The fluidity between past and present was encapsulated by Shippensburg University’s Art and Design Department in the “Then & Now” faculty exhibition, which held its opening reception in the Kauffman Gallery on Jan. 31.
Even Saturday afternoon’s below-freezing temperatures could not keep Shippensburg University students and community members from enjoying some live music to benefit Shippensburg’s newest venue — The Shippensburg Station.
Shippensburg University students and locals lined up outide SU’s Heiges Field House Sunday night in near freezing temperatures until warmth and music greeted them on the inside —making their momentary feelings of misery a rewarding strife.
First-time audience members entered the Shippensburg University Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday and were marked with a bright pink “V” on their foreheads with lipstick — others entered unmarked, knowing exactly what they came for.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band The Spinners and Vocal Group Hall of Fame band Little Anthony and The Imperials shared the audience during their performance at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Thursday.
Zachary Boger, a senior art major at Shippensburg University, explored the subjective emotions aroused in everyday life through expressionistic artworks in his exhibit “In My Head.” “In My Head” is currently on display at SU’s Brindle Gallery.
Stage lights dimmed to a Belleville, New Jersey, streetlight as jukebox musical “Jersey Boys” revived the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons for the sold out H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Wednesday.