Jon MeachamJohn PizzarelliMichelle AreyzagaNeil deGrasse TysonMusic of the Baroque
Third Thursday ConcertOther music events
"Trojan Women""The Mikado"
"A Separation""No Impact Man""Phantom of the Opera""America's Music: The Blues and Gospel Music""America's Music: Broadway and Tin Pan Alley""America's Music: Swing Jazz""America's Music: Country and Bluegrass""America's Music: Rock""America's Music: Latin Rhythms from Mambo to Hip Hop"
Brian DettmerMartin Luther King, Jr. Celebration
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Arts & Ideas Series 2013-2014

The Celebrating Arts and Ideas series offers unique cultural experiences, free of charge, to the greater university community. Through diverse programming, we feature original and innovative thinkers whose ideas have the power to change our world. The showcase provides an array of entertainment, including musical performances, theatrical productions, art and museum exhibits, films, and educational and leadership presentations that reflect a deep appreciation for the arts. Please join us for these engaging and thought-provoking events!

To reserve your seat visit and fill out the registration form, email or call 630-844-4924.

Download a printable PDF version of the 2013-2014 calendar.


Visitor Information

 Visitor Information

The Aurora University campus welcomes visitors from our neighboring communities, the Fox Valley region and beyond to experience our free Arts and Ideas series.

Our main stage events take place in the much-lauded and beautiful Crimi Auditorium in the Institute for Collaboration building, located at 407 S. Calumet Ave.

Many of our second stage events are held in Perry Theatre in the Community Foundation Center for Community Enrichment building, located just south of Eckhart Hall at 1305 Kenilworth Place.

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