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Events for November 9, 2017
Bergren Forum - Amy Button
(12:10 PM - 1:00 PM)
The Bergren Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost's Office will be meeting at 12:10 p.m., Thursday, November 9 in the Nevins Theatre, Powell Campus Center.
Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.
Speaker: Amy Button
Topic: "Going First: The Implications of Being a First in Family Postsecondary Student"
During this presentation, the definition of first in family (FIF)will be provided and the implications of being the first student in one's family to pursue a postsecondary education will be discussed. The impact of culture and disability on FIF students, as well as the assets FIF students bring to campus will also be reviewed.
(5:30 PM - 6:30 PM)
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. every Thursday - Language House
If you are already fluent in French or still learning, come and have fun with games, movies, cooking lessons and more ...
Andrew Raftery, Alex Lukas, Corinne Teed, Christy Gast
Opening Reception: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3
Curated by Andrew Oesch
Four artists work in diverse ways with the visual lexicon around the genre of landscape. Using materials ranging from ceramics, print, painting, video, and textiles the artworks in this exhibition explore our human relationship to land and how we construct a sense of place.
Exhibit at the Cohen Gallery: Residue
Residue: Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall exhibit at the Cohen Gallery
Nov 3- Dec 8, Opening Reception 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3
The Cohen Gallery presents the work of Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall in “Residue,” opening 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3.
As humans we leave a trail behind us- a record of our personal histories. Some of these marks are egregious like the oil spills in the oceans, others are poetic like the subtly scuffed paint surrounding a well-used door knob. The artists in this exhibition are using residue as a tool for making their art. By making objects to create stains, mimic stains, or employ stains for creative reflection, these four artists reflect how residue can create a metaphor for life’s experience.