From Deborah Ko ’15:
Please come join us to listen a concert by Kim Cheol Woong, a North Korean defector, and his flight to musical freedom.
He previously played in venues for the U.S. State Department, at Carnegie Hall and Columbia University. Currently, he teaches music at a university and has his own weekly music feature on Radio Free Asia, the U.S. Congress-supported station that broadcasts into North Korea and other Asian countries.
This event is sponsored by KSA (Korean Students Association) – and it is a FREE event and requires NO TICKETS.
Date: Thursday, September 18th
Time: 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Place: Crowell Concert Hall
Cost: Free! (No tickets required.)
Ryan Heffernan ’16 is feeling artsy:
Art House will be hosting their first house warming show this friday, featuring MFDP, Phat Rabbit, Murdertones, Ladd, and Honeylung. Before the show they will be hanging submitted student art work in their common room gallery! If you would like to submit any and all visual art for the event shoot an email at rheffernan[at]wesleyan[dot]edu. Are you starting to think that maybe your self portrait isn’t getting the attention it deserves in your low rise basement? Give it the chance it deserves to succeed! All submissions are welcome and will be appreciated. Art House can’t wait to see all of your work.
Gabe Gordon ’15 and Zach Scheinfeld ’16 love science:
SWERVED was founded several years ago as a database for Wesleyan’s creative and artistic community. In the past, SWERVED has curated exhibitions of student work and maintained a presence online at swerved.org. This year, we hope to revamp and reinvent SWERVED’s online presence, and turn it into the usable database it has the potential to be. We hope to turn SWERVED not only into a showcase and archive of student work, but of student artists, making the site a place for people to find and connect with collaborators on all sorts of creative projects.
If you are interested in contributing work or helping out in any capacity, please join us Wed evening at 35 Home Ave!
Date: Tonight (Wednesday 9/17)
Time: 7 pm
Place: 35 Home
1974. USA. Dir: Roman Polanski. With Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway. 130 min.
LA, 1937: A private detective who specializes in catching adulterers becomes entangled in a much larger plot involving murder, corruption, and water… Perhaps Polanski’s most iconic film, Chinatown is touted by many as the “perfect script” but succeeds just as well in atmosphere, as homage to the Hollywood noir and foreboding love letter to the City of Angels.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5