Hey guys, it’s that time of the semester again: Unity Day is this Wednesday! Let’s all celebrate the cohesion that binds us by studying hard together. Finals are only a few weeks away, so make sure to tackle the hard questions now so you won’t have to worry about them later.
Dr. Kevin Moore will be holding a FREE piano recital in P100 on Sunday, April 7, at 2:30PM. Come on down to be serenaded by the majesty of Schubert, Mozart, and Brahms.
Monday, April 8th, 2019
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, #FreeIfYouCanFindMeOCC
- It’s the last #FreeIfYouCanFindMeOCC of the semester! Come out and get asome
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Business Club Fundraiser, 3600 W Genessee St
- Come on down to Chipotle Mexican Grill and get connected!
Tuesday, April 9th
2:00 PM, “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka” by Nabil Mousa, featuring film screening, artist talk and reception, Gordon Great Room
- Arts Across Campus presents the world premiere of the sculptural installation “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka” by Syrian-American artist and human rights activist Nabil Mousa. The event will feature a film screening, artist talk and reception. Mousa says, “I make art in the name of social justice, reflecting upon my journey as an artist and a citizen. I am an artist. I am an American. I am an Arab. I am a gay man. I am an activist. I am a peacemaker.” The event will take place in the Gordon Great Room and refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Unity Day, OCC Main Campus,
- Unity is Strength, Division is Weakness. Join us for a chance to win one of such prizes as 23&Me Ancestry Kits, Apple Watches, Gift Cards, and much more!
Thursday, April 11th, 2019
12:30 – 2:00 PM, Our Own Veils: Revealing Our Personal Identities, Gordon Great Room
- In association with the exhibition “Conceal/Reveal: Invisible Burka,” Arts Across Campus presents “Our Own Veils: Revealing Our Personal Identities,” a panel discussion featuring Syrian-American artist and Human Rights activist Nabil Mousa and students from the refugee and immigrant communities and the LGBTQIA+ community; moderated by Chris Kukenberger, Professor of Art (refreshments provided).