Engage, Educate, Inspire.
Cultural Events - Fall 2013: Salem College seeks to engage, educate and inspire by offering events throughout the school year featuring speakers on a variety of topics. We are also proud to present performing arts programs, music recitals, and art exhibits by distinguished artists as well as our faculty and students. We welcome community members to our campus for these programs. Events are free unless otherwise specified.
For general inquiries or special assistance: Contact the sponsoring organization, the Communications and Public Relations office at 336/917-5313, the main Salem switchboard at 336/721-2600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be placed on the cultural events mailing list (both regular mail and email notifications): email@example.com or call 336/721-2851.
Cultural Events at a Glance
Visit http://www.salem.edu/events for event details.
10 Comenius Symposium: Buddy Collins
11 Una Noche Espanola!
18 Legendary Pianist Frank Glazer
19 Piano Master Class with Frank Glazer
22 William Goodson “Bill” Mangum: Life Retrospective Reception
24 Author Lee Smith: Guests on Earth
28 Marshall Chapman in Concert
1 Salem Sings! Fall Choral Concert
1 through Feb. 7 – FLOW: Four Emerging Ukrainian Photographers
2 International Dinner and Show
3 Bread and Words: A reading to bring awareness and focus to issues of homelessness, hunger and poverty that will support Second Harvest Food Bank. Shirley Recital Hall, 1:00 p.m. *Newly added event.
4 Author Dana Trent: Saffron Cross
8 FLOW: Four Emerging Ukrainian Photographers Reception
12 An Evening with Author andBiographer Penny Niven
14–17 Salem Academy Theatre: “Twelve Angry Women”
17 Flute Phenomenon Leon Buyse
18 Flute Master Class with Leone Buyse
19 Erin Gruwell: The Original Freedom Writer
22 Flentrop Organ Renovation Celebration: Organ and Trumpet
5 Christmas Candlelight Service