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March 2-12, Center for the Arts GalleryOpening reception is March 5 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the gallery. The exhibit features work created by BFA candidates.
February 26-March 8, Various Times, PlanetariumNew laser shows will feature music from all genres, dazzling graphics and heart-stopping laser light effects.
March 5, 7:30 p.m., Hansen TheatrePedrito Martinez is a world-class conga player, singer, and bandleader in New York City. He has recorded and/or performed with Wynton Marsalis, Paul Simon, Sting, and many others.
March 25, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., CMU Ballroom
The four implementation teams that began their work in the Fall of 2014 will present their information posters and solicit feedback and input.
March 6 ~ Tennis vs Montana State, Noon
Rodney and Carolyn Paseka have donated $5 million to MSUM’s School of Business, which will be renamed the Paseka School of Business. i
The MSUM Marketing Team earned several awards at the American Advertising Federation’s (AAF-ND) ADDY Awards, which honors excellence in advertising and cultivates the highest creative standards.
A benefit of growing up on a farm near Forest River, N.D., was an unobstructed view of the night sky. Sara Schultz was studying the stars long before she was hired as an MSUM instructor and planetarium coordinator.
Brad Bachmeier’s (Art) ceramic work “Ceramic Genealogy” was chosen for exhibition at the 2015 Potter’s Council National Juried Exhibit.