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Friends and Neighbors Calendar

Friends & Neighbors Calendar

Friends and neighbors are welcome to attend a variety of exceptional performances, discussions, interviews and events on the Montclair State University campus. Each week we present a curated list of intriguing events open to the public.

September 11, 2018 – December 15, 2018
George Segal from the Permanent Collection of Montclair State University

George Segal Gallery proudly presents George Segal from the Permanent Collection of Montclair State University. This exhibit features more than 20 works by American icon George Segal, all from Montclair State University’s Permanent Collection. Mostly known for his figurative sculpture, this exhibit focuses more on his two-dimensional work, including drawings, silkscreens, aquatints, and lithographs.

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Detail of painting by George Segal

December 11, 2018

Films and Filmmakers Series

Chad Smith first developed his interest in Rudy Wiedoeft while studying with Wiedoeft protege, Ted Hegvik at West Chester University in 1992. As a “direct descendent” to the Wiedoeft style, Chad is continuing the tradition of keeping Wiedoeft’s genius alive. In addition to Wiedoeft Chad has presented lectures and recitals all across the country on the unique stylings of the legendary, woodwind artist Al Gallodoro. In these specific presentations Mr. Smith is honored to perform on Alls 1958 alto saxophone, bass clarinet and clarinet.

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December 13, 2018

Public Telescope Nights

See the night sky and learn about what you’re really looking at from professionals with professional equipment.

What you’ll see:

Constellations, the Moon, Planets, Star Clusters, Double Stars, Nebulae, Galaxies, and more.

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December 13-16, 2018

Smashed

What do you get when you toss together four crockery sets, nine jugglers, and 80 apples? Smashed, a tea party you will never forget! A group of charming, well-dressed young people are the stage and, under the guise of a quaint afternoon tea, engage in the dark art of juggling. This stunning exploration of gender conflict and relationships, seduction and savagery, pays homage to modern dance icon Pina Bausch. The performers’ virtuosic blend of skill, precision, and theatricality will leave you breathless.

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