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Daniel Alexander Jones performing as Jomama Jones.

Daniel Alexander Jones, as Jomama Jones, will perform at the Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse in December. 


Looking for something to do in the next few weeks? Check out some of the College's upcoming events! You can find more events at ArtsUW.


An Evening of Beethoven Trios
School of Music professors Craig Sheppard (piano), Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir (cello), and Rachel Lee Priday (violin) present the first in a three-concert series of the complete Beethoven piano trio cycle. Works in this concert include Trio in E flat, Opus 1 #1; Trio in G, Opus 1 #2; Trio in B flat, ‘Gassenhauer,’ Opus 11; and Trio in C minor, Opus 1 #3.
December 9
7:30 pm
Meany Hall
$20; $10 for students/seniors


Black Light: Jomama Jones  
Developed by Daniel Alexander Jones and starring Jones’s alter ego, legendary singer Jomama Jones, Black Light is a captivating musical journey that fuses the Black American Freedom movement, Afromysticism, and goddess mythology with the musical influences of Prince, Sade, Diana Ross and Tina Turner. Presented in partnership with UW School of Drama.
December 12, 13 & 14
7:30 pm
Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse
$45 general admission; $10 tickets available for students


Viking Y2K: Ragnarök, Doomsday, and the End of the World (as We Know It)
What did people in Scandinavia in the Viking Age think about the end of the world? How did their understanding of the future affect their actions in their present? Was Old Norse religion really just a Doomsday cult? Hear from Scandinavian Studies professor Lauren Poyer, who presents a 30-minute talk at the Nordic Museum as part of the Scandinavian 30 series.
December 12
7 – 7:30 pm
Nordic Museum, 2655 NW Market Street, Seattle


College Access, Free Tuition, and Financial Aid for the Middle Class
The recently-passed Workforce Education Investment Act offers free or reduced college tuition for thousands of low- to median-income Washingtonians. Hear from a panel of lawmakers and higher education leaders, including UW President Ana Mari Cauce, about this landmark legislation and next steps in improving access to higher education in the state. Presented by UW Impact.
January 9, 2020
7 pm
Husky Union Building (HUB) Lyceum
Free. Registration required.