May 29, 2020

Eagle Life

Gallery East

Gallery East’s abstract urban art show “Transform, Notate, Accumulate” finished its first week with a highly attended Gallery Talk and Open House on Friday, Feb. 2.
According to Gallery East Director, Brent Haddock, the opening festivities were “a smashing success.”
Approximately 70 people comprised of community members and college faculty, staff and students were present for the Gallery Talk – a dialogue between the artists and discussion with attendees.
The Open House which took place Friday evening had an attendance of approximately 100 people.

Utah poets to present poetry reading at CEU

Utah poet laureate Ken Brewer and poet Natasha Saje will present a poetry reading at the College of   Eastern Utah’s Alumni Room in the College Center Building, at 7:30 pm, on February 26th. The community is encouraged to attend this free reading sponsored by CEU and the Utah Arts Council.
“When Ken Brewer was named Utah poet laureate, the state’s leading ambassador for literature, former students were not surprised.

“Crimes of the Heart” scheduled to open February 26

“I am not liberal, I am a democrat, I was just lonely.” ” … after I shot him I put the gun down on the piano bench and went to the kitchen and made a pitcher of lemonade … Yes … I was dying of thirst my mouth was just dry as a bone,” is one of the favorite quotes from three sisters in CEU’s theatre department’s production of “Crimes of the Heart” opening February 26 in the Geary Theatre.

EU Wind Symphony presents third concert of the season

The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community ensemble at College of Eastern Utah, presents its third concert of the 2003-04 season – “All That Jazz” – on Thursday, February  12 at 7:30 p.m. in the CEU Leavitt Student Center. The program will be a departure from the group’s usual fare of band and chamber repertoire, focusing instead on members of the Wind Symphony performing big-band arrangements of music by many of America’s great jazz composers and songwriters.

Gallery East

“Transform, Notate, Accumulate” is the abstract urban art exhibit slated to hit CEU’s Gallery East Feb. 2 – 27, featuring Jean Arnold, John Erickson and Linda Peer, three of Salt Lake City’s popular and distinguished artists.
“This show is hip; very exciting. It’s all about the artists’ perceived sense of motion in urban landscapes, as well as the inner condition,” Gallery Director Brent Haddock stated.

eBooks available at CEU Library

The College of Eastern Utah Library is introducing students and faculty to a new way of accessing information by offering a collection of 1234 eBooks from netLibrary.
eBooks are full-text electronic versions of published books that library patrons can search, borrow, read and return over the Internet.
“We are excited to be on the forefront of technology with the addition of netLibrary eBooks. This is a new resource that will foster and encourage learning for our students and staff,” said Barbara Steffee, director of the library.