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Arts Calendar

EXHIBITS:

Atkinson Museum of Hampden-Sydney:

(Feb. 9-March 19, back gallery) “Take Our Stand: The African American Military Experience in the Birthplace of H-SC”;

Central Virginia Arts:

(through March) Margaret Banko and Jennifer Overstreet; Riverside Cafe, Farmville;

MARCH 1

SYMPOSIUM – NICARAGUA: INSURRECTION AND REVOLUTION – 7 p.m. “Images of Insurrection and Revolution in Nicaragua,” by Margaria Montealegre; introduction by Mary Prevo; Crawley Forum; H-SC.

EXECUTIVE IN RESIDENCE SERIES – 7 p.m.
 Leadership Studies from How Wars are Won and Lost, by Those Who Think Outside the Box by Lieutenant Colonel James Zumwalt Esq., Jarman Auditorium; LU.

MARCH 2

WEDNESDAYS WITH WOMEN
& GENDER STUDIES – 3-3:50 p.m. From Translation to Transgression: The Feminism(s) of Artist Shirin Neshat, Hull 132; LU.

MUSEUM LECTURE – 4 p.m. “Freedom to Serve?” The African American Military Experience in the Age of Jim Crow,” by Dr. Caroline Emmons; Atkinson Museum; H-SC.

SYMPOSIUM – NICARAGUA: INSURRECTION AND REVOLUTION – 7 p.m. screening of Pictures from a Revolution by Susan Meiselas d Alfred Guzzetti; introduced by Dr. Lizardo Herrera; Crawley Forum; H-SC.

JAZZ ENSEMBLES A AND B CONCERT – 7:30 p.m., Jarman Auditorium; LU.

MARCH 3

CSPE LECTURE – 7:30 p.m. “The Continuing Relevance of F.A. Hayek's Political Economy,” by Bruce Caldwell; Crawley Forum; H-SC.

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. The Threepenny Opera, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies
and Theatre (Franklin & Race streets), general admission: $8; faculty/staff/ seniors: $6; students: $5.

MARCH 4

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. The Threepenny Opera, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies
and Theatre (Franklin & Race streets), general admission: $8; faculty/staff/ seniors: $6; students: $5.

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY EVENT – 6 p.m. reception; 7 p.m. lecture with book signing; The Honorable Samual Johnston, author of Why Judges Wear Robes; Greenwood Library Atrium; LU.

MARCH 5

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. The Threepenny Opera, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies
and Theatre (Franklin & Race streets), general admission: $8; faculty/staff/ seniors: $6; students: $5.

MARCH 6

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 3 p.m. The Threepenny Opera, Mainstage Theatre, Center for Communication Studies
and Theatre (Franklin & Race streets), general admission: $8; faculty/staff/ seniors: $6; students: $5.

MARCH 9

EARTH DAY AND WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH EVENT- 7 p.m. Leading a Sustainable, Eco-Conscious Life by Simran Sethi, Wygal Auditorium, (reception to follow, Haga Room) LU.