EVENTS

 
Date/Time Event
03/10/2017 - 04/06/2017
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Art Exhibit: Apparition, Brilliance, and Connection
Art Exhibit: Apparition, Brilliance, and Connection
AEGON Gallery (inside Jones Visual Art Center), Danville KY

 
This exhibit features Joel Klepac’s most recent paintings. Though he works as a counselor at Parsons Student Health Center at Centre College, he has continued his painting practice that began as an undergraduate at Asbury University. His layered figurative compositions reference historic paintings while speaking to living in the present moment and honoring the brilliance in one another.
 
ARTIST’S WEBSITE: www.joelklepac.com
 
ARTIST’S RECEPTION: March 10 • 4 p.m. — 6 p.m.
 

03/16/2017
10:00 am

NPR’s From the Top
NPR’s From the Top
Norton Center for the Arts – Newlin Hall, Danville KY

 
Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts presents NPR’s From the Top with host Christopher O’Riley. From the Top, the preeminent showcase for young musicians heard weekly on NPR, will come to Danville to record a live radio broadcast. The popular NPR radio program features the amazing performances and captivating personal stories of extraordinary young classical musicians from across the country.
 
This performance is open to elementary, middle, and high school students. Admission is free but reservations are required. Contact the Norton Center Box Office for full details and to reserve tickets: 1-877-HIT-SHOW
 

03/16/2017
7:30 pm

CONVO: Unconvicted - Law, Justice, and Technology
CONVO: Unconvicted - Law, Justice, and Technology
Crounse Hall – Vahlkamp Theatre, Danville KY

 
Unconvicted: Legal Practice, Social Justice, and Technology Entrepreneurship
Brad Clark, J.D., started Unconvicted.com in response to recent changes to Kentucky law on criminal record expungement. The press has taken note of it too, with articles in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and the front page of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Rather than use traditional modes for establishing his practice, Clark leveraged his computer programming knowledge, social media, and “pop-up” legal clinics in Eastern Kentucky to the development of Unconvicted.com. His non-traditional entrepreneurial approach illustrates how creative thinking and the development of diverse skill sets can be used to build a successful legal practice capable of reaching a broad audience. Clark will speak on his creative process as well as his interest in law as a means to engage in socially conscious legal work that promotes the personal and public good.
 
FREE — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC