A group of four guys from New Hampshire that loves to make music
with trash. Their instruments consist of recycled trash cans,
ladders, drills, buckets, scuba tanks, duct tape, a chainsaw,
and even the kitchen sink. A high-energy show mixing African,
Latin, and American rock, and hip-hop rhythms that will both assault
and soothe your senses.
Fans of STOMP should not miss this.
Smith Union, Morrell Lounge, 9:00 p.m.
Smells Like Karate
Student Art Opening
featuring works by Alex Chu '02 , Jeremy Goldsmith '04, and
JP Rautio '04.
VAC Fishbowl Gallery, 7:30 p.m.
New Years Eve 2003
So big it took us 24 days to plan it!
Ladd House, 10:00 p.m.
Assistant Professor Joe Bandy,
of the sociology department, will give a lecture on social movement
organizations and their response to global economic change.
Pickard Theater, 12:30 p.m.
Paintings by Anne Harris
Former Bowdoin professor features her major works of abstract
self portraits from the past eight years.
Walker Art Building
10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Hot Swing Trio
Featuring Jon Burr and Frank Vignola
Inspired by the exhilarating sound of "le jazz hot"
as played by O'Connor's friend and mentor Stephane Grappelli,
the trio presents jazz which is fiesty or tuneful, but always
Tickets available at Smith Union Infomation Desk
Memorial Hall, Pickard Theater
Art Opening feauting
12 local photographers
ICON Contemporary Art Studio
19 Mason St.
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Gods & Generals
A film by Ronald F. Maxwell
The director of Gettysburg will show clips from his new film premiering
in February. A question and answer session will follow the show.
Smith Auditorium, Sills Hall
Works by Bowdoin Students Wyatt Dumas '05, Maria Stevens '05,
and Greta Van Campen '05.
3rd floor of Chamberlain, 8:00p.m.