The Autorino Center For The Arts Announces The 15th Anniversary Season
The Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities at the University of Saint Joseph is On The Move this year as it celebrates its 15th anniversary—and there’s a lot to celebrate.
On the Move, this season’s theme, offers performances that highlight global shifts in populations due to migration and forced migrations along with the cultural fusions that occur during this time of hyper-globalization. On The Move also acknowledges the Autorino Center’s as a center of cultural vibrancy and its commitment to USJ’s progression forward as its undergraduate school becomes coed in the fall of 2018.
“Since the founding of the Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities, thousands upon thousands of patrons have visited the Center and I couldn’t be more pleased with the palpable excitement for contemporary performance,” says Center Director Steven Raider-Ginsburg. “The theme for 2017-18, On The Move, deals with some bold issues wrapped inside a year-long party. Fun ahead!”
As part of the launch of the 15th anniversary season celebration, the Autorino Center announces a new membership program: A dual-tiered program where members can enjoy exclusive benefits like $15 tickets for its 15th year, special receptions, and access to priority seating.
Learn more about our upcoming season.