Programs + Events
This season celebrates the diversity and shared influences of indigenous music; takes audiences on a heartbreaking journey of friendship and betrayal set against a backdrop of 1970s Afghanistan; presents the exhilarating art form of flamenco; and introduces the unique new dance tradition of stepping, which uses the body as an instrument to create intricate rhythms and sounds.
Get in touch with other students who share your goals and interests at this member recruitment fair, presented at the beginning of each semester. Discover the campus organizations that will give you the best opportunities for friendship, involvement, leadership and job-related experience.
Show your Blugold Card or International Film Society membership card as you enter Woodland Theater and enjoy a free film nearly every weekend. Seating 200 people, the theater is outfitted with a state-of-the-art 7.1 surround sound system and a high-output digital light processing projector. We project only the best, from classics and cult favorites to contemporary award winners.
The CALL program connects UW-Eau Claire students with volunteer service opportunities in the community. The mission of the program is twofold: helping students learn through community service, and helping community organizations find talented, educated volunteers.
The 71st season of this prestigious lecture series includes presentations on race and white privilege; reforming and rebuilding our nation’s economy; how our brain constructs beliefs and reinforces them as truths; and the urban agricultural movement that is providing equal access to healthy, high-quality, safe and affordable food for people in all communities.
Higherground is a student-run dance club that also functions as a social lounge and as a space for student organizations and university groups to present their events.
Since 1956 the UW-Eau Claire International Film Society has represented a wide variety of countries, cinematic styles, directorial methods, genres and points of view in films that foster a better understanding of other peoples and cultures, and instill a lifelong appreciation for the art of film.
Free outdoor concerts, films and theatrical presentations take place throughout the summer term.