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December 1, 2012

03:30 P

Regis College Glee Club, Alumnae Chorus, Chamber Singers, Handbell Choir: Christmas Concert

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday season at Regis is ushered in with the traditional Christmas Concerts. Take this opportunity to rediscover the meaning of the season. Combined choirs and orchestra perform choral classics as well as contemporary arrangements of familiar carols, including a favorite for children of all ages, ’Twas the Night Before Christmas. Instrumental Ensemble plays jazz band-style pieces, and the Chamber Singers offer contemporary a cappella performance followed by the always popular Handbell Choir. During intermission, audience members enjoy a cookies-and-punch reception in the holiday-decked atrium, and the concert closes with the traditional Silent Night by candlelight.

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December 2, 2012

03:30 P

Regis College Glee Club, Alumnae Chorus, Chamber Singers, Handbell Choir: Christmas Concert

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday season at Regis is ushered in with the traditional Christmas Concerts. Take this opportunity to rediscover the meaning of the season. Combined choirs and orchestra perform choral classics as well as contemporary arrangements of familiar carols, including a favorite for children of all ages, ’Twas the Night Before Christmas. Instrumental Ensemble plays jazz band-style pieces, and the Chamber Singers offer contemporary a cappella performance followed by the always popular Handbell Choir. During intermission, audience members enjoy a cookies-and-punch reception in the holiday-decked atrium, and the concert closes with the traditional Silent Night by candlelight.

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December 3, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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07:30 P

Regis College Glee Club, Alumnae Chorus, Chamber Singers, Handbell Choir: Christmas Concert

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday season at Regis is ushered in with the traditional Christmas Concerts. Take this opportunity to rediscover the meaning of the season. Combined choirs and orchestra perform choral classics as well as contemporary arrangements of familiar carols, including a favorite for children of all ages, ’Twas the Night Before Christmas. Instrumental Ensemble plays jazz band-style pieces, and the Chamber Singers offer contemporary a cappella performance followed by the always popular Handbell Choir. During intermission, audience members enjoy a cookies-and-punch reception in the holiday-decked atrium, and the concert closes with the traditional Silent Night by candlelight.

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December 4, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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December 5, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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December 6, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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December 7, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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07:00 P

Commonwealth Ballet: The Nutcracker

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday spirit abounds at the sixteenth annual performance of the classic ballet of the season. Accomplished dancers in brilliant costumes take the stage accompanied by the classic Tchaikovsky score. Laughter, magic, and wonder abound in this fully staged production that captivates and entertains. Join the dancers of Commonwealth Ballet and major guest artists on this delightful journey.

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December 8, 2012

Commonwealth Ballet: The Nutcracker

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday spirit abounds at the sixteenth annual performance of the classic ballet of the season. Accomplished dancers in brilliant costumes take the stage accompanied by the classic Tchaikovsky score. Laughter, magic, and wonder abound in this fully staged production that captivates and entertains. Join the dancers of Commonwealth Ballet and major guest artists on this delightful journey.

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December 9, 2012

Commonwealth Ballet: The Nutcracker

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday spirit abounds at the sixteenth annual performance of the classic ballet of the season. Accomplished dancers in brilliant costumes take the stage accompanied by the classic Tchaikovsky score. Laughter, magic, and wonder abound in this fully staged production that captivates and entertains. Join the dancers of Commonwealth Ballet and major guest artists on this delightful journey.

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06:00 P

Commonwealth Ballet: The Nutcracker

Location: Casey Theatre

Holiday spirit abounds at the sixteenth annual performance of the classic ballet of the season. Accomplished dancers in brilliant costumes take the stage accompanied by the classic Tchaikovsky score. Laughter, magic, and wonder abound in this fully staged production that captivates and entertains. Join the dancers of Commonwealth Ballet and major guest artists on this delightful journey.

Details

December 10, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 11, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 12, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 13, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 14, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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December 15, 2012

02:00 P

Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra: A Family Holiday Pops - ’twas the night before Christmas

Location: Casey Theatre

Max Hobart and the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra are joined once again by the Regis College Glee Club and Alumnae Chorus, who will perform ’Twas the Night Before Christmas. Famed soprano Maria Ferrante will be our soloist. We’ll be bringing you holiday favorites, Santa will make an appearance, and children will get a chance to conduct the orchestra. All this plus free refreshments!

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December 17, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 18, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 19, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 20, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 21, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

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10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 24, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 25, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 26, 2012

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 27, 2012

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

Details

December 28, 2012

10:00 A

Maggie Brown

Location: Carney Gallery

Details

10:00 A

Re: Constructed

Location: Carney Gallery

Jodi Colella celebrates the intersection of science and art. She says, “Found fishing ropes morph into nerve capillaries, tubes of screen congregate into honeycomb, and wool grows from the crevices of driftwood—as if creating new species.” Forms come into being through the process of doing a small set of steps again and again. Though experience often serves as a guide for Colella, there is no way to know in advance what her instincts will produce. Small changes in an underlying pattern lead to fundamentally new results. The colors and textures range from the delicate to the massive ready to burst.

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