Soochow University Art Troupe Performance at the University of Idaho
As part of the University of Idaho Confucius Institute's extended celebrations for Global Confucius Institute Day 2016, we are sponsoring a multi-day film festival event focused on exploring China's rich food culture.
The Confucius Institute Day film festival will run from September 23 to September 25, 2016.
Please plan to join us for our kick off event at the first film to share some traditional Chinese food, prepared by our expert chefs, before the first film begins at 7 p.m.
- September 23
- 6 p.m. - Social with traditional Chinese food
- 7 p.m. - Film: Soul of a Banquet
- September 24
- 4 p.m. - Film: All in This Tea
- 5:30 p.m. - Chinese Tea Demonstration
- 7 p.m. - Film: The Raw and the Cooked
- September 25
- 4 p.m. - Film: A Bite of China
- 5 p.m. - Panel Discussion with local farmers, producers and specialists.
- 7 p.m. - Film: The Search for General Tso
Adults $10.00 / Students $7.00
Individual Event Tickets:
Adulsts $3.00 / Students $2.00
Admission for children 12 and under is free.
Festival passes will be for sale in advance at the UI Confucius Institute main office located in the UI Administration Building, room 328, beginning September 5, 2016.
Individual event tickets will be available one hour prior to event showtimes at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.
We hope you will enjoy these films with us and find a new appreciation for all Chinese culinary arts!
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About the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre
The Kenworthy theater occupies a dominant position in the turn-of-the-century cityscape of downtown Moscow. Although the opening of the Kenworthy as a public theater by Milburn Kenworthy took place on January 4, 1926, some of the building was in use as the Crystal Theater as early as 1908. A Robert Morgan theater pipe organ was purchased in 1927 to accompany silent films and is now housed at the University of Idaho Auditorium.
The original brick structure was enlarged by twenty-four feet to the south in 1928. At that time, the stage was used for vaudeville and other dramatic productions, and for silent films. Talking pictures started in 1929.
The theater was remodeled in 1949 with a new terracotta tile façade and enlarged marquee. It was run as Moscow’s premier movie theater by the Kenworthy family until the late 1980s when it was leased until its gift to the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, Inc. in 2000. The theater was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.To learn more about the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, please visit their website or call 208-882-4127.