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Presentation: A Time for Choosing and a Time for Free Speech

Submitted by Calendar on October 17, 2020 - 11:06am

In recognition of Free Speech Week, Troy Kozma (UWEC-BC, Philosophy & Religious Studies) and Eric Kasper (Political Science & Director of the Menard Center for Constitutional Studies) will make a virtual presentation, titled “‘A Time for Choosing’ and a Time for Free Speech: Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky and the Constitutionality of Election Day Apparel Bans."To join the presentation, navigate to Zoom. The meeting ID is 850 5457 5079, and the passcode is 063194. To call in from the Central Time Zone, dial +1 312 626 6799.

"A Night in With Audacious" Virtual Concert

Submitted by Calendar on October 16, 2020 - 3:06am

Join Audacious for "A Night in With Audacious," our fall 2020 concert livestream! We are so excited to share what we've been working on this semester in a safe and fun way.

Donations from the event will be going to Justice 4 Migrant Women. We are proud to be partnering with this amazing organization; they work to advance the human and civil rights of migrant women and their families. You can learn more about their mission here:

Being and Supporting Citizen Artists

Submitted by Calendar on October 15, 2020 - 5:06pm

Each Friday in October, we invite you to join us virtually for a conversation that explores the interconnectedness of our city’s artistic and civic life. At this moment – on the cusp of a critically important election, in the middle of a financially and socially devastating pandemic and the renewed fight for racial justice – we need our artists’ voices now more than ever.

Kahoot is a Hoot

Submitted by Calendar on October 15, 2020 - 3:06pm

Come join Wisconsin Conservation Voters for Kahoot is a HOOT! This fun trivia game will be filled with questions about Wisconsin’s history and will be followed by a textbank urging voters to cast their ballots by November 3rd. This event is sponsored by the Public and Environmental Affairs Council and hosted by Wisconsin Conservation Voters.

Racing Toward Justice: In Conversation with Alok Vaid-Menon

Submitted by Calendar on October 15, 2020 - 1:06pm

The Center for Racial and Restorative Justice presents Racing Toward Justice, a new monthly program at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Join gender non-conforming writer and performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon for a conversation about race, gender, sexuality, and ability through the lens of current events. Vaid-Menon uses poetry, prose, comedy, performance, fashion design, and portraiture to explore themes of gender, race, trauma, belonging, and the human condition. Join livestream.

Virtual Dance Masterclass: Chip Abbott

Submitted by Calendar on October 14, 2020 - 1:06pm

The final artist in the series will be Chip Abbott on Tuesday April 20th, 2021 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. Chip Abbott is an NYC based director and choreographer. Chip made his Broadway debut in On the Town and was assistant choreographer, dance captain and swing to the Emmy Award winning Joshua Bergasse (Tony Nominee 2015 for On the Town).

Virtual Dance Masterclass: Mark Wilkinson

Submitted by Calendar on October 14, 2020 - 11:06am

A live discussion with Mark will take place on Tuesday November 17th from 2:00 to 3:15 pm. Described by Kevin Thomas in the Los Angeles Times as “a deep-digging and personal filmmaker,” Mark made his feature film debut with Dischord, an art-house thriller that was released theatrically by Artistic License Films. Called “a great independent film and a spectacular debut from filmmaker Wilkinson,” by Chris Gore of Filmthreat, Dischord enjoyed an extensive festival run before its release, collecting a total of 10 Grand Prize Awards.

Virtual Dance Masterclass: Megan Maltos

Submitted by Calendar on October 14, 2020 - 11:06am

The second class of the UWEC Dance Program's Virtual Master Class Series occurs Tuesday, 10/20 from 2-3:45pm! Come join the fun as a tapper or an observer with Megan Maltos! Tappers that are participating should be proficient in tap at an intermediate level and should have a small area on which to tap. All classes below will be done virtually through the Zoom!Megan Maltos began dancing at the age of four in California. She started dancing at Danswest Dance in Tucson, AZ, then owned by her mentor Frank Trent, at the age of 9 where she continued to train until she graduated in 2001.