CHICKASHA – Every conflict needs resolution and behind every resolution is a mediator. To that end, the University of Science and Arts is hosting a free basic mediator training course Feb. 7-9 in the Emerson Room.
While focusing on the practical application and mastery of communication skills, the Early Settlement Mediation program also will touch on conflict and mediation theory. The training in Austin Hall 109 mostly will consist of role-play and interaction with others.
One of the nation’s renowned baritone singers is coming to Chickasha for a night of operatic proportions. Jeffrey Snider will take the stage at the USAO Alumni Chapel on Jan. 23 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $2 for USAO students to $10 for general admission. Tickets are available in the USAO Business Office in Troutt Hall or by phone at (405) 574-1213. Baritone Jeffrey Snider is one of the final performing artists of this season’s Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series. Snider also will give a free Master Class tutorial and demonstration at noon on Jan.
CHICKASHA – All play and no work may not be a successful mantra for some, but for a small television cast and crew at the University of Science and Arts, it’s a formula that’s paying off. Beginning Jan. 25, USAO’s “Studio 18” will feature an exclusive interview with “Law & Order” actress Milena Govich.
Originally from Norman, Govich plays Detective Nina Cassidy, the first-ever female detective on NBC’s long-running drama.
CHICKASHA – Local community members should find no excuse for boredom this spring, now that the University of Science and Arts has released its spring performing arts lineup. With multiple concerts, recitals and performances planned for the new semester, Grady County and neighboring communities should have plenty to do to stay entertained.
Artists from across the nation competed with Oklahoma artists for the biennial “Oklahoma: Centerfold” art exhibit, one of the largest juried art shows in the state. Open Jan. 15 through Feb. 9 at the USAO Art Gallery, “Centerfold” features more than 40 original pieces from artists spanning the state and nation. Norman English senior Meg Wilson pauses to observe “Mr. Lyons,” a mixed media piece by Norman artist Angela Evans.