Quincy native touring with Broadway show 'Kinky Boots'
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Quincy native touring with Broadway show 'Kinky Boots'

Quincy native Jordan Archibald woke up Wednesday morning in Richmond, and by the end of the day Thursday, he had performed in Lima, Ohio, and Indiana, Pa. Archibald, 22, is touring with a production of the Broadway musical "Kinky Boots."

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'The Planets': Quincy Symphony Orchestra adds visual component to season finale
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'The Planets': Quincy Symphony Orchestra adds visual component to season finale

José Francisco Salgado's passion for astronomy began when he found one of his father's books on the moon landing.

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Program design contest open to local students

Quincy Community Theatre is enlisting the help of local students to design the program for their next student musical, "Elephant & Piggie's ‘We are in a Play!'"

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JWCC holds auditions, portfolio reviews for arts scholarships

John Wood Community College's fine arts department will hold auditions for music scholarships and portfolio reviews for visual arts scholarships on Friday, April 20.

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Student art exhibit now on view in Gray Gallery

The annual Student Art Exhibition is on view through May 12 in Quincy University's Gray Gallery, located in Brenner Library.

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Alliance Art members' work on display in clinic

Members of Alliance Art Gallery in downtown Hannibal share their work for the Art For the Health of It exhibit in April and May at Hannibal Clinic.

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QCT seeks students to bring beloved book characters to life

Quincy Community Theatre is searching for enthusiastic performers in grades three to 12 for the musical tale of two best friends -- "Elephant & Piggie's ‘We are in a Play!'"

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Mejer celebrates 50 years as QU professor with exhibit

Robert Lee Mejer is celebrating his 50th anniversary as a professor of art at Quincy University, founder of the Gray Gallery and decades as a practicing artist. Pieces of Mejer's work are featured in his 50-year art retrospective exhibit.

Jupiter String Quartet makes classical music accessible
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Jupiter String Quartet makes classical music accessible

The Jupiter String Quartet is finally making its way to Quincy this weekend after having to cancel its show last year. The quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at St. John's Anglican Parish.

Beck, Havens receive lifetime achievement awards for artistic vision
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Beck, Havens receive lifetime achievement awards for artistic vision

A longtime educator, prolific artist, folk singer and poet, Al Beck was honored with a George M. Irwin Lifetime Achievement Award at Arts Quincy's 70th annual meeting Wednesday night. Renowned trombonist Bob Havens was unable to attend, but is also being recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award.