SPRING 2017 EVENTS CALENDAR

Laurie Snyder

OPENING RECEPTIONS:

TH.02.02, 5-7pm: Opening Reception for Wake and Temper: Rhonda Vanover & Last Standing: Linn Underhill

TH.03.23, 5-7 p.m.: Opening Reception for Bright Speck: Desirée Holman, Anna Huff, Michelle Marie Murphy & Made to Move: African Nomadic Design

TH.04.27, 5-7 p.m.: Opening Reception for Corpus: 2017 Senior Student Show

 

ARTIST TALKS & CURATORIAL TOURS:

TH.02.09, 6 p.m.: Wake and Temper Artist Talk with Rhonda Vanover (Assistant Professor, Photography)

TH.02.23, 6 p.m.: Last Standing Artist Talk with Linn Underhill (Cosponsored with the Women and Gender Studies Program)

T.02.28, 6 p.m.:  Artist Talk with Martinez E-B (Sponsored by the Department of Art)

W.03.22, 6 p.m.: Bright Speck Artist Talk: Michelle Marie Murphy 

T.03.28, 12:15pm: Made to Move curatorial tour with Prof. Risham Majeed & students

T.03.28, 6 p.m.: Bright Speck Artist Talk: Desirée Holman

T.04.04, 5 p.m.: Bright Speck Artist Talk and Performance: Anna Huff

F.04.14, 4 p.m.: Made to Move Lecture: Amyas Naegele, "Moving House, collecting a traditional home in Northern Kenya for a modern museum" (Sponsored with the Department of Art History)

W.05.03, 5 p.m.: Corpus Senior Show tour: Geneva Bielenberg (’17) & Cat Tompkins (’17)

 

LECTURES, READINGS, & SCREENINGS:

 

T.02.07, 6 p.m.: Department of Writing Reading: Professor Augusto Luiz Facchini and students

TH.02.16, 6 p.m.: Film Screening: Gen Silent, directed by Stu Maddux (Cosponsored with the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services, and the Gerontology Institute)

T.02.21, 6 p.m.: Pre-Release Screening of documentary film Re:Thinking with local filmmaker Deborah C. Hoard of PhotoSynthesis Productions

TH.03.02, 6 p.m.: Department of Writing Reading featuring faculty and students

TH.03.30, 6 p.m.: Department of Art History Speaker: The Conditions of Being Art: Pat Hearn Gallery and American Fine Arts, Co. (1983-2004), Dr. Jeannine Tang, Bard College (Cosponsored with the Department of Art History & the Women and Gender Studies Program) 

T.04.04, 7 p.m.: Film Screening: We’re Just People

Produced by McKinleigh Lair (’19), Parita Desai (’19), & Casey McCracken (’19)

(Sponsored with the Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services)

TH.04.06, 5 p.m.: New Voices Literary Festival: Debbie Kuan, Chanelle Benz, and Bob Proehl

F.04.07, 5 p.m.: New Voices Literary Festival: Lauren Slaughter, Chaitali Sen, and Allen Gee

F.04.07, 6:30 p.m.: New Voices Literary Festival: On the Verge production of The Blameless written by Nick Gandiello, directed by Claire Gleitman

TH.04.13, 5:30 p.m.: Journeys: Modern Languages and Literatures Graduation Reception

T.04.18, 6 p.m.: Department of Art History Senior Symposium

TH.04.20, 6 p.m.: On the Verge production of The Changeling, written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, directed by Catherine Weidner

Tuesday, May 2, 6 p.m.: Department of Writing Reading: Professor Anthony Di Renzo and Andrei Guruianu read from and discuss their new book, Dead Reckoning: Transatlantic Passages on Europe and America

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CALENDAR NOTES:

All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Calendar subject to change. Check online for updated information: Ithaca.edu/handwerker or facebook.com/handwerkergallery

Gallery is closed on Tuesdays and the following dates for exhibition turnover: March 6-21; April 22-26. Amended hours May 8-20 for Finals & Commencement weeks.