Through March 23
Mandeville Gallery, Nott Memorial
Recent Work: Sculpture & Drawings
A Union College
Faculty Exhibition by Chris Duncan
Through March 24
Arts Atrium Gallery
Time and Youth, photographs by Knut
Hybinette examine the aging process and the individuals' stories.
March 27 through May
Mandeville Gallery at the Nott Memorial
Luo Brothers: Welcome the World Famous
Three Chinese brothers/artists “combine cultural revolution imagery with
world-wide consumer culture icons in lacquer paintings of extraordinary
color-intensity and saturation.”
Through March 28
SSFLAG Gallery, Social Science
Exhibit of quilts by Linda O'Connor and Barbara Mellinger
Saturday, March 15, 8 p.m.
Violinist Midori in her Capital Region recital debut with pianist Robert
McDonald. Presented by the Union College chamber concert series.
Tickets: $25 general admission; $10 students. Information: 372-3651 or
Monday, March 17
Upperclass Dining Hall
St. Patrick's Day lunch
Saturday, March 22, 8 p.m.
Flanders Quartet & Friends. Presented by the Union College chamber concert series. Tickets: $20
general admission; $8 students. Information: 372-3651 or
Wednesday, April 2, 10 p.m.
Robinson: Comedy Kick-Off!
Friday, April 4, 5:30 p.m.
Old Chapel circle
A trip to the Albany Attack game
Friday, April 4, 7 p.m.
Friday, April 4, 8 p.m.
Dubravka Tomsic, pianist. Presented by the Union College chamber concert series.
Tickets information call 372-3651 or 388-6098
Friday, April 4 to Monday, April 7, 9 p.m.
Reamer Campus Center Auditorium
Movie: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
( 3 hrs. — one showing only).
Michelle Chilcoat, assistant professor
of French, has been invited to speak at Colby
College's Women's, Gender, and
Sexuality Studies Program Colloquium on April 3. The title of her presentation
is “Necrophilia, Nasty Women and Isabelle Eberhardt's Colonial Problem.” An
article related to this research, “Anticolonialism and Misogyny in the Writings
of Isabelle Eberhardt,” has been accepted for publication in The French Review.
Hilary Tann, professor of music, recently
represented women composers on International Women's Day at the University
of Wisconsin — Madison.
Two of her choral works and six chamber works were performed in three concerts.
Included in the visit was a lecture at UWM and a radio
broadcast preceding the Festival Choir of Madison concert.
This is the last Chronicle of the winter term. Publication
will resume on April 4.