Arts & Culture

Best snow day ever? Ask 200-plus young Midstate innovators who spent their morning at MTSU's 23rd annual Invention Convention Feb. 26 for their top four reasons:

Needing hundreds of employees for their first season in a new ballpark, the Nashville Sounds have added Goodwill to their lineup, hoping for a home run.

The Goodwill Career Solutions center at 780 Berry Road in Nashville will host a job fair from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3, for the Nashville Sounds and Centerplate at the Nashville Sounds, which are seeking to fill 250-300 game-day positions at the new First Tennessee Park downtown.

Van Eaton Galleries,  one of the world’s premier animation artwork and collectible galleries located in Sherman Oaks, California has announced a vast array of sensational tourist photos from Disneyland’s past. In addition, the gallery has highlighted a large assortment of vintage tourist-related souvenirs, games, toys and collectibles from the famous park bearing Walt Disney’s name.

MTSU Theatre’s performances of  “Einstein’s Dreams,” the stage adaptation of an international best-selling novel, will continue as scheduled this week in the university’s Studio Theatre in the Boutwell Dramatic Arts Auditorium.

Last week’s winter weather and the resulting university closures cancelled one performance, but the curtain will go up as planned Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. 25-March 1.  

General admission tickets are $10 each and $5 for K-12 students and senior citizens. MTSU students with valid IDs will be admitted free.

An MTSU professor will peek behind the prison bars of the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” in an upcoming lecture.”

Dr. Clare Bratten, a professor in the Department of Electronic Media Communication, will present “Orange is the New Black: How We Talk about the Show” at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in Room 100 of the James Union Building.