Jump back into your social spring semester activities on March 12 with a showing of “Pandora’s Box” at 7 p.m. Hosted by WSU’s Department of History as part of the History Film Series, the show will play at the Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater.
The original film was produced in Germany in 1929, combining the plays “Erdgeist” and “Die Büchse der Pandora.” The silent melodrama follows the story of a young woman fallen from grace who accelerates the downfall of herself and several powerful men.
“Pandora’s Box” remains a classic silent film, one critics call insightful, beautiful and horrifying.
Boston Globe critic Wesley Morris writes, “The movie remains one of the most insightful depictions of the elemental incongruity between man’s nature and woman’s.”
For more details contact Dr. Brady Brower, Assistant Professor of History, at: email@example.com or call 801-626-6291.
Wildlife and Landscapes featuring Sam Zeveloff
Recently retired zoology professor of Weber State University Sam Zeveloff is exhibiting many of his photographs at the Stewart Library in Room 321 on March 13 at 4 p.m.
Zeveloff’s travels have influenced his photography, and the exhibit will include photos from exotic places such as Madagascar and Fiji.
In a press release from WSU, Zeveloff said, “I have always been deeply intrigued by nature’s incredible and profound beauty. My hope is that those viewing these photographs will be moved to conserve the places and species that inspire them.”
Jazz at the Station featuring Joe McQueen
Ogden’s Jazz at the Station event is back on March 14 at 7 p.m. This month’s performance will feature The Joe McQueen Quartet. The group is comprised of Joe McQueen playing sax, Don Keipp on drums, Brad Wright on guitar and Ryan Conger on keyboard.
The Jazz at the Station writes, “Mr. McQueen has been performing locally since the late 1940s. He often appears publicly in venues where the audience must be 21 or older. His appearance with Jazz at the Station offers a family-friendly, student-friendly opportunity to listen to his music.”
The event is free and children and families are welcome, as long as children do not disrupt the performance or disturb audience members.
For more information about this monthly program, contact co-producers Caril Jennings: firstname.lastname@example.org or Benjamin Jennings: email@example.com or visit Jazz at the Station’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Jazz-at-the-Station.
WSU alumna Fanya Lin and piano faculty Shijun Wang will perform together on March 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the Browning Center Allred Theater. The performance, titled, “Russian Night,” features passionate Russian music and is hosted by WSU’s Telita E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities.
Lin is a native of Taipei, Taiwan, who came to WSU in 2008 to study with Dr. Yu-Jane Yang. She began formal piano study at age four.
The New York Times writes of Lin, “Daunting yet seductive, shimmering sustained tones, punctuated in unison in this dazzlingly persuasive concert.”
Wang is an also accomplished pianist. He has performed across the globe and received positive reviews.
Tickets are $7/$6.