College of Humanities and Fine Arts
ARTS & HUMANITIES BUILDING – MONTHLY CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Construction continues on the new Arts & Humanities Building. Interior mechanical, electrical and plumbing rough-in are ongoing, along with exterior and interior wall framing that will continue for the next few months. The framing and infrastructure work will continue to fill in the building. Exterior curtain wall, windows, plaster, metal panels and ebony/tumbleweed brick have started going up, as well as work on the roof. It is estimated that the building will be dried in towards the end of this calendar year. The project continues to be on time and on budget.
Tuesday, March 3-Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 8 at 2 p.m.
Harlen Adams Theatre
In this classic drama by Sophocles, Kreon, king of Thebes, arrests his niece, Antigone, daughter of the cursed Oedipus, for treason. He has staked his political legitimacy on national security; she has openly defied him as a matter of individual conscience. With her life on the line, they fight it out publicly in a battle of wills and moral certitude. This play raises questions that are as relevant today as they were 2,500 years ago in ancient Athens. Adapted and directed by William Johnson, professor of music and theatre at Chico State.
Advance tickets, at $15 general, $13 senior citizens, and $6 students/children