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The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Tuesday, November 5 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Wednesday, November 6 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Thursday, November 7 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

Renowned pianist Dr. Alexander Wasserman
American Blues Thursday, November 7 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

The blues are at the root of hundreds of musical genres: jazz, rock, boogie-woogie and some of our most treasured symphonic works. In this concert, the YHC Concert Band will highlight the best-known classical take on the blues, George Gershwin’s masterpiece “Rhapsody in Blue,” featuring renowned pianist Dr. Alexander Wasserman. This event is free and open to the public.

The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones
The Edge of Magic by Cynthia Wagner and Darcy Jones Friday, November 8 (All day) @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Wagner’s images explore issues of gender role, inequality and the disappearance of individuals over time and space, as well as how women and Western culture look at and understand themselves and female role models through fiction, myth and the divine. Jones—a clay artist and a psychotherapist—says her work is an expression of connection. It is born in the place between worlds: between known and unknown, seen and unseen, heart and mind, body and spirit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

Purple & White Day
November Purple & White Day Saturday, November 9 (All day)

Visit campus and meet those who know YHC best. Once you experience YHC firsthand, you’ll know this private, liberal arts college is right for you! http://discover.yhc.edu/purpleandwhiteday

YHC Community Band
YHC Community Band Concert Sunday, November 10 3:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

This event is free and open to the public.

YHC Jazz Band Concert
YHC Jazz Band Concert Monday, November 11 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

This event is free and open to the public.

First Lady Suite
First Lady Suite (Pay What You Can Preview) Tuesday, November 12 7:00 PM @ Dobbs Theatre

This is an enthralling musical that looks into the lives of four of history’s most neglected figures—the wives of U.S. presidents—Jacqueline Kennedy, Mamie Eisenhower, Bess Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt. Written by Tony-nominated composer John LaChiusa, First Lady Suite takes a look inside the private lives of America’s public figures. This musical contains adult subject matter and humor.

 

Theatre Young Harris Mainstage Season tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors 65+ or with YHC ID. Contributions are also accepted during “Pay What You Can” Previews. Mainstage Season tickets are available by phone, online or in person through the YHC Box Office located in the lobby of Goolsby Center.

YHC Guitar Ensemble Concert
YHC Guitar Ensemble Concert Tuesday, November 12 7:00 PM @ Susan B. Harris Chapel

This event is free and open to the public.

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