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Arts Calendar

EXHIBITS:

Atkinson Museum H-SC:

(through November 3) “Diamonds, Gold, Skulls, and Bones” the artistry of fraternity jewelry;

Longwood Center for the Visual Arts:

“Vote: Photographs by Michael Mergen” and “Photography Highlights from the LCVA Permanent Collection”

CVA Exhibit at Riverside Cafe:

OCTOBER 3

EXECUTIVE-IN-RESIDENCE LECTURE – 7-8:30 p.m. Tonya Mallory, president and CEO of Health Diagnostic Laboratory Inc. (HDL) of Richmond; Hiner Auditorium; LU.

SLIDE PRESENTATION – 7:30 p.m. “The True Cost of Coal,” Winston Hall; H-SC.

OCTOBER 4

CLASSICS LECTURE – 4:30 p.m. “The Case of Sophocles' Oedipus,” by Frederick Ahl; Chariman's Rm., Settle Hall, H-SC.

LECTURE – 7:30 p.m. “2012 Election Prediction,” by Dr. James Ceaser, Parents & Friends Lounge, H-SC.

H-SC FINE ARTS PRODUCTION – 8 p.m. The 39 Steps, Johns Auditorium, H-SC.

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Blood Wedding, Mainstage Theatre in the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre; $5 for Longwood students with ID; $6 for non-Longwood students, faculty/staff and senior citizens; and $8 general admission. Call 395-2474 for tickets; LU.

OCTOBER 5

H-SC FINE ARTS PRODUCTION – 8 p.m. The 39 Steps, Johns Auditorium, H-SC.

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Blood Wedding, Mainstage Theatre in the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre; $5 for Longwood students with ID; $6 for non-Longwood students, faculty/staff and senior citizens; and $8 general admission. Call 395-2474 for tickets; LU.

OCTOBER 6

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 7 p.m. Blood Wedding, Mainstage Theatre in the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre; $5 for Longwood students with ID; $6 for non-Longwood students, faculty/staff and senior citizens; and $8 general admission. Call 395-2474 for tickets; LU.

FACULTY RECITAL – 7:30 p.m. featuring Roland Karnatz; Molnar Recital Hall; LU.

OCTOBER 7

LECTURE – 3 p.m. “Why Is There Art?” by Emily Smith, Atkinson Museum, H-SC.

LONGWOOD THEATRE – 3 p.m. Blood Wedding, Mainstage Theatre in the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre; $5 for Longwood students with ID; $6 for non-Longwood students, faculty/staff and senior citizens; and $8 general admission. Call 395-2474 for tickets; LU.

OCTOBER 8

LECTURE – Heaven: An Essential Moral Foundation,” by Jerry Walls, Chariman's Rm., Settle Hall, H-SC.

DOCUMENTARY SCREENING – 7:30 p.m. Art 21, Winston Hall, 3rd floor, Rm. 203, H-SC.

OCTOBER 9

CURRENT EVENTS SERIES – 4:15 p.m. “Candidates, Religion & Election 2012,” with Dr. Matthew Bowman and Dr. Michael Utzinger, Wilson Center, H-SC.

LECTURE – 4:30 p.m. “Thomas Jefferson and Egypt,” by Beth O'Leary, Atkinson Museum, H-SC.

OCTOBER 10

FACULTY RESEARCH TALK – 4:30 p.m. “Immunity to Cancer: Why Does it Fail and Can it be Improved?” by Dr. Kristian Hargadon, Cabell Rm., Bortz Library, H-SC.