75 CPC, Museum of Art, Art History Department combine forces
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I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, an expert in science fiction trivia. I do not know the names of ships, minor characters, or even major characters from "Star Trek." I am also not particularly good at math, and would never make it as a theoretical physicist. What I am telling you, essentially, is that I have very little insight into the world inhabited by the characters of CBS's "The Big Bang Theory," a show currently in its fifth season.
The Women's Resource Center (WRC) helped sponsor a three-part series of lectures and screenings about incarcerated women this week, in effort to bring attention to the often-overloaded issue.
Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens explored how to expresss love through art on Monday in their talk titled "Assuming the Ecosexual Position: Adventures of the Love Art Lab."
Take a study break and go listen to your peers perform in tomorrow's Chamber Ensembles Concert.
As part of the College's long-standing efforts to reach beyond its borders, events sponsored by the Wabanaki collaborative will headline on campus today and tomorrow.
As students eagerly await the all-star Ivies line-up featuring headliners Janelle Monae and Mac Miller, a very different, up-and-coming group, the avant-garde Capillary Action, will grace the stage of Studzinski theater, offering a taste of the contemporary music scene that promises not to disappoint.
The Beehive Design Collective visited campus early in the week to talk on the application of visual art to social change.
Strange as it sounds, Bowdoin student band Call It The Truth traces its roots to Oberlin College in Ohio. At the Cleveland airport, on their way to an admitted students weekend in the spring of 2009, Nate Joseph '13 and Fhiwa Ndou '13 met for the first time. The two quickly discovered that they shared similar musical tastes and decided that, if they ended up at the same school in the fall, they would get together and play. A few months later, they were both at Bowdoin.
Robert Crumb spent almost five years illustrating the Book of Genesis in comic book form. The monumental project included panels showing Adam and Eve, Noah's Ark and Sodom and Gomorrah; Crumb illustrated the entire book, verse by verse, in 207 drawings of six to eight panels. Eventually, the work was printed as a graphic novel with the warning "Adult Supervision Recommended for Minors" emblazoned on its cover.
Following The Morning Benders concert tomorrow night, the popular mash up artist E-603 will perform at Reed House's space-themed party from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Telling your parents that you don't know what you want to do with your life, or worse, that you want to major in art history can be a challenge. But never fear, the collaboration between the Career Planning Center (CPC), the Bowdoin College Museum of Art (BCMA) and the art history department is here to the rescue.