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Singers focus on animals for Opera Up Close at GSU

Opera Up Close, a presentation of opera works paired with food and wine, presents “The Animal Instinct” performance at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 24, at The Center for Performing Arts at Governors State University.  Selections will feature works that salute animals in song, including Aaron Copland’s “I Bought Me[Read More…]

GSU shows works of Klement, Ramirez at Visual Arts Gallery

Governors State University is hosting an artists’ showcase “Body and Spirit” featuring the works of Vera Klement and Dan Ramirez.  The free exhibit is on display through Sept. 30 in the Visual Arts Gallery on the campus in University Park. The gallery at Governors State University is committed to creating[Read More…]

GSU Special Olympics car and motorcycle show benefit

On Friday, Sept. 8, Governors State University will host its first Car and Motorcycle Show, sponsored by the Department of Public Safety and the GSU Library.  The 4 to 8 p.m. event in east lots 2 and 3 will benefit Special Olympics Illinois. Officer Lee Taylor of the GSU Department[Read More…]

Farm-to-table fundraiser benefits GSU sculpture park

The Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park at Governors State University will be in the spotlight for the “Sculpture, Wine and Dine” fundraiser Sept. 9 that will feature a farm-to-table dinner.  Funds from the event will help sustain the park’s community and educational programs. The sculpture park is considered one of the[Read More…]

GSU students presenting ‘Fat Pig’ as eighth theater program show

Governors State University’s Theatre and Performance Studies students will present “Fat Pig” Oct. 29 and 30 and Nov. 3 and 4 at the Center for Performing Arts on campus. This is the eighth production by Governors State’s Theatre and Performance Studies (TAPS) program. The play will be performed in-the-round on[Read More…]

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