Museum of Art Events

Monday

September 9, 2013 7:30 pm

Global Lens Film: ABOUT 111 GIRLS (Darbare 111 Dokhtar)

Global Lens Film: ABOUT 111 GIRLS (Darbare 111 Dokhtar)

A government official, carrying a message from Iran’s president, travels across Iranian Kurdistan with his driver and a young guide on a mission to stop 111 young Kurdish women from committing suicide in protest against conditions that have left…

Friday

September 13, 2013 3:30 pm

Teacher and Homeschooling Parent Workshop

Teacher and Homeschooling Parent Workshop

  The Bates College Museum of Art will offer hands-on workshop to teachers and homeschooling parents, giving them insight into its fall exhibition Redefining the Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers. The Teacher and Homeschooling Parent Workshop will be at 3:30…

Monday

September 16, 2013 7:30 pm

Global Lens Film: BEIJING FLICKERS (You-Zhong)

Global Lens Film: BEIJING FLICKERS (You-Zhong)

San Bao is a young man left behind by Beijing’s fabulous new wealth, having just lost his job, his apartment and the woman he loves (who’s left him for a richer man). Even Happiness, his dog, has run away…

Monday

September 23, 2013 7:30 pm

Global Lens Film: CAIRO 678

Global Lens Film: CAIRO 678

Three Cairene women from different backgrounds join together in uneasy solidarity to combat the sexual harassment that has impacted each of their lives. We begin on an overcrowded bus line, dreaded by Fayza as a daily site of humiliation…

Saturday

September 28, 2013 2:30 pm

Lecture by Hideki Kimura

Lecture by Hideki Kimura

Lecture by Hideki Kimura, professor, Kyoto City University, on Japanese Printmaking, Yesterday and Today. Hideki Kimura is co-curator of Redefining the Multiple: Thirteen Japanese Printmakers. Kimura studied oil painting and printmaking and Kyoto City University of Arts and completed independent…

Monday

September 30, 2013 7:30 pm

Global Lens Film: THE FANTASTIC WORLD OF JUAN OROL (El Fantástico Mundo De Juan Orol)

Global Lens Film: THE FANTASTIC WORLD OF JUAN OROL (El Fantástico Mundo De Juan Orol)

Move over Ed Wood! Mexico’s half-forgotten B-movie master, “involuntary surrealist” Juan Orol, receives a pitch-perfect tribute in this irresistible love letter to a self-made man of showbiz, whose career spanned nearly sixty films. In a glorious black-and-white flashback mingling…