Lewis & Clark presents the Cappella Nova choir and Women’s Chorus in a performance of repertoire by Lauridsen, Schütz, Martin, Sametz, and Portland composer Joan Szymko. This event is FREE for LC students, $5 LC faculty/staff, seniors and alumni, $10 general admission.
Join us for the final screening in our French New Wave film series on Thursday, November 21, at 7pm in Miller 105. Pierrot Le Fou was directed by Jean Luc Godard in 1965. To read more about this film and the French New Wave film series, check out the Watzek Screens blog.
Join us for the fifth screening in our French New Wave film series on Thursday, November 14, at 7pm in Miller 105. Vivre Sa Vie was directed by Jean Luc Godard in 1962. To read more about this film and the French New Wave film series, check out the Watzek Screens blog.
Please join the English Department in the Manor House for an evening with award-winning poet Alan Shapiro, author of 11 books of poetry, including the critically acclaimed “The Last Happy Hour,” and, most recently, “Night of the Republic.” Shapiro currently teaches at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Refreshments will be provided.
Christian Wenaweser, United Nations Ambassador from Liechtenstein speaks on “The International Criminal Court: Heart of the Fight for Justice.” The Ambassador will describe the history and mandate of the ICC Outcome of the Kampala Review Conference, followed by current challenges–in particular Syria–as well as concerns regarding Africa. He will conclude with remarks on the United States and the ICC. Q/A to follow.
Event is free and open to the general public. Registration invited but not required.
Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA (and founder of PICA) will moderate an ongoing conversation with artists Stephen Hayes and Fernanda D’Agostino about their retrospective exhibitions and the challenges of sustaining long and vibrant art practices.
Join us for the third screening in our French New Wave film series on Thursday, October 17, at 7pm in Miller 105. Hiroshima, Mon Amour was directed by Resnais/Duras in 1959. To read more about this film and the French New Wave film series, check out the Watzek Screens blog.
This year’s symposium focuses on modifications of our biophysical surroundings that are considered “unnatural.” We will look into complex issues such as genetically modified organisms, species resurrection, rewilding, ecological restoration, artificial intelligence and the ethics of “messing with creation.”
Join fellow alumni to share professional, life, and education experiences and advice, and meet students who are eager to learn from you and practice their communication and networking skills with a friendly audience. Lunch will be provided.
The Claudia Quintet brings their genre-defying music to Evans Auditorium on Saturday, Oct. 5 at 7pm. Formed by John Hollenbeck in 1997, this NYC ensemble explores the edge without alienating the mainstream, creating a singular, dynamic sound based on trust and spontaneity. Their critically-acclaimed music has amazed listeners worldwide, appealing well beyond a traditional jazz audience. Tickets: $10 general admission; $5 rush tickets for LC students
Sitar Maestro Sugato Nag has established himself as one of the outstanding sitarists of his generation. Hailing from Kolkata, India, he is making a rare appearance in Portland. Nag’s music is characterized by virtuosic technique and lyrical, emotional melodies. He will be accompanied on tabla by local artist Saikiran Madhusudan.
In this final round of the 2013 venture program, the teams will be presenting on where they started, where they are today, what they have learned thus far and where they hope to go moving forward. A panel of business leaders and entrepreneurs will be serving as judges and awarding the seed funds.
Celebrate with alumni, parents, and students this fall and enjoy an array of special academic, athletic, and social events. Expand your knowledge with distinguished professors during Pioneer College, cheer at the Homecoming game, mentor students during Careers for Pioneers, and enjoy autumn in Portland. Special reunion for English Majors, Minors and former students of William Stafford.
The Norman Magic Experience stars national touring magician, Norman Ng. Names, “America’s Best” by Campus Activities Magazine, Norman will blow your mind with his incredible magic, comedy, and audience participation!
Stop by the table outside of the Pamplin Sports Center sporting your L&C swag and get a prize and a delicious Pio spirited treat. Join Campus Activities Board and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee wearing your L&C swag for an afternoon treat and celebrate the start of Homecoming Week 2013!
Join us for the second screening in our French New Wave film series on Thursday, September 26, at 7pm in Miller 105. 400 Blows was directed by Truffaut in 1959. To read more about this film and the French New Wave film series, check out the Watzek Screens blog.
The Department of English is delighted to welcome Marjorie Garber, Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar and William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English and of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard. Dr. Garber’s talk, “Occupy Shakespeare: Shakespeare and/in the Humanities,” is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.
The Lewis & Clark BuildOn College Chapter is hosting our 3rd annual Silent Auction. Over the past two years our silent auction has helped our chapter build schools in Malawi and Haiti. This year 100% of the proceeds will be going towards the construction of a school in Nepal.