Distinguished multidisciplinary artist Alexandra Bell presents “Counternarratives." Her work examines the ways in which media narratives shape discourse and policy surrounding race, politics, and culture.
University Convocation Program
Friday, February 18, 2022
Limited In-Person + Virtual Convocation
Fugue à la Gigue - David N. Johnson (1922-1987)
Performed by Daniel Schwandt, University Organist
Form the Fabric - inti figgis-vizueta (b. 1993)
Performed by Lawrence University Flute Ensemble
Erin Lesser, Michael Clayville, and Suzanne Jordheim, directors
Nick Baer, Isabella Cisneros, Kai Coley, Laura Cortes, Josie Dale, Alison Gauvreau, Juan Hernandez, Cindy Kaiser, Darren Lam, Carmen Magestro, Rachel Michtom, Amber Newman, Sarah Pedlar, Helen Threlkeld, Aukje Van Eck, Kylie Zajdel
Brigetta Miller (Mohican)
Associate Professor of Music, Affiliate Faculty Ethnic Studies
Introduction of Alexandra Bell
Assistant Professor of Art History
Trumpet Tune in A Major - David N. Johnson
Performed by Daniel Schwandt
Q&A immediately following
Please refrain from talking during all musical selections.
As a courtesy to the artists and to those in attendance, please be aware that sounds such as whispering and the rustling of programs and cellophane wrappers are magnified in the hall.
Please silence all cell phones and electronic devices. No recording or photography allowed.
An American Sign Language interpreter will be available and located near the stage.
"Door to Remain: Community in Poetry's Threshold"
Austin Segrest, assistant professor of English
Friday, May 27, 2022, 12:30 p.m.