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November 30, 2012
Please join us for an exhibition of Stafford’s correspondence, November 1-December 16 in Multnomah County Central Library’s Collins Gallery. The exhibit draws from some 30,000 original letters housed in the William Stafford Archivesat Lewis & Clark College, where Stafford taught for 30 years. This event is open to the public.
All Day (repeats daily to 12/16) Location: Collins Gallery, Mulnomah County Central Library This event was posted by College: Watzek Library.
Curated by Associate Professor of English, Rishona Zimring and 2012 graduate, Casey Newbegin, this exhibit explores artistic responses to rapid change in the period before WWII. On display at Watzek Library, through May 2013. This event is open to the public.
6:00am–9:00pm (repeats daily to 5/31) Location: Watzek Library This event was posted by College: Watzek Library.
11:00am–4:00pm Fighting Men exhibition
Fighting Men combines the work of Leon Golub, a painter, Pete Voulkos, a ceramist, and Jack Kirby, a cartoonist. The exhibition probes images of violence and masculinity through these three diverse artists. Through March 3, 2013 This event is open to the public.
11:00am–4:00pm (repeats weekly to 3/3) Location: Hoffman Gallery This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: Hoffman Gallery.
The Lewis & Clark College Philosophy Department hosts a regular colloquium series. Distinguished speakers from around the world present on a wide array of philosophical topics. This event is open to the public.
3:30–5:00pm (to 11/30) Location: J.R. Howard Hall 202 This event was posted by College: Philosophy.
Men’s Basketball on Nov 30, 2012 at 7:00 PM: Lewis & Clark vs. Linfield This event is open to the public.
7:00pm Location: Pamplin Center This event was posted by College: Athletics.
7:30pm Beethoven’s Ears
Click here to watch this event live. Lewis and Clark faculty Dorien de Leon and Susan DeWitt Smith will play Beethoven’s Cello Sonata in G minor, Op. 5, No. 2, joined by the Oregon String Quartet performing Beethoven’s great late string quartet in Eb, Op. 127. In this concert OHSU professor of otolaryngology, Dr. William Martin, PhD, will discuss Beethoven’s deafness, lending insight into what hearing loss may have been like for him, what could have caused it, and what impact it may have had on his music. Free and open to the public. This event is open to the public.
7:30pm Location: Evans Auditorium This event was posted by College: Music.