Tweed Museum of Art Schedule
The exhibit, Body of Clay - Soul of Fire: Richard Bresnahan and
Art from the Saint Johns Pottery, will be on display through
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.
The Clayton, Jackson McGhie Memorial: Public
ArtCommunity Healing exhibit has been extended through April
The Annual UMD Art and Design Student Exhibition
will be presented through May 4. This annual juried exhibition
features the work of UMD Art and Design students in a variety of mediums.
An Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will take place at the Tweed
Museum of Art on Saturday, April 12 from 6 - 8 p.m.
For more information regarding exhibitions and
lectures, call Mary at the Tweed Museum of Art at 726-7823.
ART AND DESIGN LECTURE SERIES
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 and 27. For more information call 726-8444.
Painter, printmaker, and illustrator Patricia Canelake,
will give a presentation on Friday, March 28 at 10 a.m. in the
Tweed Lecture Gallery.
Christi Atkinson, director and visual arts curator for No Name Exhibition
at The Soap Factory, will speak at 2 p.m. on Thursday, April 3 in the
Tweed Lecture Gallery.
Janet Abrams, Director of the University of Minnesota
Design Institute, will speak at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 3 in
the Tweed Lecture Gallery.
For more information call Mary Rhodes at the Tweed Museum of Art at 726-7823.
UMD SPRING MUSIC SCHEDULE
A Gospel Concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday,
March 29 in the Weber Music Hall.
Faculty Artists: Ann Anderson, Betsy Husby, and
Jeanne Doty, will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 30 in the
Weber Music Hall.
Come to the Theatre! showcases opera
and musical theatre scenes at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 4 in the
Weber Music Hall. Scenes are staged by the Opera Studio and directed by
A faculty artist chamber recital, By Special
Request, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 5
in the Weber Music Hall. Hear chamber music selections performed by premiere
faculty chamber groups, including the UMD faculty brass ensemble, UMD
Piano Trio, and a unique trio featuring the combined sounds of trumpet,
violin and piano.
A Percussion Ensemble Concert will be held at 7:30
p.m. on Tuesday, April 8 in the Weber Music Hall.
All Jazz! UMDs four jazz combos
offer a range of jazz styles at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 9
in the Weber Music Hall.
Jazz Ensemble I & II recreate the memorable
music from the life and times of "the crooner," Frank Sinatra
in a Big Band Extravaganza at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 21 in
the Weber Music Hall.
Faculty artists Rachel Inselman, soprano; Jeanne
Doty, piano; and Theodore Schoen, clarinet, combine in an exciting tribute
to the art song literature of the musical past and present at 7:30 p.m.
on Monday, April 21 in the Weber Music Hall.
The Twin Cities based Zeitgeist performs contemporary
music at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25
in the Weber Music Hall.
The Weber Ovation Series brings the Turtle Island
Quartet and the Ying String Quartet, two dramatically different and internationally
acclaimed ensembles, to UMD at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 26
in the Weber Music Hall.
UMD's Concert Chorale & Chamber Orchestra presents
an afternoon of Baroque music at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 27 in
the Weber Music Hall.
Vocal Jazz Ensembles: Chill Factor and Lake Effect
will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 in theWeber Music
For more information contact the UMD Music Department at 726-8208.
The Philanthropist by Christopher Hampton will be performed March 23,
25 and 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Marshall Performing Arts Center.
In the play, two men listen to the dramatic reading of a playwrights
script. The playwright desires to prove the credibility of his storyline
by reenacting a scene, and everyones life changes.
For more information call the UMD Theatre Department at 726-8564.
MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING SEMINARS
Darrell Anderson presents Automation in Machining;
An Economic Analysis on March 24.
Ryan Rosandich presents Calculation of Uncertainty in Project Management
on March 31.
Philip Sayles, a UMD UROP student, presents Bio-Diesel Emissions
on April 7.
All lectures are held in 290 Engineering and begin at 4 p.m. For information
contact Tracy Shaw at 726-6161 or at email@example.com
What's in Store for Affirmative Action? A Panel Discussion on the
University of Michigan Case Before the Supreme Court will be presented
by Beth Bartlett, Deborah Petersen-Perlman, Tom Powers, and Pamela Parkinson
on Monday, March 24 at 4 p.m. in 120 Campus Center. The event is
sponsored by the Center for Ethics & Public Policy. For more information
contact Steve Vanderheiden at 726-7391.
AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURAL LECTURE
The American Indian Learning Resource Center welcomes Amelia LeGarde presenting
Ojibwe Winter Storytelling from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Tuesday,
March 25, in the Fourth Floor Library Rotunda. LeGarde is a member
of the Grand Portage Band of Chippewa and is a traditional Ojibwe storyteller.
UMD graduate and the executive director of the Duluth YWCA, Karen Diver
will speak about her journey as an American Indian woman on Thursday,
March 27, in the Fourth Floor Library Rotunda from 3- 5 p.m. Her
lecture is titled, A Few Potholes on the Road to Success.
URBAN STUDIES BROWN BAG SERIES
Meg Bye presents The Duluth Human Rights Office on March
26, and Chamber of Commerce President and C.E.O. David Ross presents
Building Our Community on April 16. The 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 more information
contact Judy Trolander at 726-8271.
ALWORTH INSTITUTE LECTURE
John Mearshimer presents Iraq: The Unnecessary Waron Thursday,
March 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Library Fourth Floor Rotunda. For
more information contact Cindy Christian at 726-8616.
William Bajjali, Department of Biology and Earth Sciences, UWS presents
Aspects of Environmental Isotope Chemistry in Thermal Groundwater:
Insight into Their Recharge History and Age Using Radioactive Carbon-14
on Thursday, March 27 at 4 p.m. in 185 Life Science.
For more information contact the Department of Geological Sciences at
ALWORTH INSTITUTE BROWN BAG SERIES
Robert Flagler, assistant professor for UMD's Achievement Center, presents
A Trip to Ukraine on Thursday, April 3 at noon in 314
Humanities. Flager will highlight the year he spent in the Ukraine while
teaching at Public School #9 and working for Bila Tserkva State Agrarian
University. For more information contact Cindy Christian at 726-9616.
End of Life Care Issues will be presented at 7:30 p.m. on
April 8 in 142 School of Medicine. The lecture is free, and open
to the public. For information contact Janet Fitzakerley at 726-7012 or
The Department of Chemistry presents the Fifth Annual Undergraduate Symposium
on April 11 and 12, in the Kirby Ballroom. Senior students majoring
in Chemistry or Biochemistry and Molecular Biology will present research.
Marion Thurnauer, Director of the Chemistry Division of Argonne National
Laboratories, will present the opening lecture. For information contact
Joanne M. Ellis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MANAGEMENT OF RIGHT HEMISPHERE DISCOURSE DEFICITS
The Edwin H. Eddy Lecture Series will be held April 4 from 5 -
7:45 p.m. and April 5 from 8:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. in 175 Life Science.
The series features Penelope S. Meyers, a well-recognized expert in the
area of communication disorders associated with right hemisphere damage
(RHD). Over the past 20 yearss Meyers has conducted research, worked clinically,
and lectured nationally and internationally. She 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 email@example.com
BALANCING CLARITY AND POLITENESS IN INTERACTIONS
Jo Mackiewicz, Department of Composition presents Balancing Clarity
and Politeness in Interactions about Writing on Friday, April
25 at noon in 25 Campus Center. People who work with writers must
negotiate two, often conflicting demands, being clear in what they say
and being polite in order to create and maintain good working relationships
with writers. Writing tutors and editors must mitigate criticismwith politeness
in order to construct and maintain relationships that work and benefit
everyone involved. In this talk, Mackiewicz examines some frustrations
and fears that writers bring to interactions about their writing emotions
that can greatly affect the extent to which good working relationships
will be constructed and maintained. This is a presentation of research
supported by a McKnight Fellowship and Faculty Summer Research Grant.
The lecture is open to the public and refreshments will be served. For
more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
SMAWK Saturday Morning Art Workshops
A SMAWK session will be held on April 26 and May 3 from
10 a.m. - noon. SMAWK 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
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NCAA FROZEN FOUR: WOMENS HOCKEY
Only a few tickets for the 2003 NCAA Womens Frozen Four remain.
All-session passes are $25 for adults and $20 for children and students.
Tickets can be purchased by phone at 726-8595. The
four-time 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.
WOMEN'S RESOURCE AND ACTION CENTER SPRING PROGRAM SERIES
The Womens Resource and Action Center and the Department of Womens
Studies present additional Spring 2003 programming:
Feminism in the Twin Ports, with Tina Welsh, will be presented
at noon on Monday, March 24 in 355-57 Kirby.
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 355-57 Kirby.
Geography on Masculinist Construction of Germany in the Love Parade,
with Olaf Kuhlke, will be presented at noon on Monday, April 14
in 355-57 Kirby.
Women ROCK!! History of Women in Mountaineering, with Kajia
Webster, will be presented at noon on Monday, April 21 in 355-57
Painting the Piano: Norwegian Sisters, 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 355-57 Kirby.
For more information contact the Womens Resource and Action Center
726-6292 or 726-8444.
ISLAMIC HISTORY DAY
The History of Palestine will be presented on March 26
at 7 p.m. in 175 Life Science. A 30-minute video on the history of Palestine
and Israel will be shown, followed by a panel discussion.
Islamic History Day is a program of the Islamic History Society, an organization
established in 1998. This is an organization dedicated to promote and
advance general interest, knowledge, and scholarship in the history and
civilization of Islam and Muslim societies. The speakers will be Gary
Gordon, associate professor, exercise psychology, at St. Scholastica and
Rabbinical Aid at Temple Israel, Khalil Dokhanchi, professor and chairman
of political science at UWS, Priscilla Starrat, professor and chairman
of history, politics and society at UWS, and Rosemary Stanfield-Johnson,
professor of history at UMD. The moderator will be Jack Kemp, retired
senior minister, Pilgrim Congregational Church
For more information contact Arshia Khan at 726-8624.
The Latino/Chicana Student Association will host a Salsa Dance from 7-11
p.m. on March 28 in the Kirby Ballroom. For more information
e-mail Brad Pederson at email@example.com
RECREATIONAL AND OUTDOOR SPORTS SPRING ACTIVITIES
Learn about Great Lakes Surfing on Tuesday, April 1 from 7- 8:30
p.m. Join some of Duluth's finest surf community as they present Surfing
the Great Lakes, with video, surf-style food, music, pictures, and
advice. Duluth-built surfboards made especially for Superior will be on
display, plus surfing apparel. Learn about the appropriate gear needed
for surfing the lakes, wave forecasts, great surf locations, and how to
shape your own surf board! Registration is limited. Meet in 119 SpHC.
Paddle the historically rich Bois Brule River in
northern Wisconsin from 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 12. While
paddling, learn the geologic past and rich Voyageur history of this beautiful
world-renowned river. Meet in the SpHC lobby.
Spring Fun and Adventure Day Camp will be held from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. April
14 - 17, for students grades 1- 4. The camp mission is to provide
a variety of activities to stimulate the mind, body, and spirit including
indoor rock climbing, swimming, ice activities and more. Registration
For more information or registration call Recreational Sports and Outdoor
Programs at 726-6533 or visit www.umdoutdoorprogram.org.
BAEUMLER-KAPLAN HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL
Lisa Lampert of UCSD presents the Fourth Annual
Jankofsky Lecture in Medieval/Renaissance Studies titled Medieval
Judaism at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 4 in the Library Rotunda.
Her presentation will cover questions of race, anti-Semitism, periodicity
and international relations theory.
Louis Malle's 1987 film, Au Revoir Les Enfants,
will be shown at 7 p.m. on Sunday, April 6 in Bohannon 90. A panel
discussion will follow the film.
Keynote speaker Robert Krell presents Personalizing the Theoretical:
A Hidden Child's Perspective for the annual Baeumler-Kaplan Holocaust
Commemoration at 4:30 p.m. on April 7 in the Kirby Ballroom. Krell is
a professor emeritus in the department of psychiatry at the University
of British Columbia. Krell will present a personal account of hiding from
the Nazis as a child during World War II.
Krell will address UMD medical students, at noon
on Tuesday, April 8 in room 130 Medical School. Throughout his
career, Krell has utilized Holocaust examples and experiences to train
medical students regarding post-traumatic stress. When making presentations
of this kind, he addresses psychiatric issues which have grown out of
the Holocaust experience.
Alexis Pogorelskin of UMD's History Department,
and Patty Salo Downs, development director for the Colleges of Liberal
Arts and Education and Human Services Professions, will present a brown
bag lecture on Thursday, April 10 in the Tweed Lecture Gallery,
entitled A Holocaust Journey: Germany Today and Yesterday.
The lecture is based on their trip to Germany and is part of the Alworth
International Brown Bag Series.
There will be a dinner honoring composer Allan Friedman on Friday, April
11 at 5:30 p.m. at Temple Israel. Originally
from Duluth, Friedman earned his BA in music at Duke University, he also
studied at the University of Natal, Durban in South Africa. He received
his Masters Degree in Musicology from the University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill. Currently he is in his second year of the Boston University
Doctor of Musical Arts program in choral conducting. Call Temple Israel
at 724-8857 for reservations no later than April 4.
Ann Howard Jones, of Boston University, will interact with the UMD and
UWS student chapters of American Choral Directors Association on Saturday,
April 12 at UMD.
The Minnesota debut of Allan Friedman's cantata,
entitled With Perfect Faith, will be directed by UMD's Stanley
Wold and performed by UMD Chamber Singers, featuring Rachel Inselmann,
at 3 p.m. on April 13 in the Weber Music Hall.
For more information about the Baeumler-Kaplan Memorial Events visit http://www.d.umn.edu/cla/holocaust/
or contact Patty at 726-7833
Guided tours are offered at Glensheen from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Friday,
Saturday and Sunday through April. Call 726-8910 or toll-free: 888-454-GLEN
(4536) for more information.
Welcome the start of a new season with a Spring Brunch and Teas at Glensheen,
the Historic Congdon Estate.
On Sunday, March 23, enjoy a tour through Glensheen's elegant turn-of-the-century
mansion before settling down in the recreation room for a buffet prepared
by The Exchange. The tour start sat 10 a.m. with brunch at 11 a.m.
Tuesday Teas will be offered from 4 to 6 p.m. on April 1 and April
Pre-paid reservations are required. Call Glensheen at 726-8910 to make
your reservation today.
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