Events

April 2021

Friday 30 Apr

Exhibit: Saved from Drowning by Dan Hurlin

Heimbold Visual Arts Center Heimbold Gallery

Not open to the public

“In Donald Barthelme’s seminal 1968 Robert Kennedy Saved from Drowning, a narrator suddenly appears out of nowhere in the very last section of the short story and throws a rope out to the main character ‘K,’ who is close to being pulled under in a turbulent sea. With one end of the rope around his waist, the narrator braces himself against a rock and pulls ‘K’ out of the water, saving him from drowning.

“Like the narrator, I have spent my career as an artist dragging narratives to the shore, rescuing them from oblivion – saving them from being drowned in an ocean of both cultural and personal amnesia.” —Dan Hurlin

Exhibit Details

Climate Justice Student Symposium

Virtual Online

Open to the public

/ Friday

10:00am-4:00pm

A continuation of our series presented by “The Sarah Lawrence Interdisciplinary Collaborative on the Environment,” join us for students' presentations of their Climate Justice conference projects from varied disciplines across the college.

 

Climate Justice: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow with Dr. Michel Gelobter P’24

Virtual Online

Open to the public

/ Friday

4:00pm-5:30pm

Join Dr. Michel Gelobter P’24 for a discussion on the history of climate justice as both a concept and a movement, particularly with respect to President Biden’s administration and more comprehensive, youth-led actions.

CDI Longfellow Lecture: The Relational Foundations of Reflection with Arietta Slade ’73, Ph.D.

Virtual Online

Open to the public

/ Friday

6:30pm-8:00pm

Arietta Slade ’73 Ph.D. is an internationally recognized theoretician, clinician, researcher, and teacher will center on reflective parenting, supporting the development of attachment and symbolization in young children and their caregivers.

May 2021

Thursday 6 May

Faso Foli: West African Percussion

Outdoor Spaces The Remy Theatre

Open to the public

/ Thursday

3:00pm-6:00pm

West African drumming ensemble performs music inspired by festive dance rhythms, praise songs, and balafon melodic themes from Guinea; an exciting, uplifting experience. Student ensemble featuring master musician Famoro Dioubate and other guest artists. Andy Algire and Niko Higgins, directors. Performance at the Remy Theatre.

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