Arts Bash 2019 offers a night of creativity, food and fun
Foe the City Times
STEVENS POINT — A night of creativity in the visual arts, design, dance and theater is coming to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in February.
Arts Bash 2019, “Sweet 16th,” will be held at 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2, at the UW-Stevens Point Noel Fine Arts Center, 1800 Portage St. Expressive and purple or gold attire is encouraged. Special guest Justun Hart, a theatre and dance alumnus and co-founder and owner of the Timber Mill Theatre LLC, will be a featured performer. Dance Professor Jeannie Hill will be the emcee.
The evening will include theatre and dance performances, including works from a new version of the musical “Spamalot,” as well as a runway show, artwork sale, raffle baskets, food, drinks and cash bar. A dance party will close the event.
A Preview Party will be offered from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1, and includes live music and a private reception at the Edna Carlsten Art Gallery in the Noel Fine Arts Center. Attendees will have the first look at the art sale and a chance to bid on an exclusive silent auction basket. They are also offered a backstage tour of Jenkins Theatre and the opportunity to meet Hart.
Arts Bash 2019 tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door for the public and $20 for UW-Stevens Point students with university I.D. Preview Party tickets are $50 or $85 if combined with Arts Bash. Buy tickets at the UW-Stevens Point Information and Tickets Office, 715-346-4100 or choose “Campus Events” at http://tickets.uwsp.edu.
The primary fundraiser for the Departments of Theatre and Dance and Art and Design, Arts Bash has raised more than $250,000 for student scholarships and programs since its inception in 2003.