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“Circus Music” Gallery Talk by Windjammer Rod Everhart, Trustee, Windjammers Unlimited, Inc. 2:00 pm
“Circus Music” Gallery Talk by Windjammer Rod Everhart, Trustee, Windjammers Unlimited, Inc. @ J. Wayne Stark Galleries
Feb 17 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Windjammer Rod Everhart, Trustee, Windjammers Unlimited, Inc., will talk about the history of circus music, as well as his own experiences as a “Windjammer,” or circus band performer.
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Circus Camp! 2:00 pm
Circus Camp! @ J. Wayne Stark Galleries
Feb 18 @ 2:00 pm
Join us for Circus Camp on Sunday, February 18, starting at 2pm! For ages 8-12. Please register below. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the duration of the camp. Circus Camp will offer participants an opportunity to explore the art and science behind performing basic circus and variety arts, such as[...]
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“A Circus Life: Fifty Years in the Sawdust Ring” Public Lecture and Gallery Walk with Timothy Tegge 5:30 pm
“A Circus Life: Fifty Years in the Sawdust Ring” Public Lecture and Gallery Walk with Timothy Tegge @ J. Wayne Stark Galleries
Feb 20 @ 5:30 pm
“A CIRCUS LIFE: FIFTY YEARS IN THE SAWDUST RING” will find Timothy Tegge in full Ringmaster’s attire (the traditional Red Tailcoat, top hat, and whistle). The lecture will feature stories, anecdotes, and amazing historical facts about the circus, its people, and its influence on popular culture. After a brief question and answer exchange with the[...]
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Texas Circus Tribute
Texas Circus Tribute @ J. Wayne Stark Galleries
Feb 21 all-day
Special items will be on display.
“A Grand Aggregation of Wonders: America, Texas, and the World at the Circus, 1793-1956” by Janet Davis 5:30 pm
“A Grand Aggregation of Wonders: America, Texas, and the World at the Circus, 1793-1956” by Janet Davis @ J. Wayne Stark Galleries
Feb 21 @ 5:30 pm
Please join us for a gallery talk by Janet Davis, UT Circus historian titled “A Grand Aggregation of Wonders: America, Texas, and the World at the Circus, 1793-1956.” A reception will follow the talk.
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