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February 28th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: youniverse—past, present, future
    Running January 17 through March 5, 2017, the collection, rather than being a survey of Savinar’s four-decade studio practice, focuses on two bodies of his work: prints, paintings, and sculpture created between 1994 and 2011; and works conceived in Florence, Italy, in 2014 and others that followed into 2016.
    until March 5
  • 1:50pm - 3:20pm: Evergreen Experimental Music Group
    The Evergreen Experimental Music Ensemble presents a concert of music for electronics and voice. Program: Hot Air (Michael Kowalski, 1980) : for voice and 2 channel playback Vowelscape (Chris Mercer, 2016) : for four voices and real-time synthesis Lingua-Palatal #2 (Michael Edgerton, 2016) : for four voices and amplification An Untitled Poem (Arun Chandra, 2012) : for six voices and 2 channel playback The Song of the Birds : Clement Janequin Motet : Guillaume de Machaut Living Room Music (Story): John Cage Geographical Fugue: Ernst Toch
  • Image preview 4:00pm: 2017 Dixon Award Presentation by Emma Cranston

    Through the efforts of two English alumni, Hillary and Adam Dixon, this $2,500.00 award was established in 2002 by the Dixon Family Foundation to be given to one junior English major each year.  Emma Cranston, the 2016 grant recipient, will present her research findings.  The title of her talk is Derek Walcott, The BBC’s “Caribbean Voices”, and Emma Cranston.

  • Image preview 6:00pm: Marketing, Publicity, and Editing with Mary Bisbee-Beek
    For over thirty years, Mary Bisbee-Beek has been immersed in the world of books and literature, serving at different times as editor, publicist, and marketing consultant. She will talk to students about the world of publishing books – and the state it’s in, today. She will discuss what book publicity is, and what a potential career in the literary arena might look like, today, and in ten years.

March 1st, 2017

  • 5:30pm: Tackling the Racial & Ethnic Disparity
    In this informational panel, come hear from Multnomah County DA Rod Underhill, Portland Police Chief Mike Marshman, and Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese about the policy changes they’ve made using data from the Racial and Ethnic Disparities (RED) report. Event is open to the public. Questions? Contact Sarah Fine at sfine@lclark.edu.

March 2nd, 2017

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Civil Disobedience Workshop
    Civil Disobedience Workshop.
    This workshop is a response to the danger our country and the world faces in the wake of Donald Trump’s unconstitutional and illegal actions as president. In order to effectively oppose Trump’s agenda, we will look back to previous movements that employed civil disobedience as well as look forward as we develop new tactics that respond to our reality. The course is organized around a variety of themes that will explore the philosophy of civil disobedience as well as examining historical examples from the US and around the world of liberation and civil rights movements

March 4th, 2017

March 5th, 2017

  • 3:00pm - 4:30pm: Forces of Nature
    Lewis & Clark College’s Faculty New Music Ensemble presents their annual Friends of Rain New Music Series titled “Forces of Nature” featuring music which explores the beauty and power of nature.  The program includes works by  Emily Doolittle, Stacey Philipps, George Crumb, Toru Takemitsu, and Lewis & Clark College Composers Renée Favand-See and Texu Kim.

March 6th, 2017

  • 7:30pm - 9:00pm: Bruce Neswick Faculty Recital
    Adjunct Instructor of Organ Bruce Neswick, Canon for Music at Trinity Cathedral, downtown Portland, will play a faculty recital on the renowned Casavant organ in Agnes Flanagan Chapel, on Monday, 6 March 2017, at 7:30pm. He will play music by Bach, Franck, Howells and fellow adjunct professor Texu Kim, among others. All are welcome.

March 7th, 2017

  • Image preview 6:00pm: A Poetry Reading by L&C Alumnus Rosalie Moffett
    Rosalie Moffett is the author of June in Eden, winner of The Journal/Wheeler prize, forthcoming from OSU Press in 2017. Her poems and essays have appeared in Tin House, AGNI, Ploughshares, Kenyon Review, the anthology “Gathered: Contemporary Quaker Poets,” and elsewhere. She is a former Wallace Stegner Fellow, and the winner of the “Discovery” / Boston Review prize as well as the Ploughshares Emerging Writer prize. A Lewis & Clark alumna, Rosalie received her MFA from Purdue University.

 

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