Kemper Exhibit: 'Celebration of Black History Month' by artist Billy Williams
William's exhibit incorporates an array of faces, silhouettes, colorful details and hybrid elements. Weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., through March 9.
Justin Hall exhibition: 'Re-Style: An Exhibit of Trashy Fashion' by Elizabeth Bender
Bender re-styles unwanted materials into environmentally wearable art. Through Feb. 28.
Beach exhibition: 'Following the Sun: The Art of Sue Jean Covacevich 1905-1998'
This exhibition surveys the career of Covacevich, a dynamic Kansas artist and art educator whose work was also inspired by time spent in Mexico. Through May 2.
Beach exhibition: 'Gail Gregg: The Album Series'
This exhibition, by K-State alum and New York City-based artist Gail Gregg, explores the power of visual biography. Through May 2.
Beach exhibition: Richard Avedon Photographs
Features two important photographs by Richard Avedon. Through May 30.
McCain Performance Series: 'Annie'
7:30 p.m., McCain Auditorium. An orphan, Annie, and her dog are placed in the lap of luxury as part of a publicity campaign for Oliver Warbucks. One of America's most beloved musicals, the show features Broadway classics including "Hard-Knock Life" and "Tomorrow." Ticket information is available at http://www.k-state.edu/mccain/ or by calling 532-6428.
IT Training: Working with CSS in Dreamweaver
10 to 11:30 a.m., 202 Fairchild Hall. This session will go over the process of creating, attaching, and applying cascading style sheets -- or CSS -- to Web pages using Dreamweaver, understanding the different panels used to work with CSS in Dreamweaver, as well as recognizing the type of style sheet or styles being viewed. Open to all K-State faculty and staff. Those attending should have knowledge of HTML, CSS and Dreamweaver, and be comfortable working with Windows operating systems and in the Web environment. To register -- or for more information -- go to http://www.k-state.edu/infotech/training/registration.html
IDT Roundtable Series for Faculty: '1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Minutes and 40 Seconds, Add 20 Slides, and Welcome to the World of Pecha Kucha'
11 to 12:30 a.m., 212 K-State Student Union. Jump into this short, concise presentation style. RSVP to the Center for Advancement of Teaching and Learning, 215 Fairchild Hall, 785-532-7828, firstname.lastname@example.org
SNAC Lecture: 'The Relationship Between Exercise and Body Image: Helpful or Harmful?' by Beth Fallon
6 p.m., Flint Hills Room, K-State Student Union. Part of Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2010.
Open Forum: University Budget
2 p.m., Big 12 Room, K-State Student Union. Discussions with President Schulz about the budget will be taking place on the K-State at Salina campus, to be conferenced to the main campus.
Music: guest artists Jenny Piper, Stacy Marshall and Laura Kanost, flute
5:45 p.m., All Faiths Chapel.
Music: K-State Orchestra
7:30 p.m., McCain Auditorium. Conducted by William Wingfield.
Landon Lecture: Adm. Michael Mullen, Chair of Joint Chiefs of Staff
4 p.m., McCain Auditorium.
Provost's Lecture: 'Women in STEM: Where We've Been, Where We Are, Where We Are Going' by Jill Tietjen
10:30 a.m. to noon, Hale Library's Hemisphere Room.
Classified Senate Meeting
12:45 p.m., K-State Student Union's Sunflower Room
Theater: 'The Hotel Casablanca'
7:30 p.m., Nichols Theater. Set in Texas in 1948, this hilarious opera follows Tom and Tallulah Carter, wealthy owners of the Double T Ranch, and their many guests. Supposed identities and attempted revenge fill this opera, based on the farce "A Flea in Her Ear" by Feydeau. Directed by Reginald Pittman, director of K-State's opera program. Call 532-6428 to buy tickets.
IT Orientation: Library Technology
10 to 11 a.m., 401B Hale Library. K-State Libraries offer a number of services that can make life easier. This session will cover a broad range of library resources. Open to all K-State faculty, staff, and students. To register -- or for more information -- go to http://www.k-state.edu/infotech/training/registration.html