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Oct
2
Baker Center, Room 239
Interdisciplinary Seminar Lecture
Where: Baker Center, Room 239
When: Thursday, Oct 2 2:00 PM
Dr. Karen Pinkus, Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature at Cornell University will be presenting "Energo-Transmutations: Alchemy as a Mode for Thinking Energy" Thursday, October 2, 2-3:30 P.M., Baker Center, room 239
Oct
2
"Inside/Outside Talk" Featuring, Peter Heidtman
Where:
When: Thursday, Oct 2 5:30 PM
Oct
2
Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre, Putnam Hall
The Movement Dance Concert
Where: Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre, Putnam Hall
When: Thursday, Oct 2 7:00 PM
Oct
2
Forum Theater
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Where: Forum Theater
When: Thursday, Oct 2 8:00 PM
bobrauschenbergamerica by Charles L. Mee Part of the Main Stage Productions for the Theater Division.
Oct
3
Glidden Recital Hall
Octubafest #2: Visiting Artist Recital (TBA)
Where: Glidden Recital Hall
When: Friday, Oct 3 8:00 PM
Oct
4
Ohio University Art Gallery, 536 Seigfred Hall
Closing Day: Second Year Graduate Student Exhibition
Where: Ohio University Art Gallery, 536 Seigfred Hall
When: Saturday, Oct 4 12:00 PM
School of Art + Design exhibition by the second year graduate students. Exhibit runs from Sept. 16 - Oct. 4, 2014. Ohio University Art Gallery Hours: 12-5 p.m. Monday - Saturday Presented by the School of Art + Design
Oct
4
OU Campus and Uptown Athens
Nuit Blanche
Where: OU Campus and Uptown Athens
When: Saturday, Oct 4 6:00 PM
Nuit Blanche (meaning White Night, in French) is an annual all-night arts festival which is currently active annually in nearly 120 cities from around the world including: Paris, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Rome, Madrid, and in this coming year, Melbourne, Australia, and Athens, Ohio. A Nuit Blanche includes the participation of private and public cultural institutions which are open and free of charge to the public, whereby the whole town or city itself being turned into a de facto art gallery, providing space for art installations, performances (music, film, dance, performance art), ‘themed’ social gatherings and other activities. Nuit Blanche was created in Paris in 2002 to bring contemporary art to the public. More details coming soon!
Oct
4
OU Campus and Uptown Athens
Nuit Blanche
Where: OU Campus and Uptown Athens
When: Saturday, Oct 4 6:00 PM
Nuit Blanche (meaning White Night, in French) is an annual all-night arts festival which is currently active annually in nearly 120 cities from around the world including: Paris, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Rome, Madrid, and in this coming year, Melbourne, Australia, and Athens, Ohio. A Nuit Blanche includes the participation of private and public cultural institutions which are open and free of charge to the public, whereby the whole town or city itself being turned into a de facto art gallery, providing space for art installations, performances (music, film, dance, performance art), ‘themed’ social gatherings and other activities. Nuit Blanche was created in Paris in 2002 to bring contemporary art to the public. More details coming soon!
Oct
5
DAVID LYNCH FESTIVAL AT THE ATHENA
Where: Athena Cinema
When: Sunday, Oct 5 7:00 PM
ATHENS, OH – The Athena Cinema announces a special fall film series featuring films directed by David Lynch. This mini-retrospective is a rare opportunity to see these cult favorites on a big screen, with big sound—a wholly cinematic experience that small screens simply cannot equal. A cinematic auteur of the first rank, Lynch has garnered international praise and multiple awards for films such as ELEPHANT MAN, BLUE VELVET, and MULHOLLAND DRIVE. Lynch’s television series TWIN PEAKS enjoys status as both a critically acclaimed series, and a die-hard fan cult favorite since it first aired in 1990. Lynch’s film are filled with surreal, often absurd circumstances with some of the most memorable characters in the history of film: Merrick, from ERASERHEAD, the psychopath Frank Booth in BLUE VELVET, or Agent Dale Cooper in TWIN PEAKS. As Lynch himself puts it, “This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top.” ELEPHANT MAN kicks off the series on Sunday September 7, 7:00 pm, with a repeat screening Monday September 8, 7:00 pm. Further screenings follow every Sunday and Monday evening, through October 26 & 27. The complete series includes: ELEPHANT MAN, DUNE, BLUE VELVET, WILD AT HEART, TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME, LOST HIGHWAY, MULHOLLAND DRIVE, and ERASERHEAD. For a full schedule, please visit www.athencinema.com. Admission for the shows will be available one week in advance of each film. Tickets are $6.50 with the exception of Friends of the Athena Members, who may purchase tickets for $4.00. For more information about “LET’S DO LYNCH”, contact Alexandra Kamody at 740-594-7382 or kamodya@ohio.edu . For more information about The Athena Theater, visit its website at www.athenacinema.com.