The University Museums will be opening its doors late this coming Thursday evening, March 28th, for its first ever “College Night.” Visitors are invited to help us celebrate the current contemporary art exhibition, “Flow, Just Flow: Variations on a Theme” on view in the Harnett Gallery. The night will highlight Jenova Chen’s “flOw,” a PS3 video game featured in the exhibition, as well as the two other thatgamecompany video games, “Flower” and “Journey,” made available just for this night. In addition to these video games, the University Museums will welcome local game jammers who have created games based on the concept of flow. Games of other sorts (janga, board games, etc.) will be offered as well.
The museums will also be welcoming two student organizations, Choeur du Roi acapella group and Subject to Change improv troupe, who will be performing throughout the course of the night. Visitors can also expect food and drinks provided outside of the gallery.
This event is for both new and returning visitors- don’t miss out!