Events for Thursday, Mar 30, 2017

Thursdays at MMofA

Free admission and access to all galleries; special programs. Thursday, 10 AM - 9 PM.

Location: Mobile Museum of Art

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MPL: The LUV Club

“Living Up to Values” for girls is a program designed to empower and encourage all girls through a variety of activities that include - crafts, games, music and special guests. Registration is encouraged. 

Location: Mobile Public Library: Toulminville Branch

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Art Exhibition: Benjamin Shamback

A collection of scenic and still life paintings on copper by Ben Shamback.  Opening reception. 

Location: USA Visual Arts Gallery

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5th Thursday Overload

Kids of all ages are welcomed!

Unwind with video games, crafts and snacks!

For more information, please call the Children’s Department or email

Location: Mobile Public Library,Ben May Main Library

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Heartstrings in Harmony

A night with the arts: Art at 5:30 with appetizers and wine featuring ANNA-MARIE BABINGTON,COLLEEN TERRELL COMER,SUZANNE DAMRICH,VERONICA GALEY, STEPHANIE MORRIS, GAYNOR LUCE REYNOLDS, ASHLEY TERRELL and performance by violinist MATTHEW MADONIA and DR.ROBERT HOLM pianist at 7:00pm. Benefiting Most Pure Heart of Mary School

Location: The Steeple on St. Francis Street

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‘Subjects that Scare Us: How and Why Artists Address Difficult Subject Matter in Their Work’

What is the purpose of art in today’s society? Is it to contribute a reprise of beauty in an often ugly world? Or should art reflect things that are true, even if they are difficult to look at? There is no one answer to these questions, but every artist strives to answer them nonetheless. Local artists and academics Wanda Sullivan, Lavada Raouf, Phillip Counselman, April Livingston, and De’Anthony Delaney will discuss possible answers from their experience on why and to what end artists portray uncomfortable subjects. This talk, inspired by the CHRISTENBERRY: In Alabama exhibition—which includes two of Christenberry’s controversial works of the KKK—explores why and how artists portray subjects and themes not always fit for the dinner table.

Location: Mobile Museum of Art

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Baker Theatre Department Presents: Jungalbook

Jungalbook by Edward Mast adapted from Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book. Directed by Eric C. Browne // Costumes by Anna Merchant. Limited seating.  Please arrive early to secure a ticket or see a BHS Theatre Representative to Pre- Order. For group group reservations or questions, contact 

Location: Baker High School Auditorium

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USA Flute Choir and Celtic CrĂșe Spring Concert

The University of South Alabama Flute Choir and Celtic Crúe, directed by Dr. Andra Bohnet and Travis Jones, will present their Spring Concert on Thursday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center Recital Hall. The Flute Choir will perform works written for this unique-sounding ensemble as well as transcriptions from the classical music repertoire.

Location: Laidlaw Recital Hall

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