Tweed Museum of Art Schedule
Fritz Scholder's work, "Fritz Scholder: Last Portraits"
will be displayed in the Tweed Museum of Art through January 13.
"Neil Welliver: The Prints" will be on display
through January 13. In cooperation with Alexandre Fine Art, New York,
the Tweed Museum of Art presents an exhibition of fifty large-scale woodcuts
by one of the country's most respected landscape artists.
"Here by Design/Made in Minnesota" opens January
22. Part of this exhibition features the project Here by Design, an exhibit
and publication developed by Lindsay Shen and James Boyd-Brent for the
Goldstein Gallery, U of M Department of Design, Housing and Apparel, which
displays the unique products of a variety of Minnesota designers, from
beadwork to architecture and graphic design. The Here by Design exhibit
and catalogue on the Twin Cities campus was funded by The Design Institute
of the University of Minnesota.
An additional exhibition
component, developed by the Tweed Museum of Art, focuses on the design
process itself, exploring the way in which an idea is developed into a
finished product, by presenting the work of five Duluth area designers
and manufacturers: Cirrus Design Corporation; Vulpine Adaptive; UMD's
Natural Resources Research Institute; Damberg, Scott, Gerzina, Wagner
Architects Inc.; and LHB Engineers and Architects.
Exhibition events include:a reception, a lecture and
a family day. An open reception and round table discussion moderated by
Catherine Ishino and Robert Appleton will be held from 6 - 8 pm on February
A lecture by Lindsay Shen
and James Boyd-Brent will be held at 6 pm on February 26.
"Design It! Family Day" will be held from
1 - 4 pm on March 9.
For more information regarding
the exhibitions and lectures mentioned above, call Mary at the Tweed Museum
of Art at 726-7823.
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Joseph Maiolo will be doing his reading of Truman Capotes
A Christmas Memory at 4:30 pm on December 19 in the Kirby
Rafters. Refreshments will be served.
CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON-LINE
Center for Economic Development will be previewing its Virtual Center
Training Classroom in December. Experience this real-time training with
live audio, from your own desktop.
#841, Computerized Bookeeping (QuickBooks 2001), will be offered from
10 am - noon on December 17, with instructor Curt Walczak.
#840, Basics of Developing Presentations (Microsoft PowerPoint 2000);
will be offered from 10 am - noon on December 18, with instructor Cindy
may register on-line at the website by going to: https://www.umdced.com/secure_pages/eventnumber.asp;
Enter the event number and all information with the blue asterisk. For
card number and expiration date enter 0 (not o). Submit Request. You will
receive an immediate confirmation and within a few days, your electronic
UMDCED is using state-of-the-art technology to provide this Virtual Training
Classroom experience. Please pre-test your hardware and software by going
to our Virtual Classroom at http://www.umdced.com/virtualcenter/classroom.html.
ALWORTH INSTITUTE INT'L BROWN BAG SERIES
first presentation in the Spring 2002 Alworth Institute International
Brown Bag Series will be held at noon on January 31, in Kirby Ballroom
A. Deborah Good, Study Abroad Advisor for the International Education
Office of UMD, will show slides and discuss "A Spanish Learning Experience."
In November 2000, Good joined nine other study abroad advisors from universities
across the U.S. for site visits of Spanish academic international programs.
The groups visited Salamanca, Seville, Granada, Toledo and Madrid. They
toured educational institutions and museums as well as cultural and historical
Planetarium shows will be offered every Wednesday,
at 7 pm in 130 Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium. For more information contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or 726-7129.
UNIVERSITY FOR SENIORS
University for Seniors lectures are held on Wednesday
afternoons. Questions and discussion follow each 45-minute lecture.
"What's Happening in the Duluth/Superior Port"
will be held at 1:15 pm on January 9 in the Kirby Bullpub. Lisa Marciniak,
Public Relations Manager at the Duluth/Superior Port Authority, will talk
about the local shipping industry and the role that the Port Authority
plays in promoting it.
"This is One Reason We Can't Break the Cycle of
Poverty" will be held at 1:15 pm and January 23 in the Kirby Bullpub.
Lynn Frigaard, executive director of ARC Northland, will speak on fetal
alcohol syndrome, its effects and its impact on our own society.
"Bell, Book and Casino: Indian Education and Gaming
in the 21st Century" will be held at 1:15 pm on February 27. Robert
Powless, retired UMD Professor and former chair of Indian Studies, will
talk about the ups and downs of the education of the American Indian people
and take a look at the effects of gaming on the American Indians' lives,
NEW YEAR'S EVE FINE DINING
Kick-off the holidays or celebrate the New Year
at Glensheen! New Year's Eve dinner courses are prepared by the Exchange
and served in Glensheen's formal dining room on December 31 at 4:30 pm.
Call 218-726 8910 or toll-free: 888-454-GLEN (4536) for more information.
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