National Endowment for the Arts. Talbot Hall Theater 7:30 p.m.

Buffalo Soldiers Actor-historian-artist Bob Snead delivers a lecture about the first all-black cavalry regiment of the U.S. Army and shows his original art. Talbot Hall Theater 10:30 a.m. Buffalo Soldiers Sponsored by the Military Museum of Houma, actor-historian-artist Bob Snead discusses the first all-black cavalry regiment of the U.S. Army. Terrebonne Parish Library, Main Branch […]

Historical Drama: Held in Trust: The Story of Lt. Henry O. Flipper Actor-historian-artist Bob Snead presents an original one-man play that tells the story of the “Buffalo Soldiers,” the first all-black cavalry regiment of the U.S. Army, from the perspective of Lt. Henry Flipper, the first black Army officer. Snead’s original art will be on […]

Art demos include: Ceramics Demonstration and Lecture, “An Impressionist in America: Edgar Degas in New Orleans, photography lecture, graphic design and more. Call 448-4143 for more info

The Nicholls State University Alumni Federation Annual Meeting / Crawfish Boil is slated for Saturday, April 17, in the Cotillion Ballroom of the Bollinger Memorial Student Union. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a business meeting, followed by the crawfish boil at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7. Local band Jazmine […]

In their first “road” performance since the Katrina disaster, actors Rebecca Frank and Michael Santos of the Tulane Shakespeare Program present excerpts from the bard’s immortal works. Presented with assistance by the the National Endowment for the Arts. Bollinger Memorial Student Union, LeBijou Theater. 9:05 a.m., 10 a.m., noon, and 1:30 p.m.

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