March 4, 2003, Volume 20 number 12
The Clayton, Jackson McGhie Memorial: Public ArtCommunity Healing, will be exhibited through March 16. The exhibit will include models, tools, and drawings produced by artist and designer, Carla Stetson for the Clayton, Jackson, McGhie Memorial. The purpose of the memorial is to commemorate the lives of three young, African-American men who were lynched in 1920, in Duluth. The memorial will be located on the corner of Second Avenue East and First Street, near the scene of the lynching. Along with Stetsons bronze sculptures, sixteen quotes will be included on the memorial. Twin Cities author, Anthony Peyton Porter, gathered these quotes, which will also be included in the exhibit. The Clayton, Jackson, McGhie Memorial project is spearheaded by the CJMM Committee, made up of Duluth community members in collaboration with the City of Duluth, the Duluth Public Arts Commission, and Minnesota Historical Society. Due to the sensitive nature of this exhibit, viewer discretion is advised.
The exhibit Body of Clay - Soul of Fire: Richard Bresnahan and Art from the Saint Johns Pottery will be on exhibit through March 23. The exhibition is accompanied by the recently released 230-page book Body of Clay, Soul of Fire: Richard Bresnahan and the Saint Johns Pottery, written by Matthew Welch.
A photographic exhibition Road Work by photographer Suzanne E. Szucs will be presented through March 23. The exhibition will feature three bodies of work, Deer Project, Fort Centennial, and Recent Invitations to Religion, each revealing hidden narratives in the landscape.
For more information regarding exhibitions and lectures, call Mary at the Tweed Museum of Art at 726-7823.
ART AND DESIGN LECTURE SERIES
Photographer Stephanie Kays will give a presentation on Thursday, March 13 at 2 p.m.
The film, Frida, will be shown in the Tweed Lecture Gallery at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 25 and at noon on March 26 - 27. For more information call 726-8444.
Painter, printmaker, and drawer Patricia Canelake will give a presentation on Friday, March 28 at 10 a.m. in the Tweed Lecture Gallery.
For more information regarding lectures, call Mary
Rhodes at the Tweed Museum of Art at 726-7823.
UMD SPRING MUSIC SCHEDULE
A Junior High School Honor Band Festival Concert will be held on Thursday, March 6 at 3:30 p.m. in the Marshall Performing Arts Center.
Ovation Series: T.S. Monk Sextet, will perform in the Weber Music Hall on Friday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. Jazz Drummer T.S. Monk has been hailed as his fathers musical heir. Purchase tickets in advance.
The Head of the Lakes Jazz Festival, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on March 8 in the Marshall Performing Arts Center.
A Choral Concert will be held at 3 p.m. on March 9, Weber Music Hall.
UMD Symphony Orchestra will perform at 7:30 p.m. on March 11 in the Weber Music Hall.
A Gospel Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. on March 29 in the Weber Music Hall.
Faculty Artists: Ann Anderson, Betsy Husby, Jeanne Doty, will perform at 3 p.m., March 30 in the Weber Music Hall.
For more information or to reserve tickets call the UMD theatre office at 726-8561.
ALWORTH INSTITUTE BROWN BAG SERIES
Marta Lizarralde, a biologist and researcher at the Austral Center for Scientific Research in Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, will present Tierra del Fuego: An Interesting Place on the End of the World at noon on Thursday, March 13 in Humanities 314. She will discuss landscape, biodiversity, tourism and history of the southernmost part of the world.
For information contact Cindy M. Christian at 726-8616.
SIGURD OLSON LECTURE SERIES
STORIES IN THE CLASSROOM
Prepare to laugh and learn with Mweti as he tells
African stories, some of which the audience will help dramatize. Wearing
traditional Kenyan clothing and using genuine African artifacts, he tells
stories revolving around themes of love, peace, unity, reconciliation,
and respect for others.
Kim Smith and Jill Flater, UMD Department of Geological Sciences present Iceland on Thursday, March 13.
All lectures are at 4 p.m. in 185 Life Science. For more information contact the Department of Geological Sciences at 726-8385.
MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SEMINARS
Richard Lindeke presents CMM Using D-H Modeling on March 10.
Darrell Anderson presents Automation in Machining; An Economic Analysis on March 24.
Ryan Rosandich presents Calculation of Uncertainty in Project Management on March 31.
All lectures are held in 458 Humanities and begin at 4 p.m. For information contact Tracy Shaw at 726-6161 or at email@example.com
URBAN STUDIES BROWN BAG SERIES
All sessions are from noon -1 p.m. in 323 Kirby. Cookies or fruit pizza and coffee will be served. The Urban Studies Brown Bag series is sponsored by the Urban Studies program and the Center for Community and Regional Research. For information contact Judy Trolander at 726-8271.
DIS-ABILITY AWARENESS WORKSHOP
URBAN STUDIES BROWN BAG SERIES
ALWORTH INSTITUTE LECTURE
MANAGEMENT OF RIGHT HEMISPHERE DISCOURSE DEFICITS
Over the past 20 years she has conducted research, worked clinically, lectured nationally and internationally, and authored numerous articles and chapters on communication deficits in RHD patients, including a book entitled, Right Hemisphere Damage: Disorders of Communication and Cognition (Singular/Thompson, 1999). She was a research associate in the Department of Neurology, Division of Speech Pathology at Mayo Clinic for many years, and is an editorial consultant for a number of journals. Contact Michelle Tessier at 726-7974 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Marion Thurnauer, Director of the Chemistry Division of Argonne National Laboratories, will present the opening lecture. For information contact Joanne M. Ellis at email@example.com.
SMAWK Saturday Morning Art Workshops
This SMAWK session is designed to offer children an age-appropriate, museum-based, fine-arts experience. Children will spend time looking at and talking about art. In addition, through drawing, painting, sculpture, or mixed media, children will explore the basics of two dimensional and three dimensional art making.
For more information contact Susan Hudec at 726-8527 or Mary Rhodes at 726-7823.
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STUDENT LOBBY DAY
WOMEN'S RESOURCE AND ACTION CENTER SPRING PROGRAM SERIES
Hearing the Voices of Women from Nicaragua with Lynn Clark Pegg will be presented at noon on Thursday, March 6 in the Tweed Museum Lecture Gallery.
Feminism in the Twin Ports: The History of Chester Creek House will be presented at noon on Monday, March 10 in Kirby 355-57.
Safety on Spring Brake will be presented at noon on Monday, March 12 in Kirby 333.
Feminism in the Twin Ports with Tina Welsh will be presented at noon on Monday, March 24 in Kirby 355-57.
Feminism in the Twin Ports: NOW and then...is Activism a Lost Art? with Joyce Benson will be presented at noon on Monday, March 31 in Kirby 355-57.
Geography on Masculinist Construction of Germany in the Love Parade with Olaf Kuhlke at noon on Monday, April 14 in Kirby 355-57.
Women ROCK!! History of Women in Mountaineer with Kajia Webster will be presented at noon on Monday, April 21 in Kirby 355-57.
Painting the Piano: Norwegian Sister Harriet Backer and Agathe Backer Grondahl with Alison Aune and Jeanne Doty will be presented at noon on Wednesday, April 23 in the Tweed Museum Lecture Gallery.
Communication, Womens Experiences with Abusive Communication in Organizations with Diane Sloan will be presented at noon on Monday, April 28 in Kirby 355-57.
For more information please contact the Womens Resource and Action Center 726-6292 or 726-8444.
SIXTH ANNUAL GEAR SWAP
For more information contact Amber at 726-7178 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURAL LECTURE
HIGH ALTITUDE SICKNESS
RECREATIONAL AND OUTDOOR SPORTS WINTER AND SPRING
Take your climbing skills to the next level at
this hands-on workshop from 6 - 9 p.m on Thursday, March 13. Experienced
instructors will help teach movement and training techniques to improve
your performance on the rock.
First through fourth graders are invited to have fun over winter and spring breaks with various indoor and outdoor sports. The camp will be held April 14 - 17 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Find some sun and get a jump on the season with hiking, biking, and exploring in the Canyon lands near Moab, Utah from March 14- 23. Part of the time will be spent base camping then hiking/biking without the burden of packs. The other part will be a short overnight backpack to get into the wild. Beginners are welcome on this trip.
Join the Outdoor Program from March 14- 23 for a trip to the Buffalo River. Experience the thrills of the rapids, the beauty of the biology and geology, and learn about the history of the area. Basic canoeing skills needed.
For more information on any of the events listed call Recreational Sports and Outdoor Programs at 726-6533, 726-7128 or visit www.umdoutdoorprogram.org.
NCAA FROZEN FOUR: WOMENS HOCKEY
The four-team national womens ice hockey championship is scheduled for March 21 and March 23 at the 5,333-seat Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC). UMD captured the first two Womens Frozen Four titles. The inaugural event was held in Minneapolis in March of 2001 as the Bulldogs took a 4-2 decision from St. Lawrence University in the national final. Last season, UMD defeated Brown University, 3-2, in Durham, NH. The 2003 Frozen Four will mark the third time UMD has been awarded an NCAA national event. UMD hosted the NCAA Division I Mens Ice Hockey Championships in both 1968 and 1981.
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