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Open Mic Night

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Honors Coffee Forum
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Jordan Morille
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College

The Honors College Writer's Circle presents Open Mic Night! Come to listen or come to perform at 5PM in the Honors Coffee Forum! Open Mic Night will feature student's original works including poetry, short stories, songs, script readings, excerpts and more. To sign up for a performance slot, email Jordan Morille at jm1925@txstate.edu

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Meditation

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Michael Burns, 512-245-2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College

The Honors College will be hosting a meditation session. The meditation will be led by Cindy Von Miller. Time and location TBA.

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Late Night Study Break

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Michael Burns, 512-245-2266
Campus Sponsor:
Honors College

The Honors College will be hosting a late night study break. More details TBA.

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Common Experience Events

Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

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Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

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Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

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Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

more about event

Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

more about event

Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

more about event

Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

more about event

Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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From Art & Beyond: Artist and Activist Christiane B. Pettersen Presents

Location:
Centennial Hall (CENT); G02
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Moira Di Mauro-Jackson, 512.245.2360
Campus Sponsor:
French National Honor Society at Texas State University, Department of Modern Languages, College of Liberal Arts, Honors College

Christiane B. Pettersen — artist and interior designer from Bordeaux, France — will share the unique insight she gained as the spouse of a United Nations expert that travelled to locations like Iran, Iraq, and Northern Africa in times of political disarray. Topics concerning crime and justice will be addressed: What is the meaning of the term "victim's rights"? And what resources are available to victims of various crimes?

Join us for a pre-event reception before Ms. Pettersen's one-hour lecture.

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Dance Performance | Opening Door Dance Theatre presents In Search of Mercy

Location:
Performing Arts Center (PERF); Harrison Theater
Cost:
$10 to $20, priced by category
Contact:
LeAnne Smith, 512.551.1919
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance, Division of Dance

"In Search of Mercy" is a 2017-2018 Common Experience event showcasing
 the choreography of Ana Baer (Dance faculty), Matthew Cumbie of Dance Exchange (Washington, DC), Darla Johnson (Austin, TX), Nadine Mozon (Theatre faculty), and Nicole Wesley (Dance faculty). Revolving around dialogues of social, political, and personal responses to justice, the program spotlights The JUSTICE Project, directed by Darla Johnson and Nicole Wesley. The JUSTICE Project celebrates the authentic artistic voice and embraces the transformation that arises at the intersection of self and community.

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Exhibit | Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017

Location:
Alkek Library (ALK); first floor exhibit space
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Justin Ball, 210.246.2006
Campus Sponsor:
Center for Texas Public History, Common Experience

"Catching the Chain: Life and Death in Texas Prisons 1845-2017" is an exhibit produced through collaboration among the Center for Texas Public History at Texas State University, the Texas State Common Experience, and various cultural and law enforcement institutions across the state. It highlights the history of the Texas state prison system from its inception in 1845 and into the modern era. The exhibit focuses on everyday life of convicts throughout this time, as well as notable events and changes that led to establishment of the modern Texas Department of Criminal Justice. A section of the exhibit also deals with the use of the death penalty throughout this period and how and why the practice has changed within the state.

On display through Dec. 19, 2017
Late hours Monday-Thursday
Weekends per Alkek Library schedule

more about event

Art Exhibition | Reformation: An Exhibit on Justice

Location:
Lampasas (LAMP); Gallery of the Common Experience
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kelsey Huckaby, 830.387.0762
Campus Sponsor:
Common Experience, Honors College

Gallery of the Common Experience
Fall Exhibition
August 28 to December 8, 2017

The Common Experience theme for 2017-18 is "The Search For Justice: Our Response to Crime in the 21st Century." Artists (both students and non-students) using all mediums (2D work, 3D work, film, dance, poetry and prose) have been invited to submit work relevant to the topic of the need for awareness and reformation regarding the specific justice issues about which the artist feels called to make a statement.

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Dance Performance | Opening Door Dance Theatre presents In Search of Mercy

Location:
Performing Arts Center (PERF); Harrison Theater
Cost:
$10 to $20, priced by category
Contact:
LeAnne Smith, 512.551.1919
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance, Division of Dance

"In Search of Mercy" is a 2017-2018 Common Experience event showcasing
 the choreography of Ana Baer (Dance faculty), Matthew Cumbie of Dance Exchange (Washington, DC), Darla Johnson (Austin, TX), Nadine Mozon (Theatre faculty), and Nicole Wesley (Dance faculty). Revolving around dialogues of social, political, and personal responses to justice, the program spotlights The JUSTICE Project, directed by Darla Johnson and Nicole Wesley. The JUSTICE Project celebrates the authentic artistic voice and embraces the transformation that arises at the intersection of self and community.

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Dance Performance | Opening Door Dance Theatre presents In Search of Mercy

Location:
Performing Arts Center (PERF); Harrison Theater
Cost:
$10 to $20, priced by category
Contact:
LeAnne Smith, 512.551.1919
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Theatre and Dance, Division of Dance

"In Search of Mercy" is a 2017-2018 Common Experience event showcasing
 the choreography of Ana Baer (Dance faculty), Matthew Cumbie of Dance Exchange (Washington, DC), Darla Johnson (Austin, TX), Nadine Mozon (Theatre faculty), and Nicole Wesley (Dance faculty). Revolving around dialogues of social, political, and personal responses to justice, the program spotlights The JUSTICE Project, directed by Darla Johnson and Nicole Wesley. The JUSTICE Project celebrates the authentic artistic voice and embraces the transformation that arises at the intersection of self and community.

Click here for more information
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