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Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns is a survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media. Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department.Open to the Public

Opening Reception for Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery 2: Please join us for the opening reception celebrating the exhibition Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns. This exhibition is a survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media. Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department.

Susan Schmidt: Joys, Sorrows, Concerns

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery: A survey of the artistic career of Susan Schmidt, whose work spans across drawing, books, and various print media.Throughout her career, Schmidt has responded to her lived experiences, working in multiple or narrative form, exploring the complexities of family, and the powerful, difficult, and often shifting bonds that we engage with throughout our lives. Schmidt is a professor in Holy Cross’s visual arts department. Open to the Public

Opening Reception for Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty from Historic Greenhouses

OKANE Cantor Art Gallery 2: Please join us for the opening reception celebrating the exhibition Warm Room: Photographs by Peter A. Moriarty of Historic Greenhouses.With his portfolio of gelatin silver prints, Moriarty explores the architecture and collections of a series of historic European and American greenhouses. Taken over the course of more than 20 years, Moriarty’s evocative works explore the interactions of familiar architectural forms with the lush, exotic, organic, and often disorienting collections housed within.

Lecture: Sandro Galea on Health Inequities in a Rapidly Changing World (Event canceled)

SMITH Rehm Lib: Sandro Galea, a physician, epidemiologist, author, and dean and Robert A. Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health, will give a talk titled "Health Haves and Have Nots: Understanding and narrowing health inequities in a rapidly changing world." He will explain how, despite tremendous progress on health in multiple dimensions, our health remains vastly worse than it could be.

Data Destruction Day

In front of O'Kane on Linden Lane: The College's shredding partner, ProShred, will be stationed with their paper and hard drive shredding trucks in front of O'Kane on Linden Lane.Bring in any paper items, old hard drives, floppy drives, thumb drives, CDs, DVDs, zip drives, audio tapes, and ProShred will physically destroy them onsite. As before, Environmental Services is sponsoring a container to recycle your computer and computer peripherals as well.

ENNEAD: Works from the 2019 Visual Arts Concentration Seminar

 

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery will show artwork by graduating visual arts studio majors in the exhibition Ennead. The show’s title, of Greek origin, refers to a group or set of nine, representing the nine women artists showing their work as a collective. Student artists Katherine Badenhausen, Sarah Behrens, Margaret Goddard, Abigail Kostecki, Anna Lenney, Elisaveta Mavrodieva, Mae-Chu O'Connell, Sara Vo, and Alexandra Yoeckel will be exhibiting their work.

Academic Conference 2019

The 19th annual Academic Conference is a celebration of over 415 Holy Cross students and their independent work over the past year under the guidance of faculty members in the performing and visual arts, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. The three-day conference will feature presentations, posters, induction ceremonies, exhibit openings and performances.

175th Anniversary Scavenger Hunt

Outdoor starting at Hogan: This Scavenger Hunt is being put on by the Mission and Identity Subcommittee for Administration and Staff Development in partnership with HR and Wellness to celebrate and learn about the HC history and Hidden Gems on campus with a focus on hourly staff involvement.Open to Campus Community Only

Lecture by Judith Sobol

Edith Stein Hall 133: At the peak of his career Auguste Rodin (French, 1840 – 1917) was regarded as the greatest sculptor since Michelangelo. Rejecting Nineteenth-Century academic traditions that dictated what was ‘proper’ in art, Rodin made sculpture that conveyed the vitality of the human spirit. His vigorous modeling emphasized his personal response to the subject, and he conveyed movement and emotion by inventing new poses.

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