FARMINGTON, Maine — Student success will be showcased from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, throughout the University of Maine at Farmington campus with the annual Michael D. Wilson Symposium.
The celebration of scholarly and creative achievements is free and open to the public.
As a prelude to the symposium day, UMF President Theodora J. Kalikow will give a talk, “Theo’s Last Lecture,” 7-8:30 p.m., Monday, April 23, in Lincoln Auditorium, UMF Roberts Learning Center.
Other events scheduled are:
Monday, April 23
• Annual Pixel Hunter Video and Animation Festival, 7 p.m., Emery Community Arts Center Performance Space.
Tuesday, April 24
• Clefnotes, UMF a cappella group, 5 p.m., Emery Community Arts Center Performance Space.
• ReinCARnation, 6 p.m., Outside between Emery and psychology buildings. In the tradition of past UMF automobile orchestra performances, Phil Carlsen, UMF professor of music, will present two performances of his newest auto symphony.
• The Cafe Project with Gustavo Aguilar and David Carr, 7 p.m., Emery Community Arts Center Performance Space.
• “The Loss,” 8 p.m., UMF Alumni Theater. For mature audiences.
• “Moxie,” UMF Senior Art Exhibit, through May 12, UMF Art Gallery, Emery Community Arts Center.
All art events free and open to the public.
A full schedule of Michael D. Wilson Symposium and Arts Night events are posted at ur.umf.maine.edu/symposium.