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.

Click here to learn more about the program or contact us for additional information. For announcements on upcoming events, follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

Fall 2021

This calendar is updated on a regular basis as new events are added. Events are subject to change or cancellation. (note: Students should review the guidelines for CE credit prior to attending an event.)

    Date

    Time

    Event

    Location

    GLI

    08/24/2021 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Comedian Matteo Lane

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $5 students/$7 general public/Free with Welcome Week pass

      Program: Special Event

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Witness the hilarious and side-splitting comedy of Mateo Lane.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4757, getera@winthrop.edu

    Tillman Auditorium

     

    08/29/2021 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Drums of Polynesia

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5 students/$7 general public/Free with Welcome Week pass

      Program: Special Event

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Drums of Polynesia is a performance group that explores the traditional Polynesian culture through dance, acrobatics, fire eating, music and more!

      Event Contact: 803/323-4757, getera@winthrop.edu

    Amphitheatre GLI logo
    09/03/2021 4:00 PM

    Film Discussion: Soul

    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: A film discussion on Disney/Pixar's Soul.

      Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Kinard Auditorium  
    09/09/2021 11:00 AM

    Red Zone

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A discussion on the 'Red Zone,' this event brings awareness to sexual assault on college campuses.

      Event Contact: jacksoni@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
     
    09/09/2021 6:30 PM

    20 Years Since September 11, 2001: Examining America's War on Terror

    Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Join us for a look back at America's War on Terror and its implications for the future.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4663 | moyonk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
    GLI logo
    09/09/2021 7:00 PM

    Flight Plan Presents: Pinching Pennies

    Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Flight Plan Presents: Pinching Pennies! Financial education just went from "nice to have" to "must have" with this fun and interactive simulation. Join us for the opportunity to receive personal finance education tips on how to pinch and save your pennies.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3019, foxworths@winthrop.edu

    Richardson Ballroom  
    9/13/2021 7:00 PM

    COVID-19: Variants, Vaccines, and Resources

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This session will provide information about the COVID-19 variants, vaccines, and adverse reactions. It will also cover campus response to positive cases and/or being a contact to COVID-19 and available campus resources.

      Event Contact: hopkinscampb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
    GLI logo
    9/16/2021 3:00 PM

    Preserved in Clay and Stone: Celebrating the History of Ancient Latin America

    Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: An exhibit of and discussion about the history and cultural significance of a collection of Latin American artifacts dating from the pre-Columbian era.

      Event Contact:  803/323-2334, archives@winthrop.edu

    Louise Pettus Archives GLI logo
    9/17/2021 2:00 PM

    Taste of the World & Asian Cuisine

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: lowreyl@winthrop.edu

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    09/20/2021 4:00 PM

    Negotiating the Land: Perceptions of Land, Property, and Environment in 17th Century Colonial New England

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Come and learn about the complex interactions that took place between colonial era New Englanders and local Native Americans.

      Event Contact: chaconr@winthrop.edu

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    09/21/2021 11:00 AM

    Dr. Ishita Ghosh Presents: "Moving With The Quake: Crisis As Process"

    Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Admission: Free.

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Dr. Ishita Ghosh will speak about the current pandemic as a crisis and how we can use this crisis to help us deal with future crises.

      Event Contact: williamsv@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Zoom,
    Online
    GLI logo
    09/24/2021 8:00 PM

    Lecture by Sofía Pacheco Forés: "Otherness, Migration, and Ritual Violence in Epiclassic Central Mexico: A Bioarchaeological Perspective"

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Dr. Sofía Pacheco-Forés presents on her cutting-edge research on life after the collapse of one of the largest cities in the ancient world, Teotihuacan. After it collapsed in the sixth century A.D., the entire Valley of Mexico and much of the surrounding highlands was steeped in violence as smaller states tried to fill in the vacuum, which she examines through an investigation of skeletons from the time.

      Event Contact: woodfillb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Zoom,
    Online
    GLI logo
    09/27/2021 7:00 PM

    WUG Talk: Sabine Gruffat

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Please join Winthrop University Galleries for an artist talk by Sabine Gruffat, associate professor of Art at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She will be discussing her exhibition Antibodies, currently on display in the Elizabeth Dunlap Patrick Gallery.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2493

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo
    09/28/2021 11:00 AM

    Constitution Day Celebration: Facial Recognition Technology and the Limits of the Constitution

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free.

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Technology is pervasive in every aspect of our lives, both in public and private situations. When do your rights to privacy supercede the advantages that facial recognition technology provides? Does the Constitution allow for government agencies to use facial recognition technology to make arrests? Log on to learn more about this issue.

      Event Contact: moyonk@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Zoom,
    Online
     
    09/28/2021 11:00 AM

    Research Explorations: "Social Constructionism as a Media Research Lens: Applying Theory to Research in News, Entertainment, and Culture"

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free.

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Dr. Bill Schulte will present his work using the social constructionist approach to conduct research on the media. He will examine multiple ways that media shapes our cultural worldview.

      Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Zoom,
    Online
     
    09/30/2021 7:30 PM

    The Arkansaw Bear

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Description: This award-winning classic play tells the story of a little girl named Tish, who has just discovered that her grandfather is dying. She runs away to her special tree, wishes upon a star, and escapes to a fantastical world of music, magic and dance. There she meets the world’s greatest dancing bear, who is also running away from death. In trying to help him, Tish begins to understand the meaning of life and death and learns how to cope with her own sadness.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    10/01/2021 4:00 PM

    Film Discussion: 'Knives Out'

    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Film

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: A film discussion on Rian Johnson's 'Knives Out.'

      Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Kinard Auditorium  
    10/01/2021 7:30 PM

    The Arkansaw Bear

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID

      Program: Theatre performance

      Description: This award-winning classic play tells the story of a little girl named Tish, who has just discovered that her grandfather is dying. She runs away to her special tree, wishes upon a star, and escapes to a fantastical world of music, magic and dance. There she meets the world’s greatest dancing bear, who is also running away from death. In trying to help him, Tish begins to understand the meaning of life and death and learns how to cope with her own sadness.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    10/01/2021 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Villa Nova Band

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $5 students/$7 general public/Free with DSU All-Access Pass

      Program: Music performance

      Family Friendly: No

      Description:

      Event Contact: bushw@winthrop.edu

    Amphitheatre (rain location: Dina's Place)  
    10/02/2021 12:00 PM

    Concert on the Lawn: "A Musical Showcase"

    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free
    *Please note: Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic

      Program: Music performance 

      Description:

      Winthrop Wind Symphony,
      Lorrie Crochet, conductor

      Winthrop Symphonic Band,
      Doug Presley, conductor

      Winthrop Percussion Ensemble,
      Doug Presley, director

      Winthrop Choral Ensembles,
      Jeremy Mims, conductor

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Byrnes Auditorium Lawn (rain location: McBryde Hall GLI logo
    10/02/2021 7:00 PM

    In The Heights: Hispanic Culture in America

    Duration: 3 hours | Admission: $5 students/$7 general public/free with DSU All-Access Pass or Family Day nametag

      Program: Film & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: Understanding the impact of Hispanic culture on the nation

      Event Contact: bushw@winthrop.edu

    Dina's Place  
    10/02/2021 7:30 PM

    The Arkansaw Bear

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Description: This award-winning classic play tells the story of a little girl named Tish, who has just discovered that her grandfather is dying. She runs away to her special tree, wishes upon a star, and escapes to a fantastical world of music, magic and dance. There she meets the world’s greatest dancing bear, who is also running away from death. In trying to help him, Tish begins to understand the meaning of life and death and learns how to cope with her own sadness.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    10/03/2021 2:00 PM

    The Arkansaw Bear

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Description: This award-winning classic play tells the story of a little girl named Tish, who has just discovered that her grandfather is dying. She runs away to her special tree, wishes upon a star, and escapes to a fantastical world of music, magic and dance. There she meets the world’s greatest dancing bear, who is also running away from death. In trying to help him, Tish begins to understand the meaning of life and death and learns how to cope with her own sadness.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
    10/04/2021 7:00 PM

    Hornsby-MLA Lecture Series: Lessons from Raising a Rare Girl by Heather Lanier

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free.

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Lessons from Raising a Rare Girl by Heather Lanier.

      Event Contact: 803/323-4485, brownsons@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
     
    10/05/2021 11:00 AM

    Common Book Event: 'Peace and Security on the Korean Peninsula: The Role of the United States and South Korea'

    Duration: 75 minutes | Admission: Free.

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This talk will address the implications of North Korea’s recent missile launch in terms of its military capacity and the nuclear weapons program, North Korea’s goals and intention, and peace and security in the Asia-Pacific region; in addition, the speaker will explain various U.S. foreign policies towards North Korea, as well as the crucial role of South Korea’s administration in achieving the goal of denuclearization in the Korean Peninsula.

      Event Contact: hinera@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom

    GLI logo
    10/05/2021 7:00 PM

    Women in Medicine: A Panel Discussion in the Context of Covid-19

    Duration: 75 minutes | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: The panel will feature three distinguished alumni from the College of Arts & Sciences at Winthrop University discussing their experiences as women in medicine working within the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: Ashton Brock Nelson '11, Ph.D. Clinical Laboratory Director, Sonora Quest; Amy J. Petty ’12, M.D. Dermatology Resident, Duke University; Felicia Mullins Pickering '97, '00, DrHA Disease Prevention Specialist, SCDHEC. Panel Moderator: Dr. Jennifer Leigh Disney, Faculty Liaison, Winthrop Women's Coalition

      Event Contact: disneyj@winthrop.edu

    In-person, Dina's Place  
    10/06/2021 7:00 PM

    WUG Talk: Reuben Bloom '11 and Matthew Steele

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Guided discussion of exhibition

      Description: Please join Winthrop University Galleries for an artist talk by Reuben Bloom '11 and Matthew Steele. They will be discussing their exhibition Red Delta, currently on display in the Rutledge Gallery.

      Event Contact: 803/323-2493

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo
    10/06/2021 7:30 PM

    Winthrop Percussion Studio Recital

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Ensemble Series
      Doug Presley, director

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    10/07/2021 7:00 PM

    Poetry Reading with Susan Ludvigson and Mary E. Martin

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Reading

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Susan Ludvigson and Mary E. Martin will read from their recent books of poetry

      Event Contact: 803/323-4554, martinme@winthrop.edu

    Winthrop Galleries in Rutledge GLI logo
    10/07/2021 7:30 PM

    Musical Theatre Workshop: Another Opening, Another Show

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $10 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    10/07/2021 7:30 PM

    Marisa Young, trumpet
    Jennifer Kempka, piano

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Description: Faculty Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    10/07/2021 8:00 PM

    Porn: Exposed: An analysis on current sexual practices, sexual health and the social influence on both

    Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: No

      Description: A live presentation dedicated to spreading awareness of proper sexual practices, highlighting the ethical dilemmas that exist within the adult entertainment industry and other controversial topics.

      Event Contact: morrisq2@winthrop.edu

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    10/08/2021 7:30 PM

    Musical Theatre Workshop: Another Opening, Another Show

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $10 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    10/09/2021 7:30 PM

    Musical Theatre Workshop: Another Opening, Another Show

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $10 with Winthrop ID/$15 general public

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    10/10/2021 2:00 PM

    Musical Theatre Workshop: Another Opening, Another Show

    Duration: 1.5 hours | Tickets $15 general public/$10 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

      Program: Theatre performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description:

      Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Johnson Theatre GLI logo
    10/12/2021 7:30 PM

    Kari Giles, violin, and Tomoko Deguchi, piano

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

      Program: Music performance

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Faculty Series

      Event Contact: 803/323-2255

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
    10/13/2021 8:00 PM

    DSU Presents...Sazón

    Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $5 students/$7 general public/Free with DSU All-Access Pass

      Program: Special event

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, this event will highlight and celebrate the impact that Hispanic food has had on American culture. The event will feature food that represents each of the countries that encompass Hispanidad including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico and Chile. The event will also include a performance from international flamenco dancer Ania La Candela.

      Event Contact: bushw@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Richardson Ballroom  
    10/14/2021 11:00 AM

    The Importance of Social Connections for Older Transgender Persons: Engaging with a Vulnerable Population

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Social connections are fundamentally important for health and well-being. These connections are especially important for aging transgender persons, who may experience frail, fractured, or fragmented relationships with their families and the broader social environment. This RAP session explores the importance of "created family" for aging transgender persons, as well as challenges researchers face, as they work to build trust with special populations.

      Event Contact: hugginsm@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
     
    10/15/2021 8:00 PM

    The Lithics of Salinas de los Nueve Cerros: Flint and Obsidian: Lecture by Dr. Edgar Carpio, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Lecture & discussion

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: Dr. Edgar Carpio will discuss the collaborative research he is conducting in partnership with Winthrop's own Dr. Brent Woodfill to understand ancient Maya economics and trade.

      Event Contact: woodfillb@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

    Online,
    Zoom
    GLI logo
    10/20/2021 7:00 PM

    Children of Syria

    Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

      Program: Film

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: This documentary follows the story of four children in Syria during war and through their struggles living in Syria and ultimately their journey becoming refugees.

      Event Contact: 803/904-2946, cultureclub@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Dina's Place GLI logo
    10/21/2021 11:00 AM

    Fine Arts 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award Presentation

    Duration: 1.25 hours | Admission: Free

      Program: Guideded discussion of exhibition

      Family Friendly: Yes

      Description: The Department of Fine Arts 2021 Distinguished Alumni Awardee Presentation: Josh Drews.

      Event Contact: conwaym@winthrop.edu

      Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Rutledge 119 GLI logo

Date

Time

Event

Location

GLI

Now until
12/17/2021

 

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

Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to students/faculty/staff
Access for Cultural Event Credit

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: An interview with Common Book author Hyeonseo Lee.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions 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.

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
Now until
12/17/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Defector: Escape from North Korea'
Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to students/faculty/staff
Access for Cultural Event Credit

    Program: Film

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: "The Defector" is a film about escaping from North Korea.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions 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.

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia

GLI logo

Now until
12/17/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Invisible Thread of Human Rights'
Duration: 1-2 hours | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    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.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions 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.

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
Now until
12/17/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'The Good, the Bad, and the Imagined in East Asia'
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: Presentation on East Asian politics, culture, and recent trends by Dr. Catherine Chang.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions 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.

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
Now until
12/17/2021
 

Common Book Event: 'Torture Survivors Tell Their Stories'
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes | Access: Open to public
Access for Cultural Event Credit / Public access

    Program: Lecture & Discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: Hear the compelling stories of torture survivors and the struggle for human rights around the world.

    Event Contact: culturalevents@winthrop.edu

    Instructions 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.

Online (asynchronous), TechSmith Knowmia GLI logo
10/23/2021 7:30 PM

Rock Hill Symphony Orchestra: All Beethoven

Duration: 1-1.5 hours | Admission: Purchase tickets

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description:

    Overture to Coriolanus

    Violin Concert (Ilya Kaler, violin soloist)

    Symphony No. 7

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

South Pointe HS Auditorium, Rock Hill, SC GLI logo
10/26/2021 7:00 PM

International Business and Culture: Power Dynamics in Cross-Cultural Business Relationships: South Africa

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: This event will present and highlight some national, ethnic, and communal items and tendencies that are often at the root of the salient and manifest differences in workplace cultures. The prevalent culture and traditions of South Africa will be used to delineate how social constructs and relationships (distribution of power, individualism vs. collectivism, communications, time perspective, and similar cultural traditions) affect ways in which activities, tasks, and collaborative partnerships are carried out, supervised, and managed in the workplace of those countries. By attending this event participants will become more aware of non-US/Anglo approaches, traditions, and perspectives and how cultural tendencies and orientations influence individual decisions, group dynamics, and social interactions at work.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3447, brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
GLI logo
10/26/2021 7:00 PM

The Return of Beauties and Bruises

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: Domestic Violence is, learn preventative skills, and seek/encourage counseling when needed.

    Event Contact: 843/877-4997, hendersons3@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Richardson Ballroom  
10/26/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Flute Choir

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Jill O’Neill, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
10/26/2021 7:30 PM

Reading with Author Remi Recchia

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Reading

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A reading with author Remi Recchia.

    Event Contact: sommerse@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
 
10/27/2021 6:00 PM

Understanding and Supporting Diverse Adult Learners

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free
1. Registration for in-person event
2. Registration for Zoom event

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This event will feature a panel of educators and students discussing the unique needs of the adult learner. Specific special populations of adult learners will be discussed including students of color, single parents, first generation students, and military veterans.

    Event Contact: brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit:

    In-person: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

    Online: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Option 1. In-person, DIGS 114

Option 2. Online, Zoom

 
10/27/2021 7:00 PM

Medieval Culture Meets the Modern World

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description:

    Event Contact: bellgd@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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10/28/2021 10:00 AM

Fresh Check Day: A Mental Health Check-In with College Students

Duration: 4 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Special event

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This is an uplifting, interactive event about suicide prevention and mental health awareness and self-care.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2206 ext. 6175, hopkinscampb@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Richardson Ballroom GLI logo
10/28/2021 11:00 AM

Research Explorations: "Agitators and Heroines: Memory and African American's History" by Dr. Jennifer Dixon-McKnight

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This talk is part of the Research Explorations series hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences and Dacus Library. Dr. McKnight's talk will explore the impact of memory on African American Women’s History by using the 1969 Charleston Hospital Workers Strike as a lens.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
 
10/28/2021 6:30 PM

Mind the [Excellence] Gap: Underrepresentation in Gifted Education and What We Can Do About It

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: What does it mean to be gifted, and why does it seem like gifted education programs are composed primarily of students from majority cultures? This panel discussion investigates issues of underrepresentation in Gifted Education and explores what we can do about it.

    Event Contact: catalanas@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
 
10/28/2021 7:30 PM

Brass Studio Performance

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
10/29/2021 2:00 PM

Cultural Intelligence (CQ): Deal or No Deal

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: In a global marketplace, you may lose the deal and never know why. Understand more about your CQ!

    Event Contact: international@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Dina's Place GLI logo
10/31/2021 3:00 PM

Carolinas Wind Orchestra

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

*Please note: Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Lorrie Crochet, conductor

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Byrnes Lawn GLI logo
11/01/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Jazz Guitar Ensemble

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Lewis H. Dickert, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/02/2021 7:00 PM

Queering Gender as an Act of Resistance in the Bible

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: What does the Bible tell us about gender roles, sexuality, and identity? Dr. Rogers is an expert on the ancient middle eastern culture out of which Biblical texts emerged. Includes Q&A.

    Event Contact: 803/323-4653, oakesm@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Dina's Place GLI logo
11/02/2021 7:00 PM

International Business and Culture: Power Dynamics in Cross-Cultural Business Relationships: Japan

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: This event will present and highlight some national, ethnic, and communal items and tendencies that are often at the root of the salient and manifest differences in workplace cultures. The prevalent culture and traditions of Japan will be used to delineate how social constructs and relationships (distribution of power, individualism vs. collectivism, communications, time perspective, and similar cultural traditions) affect ways in which activities, tasks, and collaborative partnerships are carried out, supervised, and managed in the workplace of this country. By attending this event participants will become more aware of non-US/Anglo approaches, traditions, and perspectives and how cultural tendencies and orientations influence individual decisions, group dynamics, and social interactions at work.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3447, brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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11/02/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Woodwind Quintet

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Deborah Loomer, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/03/2021 7:30 PM

Fissures (lost and found)

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatrical Production

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Conceived and created by Steve Epp, Cory Hinkle, Dominic Orlando, Dominique Serrand, Deborah Stein, Victoria Stewart

    Fissures (lost and found) is a look into the mind and the memory as they play together with truth and imagination. With the use of comedy, movement and poetics, an ensemble of actors explores a myriad of memories as they begin to unravel. This show asks who are you? Where have you been? What do you remember? Are you sure?

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/04/2021 7:00 PM

Professionalism With Natural Hair

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A discussion on the history of natural hair and fighting discrimination in the workplace.

    Event Contact: thomasonc3@winthrpo.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

In-person,
TBA
 
11/04/2021 7:00 PM

International Business and Culture: Power Dynamics in Cross-Cultural Business Relationships: UAE/Turkey

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: This event will present and highlight some national, ethnic, and communal items and tendencies that are often at the root of the salient and manifest differences in workplace cultures. The prevalent culture and traditions of UAE/Turkey will be used to delineate how social constructs and relationships (distribution of power, individualism vs. collectivism, communications, time perspective, and similar cultural traditions) affect ways in which activities, tasks, and collaborative partnerships are carried out, supervised, and managed in the workplace of this country. By attending this event participants will become more aware of non-US/Anglo approaches, traditions, and perspectives and how cultural tendencies and orientations influence individual decisions, group dynamics, and social interactions at work.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3447, brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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11/04/2021 7:30 PM

Fissures (lost and found)

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatrical Production

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Conceived and created by Steve Epp, Cory Hinkle, Dominic Orlando, Dominique Serrand, Deborah Stein, Victoria Stewart

    Fissures (lost and found) is a look into the mind and the memory as they play together with truth and imagination. With the use of comedy, movement and poetics, an ensemble of actors explores a myriad of memories as they begin to unravel. This show asks who are you? Where have you been? What do you remember? Are you sure?

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/05/2021 12:00 PM

Research Explorations: "Communicating about COVID-19 from China and Transnationally: Citizen Technical and Professional Communicators" by Dr. Chen Chen and Jadden Bergholm

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This talk is part of the Research Explorations series hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences and Dacus Library. Dr. Chen and Jadden Bergholm will discuss the challenges of professional and technical communication in China during the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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11/05/2021 2:00 PM

Warfare and the Origins of the Southern Moche State on the North Coast of Peru (500 BC-AD 800)

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This lecture will show how the ancient Moche rose to power in pre-contact Peru.

    Event Contact: 803/323-4656, chaconr@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Dina's Place GLI logo
11/05/2021 4:00 PM

Film Discussion: Stranger Than Fiction

Duration: 3 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Film

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: A film discussion on 'Stranger Than Fiction.'

    Event Contact: chrisfox@fridayartsproject.org

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Kinard Auditorium  
11/05/2021 7:30 PM

Fissures (lost and found)

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatrical Production

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Conceived and created by Steve Epp, Cory Hinkle, Dominic Orlando, Dominique Serrand, Deborah Stein, Victoria Stewart

    Fissures (lost and found) is a look into the mind and the memory as they play together with truth and imagination. With the use of comedy, movement and poetics, an ensemble of actors explores a myriad of memories as they begin to unravel. This show asks who are you? Where have you been? What do you remember? Are you sure?

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/06/2021 7:30 PM

Fissures (lost and found)

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatrical Production

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Conceived and created by Steve Epp, Cory Hinkle, Dominic Orlando, Dominique Serrand, Deborah Stein, Victoria Stewart

    Fissures (lost and found) is a look into the mind and the memory as they play together with truth and imagination. With the use of comedy, movement and poetics, an ensemble of actors explores a myriad of memories as they begin to unravel. This show asks who are you? Where have you been? What do you remember? Are you sure?

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/07/2021 2:00 PM

Fissures (lost and found)

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: $15 general public/$8 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatrical Production

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Conceived and created by Steve Epp, Cory Hinkle, Dominic Orlando, Dominique Serrand, Deborah Stein, Victoria Stewart

    Fissures (lost and found) is a look into the mind and the memory as they play together with truth and imagination. With the use of comedy, movement and poetics, an ensemble of actors explores a myriad of memories as they begin to unravel. This show asks who are you? Where have you been? What do you remember? Are you sure?

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/08/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Opera Theatre Presents: “A Night of Musical Theatre”

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Special Event
    Jeffrey McEvoy, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/10/2021 7:00 PM

Stereotype Out

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Learn more about stereotypes with Dr. Adrienne Edwards.

    Event Contact: 803/524-5915, holcombc2@mailbox.winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Dina's Place  
11/11/2021 11:00 AM

If Love Could Cure Addiction: A Story of Substance Abuse

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: The session will shed light on the impact of substance use on people’s lived experiences. It will provide perspectives on different intervention approaches including the adequacy of policies. Lastly, the session will provide strategies on how social workers and others can work effectively with this population while navigating their own trauma or loss.

    Event Contact: hugginsm@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
 
11/11/2021 11:00 AM

International Business and Culture: Power Dynamics in Cross-Cultural Business Relationships: Germany/Switzerland

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: This event will present and highlight some national, ethnic, and communal items and tendencies that are often at the root of the salient and manifest differences in workplace cultures. The prevalent culture and traditions of Germany/Switzerland will be used to delineate how social constructs and relationships (distribution of power, individualism vs. collectivism, communications, time perspective, and similar cultural traditions) affect ways in which activities, tasks, and collaborative partnerships are carried out, supervised, and managed in the workplace of this country. By attending this event participants will become more aware of non-US/Anglo approaches, traditions, and perspectives and how cultural tendencies and orientations influence individual decisions, group dynamics, and social interactions at work.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3447, brinkleya@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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11/11/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Jazz Ensemble &
Winthrop Commercial Music Ensemble

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Tracy Patterson, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/11/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Dance Theatre

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, featuring a variety of dance genres.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo
11/12/2021 11:00 AM

Alumni Author Talk: Life's Compline: A Journey Just Begun

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration required

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: The Rev. Dr. Betty Creamer, Class of 1973, will share her insights on the need for community and connection throughout life, how to develop and maintain these connections and how maintaining strong community ties affects us all. "Life's Compline" by Betty Creamer is currently available at on Amazon and books will be available for purchase in the Winthrop bookstore.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3049, tuttlel@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Bookstore Commons, Winthrop Bookstore  
11/12/2021 2:15 PM

Encore Distinguished Lectures

Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Join us for a colloquium celebrating three outstanding Emeritus faculty: Dr. Peter Judge "Job, Suffering and Our Image of God"; Dr. Bill Rogers "Dolphins in the forest? River Dolphins: Their Behavior and Conservation"; and Dr. Chris Van Aller "The Future of the Electric Car."

    Event Contact: casga@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Dina's Place  
11/12/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Dance Theatre

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, featuring a variety of dance genres.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo
11/12/2021 8:00 PM

Step!

Duration: 2.5 hours | Admission: Free

    Program: Special event

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A step presentation by the world-reknowned step group Players Club Steppers.

    Event Contact: getera@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Tillman Auditorium  
11/13/2021 11:00 AM

Winthrop Brass Ensemble Showcase

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Justin Isenhour, director
    Marisa Youngs, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/13/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Dance Theatre

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, featuring a variety of dance genres.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo
11/14/2021 2:00 PM

Winthrop Dance Theatre

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A full evening of works choreographed by faculty and guest artists, featuring a variety of dance genres.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo
11/16/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Clarinet Choir

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Deborah Loomer, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
11/17/2021 7:00 PM

Skills and Techniques in Mindfulness and Stress

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Registration coming soon. Zoom link coming soon

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description:

    Event Contact: koszewskiw@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Online,
Zoom
 
11/17/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Symphony Orchestra

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Elisa Koehler, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
11/18/2021 10:00 AM

For the People: Accessing Government Information

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link coming soon

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: In this virtual event, we will learn about the history of the Federal Depository Library Program, the Freedom of Information Act, and how to search for government information. Dacus Library is celebrating 125 years as a FDLP library.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2319, johnsonhs@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
 
11/19/2021 5:00 PM

Winthrop Wind Symphony

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Lorrie Crochet, conductor

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
11/19/2021 7:30 PM

Student-Directed Fall One-Act Festival*

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatre performance

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: A lively, 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.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/20/2021 2:00 PM

Student-Directed Fall One-Act Festival*

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatre performance

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: A lively, 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.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/20/2021 7:30 PM

Student-Directed Fall One-Act Festival*

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatre performance

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: A lively, 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.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/21/2021 2:00 PM

Student-Directed Fall One-Act Festival*

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Theatre performance

    Family Friendly: No

    Description: A lively, 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.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Studio Theatre GLI logo
11/22/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Chorale & Winthrop Chamber Singers

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Jeremy Mims, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

McBryde Hall GLI logo
11/30/2021 11:00 AM

Research Explorations: "Reuniting the Family: The Hunt for Ege MS 6" by Dr. Jo Koster

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Zoom link

    Program: Lecture & discussion

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: This talk is part of the Research Explorations series hosted by the College of Arts & Sciences and Dacus Library. Dr. Koster will discuss her research on the reconstruction of a lost biblical manuscript from the 13th century.

    Event Contact: 803/323-3915, sickelsm@winthrop.edu

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must (1) register for the event with their Winthrop email addresses, (2) join the Zoom meeting on time, (3) and enable their webcams during the event, remaining in camera view as active participants.

Online,
Zoom
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11/30/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Percussion Ensemble

Duration: 1 hour | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Doug Presley, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Barnes Recital Hall GLI logo
12/02/2021 7:30 PM

Winthrop Wind Symphony &
Winthrop Symphonic Band

Duration: 1.5 hours | Admission: Free. Welcome! (pdf - 62KB)

    Program: Music performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: Ensemble Series
    Lorrie Crochet, director
    Doug Presley, director

    Event Contact: 803/323-2255

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Tillman Auditorium GLI logo
12/03/2021 7:30 PM

Senior Choreography Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A showcase of dance works featuring the choreographic talents of senior dance majors.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

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12/04/2021 2:00 PM

Senior Choreography Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A showcase of dance works featuring the choreographic talents of senior dance majors.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

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12/04/2021 7:30 PM

Senior Choreography Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A showcase of dance works featuring the choreographic talents of senior dance majors.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo
12/05/2021 2:00 PM

Senior Choreography Showcase

Duration: 2 hours | Admission: Admission: $10 general public/$5 with Winthrop ID | Purchase tickets

    Program: Dance performance

    Family Friendly: Yes

    Description: A showcase of dance works featuring the choreographic talents of senior dance majors.

    Event Contact: 803/323-2287

    Instructions for Credit: To receive credit, students must sign in and out with their Winthrop IDs.

Johnson Theatre GLI logo

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Last Updated: 10/28/21