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American Ballet Theatre performs at Hancher Auditorium
The Gazette - Thursday, July 1, 2021

When American Ballet Theatre wants to come to your city, you roll out the Hancher Green carpet. Or perhaps a red, white and blue carpet, since the show will be outdoors on the Fourth of July

Wellspring fish sculpture outside of Hancher Auditorium
The Gazette - Saturday, June 12, 2021

Last winter, while walking the Hancher Auditorium grounds, I noticed a striking addition to the handsome landscape design — 30 granite fish sculptures standing strong and resolute, yet also with a flair toward frolic.

  Author Jennifer Black Reinhardt has created a host of characters for her children’s books. “I do it because picture books are an art form in themselves,” she said. Courtesy photo
Altoona Mirror - Monday, June 7, 2021

For former Hollidaysburg resident Jennifer Black Reinhardt, the first months of 2021 have been momentous with the publication of her ninth and 10th children’s books. “I feel really, really lucky to be doing exactly what I wanted to do,” she said. “I’m the poster child for perseverance.

Press Citizen - Tuesday, May 11, 2021

It is a rare happening in a city the size of Iowa City to have two jewels in its crown. The University of Iowa Hancher Auditorium and the Center for Human Rights are these rare entities that have for decades had significant impact on Iowa City, statewide, nationally and globally.

Daily Iowan - Saturday, May 8, 2021

Psychologist Carl Jung developed 12 different brand archetypes that represent common forms or images in myths and legends from across the world.

Press Citzen - Thursday, May 6, 2021

When Chuck Swanson first asked Tess Weaver and Jennifer Black Reinhardt to make a children's book inspired by the 30 granite fish now resting on the Hancher Auditorium's lawn, there was some trepidation....

The Gazette - Thursday, May 6, 2021

Beyond campus and the Iowa City community Hancher arranges performances in every part of the state. One example symbolic of those many projects...

Daily Iowan - Wednesday, May 5, 2021

In early 2020, illusionist Scott Silven was just beginning his worldwide tour when it was cut short by the spread of COVID-19.

The New York Times - Monday, May 3, 2021

The company will travel from Nebraska to New York City—through 14 states—in six sleeper buses and three production trucks.

Daily Iowan - Thursday, April 29, 2021

In a performance recorded specifically for Hancher Auditorium, violinist and composer Layale Chaker and her quintet performed last night from her album ‘Inner Rhyme’ and upcoming project ‘Bards’ with clarinet player Kinan Azmeh.