Today: Noon Arts concert features holiday acts, snacks and ticket drawing

noon-arts-poster1Augusta University’s got talent, and you can experience it at Noon Arts: Live at the Lee on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Master of Ceremonies and Art Department Chair Scott Thorp welcomes performers from multiple areas of the university and health system. Support your fellow students, staff and faculty as they play instruments, recite poetry, dance or sing during this concert series held at Lee Auditorium on the Health Sciences Campus.

The December show offers winter-themed bonus acts from the Division of Communications and Marketing and Division of Enrollment and Student Affairs.

This free event is sponsored by the Augusta University Arts Council. Light snacks and drinks will be provided. Enter to win a drawing for tickets to the Wycliffe and Friends concert at the Maxwell Theatre on Friday, Dec. 9.

If you’d like to perform at the Feb. 1 or April 12 Noon Arts concerts, contact Tricia Perea, tperea@augusta.edu.

List of performers for the Dec. 7 show:

Dr. Lori Anderson, College of Nursing
Tasha Dancy, AU Health
Michael Kelley, Information Technology
Meagan Mays, Dual Enrollment
Denise Parrish, Communications and Marketing
Andrew Reid, Information Technology
“Sawdust and the Skyway,” College of Allied Health Sciences
Communications and Marketing
Enrollment and Student Affairs

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