Andrea Ballanti GRAD wins for most unconventionally conversational post:
Last italian movie of the semester, last of the year… this time not in Fisk but in ESC058.
Some comments from IMDb:
“Unconventional and deeply touching movie”
“Such a warm and sentimental film”
“You leave the theater with feelings of purity, warmth and love”
AIDS doctor Antonia’s husband is killed by a car. She gets depressed until she learns he had been cheating on her, she goes to see her husband’s lover… then?
Date: April 29, 2013
Time: 8 pm
Scott Elias ’14 is bringing his radical game tomorrow:
Join us for a film screening in PAC 002 at 6:30 on Monday 4/29!
The Next American Revolution: Beyond Corporate Capitalism & State Socialism, featuring Gar Alperovitz, will be shown, with a follow-up discussion and pizza.
The CFA hopes you will join Eiko Otake, a Wesleyan Creative Campus Fellow and MacArthur Genius Grant Recipient, for a free movement workshop open to all Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. Delicious Movement is a quiet, slow-paced, creative practice that anyone can join – you only need to bring your body and a willingness to move it. Eiko has recently performed with her partner Koma at MoMA, the Walker Art Center and the Joyce Theater. Join us for this unique movement experience!
What: Delicious Movement Workshop with Eiko Otake
When: Monday, April 29th, 4:15-5:45PM
Where: Fayerweather Beckham Hall
Maggie Feldman-Piltch ’14 has been in a cheerful mood ever since her interview feature, so it’s no wonder she’s inviting you to an operatic event themed around death, demise, and damnation:
Do you enjoy opera, oratorio, or poetry organized around a clear theme? Looking to (further) procrastinate your work on a Sunday evening?
Need a good, solid cry but tired of watching the same old videos of Beyonce flashmob wedding proposals and solider’s being reunited with their dogs?
Then come to the Opera and Oratorio Ensemble Show!
Date: Sunday, April 28
Time: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Place: Crowell Concert Hall
Matthew Stein ’16 and the rest of the Wesleyan Klezmer Band want you to stop kvetching and start dancing:
Come to the Bayit at 3 PM to enjoy an afternoon of lively klezmer tunes performed by the recently formed/restarted Wesleyan Klezmer Band. Dancing encouraged! It is free!
Date: April 28 (today)
Time: 3 PM – 4:30 PM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church Street)