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Events Schedule

Arts & Humanities Events

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Fall Drama Auditions
Wednesday, August 31 | 2 - 7 p.m. | Black Box Theater B12.135
Lone Star College-University Park Drama department auditions for the "The Library" and "Barefoot in the Park."

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Fall Drama Scholarship Auditions
Thursday, September 1 | 2 - 7 p.m. | Black Box Theater B12.135
Scholarship auditions for the Fall semester. Open to declared Drama Majors enrolled in Theater Practicum.

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Fall Music Auditions
Thursday, September 1 | 3 - 5 p.m. | B12.130 
Fall music auditions for scholarships, private lessons, and vocal & instrumental ensembles.

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Art Faculty Showcase
September 5 - October 12 | B12.115 Dean's Suite and Hallway
Featuring artywork by the Lone Star College-University Art Department faculty.

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Master Your Class Promotional Event
Tuesday, September 6 | 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | 12.201 Blue Assembly
Come learn about Master Your Class and all the information sessions that we will have this semester.

Music Faculty Recital with Christoph Wagner on Cello, Benjamin Sieben on Piano, and Emily Heiman, our guest vocalist, on voice.
Music Faculty Recital
Tuesday, September 6 | 7:30 - 9 p.m. | B12.1 Atrium
Join us for an evening recital given by LSC cello instructor Christoph Wagner, staff pianist Ben Sieben, and guest artist mezzo-soprano, Dr. Emily Howes Heilman. The program will feature works by Debussy, Poulenc, Martinu, Heggie, and Timothy Hoekman.

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Master Your Class: How to Connect with Your Professor
Wednesday, September 7 |11 a.m. - Noon | SLRC Teaching Gallery
Are you new to college? Are you unsure how to interact or communicate with your professor? Join Katie Truax, History and Humanities faculty, to talk about getting the most out of your relationship with your professor.

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Fall Music Auditions
Thursday, September 7 | 2 - 8 p.m. | B12.130 
Fall music auditions for scholarships, private lessons, and vocal & instrumental ensembles.

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Master Your Class: 5 Schoolwork Hacks to Start Strong
Monday, September 12 | 1 - 2 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
Do you struggle to get organized? Do you lose documents and files that you need? Join Jamie Stoops, History faculty, to learn about easy ways to set yourself up for success in class.

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ReadUP! & Civic Engagement Disabilities and Voting Event
Tuesday, September 13 |  11 - 12:30 p.m. | B13.210 Multi-Purpose Room
Join us in this informative discussion about the disability vote, resources, and accessibility featuring a guest speaker.

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Master Your Class: Getting Back on Track
Tuesday, September 13 |  1:30 - 2:30 p.m. | B13.210 Multi-Purpose Room
Are you worried about your classes? Do you feel stressed out? Join Professor Katie Truax to discuss how to get on top of your classes and reach your goals in college.
Click here to attend to the event online.

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Master Your Class: Reading Primary Sources
Monday, September 19 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
Join Katie Truax, History and Humanities faculty, to discuss techniques for reading primary sources. You are welcome to bring your class document to the session for us to look at.
Click here to attend the event online.

Disability-Visibility-Web-Banner Book Discussion
Read UP! Book Discussion- Disability Visibility by Alice Wong
Tuesday, September 20 | 11 am - noon. | SLRC Teaching Gallery
One in five people in the US lives with a disability. Join us in a discussion led by our Read UP! program about these topics discussed in the the book Disability Visibility by Alice Wong.

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Master Your Class: Writing Actively, Writing Better 
Tuesday, September 20 | 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
What is the difference between active and passive voice? Why does it matter and how can it make your writing better? Join Kevin Tucker, History faculty, to learn about this often overlooked writing skill.
Click here to attend the event online.

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Faculty Excellence Awards 2022
Nominations open from September 26 - October 17
Students, have you been in a class at LSC-University Park where the faculty member was an excellent teacher? Demonstrated care and concern? Helped you reach your goal? If so, nominate them for a Faculty Excellence Award!

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Master Your Class: Reading Secondary Sources
Thursday, September 29 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery
Join Katie Truax, History and Humanities faculty, to discuss techniques for reading secondary sources. You are welcome to bring your class document to the session for us to look at.
Click here to attend the event online.

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Master Your Class Promotional Event
Monday, October 3 | 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. | 12.201 Blue Assembly
Come learn about Master Your Class and all the information sessions that we will have this semester.

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Master Your Class: Using Quotes and Paraphrases 
Tuesday, October 4 | 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery
Join Kevin Tucker, History faculty, to learn when and how to use quotes and paraphrases in your writing.
Click here to attend the event online.

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Master Your Class - Panic Button: Help for Class Struggles
Monday, October 10 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery
If you feel panicked or even just as little worried about your classes, hit the Panic Button! Join us for a solutions-focused problem-solving session.

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ReadUP! Crip Camp Screening
Tuesday, October 11 | 11 - 1:30 p.m. | B13.210
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we invite you to join us for the screening of the award winning film Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. The film focuses on how an innovative camp inspired young teens to become activists for a movement aimed to transform lives and shape the future.

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Master Your Class: How to Get the Most Out of College
Tuesday, October 11 | 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery
Are you new to college? Would you like to learn about everything the college experience has to offer? Join Chelsea Davis-Bibb, English faculty, to discuss academics, clubs, relationships, and everything in between.
Click here to attend the event online.

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Uproar Reading Event
Wednesday, October 12 | 12:30 - 2:30 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery B12.805
Share and read your creative writing! Students and faculty will be presenting various forms of creartive writing, so come and listen or share some of your own!

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The Library by Scott Z. Burns
Thursday - Saturday, October 13 - 15 | 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. | Black Box Theater
Join the Drama department in our production of "The LIbrary."

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The Library by Scott Z. Burns
Sunday, October 16 | 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. | Black Box Theater
Join the Drama department in our production of "The LIbrary." 

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Read UP! Book Discussion- Disability Visibility by Alice Wong
Tuesday, October 18 | 11 am - noon. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
One in five people in the US lives with a disability. Join us in a discussion led by our Read UP! program about these topics discussed in the the book Disability Visibility by Alice Wong.

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Read UP! From Impossible to I'm Possible
Wednesday, October 19 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery & WebEx
The ESOL Department and SLRC invite you to a motivational TedTalk screening and discussion on transcending difficulties and inspiring others to make the impossible possible. This hybrid event is open to all LSC students, faculty, and staff.

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The Library by Scott Z. Burns
Thursday - Saturday, October 20 - 22 | 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. | Black Box Theater
Join the Drama department in our production of "The LIbrary."

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The Library by Scott Z. Burns
Sunday, October 23 | 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. | Black Box Theater
Join the Drama department in our production of "The LIbrary."

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Master Your Class- Panic Button: Help for Class Struggles
Monday, October 24 | Noon - 1:00 p.m. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
If you feel panicked or even just a little worried about your classes, hit the Panic Button! Join us for a solutions-focused problem-solving session.

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Spring Drama Scholarship Auditions
Thursday, November 3 | 2 - 5 p.m. | Black Box Theater B12.135
Scholarship auditions for the Spring semester. Open to declared Drama Majors enrolled in Theater Practicum.

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Voice Recital
Thursday, November 10 | 7:30-8:30 p.m. |12.1 Atrium

Disability Visibility Book Discussion Web Banner
Read UP! Book Discussion- Disability Visibility by Alice Wong
Tuesday, November 15 | 11 am - noon. | SLRC Teaching Gallery 
One in five people in the US lives with a disability. Join us in a discussion led by our Read UP! program about these topics discussed in the the book Disability Visibility by Alice Wong.

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Fall Instrumental Recital 
Thursday, November 17 | 7:30-8:30 p.m. |12.1 Atrium


Box Office

For questions, please call 281.290.2742.

Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your event's start time. There is NO late seating for Black Box Theatre events.  All events are subject to change or cancellation.

Directions to LSC-UP

Lone Star College-University Park is located at 249 and Louetta. If you are entering from the main entrance, please park in Garage 10 or 11 and take the elevators between Garage 10 and 11 to the second floor. Walk past the security desk to the end of the skybridge, and turn left. From there, follow the signs for the venue listed:

  • Black Box Theatre (B12.135): Continue down the hallway until you reach the elevators between buildings 12 and 13. Take them down one floor, make a right out of the elevators and head to the end of the hallway.  
  • First Floor Atrium (B12.1): Continue down the hallway until you reach the elevators between buildings 12 and 13. Take them down one floor and they'll open onto the First Floor Atrium.
  • The Multipurpose Room (B13.210): Continue down the hallway toward buildings 12 and 13. Just past the elevators, you'll see the Multipurpose Room on your right behind glass doors.
  • East Dining and West Dining (W): Turn right down the first long hallway you see, and follow it all the way back. Go around the big circle and head down the left hallway for East Dining (it's just to the left of Abby's, the cafeteria) or to the right hallway for West Dining. 

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