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Events for: #TalksAndARts

September 2017
Fri Sep 1

Lunch Box Music at M2: Kerry Jennings, tenor, and Amanda Hopson, piano

Add to Calendar12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: School of Music Music on the Square
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Duzer Du Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega Presents "The Taming of the Shrew"

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 10:05 pm

Shakespeare's play performed by DePauw students in Theta Garden, across Locust Street from the Pulliam CCM.  Free and open to the public.  #TalksAndArts  #StudentLife

Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Tue Sep 5

Chemistry Seminar: Job Candidate

Add to Calendar11:35 am – 12:35 pm

#ChemistrySeminar

#TalksAndArts

#NaturalSciences

Location: Julian 374
Organization: Chemistry
Organizer: Giles, Mary

Master Class: Ann DuHamel, guest pianist

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Wed Sep 6

Faculty Teaching Forum: Patricia Palmerton (Hamline University), "Difficult Classroom Interactions: Managing Diverse Perspectives"

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

#TalksAndArts #FacultyDevelopment

Location: Hoover Hall Daseke Dining Room
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

Kelly Writers Series presents: Randall Horton

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Randall Horton, author of Hookand winner of the GLCA PrizeRandall Horton is an assistant professor of English at the University of New Haven in Connecticut and the author of The Definition of Place (2006) and The Lingua Franca of Ninth Street (2009) and Hook (Augury Books 2015). He is the recipient of the Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Award, the Bea González Poetry Award, and a National Endowment of the Arts Literature Fellowship. His creative and critical work has appeared in the print journals Callaloo, Sou’wester, Caduceus, New Haven Review, and the online journal The Offending Adam. Horton is a fellow of Cave Canem and a member of the Affrilachian Poets, two organizations that support African American poetry; and a member of the Symphony: The House That Etheridge Built, a reading collective named for the poet Etheridge Knight.   (Bio from the Poetry Foundation Website)  #TalksAndArts

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: English
Organizer: Weltz, Annie Harris

Fri Sep 8

Faculty Select Series: Tarn Travers, violin

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

An evening centered around preludes and fugues for solo violin! This program will include the Bach C Major Adagio and Fugue, the Grave and Fugato from Eugène Ysaÿe's Sonata No. 1 for Solo Violin, and New York based composer Philip Wharton's work for solo violin titled "One," featuring its own prelude and fugue inspired by the writing of Bach and Ysaÿe, as well as movements inspired by the solo violin writing of Béla Bartók and Nicolo Paganini.  #TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Mon Sep 11

From Refugees to Reformation: The Backstory to the Ninety-Five Theses

Add to Calendar8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Could a refugee crisis really have helped fire the Reformation? This lecture will explore some of the back story to the famous Ninety-Five Theses and ask just that question. How did the Fall of Constantinople end up affecting a bible professor in Wittenberg Germany 60 years later?

Dr. David Whitford, M.Div., of Baylor University's Department of Religion researches and writes about the social, cultural, and political impact of the European Reformations of the sixteenth century. In 2009, he authored a book on the ways in which the Bible was used to support the Transatlantic slave trade, The Curse of Ham in the Early Modern Era: The Bible and Justifications for Slavery. He continues to be interested in the ways in which the Bible was used and interpreted in the Early Modern Era. In 2015, he authored an introduction to the Reformation aimed at a more general audience, A Reformation Life.

This event is free and open to the public.

#TalksAndArts

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: History
Organizer: Sutherlin, Hope Ann

Thu Sep 14

McDermond Center Speaker Series: Stewart Lumsden '91

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Stewart Lumsden '91

Consultant

Spencer Stuart

Free and open to the public

RSVP to Sandy Smith swsmith@depauw.edu (pizza served after the lecture)

#McDermondCenter  #TalksAndArts

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

News Verification Workshop

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Nichols-Pethick, Jonathan D Communication and Thea

Young Philosophers

Add to Calendar4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

The Young Philosopher Lecture Series:4:30 - 4:55 p.m. - "How can I convince you that you should care about other people?" by Dr. Kenneth Boyd5 - 5:25 p.m. - "How We Know Things" by Dr. Matthew Duncan5:30 - 5:55 p.m. - "Birth, Death and the Inbetween" by Dr. Diana Heney6- 6:25 p.m. - "The Ethics of Low-Probability Risk" by Dr. Christian TarsneyA reception for the Young Philosophers will follow the talks.   #TalksAndArts

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics
Organizer: Welker, Tonya Y Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics

Community Drum Circle

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Starting its 7th year, the community drum circle is an opportunity to share rhythm, meditation, and healing through the frame drum. The circle is a mix of drumming, singing, reflection, intention, and it welcomes all! No experience necessary.  #TalksAndArts  #Wellness

Location: Nature Park Reflection Center Great Room
Organization: Academic Life
Organizer: Miranda, Julianne M

PCCM presents "Fake News, Real Consequences," a talk by Craig Silverman (Media Editor at BuzzFeed)

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 9:45 pm

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Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Media Fellows
Organizer: Nichols-Pethick, Jonathan D Communication and Thea

Faculty Select Series: Andrew Parr, piano

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Sun Sep 17

DePauw University Orchestra

Add to Calendar3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Tue Sep 19

Guest Concert: Hector Olivera, organ

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

DePauw University is honored to present the renowned Argentinian organist Maestro Hector Olivera, one of the most sought after international concert organists in the world. In 1996, in celebration of the Olympic games, Olivera gave a solo concert at Spivey Hall, Atlanta, for which he received multiple standing ovations. The Atlanta Journal Constitution wrote: “Olivera swept the audience with absolute Olympic virtuosity, and that still doesn’t say it....Hector Olivera is in a class by himself.” All are welcome to attend this unique, free performance on the Green Center's J. Stanford Smith Concert Organ in Kresge Auditorium. No tickets needed.#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Wed Sep 20

Faculty Scholarly and Artistic Forum: Salil Benegal (Political Science), "Partisan polarization and misinformation about climate change"

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 1:00 pm

#TalksAndArts #FacultyDevelopment

Location: Olin Building Aud 123
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

Annual Science Research and Practicum Poster Session

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Annual Science Research Poster Session will be held from 4:00-6:00 pm in the Percy Lavon Julian Science/Math Center Atrium. All and any student(s) who conducted research either during Summer 2017 or during the academic year ('16-'17) are welcome to submit a title and abstract and present their work during this Celebration of Science annual event.  Also included in the session are the junior year Practicum Posters from the Enviromental Fellows Students. This event is free and open to everyone. Refreshments will be served. Contact scifellows@depauw.edu if you would like more information or would like to submit an abstract to reserve your spot in the session.  #TalksAndArts

Location: Julian Atrium
Organization: Science Research Fellow Program
Organizer: Pigg, Tavia S

Mariposas Sin Fronteras/Border Studies Program

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Mariposas Sin Fronteras, Tucson, Arizona

Speaker

Karolina Lopez: Karolina López is a transgender woman who was held in custody at a detention center for immigrants in Eloy, Arizona for three years, where she suffered discrimination and sexual abuse on account of her gender identity. Three years after leaving detention and winning her asylum case, Karolina has become a leader in the LGBTQ movement of undocumented people and has defended the rights of LGBTQ people detained in immigration detention.  Karolina, an organizer with Mariposas sin Fronteras, migrated to the United States from Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico, where she was born. Forced to leave her home and family due to sexual orientation and gender identity, Karolina migrated to the Unites States fleeing homophobia and transphobia. When Karolina arrived in the Unites States she found an often-hostile, dangerous reality similar to the one she left. After being a victim of a violent crime in 2009, Karolina found herself trapped by the immigration system where she experienced a series of human rights abuses.  Karolina’s presentation will tell the story of her lived, migrant experience. Students will learn about gender identity and transphobia, the challenges and limitations immigrants experience when applying for asylum, the environments inside immigration detention centers, and the power of community organizing.

 

The event is free and open to the public.  #TalksAndArts

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: History
Organizer: Kuecker, Glen D History

[DREAMing Together series & Latinx Heritage Month] "No Le Digas a Nadie - Don't Tell Anyone" Film Screening & Discussion

Add to Calendar6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

DePauw University enthusiastically announces a screening of "Don't Tell Anyone - No Le Digas A Nadie" and discussion following the film as an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and community members to learn more about the experiences of undocumented and DACA students, as well as the systemic issues our nation with which our nation must grapple. This event is a part of the DePauw University Center for Diversity and Inclusion's DREAMing Together Series & Latinx Heritage Month.

This event is co-sponsored by POV.org. View details about the film and a trailer at: http://www.pbs.org/pov/donttellanyone/film-description/

#donttellanyonepov #TalksAndArts

 

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: Intercultural Life
Organizer: Frame, Aliza Marie

Thu Sep 21

Before Brown: The Lemon Grove Incident Film

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Before Brown vs The Board of Education, The Lemon Grove Incident was the first successful desegregation case in the United States.  

 

This event is free and open to the public.  #TalksAndArts

Location: Olin Building Aud 123
Organization: Multicultural + International Life
Organizer: Bowman, Alesha L

Artist Jiha Moon on "Double Welcome, Most Everyone's Mad Here," now on show in Peeler

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

Free and open to the public, join us on 9/21 at 4:15pm in the Peeler Auditorium to hear Jiha discuss her work in the exhibition Jiha Moon:  Double Welcome, Most Everyone's Mad Here.

#TalksAndArts #DePauwArt #Community #PeelerArtExhibit

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

Community Drum Circle

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

In its 5th year, the community drum circle welcomes all! No experience necessary. #TalksAndArts  #Wellness

Location: Nature Park Reflection Center Great Room
Organization: Academic Life
Organizer: Miranda, Julianne M

Fri Sep 22

Friday Afternoon Faculty Seminar: Pauline Ota (Art History), "Vision, Cognition, and Representation in Maruyama Okyo's Cityscapes of Kyoto"

Add to Calendar4:05 pm – 5:55 pm

#TalksAndArts #FacultyDevelopment #Humanities

Location: Hoover Hall Wallace-Stewart Commons
Organization: Academic Affairs Dept
Organizer: Dayhuff, Ashley Michelle

Sat Sep 23

School of Music Family Weekend Gala Concert

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Join DePauw School of Music faculty, staff and students in celebrating the start of a new year! Our inaugural Family Weekend Fall Gala will feature performances by all of the University’s major student ensembles — band, choirs, jazz ensemble and orchestra. Closing the evening program will be George Gershwin’s eloquent Rhapsody in Blue performed by the University Orchestra with faculty pianist May Phang. Come enjoy a musical sampler of what the School has to offer this season!#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Tue Sep 26

Women In Economics & Business Speaker- Meggie Dials '03

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Women in Economics and Business

Meggie Dials '03

Regional Vice President of Sales

Salesforce Marketing Cloud

#McDermondCenter #TalksAndArts

Location: Union Building 230A
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

Women In Economics & Business Speaker- Meggie Dials '03

Add to Calendar11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Women in Economics and Business

Meggie Dials '03

Regional Vice President of Sales

Salesforce Marketing Cloud

#McDermondCenter #TalksAndArts

Location: Union Building 230B
Organization: Ctr for Managmnt + Entrepreneurship
Organizer: Smith, Sandra Beth

School of Music and Film Studies present the film "The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble"

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moving, hopeful and alive--blending performance footage, personal interviews and archival film, director Morgan Neville and producer Caitrin Rogers focus on the journeys of a small group of Silk Road Ensemble mainstays (including Yo-Yo Ma) from across the globe to create an intensely personal chronicle of passion, talent and sacrifice. Through these moving individual stories, the filmmakers paint a vivid portrait of a bold musical experiment and a global search for the ties that bind.  #TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: Film Studies
Organizer: White, Mary Christine

Wed Sep 27

DePauw Dialogue 4.0

Add to Calendar8:30 am – 4:30 pm

All day, all over campus, for all of us, starting at 9 am in the Lilly Center (with doors opening at 8:30 am).  Let's have good dialogue with each other!  Formal programs end at 3:15 but hangout spaces will be open across campus for continuing conversation.  And fitness classes plus other cool stuff (drums, meditation, Zumba, yoga) will meet after the formal day's activities end.  #TalksAndArts #SkillsAndFutures  #Wellness

Organizer: Nightenhelser, Keith E Convocations

Singer-songwriter concert by Rachel Sermanni.

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Concert by Scottish singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni.  #TalksAndArts  #PreOrPostDDialogue

Location: GCPA Thompson
Organization: Performing Arts
Organizer: Dye, Ronald L English

Thu Sep 28

Pulliam Center presents Sara Quinn, President, Society for News Design, "Eye Tracking the News: How people navigate news in print and online."

Add to Calendar4:00 pm – 4:55 pm

#TalksandArts #PulliamCtr.  This event is free and open to the public.

Location: Pulliam CCM Watson
Organization: Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media
Organizer: Cherry, Amy B Pulliam Ctr for Contemporary Media

Tibetan Art: A Gallery Talk with Bruce Walker '53

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

Bruce Walker graduated from DePauw in 1953.  after two years in the Marine Corps, he became a case officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (1956-1973), working on the Agency's Tibetan resistance project 1960-1968, codenamed STCIRCUS.  While stationed in India and Sikkim during the period 1968-1968, he assembled Tibetan thangkas and religious objects into a collection which he donated to DePauw in 2002.  Join us in the gallery for an evening of conversation with Mr. Walker.  Free copies of the exhibition catalog Infinite Splendor, Infinite Light, will also be available.  

Funding for this exhibition is generously provided by the Arthur E. Klauser Endowment and the Asian Studios program.

#TalksAndArts  #DePauwArt #PeelerArtExhibit #Community

Location: Peeler Art Center Aud
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

Tibetan Art: A Gallery Talk with Bruce Walker '53

Add to Calendar4:15 pm – 5:15 pm

Bruce Walker graduated from DePauw in 1953.  after two years in the Marine Corps, he became a case officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (1956-1973), working on the Agency's Tibetan resistance project 1960-1968, codenamed STCIRCUS.  While stationed in India and Sikkim during the period 1968-1968, he assembled Tibetan thangkas and religious objects into a collection which he donated to DePauw in 2002.  Join us in the gallery for an evening of conversation with Mr. Walker.  Free copies of the exhibition catalog Infinite Splendor, Infinite Light, will also be available.  

Funding for this exhibition is generously provided by the Arthur E. Klauser Endowment and the Asian Studios program.

#TalksAndArts  #DePauwArt #PeelerArtExhibit #Community

Location: Peeler Art Center Unv Gall
Organization: Art and Art History
Organizer: Scott, Misti D

Community Drum Circle

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

In its 5th year, the community drum circle welcomes all! No experience necessary.  #TalksAndArts  #Wellness

Location: Nature Park Reflection Center Great Room
Organization: Academic Life
Organizer: Miranda, Julianne M

Launch Competition Winners Concert by "9 Horses"

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: School of Music Music on the Square
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R

Fri Sep 29

The Good Catholic: Pre-Screening Talk with the Producers (Inn at DePauw: Emerson Room)

Add to Calendar3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Free and open to the public.

Members of the production team (star and co-producer Zachary Spicer, writer/director Paul Shoulberg, as well as co-producers John Armstrong and Kaitlin Smith) of The Good Catholic (2017) will give a pre-screening talk in the Emerson Room at the Inn at DePauw before the film begins at Ashley Square Cinemas at 5 p.m. on 9/29/17.  #TalksAndArts

Organization: Film Studies
Organizer: Friedman, Seth Andrew

The Good Catholic at Ashley Square Cinemas

Add to Calendar5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Special advance screening at Ashley Square Cinemas of The Good Catholic, which was shot in Bloomington as well as stars Danny Glover, John C. McGinley, and Zachary Spicer. Spicer, who also co-produced the film, is a former Greencastle resident. Tickets for the genral public will be $10 and free admission for students with valid DePauw ID. 

Synopsis: Daniel (Zachary Spicer) is a young, idealistic priest who loves his work more than anything. As he struggles to find balance between the dueling philosophies of his mentors, Father Victor (Danny Glover), an old school, no nonsense traditionalist, and Father Ollie (John C. McGinley), a chain smoking, carb-addicted Franciscan, Daniel’s passion for his calling never waivers. And then he meets Jane. After a chance encounter during a late night confession, the complicated and mysterious Jane (Wrenn Schmidt) starts to open up Daniel’s world to an entirely different set of possibilities. And problems. As new bonds form and old ones are tested, Daniel must decide what his true calling really is — and whether or not he has the courage to answer it.  #TalksAndArts

Organization: Film Studies
Organizer: Friedman, Seth Andrew

The Good Catholic: Post-Screening Talk with the Producers (Inn at DePauw: Emerson Room)

Add to Calendar7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Free and open to the public.

Members of the production team (star and co-producer Zachary Spicer, writer/director Paul Shoulberg, as well as co-producers John Armstrong and Kaitlin Smith) of The Good Catholic (2017) will give a post-screening talk at the Inn at DePauw immediately after the film, which screens at Ashley Square Cinemas at 5 p.m. on 9/29/17, concludes (approximately 7:00-8:00 p.m.). #TalksAndArts

Organization: Film Studies
Organizer: Friedman, Seth Andrew

Sat Sep 30

Green Guest Concert: Yo-Yo Ma and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago

Add to Calendar7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

#TalksAndArts

Location: GCPA Kresge
Organization: School of Music
Organizer: Linville, Steven R