2021 SUNY Potsdam Loko Festival - Goes Virtual

April 29-May 9

2021 SUNY Potsdam Loko Festival - Goes Virtual
Free Arts Events online (Source: SUNY Potsdam)

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) -

APRIL 29 to MAY 9, 2021

PERFORMANCES, WORKSHOPS, GALLERY EXHIBITIONS, VISITING ARTISTS & MORE

With plenty of events for all, join in celebration of the arts during the LoKo Arts Festival! Download Schedule Brochure

2021 LOKO ARTS FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

*Requires Registration

THURSDAY, APRIL 29*6 PM - Poetry Reading: Acclaimed Poet, Martín Espada7:30 PM - Jazz Performance: Crane Jazz Ensemble & Giroux Honors Jazz ComboFRIDAY, APRIL 306 PM - Crane Encore Performance (2016): Fauré “Requiem;” Vaughan Williams “Serenade to Music;” Gary Fry “Awake, Celestial Airs!;” Bruckner “Psalm 150;” Franck “Psalm 150”7:30 PM - Cabaret Performance: “For Love: Songs of Love, Hope and Coming ofAge”SATURDAY, MAY 1*3 PM - Campus Tour: The Art Museum Permanent Collection with Q&A7:30 PM - Cabaret Performance: “For Love: Songs of Love, Hope and Coming ofAge”SUNDAY, MAY 23 PM -  Fiber Arts Showcase: “Stitches In Situ” with Q&A6 PM - Crane Encore Performance (2018): Prokoliev “Alexander Nevsky, Op. 78”and Vaughan Williams “Dona Nobis Pacem”MONDAY, MAY 3*7 PM - Art Opening: BFA Thesis Exhibit with Q&ATUESDAY, MAY 46 PM - Crane Encore Performance (2015): Brahms “A German Requiem”WEDNESDAY, MAY 53 PM - Presentation & Workshop: Drama League Award Nominee, Dan Mertzlufft ’15 THURSDAY, MAY 66 PM - Crane Encore Performance (2017): Poulenc “Gloria” and Rachmaninoff”The Bells”FRIDAY, MAY 7 --           Art Opening: “Art Attack” Exhibit --           Dance: Spring 2021 Media Dance Works Series7:30 PM - Theatre Performance: SUNY Potsdam Department of Theatre & Dancepresents “Every 28 Hours Plays”SATURDAY, MAY 83 PM - Printmaking Exhibit: “Why Do We Print?” with Q&A6 PM - Crane Encore Performance (2019): Hindemith “Apparebit repentina dies” and Mozart “Mass in C-minor”SUNDAY, MAY 912-5 PM - Concert Festival: Madfest7:30 PM - Opera Performance: Crane Opera Ensemble presents “Magic, Madness,and Mayhem”

The LoKo Arts Festival is made possible by the generosity and artistic vision of Kathryn (Kofoed) ’54 and Donald Lougheed (Hon.’54).

ABOUT THE LOKO ARTS FESTIVALThanks to the spirit and generosity of the festival’s benefactors Kathy (Kofoed) Lougheed ’54 and her husband Don Lougheed (Hon. ’54), SUNY Potsdam celebrates the campus culture of creativity and reinforces how important the arts are to learning environments for every discipline as well as a lifetime of creativity for anyone who is crazy for the arts.The LoKo Arts Festival was founded in 2012, with the purpose of infusing energy and opportunity into the visual and performing arts of the SUNY Potsdam campus and community. The LoKo Festival’s vigorous programs ensure the growth and continued position of Potsdam as SUNY’s premiere arts campus by inviting artists, students and community members to engage in creative ways while stimulating a vibrant cultural landscape on our campus.

About SUNY Potsdam:Founded in 1816, The State University of New York at Potsdam is one of America’s first 50 colleges—and the oldest institution within SUNY. Now in its third century, SUNY Potsdam is distinguished by a legacy of pioneering programs and educational excellence. The College currently enrolls approximately 3,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Home to the world-renowned Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam is known for its challenging liberal arts and sciences core, distinction in teacher training and culture of creativity. To learn more, visit www.potsdam.edu.

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