The 17th Annual Jubilee: A Festival of the Arts and Humanities at Nicholls State University, is scheduled for Sunday, March 1, through Sunday, April 26. Use the calendar linked below to plan your schedule!
Changes to the schedule:
Canceled: March 4th, 2015: Crazy Bout History Presents “A Local Historical Flashback of Famous Citizens” Location: Thibodaux Library, 705 W. Fifth St., Thibodaux, LA at 5:30 p.m.
Canceled: March 10th, 2015: Singers of United Lands performance at St. Charles Elementary School.
Description Change: April 26th, 2015: Brass Classical and Contemporary “Musaica” Quartet Performance, was described incorrectly prior to printing. They are not a brass quartet, but rather a chamber ensemble that performs classical and contemporary works. This will be sponsored by Music at St. John’s
Change of Date: Daniel Kariko will be giving his photography presentation on March 11th instead of April 16, as he will not be part of the Art Day Events. The event will still be held at 3:30 p.m. till 4:15 p.m. in 208 Talbot Hall.
Add to Schedule April 16th: Photography Presentation: Sonja Rieger, professor of photography at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, is known for her large color photographs depicting urban Southern landscapes eerily lit by red neon lights and for her “Thicker Than Water” project, depicting people who have been separated from family members. Bollinger Memorial Student Union, Le Bijou Theater • Noon.–1:15 p.m. This will be part of Art Day.
To our mistake, Music at St. John’s, 501 (c) 3 was accidently left out of the printing of our brochure. They are sponsoring two musical events that will be hosted at St. John’s Episcopal Church. The first event, Michael Boyd Guest Concert, was on March 1st. The second event, Brass Classical and Contemporary “Musaica” Quartet Performance, on April 26th.