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Postings for September 10, 2013 Full Month View
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  7:00PM 9:00PM The Importance of Being Earnest Auditions   Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) Theatre will hold auditions Sept. 9-11 from 7 to 9 p.m. for its production of “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Auditions will take place in the lower level of Sangamon Hall South on the Springfield campus. Persons unable to audition those evenings should email the director, Mark Hardiman, assistant professor of theatre, at Performances will be Dec. 5- 8, 13 and 14 in the same location. This fresh take on Oscar Wilde’s comedy will explore the world of steampunk by drawing on fashion of the Victorian era. All roles are open in this production. Auditions will include reading from the script and movement exercises. The cast is comprised of adults and young adults able to play 19 years and older. College students and community members are encouraged to audition. Those interested in backstage duties, stage management or assistant to the director should drop by auditions for a brief conference with the director. LLCC Theatre is committed to education in theatre, emphasizing not only performance but also growth in those involved in the production. Those participating will register for college credit or participate through LLCC’s Community Education program. Questions may be directed to or 217-786-4942. More information on LLCC Theatre is available at
  10:00AM n/a Immigration and Illegality in American Imagination   "Immigration and Illegality in the American Imagination." This talk and multi-media presentation will explore the historical origins and contemporary manifestations of how the U.S. became a "gatekeeping" nation. Pricing & Ticket Info: Free. Brookens Auditorium, One University Plaza, Springfield, IL 62703
  6:30PM n/a Art Appraisal Program   The Taylorville Area Arts Council is offering an Art Appraisal program provided by Fine Art and Antique Appraiser, Edwin G. Walker on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at Kriegers Sports Grill in Taylorville. Mr. Walker will discuss the different types of appraisals that exist, the methods of doing each type and also provide examples. He has also agreed to provide appraisals for a few items that might be brought to the program by attendees; however, time constraints will prevent him from appraising all items brought to the lecture. An active member of the International Society of Appraisers, National Trust for Historic Preservation, American Association for State and Local History, and the American Association of Museums, Mr. Walker has developed professional relationships with national as well as local auction houses, museums, antique dealers, conservationists, and craft people. He has been curator for dozens of exhibitions over the past 15 years including sculpture, paperweights, porcelain, fountain pens, automobile mascots, paintings, prints, decorative and primitive art. Walker has also authored books related to the discipline of fine art to include Robert Root: Something More than Praise and Ray George: The Life of a Printmaker among others. Edwin Walker combines the highest professional ethics with education and experience to produce an appraisal report with appropriate value conclusions for a person’s needs. The Arts Council feels fortunate to secure the services of Edwin Walker to provide this informative program for collectors and people in the area interested in how to value the art and artifacts they might own This program, a part of the Arts Council’s Lecture Series, is provided to help meet their mission to foster community appreciation for and involvement in the arts and humanities by providing a wide range of programming, services and cultural education for people of all ages. All members of the Taylorville Community and surrounding area are invited to attend this very informative program. Admission is free. For further information about this program or any Taylorville Area Arts Council Program contact the Council at 823-2664.
  6:30PM 8:00PM Drone Warfare by US   On Tuesday, Sept. 10, Voices for Creative Nonviolence Co-coordinator Buddy Bell will speak on the dangerous use of drone warfare by the United States at Lincoln Public Library, Seventh and Capitol in Springfield, from 6:30 - 8 pm. Buddy is a co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence. The program is sponsored by Pax Christi Springfield, a local affiliate of Pax Christi USA, the Catholic peace and justice group, and is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Diane at 899-2743.

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