Each year through donations to the Stauffacher Artist & Lecturer Endowment Fund, state grants, and activity fees, SFCC brings quality performances to the Sedalia campus through the Stauffacher Artist & Lecturer Series. The annual series has provided students and the surrounding communities with many opportunities to be educated and entertained.
"Ain't I a Woman!"
Feb. 29, 7:30 p.m.,
Presented by the Core Ensemble, this is a chamber music theatre production involving an address and musicians who interact with each other to celebrate the lives and times of four significant African American women:
- Sojourner Truth, an ex-slave and abolitionist
- Clementine Hunter, a self-taught folk artist
- Zora Hurston, an anthropologist
- Fannie Hamer, a civil rights worker
The music is representative of their lives and times, so it draws heavily on spirituals, gospel and jazz.
Visit www.coreensemble.com for more information.
This event is free and open to the public, but tickets are recommended. For more information, contact the Stauffacher Artist & Lecturer Series at firstname.lastname@example.org.