Art Smarts: Chorus, Chamber Choir, Mozart Mentors to perform
In a performance themed "Death and Heaven," Senior Lecturer in Music Tony Antolini will lead the Bowdoin Chorus and the Mozart Mentors Orchestra in a range of pieces including the New England premiere of Karl Jenkins' "Requiem." After premiering last night, the show will be performed again tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Dance show includes abstract, expressive
This year's Spring Dance Concert will include a vast range of performances, from the debut efforts of first-time dancers to a dynamic solo piece by Nyama McCarty-Brown, a visiting faculty fellow.
Artist on quest for impossible to lecture
Renowned conceptual artist and documentary filmmaker Lenka Clayton is presently trying to send a handmade letter to every household in the world.
Art Smarts: Visiting artist will speak about work next week
Artist Kristen Martincic will deliver a lecture about her printmaking, sculpture, and installations when she comes to campus next Thursday.
DJ of the Week: Laura Kerry '12
Senior Laura Kerry brings experience and sophistication to her three-year-old radio show, "The Village Green Preservation Society." Named after one of Kerry's favorite albums by the Kinks, the show features an eclectic mix of classic, contemporary and folk rock, as well as a healthy dose of electronic music.
New art sets sail for Kent Island
Walking through the Fishbowl Gallery has felt more like taking a meditative hike through the woods and along the coast ever since "Island Found" opened in the Fishbowl Gallery last Friday.
Art Smarts: Lee Edelman lectures on queer identity
Following a screening of the film "Bad Education," Lee Edelman, chair of the English department at Tufts University, led a discussion on queer identity.
‘Cooked’ screening seeks to spark heat wave talk
After 10 years putting together her investigative documentary, Judit Helfand showcased the product of her labors, "Cooked," to students yesterday.
Art Smarts: Norem presents talk on the power of negative thinking
Every now and then, we all think negatively. In her lecture titled "The Power of Negative Thinking," Dr. Julie Norem spoke yesterday about the psychological effects of negative thinking.
Steve Grover Quartet to perform tonight in Studzinski Recial Hall
Steve Grover, Maine drummer and composer, is an adjunct Bowdoin faculty member who has been writing and performing his own compositions since the 1970s. Tonight, he will perform with three other talented and experienced jazz musicians as part of the Steve Grover New York Quartet.
Museum celebration to highlight alabasters and ‘The Bible Illuminated’
The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will celebrate its two winter exhibitions, "Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture" from the Victoria and Albert Museum and "The Bible Illuminated: R. Crumb's Book of Genesis," with an open reception on Thursday.
BMOP to perform modern classical compositions tonight
Performing numerous modern compositions of the 20th century, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), under the direction of Gil Rose, will make its first ever appearance on the Bowdoin campus today in Studzinski Recital Hall, where the orchestra will perform the first program of a three-part series.
Hackett, Palmer showcase their independent studies
Seniors Kelley "Ping" Hackett and Eileen Palmer have been hard at work with their independent studies in photography. The final result of their semester-long endeavors are on view around campus until the start of Winter Break.
Bowdoin, Bates combine forces for an orchestral high note
Combined orchestra to play at both colleges this weekend
Bowdoin's and Bates' orchestras will join forces in two performances of classical music this weekend. The combined orchestra will perform both at Bates' Olin Arts Center and Bowdoin's Studzinski Recital Hall.
Dunphy combines bright pastels and watercolors
Renowned West Bath artist Evelyn Dunphy will be featured in an exhibition of watercolor and still life paintings from next Monday through October 29 in Lancaster Lounge, Moulton Union.