Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Eleventh Hour: Transcendence - Overcoming Adversity in Beethoven and T.S. Eliot

The MusicIC Festival, in partnership with the Iowa Summer Writing Festival (ISWF), presents a special "Eleventh Hour" that explores the connections between Beethoven's Op. 132...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Ernest

The Iowa Summer Rep, based in the UI Theatre Arts Department, is producing Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest this June 15 to 25 in the E.C. Mabie Theatre. Alyssa Cokinis, the...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Front Porch Music Festival at ICPL

The Longfellow neighborhood's Front Porch Music Festival is a celebration of music-making, inspired by the Water Hill Music Fest in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Trevor Harvey, lecturer at the UI...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

La Chicana: Memories of the Chicago Barrio and Readings in Latino Poetry

The Reading Aloud poetry group from the Iowa City Senior Center reads pieces from noted Latino poets that address the historical and contemporary experience of Latinos and Chicanos in the Americas...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Obermann Conversations: The Making of "Hot Tamale Louie"

UI Music Professor and jazz musician, John Rapson, talks about the making of his jazz-centered production, “Hot Tamale Louie.” He discusses the collaborative process with local folk singer-...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Mission Creek Festival 2016: Digitized - The Evolution of Music in the Age of Connection

Digitized: The Evolution of Music in the Age of Connection, is an all-star panel discussion of the evolution of technology and its increasing impact on the ways in which music is now created,...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Mission Creek Festival 2016: High Growth - Technology-Fueled Entrepreneurship

Technology, startups, creativity, culture and innovation are critically intertwined in the future of our economy. Eric Engelmann, executive director of NewBoCo, discusses how these five elements...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Witching Hour Festival 2016: Researching Ana Mendieta

Panelists Adriana Méndez Rodenas, Artemisa Marie Dolores Clark, and Jenna Sauers discuss the work of Cuban American artist, sculptor, painter, video artist, and University of Iowa alum, Ana...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies

Cocoa & Carols with the Combined Efforts Men's Choir

Join the talented singers from Combined Efforts Men's Choir for a Christmas carol sing-a-long.

Recorded on December 4, 2016 at the Iowa City Public Library.

Arts, Music, and Hobbies, Children's

Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South with Mark Speltz

Author and Historian Mark Speltz will be here to read from his new book North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond The South. The history of the civil rights movement is commonly illustrated...

Arts, Music, and Hobbies, Local History