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Advent & Christmas Organ Recital

Harriett B. Wick Chapel

Bailys Beads Cover

Baily’s Beads Literary Magazine Celebration

Mukaiyama University Room, Frame-Westerberg Commons

Baily’s Beads, Pitt-Bradford’s literary magazine, has been named Best University Magazine seven times by the American Scholastic Press Association and has twice been named one of the top 12 student magazines in the country by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. This year’s issue will be unveiled with refreshments, prizes, readings by Baily’s Beads contributors and an open mic for anyone who wants to share original work. Selected among the best fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction submitted by students, faculty, alumni, and area writers, the work in Baily’s Beads showcases the diverse talents of Pitt-Bradford and the surrounding community.

Faculty and Staff Recital

Faculty & Staff Recital

Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall

Join our faculty and staff in their creative endeavors through both vocal and instrumental performances at this second annual event.

Edreys Wajed

On Award Tour Artwork by Ederys Wajed

KOA Art Gallery, Blaisdell Hall

Ederys Wajed investigates humanity through storytelling, consumerism and social justice, with an affinity for the beauty of human error in handmade objects, mark-making and documenting human experience. Rhythm, line, vibrant color palettes, and form are elements that bind his work as a thread across practices, whether exploring sound, figurative and abstract imagery, or small wearable objects.

Mary McLaughlin Slechta

Mary McLaughlin Slechta, Visiting Author

Mukaiyama University Room, Frame-Westerberg Commons

Mary McLaughlin Slechta is the 2021 winner of the Kimbilio National Fiction Prize. Her upcoming book Mulberry Street: Stories will be published in the Fall of 2023. She is author of a choose-your-own-adventure-style book, The Spoonmaker's Diamond, and a poetry collection, Wreckage on a Watery Moon. She has also published several chapbooks, and her work appears in journals and anthologies, including Mom Egg Review, jelly bucket, Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora, midnight & indigo: Speculative Issue #2, and Best Small Fictions 2021.

Mary grew up in rural Connecticut in a small community of African-Americans and Jamaicans. She received her bachelor's degree from The University of Connecticut and her master's from Syracuse University.

Vocal Arts Ensemble Concerts

Harriett B. Wick Chapel

The Pitt-Bradford Vocal Arts Ensemble features student vocalists as soloists and choral singers, now in its 13th year.