Exhibit A

Where to go and what to do.


By Arts Staff

Wednesday [11/28] 

Pet Love 

Reynolds Club, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m., free 

Chill with a bunch amazing therapy dogs to escape the stress of finals for a while. 

Thursday [11/29] 

Born in Flames with Kara Keeling, Cauleen Smith, and Robert Bird 

Harper Theater, 7 p.m., free 

A screening of Born in Flames, which portrays the coalition of women that emerges when the founder of the Black radical Women’s Army is mysteriously killed. Following the screening, there will be a discussion with Grey Center fellows Cauleen Smith and Robert Bird, and associate professor of cinema and media studies Kara Keeling. 

Tea Time: Chamber Music Collage 

Fulton Hall, 4:30 p.m., free 

Take a break from work this Thursday afternoon and enjoy a cozy concert, complete with tea and cookies! As part of the music department’s weekly Tea Time Concert series, students in the chamber music program will be performing pieces by Brahms and Shostakovich.  

Figure Drawing: the Figure and the Ground

Smart Museum of Art, 5:30-7:30 p.n., free. 

A student figure drawing group, Outside the Lines, will be hosting their weekly drawing session at the Smart Museum this Thursday. Complete with live models and materials, this workship draws on inspiration from the museum's current exhibit, "the Figure and the Ground". 

Friday [11/30] 

Measure for Measure

FXK Theater, Reynolds Club, 7:30 p.m., $6 advance/$8 door  

Join the Dean’s Men, UChicago’s Shakespearean student group, for their quarterly performance. This quarter will feature Shakespeare’s beloved comedy about power and sin, creatively adapted to be set in Prohibition-era Chicago.  

Saturday [12/1] 

Men in Drag Present: Yule Ball 

Bond Chapel, 7:30 p.m., $5 advance/$7 door                                                         

The female a cappella group is holding its annual fall concert, this year with a Harry Potter theme. 

Sunday [12/2]

Handel's Messiah 

Rockefeller Chapel, 3-5:30 p.m., $25 general, $5 student/child tickets at the door. 

Rockefeller Chapel Choire, Motet Choire and the Haymarket Orchestra come together for the annual performance of Handel's astounding Messiah.