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Arts and Humanities Fall Season Under Way

The Austin Community College Arts and Humanities Division invites students, faculty, staff, and the community to explore the theme “Dreams and Destinations: Where are you going?” through the fall 2013 season – including drama, dance, film, and art events.

“This year’s theme is a natural progression of exploration and self-discovery that Arts and Humanities has been centered on for the past few years,” says Matthew Daude Laurents, interim dean. “All of our departments provide unique and creative ways to explore this theme.”

This fall, the Art Department will take full advantage of the Rio Grande Campus Gallery. The Texas Sculpture Group will display at the gallery through Thursday, Oct. 10, and ACC art majors will have their own exhibit in November.

Other highlights of the season include:

  • Playwright Caridad Svich, also an accomplished songwriter, editor, and translator, will give a reading and discuss her writing process Oct. 18 at Eastview Campus.
  • Neil LaBute’s romantic drama “Reasons to be Pretty” will be performed Oct. 25-27 and Nov. 1-3 at the Rio Grande Campus Mainstage Theater.
  • ACC dance students and faculty will perform Dec. 6 and 7 at the Rio Grande Campus Mainstage Theater.

Events are open to the public. For more information and to see a full schedule of events, visit austincc.edu/ah.

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