Calendar

Feb
1
Sat
Black History Month Opening Art Reception @ Bailey Hall
Feb 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Black History Month Opening Art Reception @ Bailey Hall

Come celebrate Black History Month at the opening art reception for ” Faces of Black History”.

Don’t miss out on a night of free drinks, music, food and ART!

RSVP to 954-201-6259 or e-mail mstanbur@broward.edu

Exhibiting January 6 – March 11

Opening Reception February 1st, 6pm – 9pm.

Feb
10
Mon
Professor and Adjunct Professor of the Year 2019-2020
Feb 10 – Feb 28 all-day

Don’t Forget to Vote for Professor & Adjunct Professor of the Year; February 10 – 28.

Votes will be accepted online or through D2L.
For more information contact Lisa Brown: Ibrown2@broward.edu

Feb
15
Sat
Nestor Torres @ Bailey Hall
Feb 15 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Nestor Torres @ Bailey Hall

Born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, dynamic flautist Néstor Torres resided in Miami for many years and currently lives in California. Néstor has retained his Caribbean roots, while exploring jazz in its many forms with intriguing fusions with other genres. While his early inspirations were Dave Brubeck, Tito Puente and Cal Tjader, his early heroes were the classical flute icons Jean Pierre Rampal and his “man with the golden flute” (literally) successor, James Galway. Beyond them, his influences include Cuban legend Richard Egües, and jazz greats Herbie Mann and Hubert Laws.

Feb
16
Sun
RDL Classical Series – Vladimir Viardo, Piano @ Bailey Hall
Feb 16 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
RDL Classical Series - Vladimir Viardo, Piano @ Bailey Hall

Legendary pianist and teacher Vladimir Viardo has been one of the most celebrated and respected voices in the classical world since winning the prestigious Van Cliburn Piano Competition in 1973. He will celebrate his 70th birthday in 2020, so join us for the celebration of his great legacy.

Feb
20
Thu
Film Series: Bill Traylor, Chasing Ghosts @ Bailey Hall
Feb 20 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Film Series: Bill Traylor, Chasing Ghosts @ Bailey Hall

Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts is a feature documentary film exploring the life of a unique American artist, a man with a remarkable and unlikely biography. Bill Traylor was born into slavery in 1853 on a cotton plantation in rural Alabama. Using historical and cultural context, the film is designed to bring the spirit and mystery of Traylor’s incomparable art to life.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A segment with director, Jeffry Wolf.

 

BROWARD COLLEGE STUDENT TICKETS:
Please come to the Box Office @ Bailey Hall, with a Broward College Student ID.

Mar
20
Fri
Bailey Hall Presents: Ranky Tanky @ Bailey Hall
Mar 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Bailey Hall Presents: Ranky Tanky @ Bailey Hall

“Gullah” comes from West African language and means “a people blessed by God.” “Ranky Tanky” translates loosely as “Work It,” or “Get Funky!” In this spirit this Charleston, SC based quintet performs timeless music of Gullah culture born in the southeastern Sea Island region of the United States. From playful game songs to ecstatic shouts, from heartbreaking spirituals to delicate lullabies, the musical roots of Charleston, SC are “rank” and fertile ground from which these contemporary artists are grateful to have grown.