The exhibition, Shaolin: Temple of Zen, will be on display at the Woodbury Art Museum until October 9. Over the past eight years, photographer Justin Guariglia has slowly but surely won the trust of the notoriously secretive warrior monks of the Shaolin Temple, a unique Chinese Buddhist sect dedicated to preserving a form of kung fu referred to as the "vehicle of Zen." With the blessing of the main abbot, Shi Yong Xin, Guariglia has earned the full collaboration of the monks to create an astonishing, empathetic record of the Shaolin art forms and the individuals who consider themselves the keepers of these traditions. It is the first time the monks have allowed such extensive documentation of these masters and their centuries-old art forms - from Buddhist mudras to classical kung fu - in their original setting, a 1,500-year-old Buddhist temple. This exhibition is free and open to the public. Click here for more information.
There will be a recital held tonight only in GT 416 at 7:30pm by opera singers: Jennifer Welch-Babidge and Darrell Babidge. This recital is free and open to the public.
Your last chance to see Charlotte's Web in the new Noorda Theatre is quickly approaching. This fun and delightful play based on the well loved book by E.B. White can be seen until October 3. Click here for tickets and more information.
Rise, the Annual Art Department Faculty Exhibition is also on display now, at the Springville Museum of Art. This exhibition showcases current faculty work and will be available to be seen until October 16. Get more information here.