Open house in Special Collections & Archives, Olin Library
German artists in the age of Dürer disseminated their images through a variety of means, including as illustrations in books and pamphlets. Examples of the interplay of text and image will be available for browsing. This open house is presented in conjunction with Passion and Power: German Prints in the Age of Dürer, on view at the Davison Art Center (2/5-3/3/16).
Date: Thursday, February 18 Time: 12-2 PM Place: Davison Rare Book Room, Special Collections & Archives (first floor of Olin)
Ben Hornung ’18 writes in with an event sponsored by the English Majors Committee:
Do you want to meet English professors whose courses you might not have had? Do you want to know what your professors are into outside of the classroom–food, music, movies, art, sports? Do you want to enjoy free food and interesting conversation?
Come by Downey House this Friday at 4:30 PM to hear some English professors talk about how their scholastic and extra-curricular efforts overlap and feed into each other. All majors welcome for what should be a dope exploration of the importance of leading a life both analytic and artistic. Also, food!
Date: Friday, February 19 Time: 4:30-5:30 PM Place: Downey House lounge facebook event
1987. USA. Dir: Joel & Ethan Coen. With Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter. 94 min.
Unable to have children of their own, an ex-con and his police officer wife scheme to nab one of the quintuplets recently born to a wealthy furniture magnate. Madcap madness plays out across the Arizona desert as the Coens’ trademark wry comedy balances with a surprising amount of heart.