Nov
13
Tue
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 13 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), this exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please check our website for exhibition days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and may have limited hours during university holidays.

 

UI School of Music presents Band Extravaganza @ Carver Hawkeye Arena
Nov 13 @ 7:30 pm

Symphony Band, Johnson County Landmark, Hawkeye Marching Band

Richard Mark Heidel, John Rapson, and Eric Bush, directors

Get ready for the biggest band event in Iowa! The Hawkeye Marching Band, alongside the UI Golden Girl and Drum Major, perform highlights from the 2018 football halftime shows. Rounding out the evening are powerful performances from the UI Symphony Band and the big band sounds of Johnson County Landmark. Your family will love the music, and you’ll love being part of this Hawkeye tradition!

Advance tickets: Adults $9, Youth $6, UI students $5
At the door: Adults $14, Youth $8, UI students $5
Contact Hancher for tickets and group rates.

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the sponsoring department or contact person listed in advance of the event.

Nov
14
Wed
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), this exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please check our website for exhibition days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and may have limited hours during university holidays.

 

HANCHER’S CULINARY ARTS EXPERIENCE: Baroncini Ristorante @ Hancher Auditorium
Nov 14 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Four restaurants will offer amazing dining experiences in the beautiful setting of the Stanley Café.
$40 per person, per event
Tickets must be purchased in advance through the Hancher Box Office.
Ticket price includes dinner, non-alcoholic beverages, tax, and gratuity.
Capacity is limited and each table seats six.

Baroncini Ristorante is an authentic Italian restaurant emphasizing classic techniques, fresh Iowa ingredients, and Italian produce, and was recently nominated Best Italian Restaurant in Iowa by MSN.com.

Other Culinary Arts Experiences:

Saint Burch Tavern/Pullman Diner
October 10, 5–8 pm

University Catering, Dinner with the Chefs
February 6, 5–8 pm

Trumpet Blossom Cafe
April 24, 5–8 pm


Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Hancher in advance at (319) 335-1158.

Nov
15
Thu
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 15 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), the fall exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please visit our website for exhibit days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and for certain university holidays.

UI School of Music presents Iowa Symphony Band @ Voxman Music Building Concert Hall
Nov 15 @ 7:30 pm

Richard Mark Heidel, conductor
Kenneth Tse, saxophone
Arron Perrine, guest composer

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the sponsoring department or contact person listed in advance of the event.

Nov
16
Fri
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 16 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), this exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please check our website for exhibition days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and may have limited hours during university holidays.

 

Nov
17
Sat
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 17 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), the fall exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please visit our website for exhibit days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and for certain university holidays.

Alsarah & the Nubatones @ Hancher Auditorium
Nov 17 @ 7:30 pm

ADULT: $35 | $25 | $20
COLLEGE STUDENT: $31 | $10
YOUTH: $17 | $10

“Soul crosses all cultural and linguistic barriers,” says Alsarah, whose astounding vocals were central to The Nile Project, which Hancher presented in 2015. Now, she returns with her new band to perform music she calls East African retro-pop. You’ll feel this music in your heart, in your feet, and of course, in your soul.

Event Sponsors:
Dale and Linda Baker


Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Hancher in advance at (319) 335-1158.

Nov
18
Sun
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom)
Nov 18 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Building Community @ Iowa Memorial Union, third floor (room 376/Richey Ballroom) | Iowa City | Iowa | United States

To mark our upcoming 50th anniversary (2019), the fall exhibition at the UIMA@IMU Visual Classroom celebrates outstanding examples of our collection. We highlight selections from the Elliott and Stanley collections of European and African art respectively, as well as other works recently entrusted to us as gifts and those purchased with strategic forethought during the museum’s early years. The exhibition also shares the vision and plans for the new building with the community that has nurtured us and that we serve.

Please visit our website for exhibit days/hours.  We are closed on Mondays and for certain university holidays.