Winthrop University

Cultural Events Calendar

Welcome to Cultural Events at Winthrop University!

Explore a wide variety of events each semester, including theatrical productions, concerts and recitals, art exhibitions, film screenings, lectures and discussions, and more! The official calendar of events can be found below. To learn more about the program, please visit the FAQs page or contact the Cultural Events Coordinator for additional information. For news and announcements on upcoming events, follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

The next Cultural Events Committee meeting will be on Tuesday, March 9th. In order to be guaranteed review, all event proposals and student petitions must be submitted by Friday, March 5th at 11:59 p.m.

Spring 2021 Semester

Note: This calendar is updated on a regular basis as new events are approved. All event details are subject to change. Search events by month:  JanuaryFebruary |  MarchApril

Date

Time

Event                                             

Location

GLI

Now until
04/27/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'Hyeonseo Lee on Escaping
North Korea'

Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Free, open to Winthrop students/faculty/staff. Click here to access the event for Cultural Event credit (requires student login)
Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: An interview with Common Book author Hyeonseo Lee.
    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. For assistance, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online 
(asynchronous),

TechSmith Knowmia
GLI logo
Now until
04/27/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Defector: Escape from North Korea' Documentary

Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Free, open to students/faculty/staff. Click here to access the event for Cultural Event credit (requires student login) | Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Film
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Common Book: 'The Defector' a film about escaping from North Korea.
    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. For assistance, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online 
(asynchronous),

TechSmith Knowmia
GLI logo
Now until
04/27/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Invisible Thread of Human Rights'

Duration: 1 hour | Access: Free, open to public.
•  Click here for public access
•  Click here to access the event for Cultural Event credit (requires student login)
Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This pre-recorded session will delve into life as author Hyeonseo Lee depicts it, as well as her awakening to the notion of human rights. The presentation will open a window into a human experience far different from our own, but also help us see our own human experience in a different light.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. For assistance, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online 
(asynchronous),

TechSmith Knowmia
GLI logo
Now until
04/27/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Good, the Bad, and the Imagined in East Asia'

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free, open to public.
•  Click here for public access
•  Click here to access the event for Cultural Event credit (requires student login)
Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This pre-recorded presentation by Dr. Catherine Chang delves into East Asian politics, culture, and recent trends.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. For assistance, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online 
(asynchronous),

TechSmith Knowmia
GLI logo
Now until
04/27/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'Torture Survivors Tell Their Stories'

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free.
•  Click here for public access
•  Click here to access the event for Cultural Event credit (requires student login)
Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Hear the compelling stories of torture survivors and the struggle for human rights around the world.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must complete the video activity on TechSmith Knowmia. Users must log in to TechSmith with their Winthrop email address (@mailbox.winthrop.edu). First-time users may need to change their password. For assistance, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online 
(asynchronous),

TechSmith Knowmia
GLI logo
1/19/2021 7:00 PM

What Comes Next in the Presidential Transition?

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: moyonk@winthrop.edu | 803/323-4663

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Learn about how the Office of the President transitions from one person to another.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the entire event and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event. For questions regarding credit, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

Online,
Zoom
 
1/19/2021 8:00 PM DSU Presents... Keep It Civil

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free. 
In-person event registration
Online event registration
Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu | 757/870-2497

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This event will discuss the recent political climate and how to maintain positive and civil disagreement in the midst of different political and social viewpoints.

    Guidelines for Credit: 

    OPTION 1.
    To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

    OPTION 2. 
    To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

OPTION 1.
In-person,
Dina's Place

OPTION 2.
Online (live),
Zoom

 
1/21/2021 8:00 PM

DSU Presents... Self-Care Night

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu, 757/870-2497

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This event will inform students on the variety of ways that they can preserve their mental, physical and emotional health as they begin a new semester. This event will include tips from health and counseling, information on how to preserve and practice proper nutrition, and other relevant topics.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

In-person, Richardson Ballroom  
1/26/2021 7:00 PM 

'Into the Canyon' (2019) Documentary and Discussion

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: bollingerm@winthrop.edu | 803/323-4944

    Program: Film & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 'Into the Canyon' (2019) documents a hike through the entire Grand Canyon; the filmmakers highlight many of the ongoing threats to this important landmark. Two local experts will provide additional commentary and lead discussion that follows.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
1/28/2021 11:30 AM

"Stalking for Love"

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address). | Event Contact: jacksoni@winthrop.edu | 803/280-9467

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This event brings awareness to stalking and how the media portrays stalking in a positive light. Students will learn the signs of stalking and how it is different from love.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
1/28/2021 3:00 PM

"Research Explorations"

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: johnsonhs@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Research Explorations is a virtual event that showcases faculty and student research projects. Guest speakers will present and discuss their current research projects and explain their research methods and processes. The Research Explorations series will help students learn how to build a framework for structuring and presenting their own research projects. The first guest speaker in the Research Explorations series on January 28th will be the new Dean of Dacus Library and Pettus Archives, Kaetrena Davis Kendrick. She will be discussing the application of the phenomenological research method in an international librarianship study.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/4/2021  11:00 AM

Keeping the Dream of Social Justice Alive

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | For questions concerning credit, please contact culturalevents@winthrop.edu.

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Serena Williams, recipient of the Dream Keeper Award and ever-present advocate for social justice in Rock Hill, challenges students to keep the dream alive by advocating for the advancement of social and racial justice in the community.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
GLI logo
2/5/2021 4:00 PM

Film & Discussion: 'Emma'
Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Program: Film & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Join Friday Arts Project for a film discussion on the movie Emma (2020).

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

In-person, Kinard Auditorium

 
2/5/2021 6:00 PM

WUG Virtual Artist Talk: Adam N. Justice, Director of Galleries at UNC Charlotte

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Please join Winthrop University Galleries for an artist talk by our juror for this year’s 33rd Undergraduate Juried Exhibition, Adam N. Justice, Director of Galleries at UNC Charlotte.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must join the video session on time, attending the entire event, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
GLI logo
2/9/2021 11:00 AM

Stacey Davidson Sabbatical Presentation: Race, Violence & Voting Rights in York County 1871-2

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to join the video session. | Event Contact: 803/323-2126

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Please join the Department of Fine Arts to learn all about Stacey Davidson's sabbatical research: Race, Violence & Voting Rights in York County 1871-2.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must join the video session on time, attending the entire event, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Zoom
GLI logo
2/9/2021 3:00 PM

Research Explorations: "Going Upstate: Challenging Mass Imprisonment in New York State"

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Dr. Adolphus Belk, Jr. discusses his research on Mass Incarceration and the role of the Hip Hop community in pushing for reform. This talk is part of the Research Explorations Series hosted by the CAS Undergraduate Research Committee and the Dacus Library.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/9/2021 7:00 PM

National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD)

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address) | Event Contact: kishk@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day with a power panel from the Charlotte Hornets to gain insight and inspiration as you embark on your career.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/9/2021 7:00 PM

Hub Meeting - Artist Talk with Sara Simpson

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. | Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Come hear local fiber artist Sara Simpson share about her current body of work.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

In-person,
DIGS 223

 
2/11/2021 11:00 AM

Choose Love, Not Violence

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address)  | Event Contact: 803/391-5739, gaineyk5@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & Discussion
    Family Friendly: The Office of Victims Assistance (OVA) is hosting this event to bring awareness to the topic of domestic violence.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/11/2021 7:30 PM

The Swing of the Sea

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Boots, a girl who wears yellow rain boots even when it's not raining, and a boy called Eggs take a journey through memory and imagination following the sudden death of their friend, Peter. As Eggs dreams of asking Boots to the upcoming Favorites Dance, Boots loses herself in a world of fallen leaves, consumed by her quest to remember the last words Peter said to her before he died. The Swing of the Sea is a play about growing old without aging that examines the way fantasy and memory converge.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/12/2021 7:30 PM

The Swing of the Sea

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Boots, a girl who wears yellow rain boots even when it's not raining, and a boy called Eggs take a journey through memory and imagination following the sudden death of their friend, Peter. As Eggs dreams of asking Boots to the upcoming Favorites Dance, Boots loses herself in a world of fallen leaves, consumed by her quest to remember the last words Peter said to her before he died. The Swing of the Sea is a play about growing old without aging that examines the way fantasy and memory converge.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/12/2021 2:00 PM

WUG Virtual Artist Talk:
Elizabeth Dulemba, Illustrator Associate Professor

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
GLI logo
2/13/2021 7:30 PM

The Swing of the Sea

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Boots, a girl who wears yellow rain boots even when it's not raining, and a boy called Eggs take a journey through memory and imagination following the sudden death of their friend, Peter. As Eggs dreams of asking Boots to the upcoming Favorites Dance, Boots loses herself in a world of fallen leaves, consumed by her quest to remember the last words Peter said to her before he died. The Swing of the Sea is a play about growing old without aging that examines the way fantasy and memory converge.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/14/2021 2:00 PM

The Swing of the Sea

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Boots, a girl who wears yellow rain boots even when it's not raining, and a boy called Eggs take a journey through memory and imagination following the sudden death of their friend, Peter. As Eggs dreams of asking Boots to the upcoming Favorites Dance, Boots loses herself in a world of fallen leaves, consumed by her quest to remember the last words Peter said to her before he died. The Swing of the Sea is a play about growing old without aging that examines the way fantasy and memory converge.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/15/2021 7:00 PM

Workshop: Words & Actions Matter

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: 803/203-0892, kishk@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Advance a culture of inclusion on Winthrop's campus and beyond.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/17/2021 7:00 PM 

Brain Works: Mindful Thinking

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address). | Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This event will outline the idea of mindfulness based cognitive behavioral strategies. These strategies can be used to help break negative thought patterns and master control of your thoughts.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register with their Winthrop email address, (2) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (3) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/17/2021 7:00 PM

"Without a Song Each Day Would Be a Century": A Portrait of Mahalia Jackson in Song

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: 757/679-7616,
dmcknightoj@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Black History Month Event: "Without a Song Each Day Would Be a Century": A Portrait of Mahalia Jackson in Song

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/18/2021 6:00 PM

WUG Virtual Artist Talk:
Myles Calvert, Printmaking Assistant Professor

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must join the video session on time, attending the entire event, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
GLI logo
2/18/2021 6:30 PM

COVID-19 Insights: A Community Update

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: moyonk@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Come gain a better understanding of what is happening regarding COVID-19 in our state and our region.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Zoom
GLI logo
2/18/2021 7:30 PM

Hear Our Voice: Shining a Light on Diversity in Musical Theatre

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: The Department of Theatre and Dance and guest director Sidney Horton take you on a bold theatrical journey, celebrating the resourcefulness and tenacity of those who contributed to cultural diversity in musical theatre.  Exploring questions of inclusion and representation on Broadway, this production will feature songs from many well-known musicals throughout history. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/19/2021 12:30 PM

Winthrop Dietetic Internship Professional Seminar Day

Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address) | Event Contact: thompsonl@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Join Winthrop's 2020-2021 dietetic interns for an informative 3-hour seminar focusing on current topics in nutrition and dietetics. The keynote speaker, Ms. Julie Dillon, will discuss the role of a weight neutral approach in nutrition therapy.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/19/2021 7:30 PM

Hear Our Voice: Shining a Light on Diversity in Musical Theatre

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: The Department of Theatre and Dance and guest director Sidney Horton take you on a bold theatrical journey, celebrating the resourcefulness and tenacity of those who contributed to cultural diversity in musical theatre.  Exploring questions of inclusion and representation on Broadway, this production will feature songs from many well-known musicals throughout history. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/20/2021 7:30 PM

Hear Our Voice: Shining a Light on Diversity in Musical Theatre

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: The Department of Theatre and Dance and guest director Sidney Horton take you on a bold theatrical journey, celebrating the resourcefulness and tenacity of those who contributed to cultural diversity in musical theatre.  Exploring questions of inclusion and representation on Broadway, this production will feature songs from many well-known musicals throughout history. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/21/2021 2:00 PM

Hear Our Voice: Shining a Light on Diversity in Musical Theatre

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: The Department of Theatre and Dance and guest director Sidney Horton take you on a bold theatrical journey, celebrating the resourcefulness and tenacity of those who contributed to cultural diversity in musical theatre.  Exploring questions of inclusion and representation on Broadway, this production will feature songs from many well-known musicals throughout history. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
GLI logo
2/23/2021 6:00 PM

WUG Virtual Artist Talk: Stephanie Sutton, Photography and Time-Based Media Assistant Professor

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the entire event and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
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2/25/2021 11:00 AM

The 19th Annual Dorothy Perry Thompson Colloquium on African American Studies and the African American Experience

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: dmcknightoj@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description:

    The annual colloquium honors the late English Professor Dorothy Perry Thompson, the founder of Winthrop's minor in African American Studies Program. The colloquium also offers the opportunity to "bring in nationally- and internationally-renowned writers and scholars to talk about different aspects of the African American experience.” 
     
    Featuring: Dr. Brandon K. Winford, Associate Professor - Keynote Speaker.
     
    "A Dangerous Age: John Hervey Wheeler and the Search for Freedom of Movement.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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2/25/2021 11:00 AM

Mindfulness: A Wellness Practice

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address) | Event Contact: pricel11@winthrop.edu, 772/834-3932

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Learn how mindfulness can be adopted as a wellness practice through guided meditation and interactive discussion.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
 2/25/2021 3:00 PM

Research Explorations: "Conducting Field Research in Kenya during the COVID-19 pandemic"

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: deinertv@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This talk presents the author’s experience in conducting field research in northern Kenya, Turkana County, a semi-arid area consisting predominantly of the Turkana people. The author has completed the survey of 800 households in November and December 2020 on the issue of oil extraction and its impact on people’s lives. In this talk, the author will discuss how to conduct field research overseas, particularly in a developing country, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. The author will discuss ethics and health considerations when conducting field research during the time of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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2/25/2021 5:00 PM 

COE Town Hall: Mind, Body and Spirit: A Comprehensive Approach for Dealing with Stress

Duration: 90 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address) | Event Contact: hamills@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This past year has created incredible challenges and overwhelming stressors for many, in different and dynamic ways. This session will talk about how that stress may impact mind, body, and spirit, sometimes in unexpected ways. We hope to emphasize stress-coping strategies that prioritize well-being and promote renewal. We would love for you to join us in this important discussion!

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/25/2021 6:00 PM

Flight Plan Presents: Jeopardy, Life after Graduation

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: foxworths@winthrop.edu, 803/323-3019

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description:

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/25/2021 7:00 PM

Peer Dialogues

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: 662/695-0559, bonda2@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: In honor of Black History Month, the Office of Diversity and Student Engagement will be hosting Peer
    Dialogues. Each room will be dedicated to a different topic significant to the Black Community and
    facilitated by a Diversity Peer Educator!

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be checked at the door before and after the event.

In-person, DIGS 223  
2/25/2021 7:00 PM

NAACP Presents: Black History Trivia

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: youngm24@mailbox.winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This event will be a mix of a discussion, and interactive game that sheds light on black history

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
2/26/2021 11:00 AM

Casual Friday - "Once Upon a Time, All Around the World"

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address). | Event Flyer (PDF - 114 KB) |  Event Contact: international@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Dr. Casey Cothran will present about the function and cultural impact related to fairytales and folklore from around the world.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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2/27/2021  2:00 PM

Power, Influence, and The African Diaspora: Cross-Cultural Orientations and Perspectives in Haiti and Francophone West Africa

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free.
In-person event registration
Online event registration
Event Contact: brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This event will present national, ethnic, and communal items and tendencies that are often at the root of the salient and manifest differences in workplace cultures around the world and most specifically Francophone Africa and West Indies. Specifically, the countries of Haiti and Senegal will be used to illustrate how concepts about power and relationships affect ways in which activities and tasks are carried out, supervised, and managed in the workplace environment. Linkages and connections between the two French-speaking Pan-African countries will also be highlighted.

    Guidelines for Credit: 

    OPTION 1.
    To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

    OPTION 2. 
    To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

OPTION 1.
In-person,
Dina's Place

OPTION 2.
Online,
Zoom

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3/2/2021 6:00 PM

WUG Virtual Panel Discussion: Eva Roberts and Alex Albright

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the entire event and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
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3/2/2021 7:00 PM

The COVID Effect: One Year Later at Winthrop

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address). | Event Contact: 803/323-3381, mooreke@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description:

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/3/2021 1:00 PM

Body Hacks for a Calmer Mind

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address) | Event Contact: 803/323-2206, hudgensj@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Learn about the impact of sustained stress on your mental health and learn body hacks to help quickly shift your brain back intoamore relaxed state - even when you can'taccess your normal coping skills.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/4/2021 6:30 PM

South Carolina Redistricting 2021

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: 803/323-4663, moyonk@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Redistricting impacts your representation and your life. Join us to hear how to make it a more open, democratic process.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the entire event and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/5/2021 4:00 PM

Film & Discussion: 'Spirited Away'
Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Program: Film & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Join Friday Arts Project for a film discussion on the movie Spirited Away (2001). Audience members will discuss how culture and experience shape how the film is viewed.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

In-person, Kinard Auditorium  
3/9/2021 11:00 AM

Health Profession Connection Webinar-Health Disparities in US

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register (students must use their Winthrop email address). | Event Contact: 803/323-4520, koszewskiw@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: This webinar will focus on the COVID-19 virus and the impact it has had on health disparities.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/9/2021 8:00 PM

DSU Presents: The Feminine Experience

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon.| Event Contact: 803/646-4048, davist45@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: This interactive presentation will speak on the experiences of women navigating femininity and womanhood in today's society.

    Guidelines for Credit:

    OPTION 1.
    To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be checked at the door before and after the event.

    OPTION 2. 
    To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

OPTION 1.
In-person,
Dina's Place

OPTION 2.
Online (live),
Zoom

 
3/11/2021 11:00 AM

A Conversation with the NASW National President: Mit Joyner

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: 803/673-3151, sharpea3@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: During these challenging times of social, economic, political, and environmental injustice, Dr. Mit Joyner is committed to educating students and other attendees about why they are essential in improving our society for the better.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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3/16/2021 7:00 PM

Life After WU: CAS Alumni Speakers’ Panel - Navigating a Career Path During a Pandemic

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: 803/524-9608, disneyj@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Come to the CAS Alumni Speakers’ Panel to learn how three amazing CAS Alumni – Vilissa Thompson,
    Hannah Swan, and Ian Deas – turned degrees in Social Work, Math, and Biology into careers in Disability Rights Advocacy, Software Engineering at DISNEY, and serving as Associate Dean at Princeton, and how they are navigating those careers during the global pandemic.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/23/2021 7:00 PM

Faith and Violence: Experiencing Holy War in the Middle Ages

Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: 919/452-2414, bellgd@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description:

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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 3/25/2021 11:00 AM

WUG Virtual Artist Talk: Oscar Soto

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Click here to join. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must attend the entire event and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

Online,
Blackboard Collaborate
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3/25/2021 11:00 AM

Mindful Nutrition and Movement

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: craine2@mailbox.winthrop.edu

    Program: Special event
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Join us to learn about mindfuleating and practice tuning into your body with a guided vinyasa yoga session!

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/25/2021 5:00 PM

Achieving Educational Equity through Personalized Learning

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: coesasga@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: Join Winthrop University Alumni and SCDE Office of Personalized Learning Coach Keri Fersner in an interactive conversation on the past and future of education in SC and how aspiring teachers can make education more equitable through personalized learning!

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/25/2021 7:30 PM

The Creative Writing Program's Student Showcase

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: 803/415-3926, breitkreutzj2@mailbox.winthrop.edu

    Program: Reading
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Join this Zoom event to hear some fantastic student work read!

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
3/29/2021 7:00 PM

Combating Sex Trafficking: Using Big Data Analytics to Identify Hotspot Hotels

Duration: 75 minutes | Admission: Free. Click here to register. | Event Contact: changc@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: In this one-hour Zoom meeting, Dr. Edward Huang will present how to use big data analytics to identify hotspot hotels for sex trafficking business operations. The goal is to prevent human trafficking and increase the awareness of these activities.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
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4/1/2021 11:00 AM

Blow the Whistle: A Conversation on Diversity in Coaching - Recognizing Barriers Specific to Black and African American Coaches

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon.| Event Contact: 843/749-9042, reedl8@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: “Blowing the Whistle,” the phrase, is a summation of this event’s goal, as in sport, when you hear the whistle blow the game stops and you are given the opportunity to talk things over. This webinar will serve as a sounding board for the initiatives needed to create a more diverse and welcoming coaching environment and inspire future female and minority coaching professionals.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online,
Zoom
 
4/1/2021 7:30 PM 

Exit, Pursued by a Bear

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No. Adult language and content.
    Description: Nan has decided to teach her abusive husband Kyle a lesson.  With the help of her friend Simon (acting as her emotional -- and actual -- cheerleader) and an exotic dancer named Sweetheart, she tapes Kyle to a chair and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their painful past.  In the piece de resistance, they plan to cover the room in meat and honey so Kyle will be mauled by a bear.  Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are both freed from their past in this smart, dark revenge comedy.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
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4/2/2021 4:00 PM

Film & Discussion: 'Star Wars: A New Hope'
Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Program: Film & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Join Friday Arts Project for a film discussion on the movie Star Wars: A New Hope (1977). Audience members will discuss how culture and experience shape how the film is viewed.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the door before and after the event.

In-person, Kinard Auditorium  
4/2/2021 7:30 PM

Exit, Pursued by a Bear

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No. Adult language and content.
    Description: Nan has decided to teach her abusive husband Kyle a lesson.  With the help of her friend Simon (acting as her emotional -- and actual -- cheerleader) and an exotic dancer named Sweetheart, she tapes Kyle to a chair and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their painful past.  In the piece de resistance, they plan to cover the room in meat and honey so Kyle will be mauled by a bear.  Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are both freed from their past in this smart, dark revenge comedy.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
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4/3/2021 7:30 PM

Exit, Pursued by a Bear

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No. Adult language and content.
    Description: Nan has decided to teach her abusive husband Kyle a lesson.  With the help of her friend Simon (acting as her emotional -- and actual -- cheerleader) and an exotic dancer named Sweetheart, she tapes Kyle to a chair and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their painful past.  In the piece de resistance, they plan to cover the room in meat and honey so Kyle will be mauled by a bear.  Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are both freed from their past in this smart, dark revenge comedy.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
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4/3/2021 2:00 PM

Exit, Pursued by a Bear

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No. Adult language and content.
    Description: Nan has decided to teach her abusive husband Kyle a lesson.  With the help of her friend Simon (acting as her emotional -- and actual -- cheerleader) and an exotic dancer named Sweetheart, she tapes Kyle to a chair and forces him to watch as they reenact scenes from their painful past.  In the piece de resistance, they plan to cover the room in meat and honey so Kyle will be mauled by a bear.  Through this night of emotional trials and ridiculous theatrics, Nan and Kyle are both freed from their past in this smart, dark revenge comedy.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

Online,
ShowTix4U
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4/7/2021 11:00 AM

Electric Vehicles, Energy, and the Environment: Changes on the Horizon

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration details coming soon. | Event Contact: wertss@winthrop.edu

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: Explore the relationship and impact of electric vehicles, the energy security, and climate change. A panel of experts will discuss trends and paths forward.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) attend the entire event, joining the video session on time, and (2) enable their web cameras during the event, remaining in camera view throughout the event. Digital backgrounds for Zoom (optional) can be found here.

Online
Zoom
 
4/7/2021 7:30 PM

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public (general admission seating). | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: One of the Spanish Golden Age's most accomplished female playwrights, Ana Caro presents a witty critique of society through the story of Leonor, a woman who sets out to find her one-time lover (Don Juan, naturally) and bring him to justice. "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs" is a comedy of wild intrigue and lively ingenuity in which Leonor crosses geographical boundaries and defies social expectations of gender in order to bring her fickle lover to justice and restore her lost honor. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

In-person, Winthrop Amphitheatre GLI logo
4/8/2021 7:30 PM

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public (general admission seating). | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: One of the Spanish Golden Age's most accomplished female playwrights, Ana Caro presents a witty critique of society through the story of Leonor, a woman who sets out to find her one-time lover (Don Juan, naturally) and bring him to justice. "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs" is a comedy of wild intrigue and lively ingenuity in which Leonor crosses geographical boundaries and defies social expectations of gender in order to bring her fickle lover to justice and restore her lost honor. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

In-person, Winthrop Amphitheatre GLI logo
4/9/2021 7:30 PM

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public (general admission seating). | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: One of the Spanish Golden Age's most accomplished female playwrights, Ana Caro presents a witty critique of society through the story of Leonor, a woman who sets out to find her one-time lover (Don Juan, naturally) and bring him to justice. "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs" is a comedy of wild intrigue and lively ingenuity in which Leonor crosses geographical boundaries and defies social expectations of gender in order to bring her fickle lover to justice and restore her lost honor. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

In-person, Winthrop Amphitheatre GLI logo
4/10/2021 7:30 PM

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public (general admission seating). | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: One of the Spanish Golden Age's most accomplished female playwrights, Ana Caro presents a witty critique of society through the story of Leonor, a woman who sets out to find her one-time lover (Don Juan, naturally) and bring him to justice. "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs" is a comedy of wild intrigue and lively ingenuity in which Leonor crosses geographical boundaries and defies social expectations of gender in order to bring her fickle lover to justice and restore her lost honor. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

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4/11/2021 2:00 PM

The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $8 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public (general admission seating). | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: One of the Spanish Golden Age's most accomplished female playwrights, Ana Caro presents a witty critique of society through the story of Leonor, a woman who sets out to find her one-time lover (Don Juan, naturally) and bring him to justice. "The Courage to Right a Woman's Wrongs" is a comedy of wild intrigue and lively ingenuity in which Leonor crosses geographical boundaries and defies social expectations of gender in order to bring her fickle lover to justice and restore her lost honor. 

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must arrive on time and present their Winthrop ID cards to be scanned at the entrance before and after the event.

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4/16/2021 7:30 PM

Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students. This production contains mature content and language and is not suitable for children.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/17/2021 7:30 PM

Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students. This production contains mature content and language and is not suitable for children.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/17/2021 2:00 PM

Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students. This production contains mature content and language and is not suitable for children.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/18/2021 2:00 PM

Student-Directed Spring One-Act Festival

Duration: 2-3 hours | Admission: $3 with Winthrop ID/$5 general public/$10 family. Purchase tickets here. | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Theatre production
    Family Friendly: No
    Description: A lively and entertaining and eclectic mix of one-act plays directed by advanced theatre students. This production contains mature content and language and is not suitable for children.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/23/2021 7:30 PM

Spring Dance Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public (reserved seating) | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Dance performance
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured including ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, and musical theatre.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/24/2021 7:30 PM

Spring Dance Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public (reserved seating) | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Dance performance
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured including ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, and musical theatre.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/25/2021 2:00 PM

Spring Dance Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5 with Winthrop ID/$10 general public (reserved seating) | Event Contact: boxoffice@winthrop.edu

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the performance (see details below).

    Program: Dance performance
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description: An evening of selected works by students, faculty, and guest artists. Come see an eclectic showcase of the best of the year's dancing in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A variety of dance styles will be featured including ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, and musical theatre.

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must purchase a ticket with their Winthrop email address, attend the performance, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed via email at the end of the event.

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4/29/2021 7:00 PM 

WUG Virtual Artist Talk: Renee Holliday

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Access link coming soon. | Event Contact: 803/323-2493

NOTE: To receive credit for attending this event, students must submit a 250-word petition after the event (see details below).

    Program: Lecture & discussion
    Family Friendly: Yes
    Description:

    Guidelines for Credit: To receive credit, students must join the video session on time, attending the entire event, and submit a 250-word reflection in a survey distributed at the end of the event.

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