The Black History Month Concert, a collaboration between Butler’s School of Music and the Efroymson Diversity Diversity Center, will be performed at the Schrott Center for the Arts.
The third annual Melanin Monologues, an event that showcases the talents of students and faculty, will take place in the Johnson Room on Friday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m.
Every year Butler Ballet puts on their Midwinter Dance Festival. This year it will feature the work of renowned choreographer Paul Taylor.
Students and administration reflects on presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin’s visit to campus on Feb. 12
Ali Eteraz, critically acclaimed writer and author of debut novel, “Native Believer,” is coming to Butler to present as the seventh speaker in the Visiting Writers Series.
The classic comedy, involving mistaken identities, bewildered lovers, and magical fairies, will mark the first performance Butler Theatre has done in Clowes Hall in 17 years.
Before she was Carol King, the famous singer-songwriter, she was Carol Klein, a girl from Brooklyn who had to fight her way into the male-dominated recording industry with nothing but her talent and her determination.
In addition to performing, the company will also be teaching a master class as well as rehearsing with some Butler dance students for their Mid Winter Dance Festival performance.
Indianapolis is home to numerous museum spaces of varying sizes, covering topics of art, history, science and entertainment.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, nine historically black fraternities and sororities, is a community of leaders and achievers in the Butler Community.