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Stickwork: Patrick Dougherty, "Just Off the Beaten Track," 2016

Lawn by Linden Lane: In September 2016, Arts Transcending Borders (ATB), in association with the Cantor Art Gallery, Environmental Studies Program and the Department of Visual Arts, hosted environmental artist Patrick Dougherty as Fall ’16 artist-in-residence. For the past 30 years, Dougherty has combined elemental building techniques and a deep knowledge of nature to create his organic sculptures.

Gabrielle Thierry: The Musicality of the Water Lilies

O'Kane Hall Cantor Art Gallery: The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery will present the paintings of French artist Gabrielle Thierry in the exhibition “Gabrielle Thierry: The Musicality of the Water Lilies/La Musicalité des Nymphéas” from August 30 through October 7, 2017. Thierry’s series was inspired by her rediscovery of the Water Lilies landscapes of Claude Monet. With special permission to paint on site in the Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris, she translated eight of Monet’s landscapes into colored musical scores.

The Intersections of our Jesuit Mission, Social Justice & Community Service - A Discussion with Fr. Campbell

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center Suite B/C - 4th Fl: Holy Cross' Vice President for Mission, Rev. William Campbell, S.J. '87 will discuss Holy Cross' Jesuit mission and how it calls the HC community to work for social justice. He will also explore how community service fits into this call. Through brief sketches of the Church's and the Society of Jesus' histories, a review of Holy Cross' mission, ministries, and programs, and through large and small group discussion, Fr.

Lecture: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz on Googling for Hate

Carol and Park B. Smith Hall Rehm Lib: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a former Google data scientist and author of "Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are" (HarperCollins, 2017), will share what Big Data from hate sites can teach us about contemporary anti-Semitism in the United States. This lecture is supported by the Kraft-Hiatt Program for Jewish-Christian Understanding. Open to the Public

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna" (Nov. 2-4)

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna"

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

Conference: Religion, Protest, and Social Upheaval

Carol and Park B. Smith Hall Rehm Lib: The recent proliferation of social, political, and economic protest and populist expression, from Black Lives Matter to Hindu Nationalism, invites renewed exploration of religion's age-old power to fuel and shape cultural change. This conference brings together a diverse group of scholars across national and religious divides to examine the impact of religion on various social and political movements.

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna" (Nov. 9-11)

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

CAB Holiday Bazaar

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center

CAB will host its Annual Holiday Craft Fair Bazaar on December 6th, 2018 from 10 am to 3 pm. Vendors from the Holy Cross and Worcester community will sell different and unique crafts that are perfect for the holidays! Event is open to Holy Cross students, faculty, staff and the Worcester community.

Open to the Public

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