College of Humanities and Fine Arts
ARTS & HUMANITIES BUILDING – MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Progress continues on the new Arts & Humanities Building. The project is now nearly 96% complete. Finish work is ongoing in the interior of the building, which includes ceiling tiles, flooring, paint, doors and millwork finishes inside the recital hall and galleries. Equipment installation is ongoing within the ceramics and glass studios. Pedestrian access along First Street was re-opened at the beginning of the fall semester. Exterior site concrete, brick paving and landscaping is complete along Normal Avenue. The Normal Avenue walkway between First and Second streets has been reopened for pedestrian use. The John Pugh Mural “Academe” is nearly complete, and the final touches should be complete by the end of the week. The project continues to be on time and on budget.
Thank you for your patience during construction. For questions regarding the construction, please contact Planning, Design, & Construction at x6235.
Lloyd Roby — One Night Only!
Friday, February 19 at 7:30 p.m.
Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall
He has performed with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Tommy Dorsey Band, and Woody Herman’s Thundering Herd as well as the Sacramento, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and the North State Symphony Orchestras. Professor Lloyd Roby, of CSU, Chico’s Department of Music and Theatre, brings to the stage a wealth of diverse music to delight every audience.
Free and open to the public.
Music Associate Professor Natalya Shkoda
Music Associate Professor Natalya Shkoda released the final CD in her three-volume compendium of the piano music of Ukrainian composer Viktor Stepanovych Kosenko. This Centaur Records CD, features the world premiere recording of his Eleven Etudes, Opus 8, and Twenty-Four Children’s Pieces, Opus 25.