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Black Heritage Month

Celebrate the history of African Americans all month.

Office of Diversity Programs & Services, (703) 993-2700

10 am - 8 pm

When The House Burns Down: Deborah Lash

Johnson Center, Gallery 123

Photography exhibition When The House Burns Down by Mason alumna Deborah Lash. The series follows two children throughout the summer in an empty world devoid of people and possessions, exploring the texture of intimate relationships.

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Walter Kravitz, (703) 993-7203, ekravitz@gmu.edu, School of Art

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2 pm

Virginia Opera Orphee

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

By Phillip Glass.  Virginia Premiere.

$98; $80; $48

Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888

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2 pm

Faculty Artist Series

deLaski Performing Arts Building, Room 3001

John Kilkenny, percussion and Julianna Nickel, flute.

Free

School of Music, (703) 993-1380

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2 pm

Women's Basketball: Mason vs Hofstra

Patriot Center

Home game.

Intercollegiate Athletics, (703) 993-3222

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3 pm - 6 pm

Immigration Film Series: Better This World

Prince William Campus, Occoquan Building, Verizon Auditorium

Better This World (2011). Follows the journey of David McKay (22) and Bradley Crowder (23) from political neophytes to accused domestic terrorists with a particular focus on the relationship they develop with a radical activist mentor in the six months leading up to their arrests.

University Life: Prince William, (703) 993-9779

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4 pm

Faculty Artist Series

Harris Theatre

Lisa Berger, voice and Patricia Hussey, voice.

Free

School of Music, (703) 993-1380

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6 pm

PB Film: Breaking Dawn Part 1

Johnson Center, Cinema

The Quileutes close in on expecting parents Edward and Bella, whose unborn child poses a threat to the Wolf Pack and the towns people of Forks.

Program Board, (703) 993-2925

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6 pm - 8:30 pm

Ana Masry: Still Living in the Square!

The Hub, Ballroom

An evening celebrating Egypt's multi-layered identity through music, Arabic and English poetry, singing and more. The performance is set in a symbolic square, where Egyptians have come together to showcase a diverse and complex cultural mosaic.

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$20; $5 Mason Students

Ramy Faragalla, rfaragal@masonlive.gmu.edu

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