Updated Events at Bates: March 12–31
Happy spring (if it ever arrives) from Bates! Here’s a revised list of public events at the college for the period March 12–31, 2014.
The public is invited to these events. Except as noted, admission is free.
Updates in this edition
Stormy weather has affected two lectures scheduled for March 12. Thomas Tracy’s talk on creation and evolution will be rescheduled. Pavel Zoubok’s talk on the art of collage has been canceled.
Two events have been added: the presentation Comedy, Economics and Climate Change by “standup economist” Yoram Bauman on March 20, and a March 27 Language Arts Live reading by acclaimed novelist Colson Whitehead.
Finally, an incorrect time was published in the printed March at Bates schedule for the March 29 Gospelaires concert. 3pm is the correct time.
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4:10pm Mon-Fri | Mindfulness of Breathing: Buddhist meditation facilitated by the Dharma Society and held most weekdays when school is in session. Open to all experience levels. FMI 207-786-8272.
6pm Wed | Life drawing sponsored by the Museum of Art. Dry-media easels and drawing benches provided, bring drawing board and supplies. Admission is $7, but $6 for museum members; discounts available for regular attendees. FMI 207-786-8302.
5:30pm Sat | Catholic Mass led each week by Bates’ associated Catholic chaplain, Fr. Paul Dumais of the Prince of Peace Parish. FMI 207-786-8272.
5:30pm Sun | Protestant worship with gospel singing, coordinated by the Bates Christian Fellowship. FMI 207-786-8272.
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER | Creation, Evolution and the Problem of Suffering by Thomas F. Tracy, Phillips Professor of Religious Studies and Philosophy and recipient of the 2014 Kroepsch Award for Excellence in Teaching. A new date will be announced. FMI 207-786-6066.
5pm | Women’s lacrosse vs. Babson.
CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER | Collage: From Picasso to Facebook by Pavel Zoubok, founder and artistic director of the International Collage Center. FMI 207-786-6158.
Noon | Conversations About Social Justice: This series of lunchtime conversations about social justice continues with Social Justice in the Curriculum, a presentation by sociology professor Emily Kane. Sponsored by OUTfront. FMI email@example.com.
7:30pm | Danú: Formed in 1994, this powerhouse band is described as “a spirit-raising concoction” and regarded as one of the world’s elite traditional Irish groups. Danú’s Bates visit will be a rare opportunity to enjoy the band at its intimate best. Admission: $30/$22, available at batestickets.com. A limited number of free tickets for students and seniors (65+) will be available starting Monday, March 10, through bit.ly/oacbates. FMI 207-786-6163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olin Concert Hall
4pm | Men’s tennis vs. MIT.
7:30pm | The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013, 161 min.). Presented by the Filmboard. Admission: $1.
7:30pm | Silk Trio: Classical and traditional Chinese music by Ann Yao on the zheng, a plucked zither; Wang Guowei on the erhu, a two-stringed fiddle; and Yihan Chen playing the pipa, a pear-shaped lute. Admission: $10, available at batestickets.com. Free tickets are available for a limited number of students and seniors through bit.ly/oacbates. FMI 207-786-6163.
Olin Concert Hall
1pm | Men’s lacrosse vs. Trinity.
2pm | Bollywood Workshop (see March 2).
2 & 7:30pm | The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (see March 14).
Olin Arts Center 104
7:30pm | Bates College Orchestra: Scott Ordway conducts a program featuring Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 10 in E-flat for Two Pianos, with soloists Frank Glazer and James Parakilas. Also: Dvorak’s Symphony No. 9 in E-minor (“From the New World”) and Sibelius’ Andante Festivo. Free, but tickets required, available through bit.ly/oacbates. FMI 207-786-6135 or email@example.com.
Olin Concert Hall
2 & 4:30pm | The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (see March 14).
7pm | Cuarteto Quiroga: The Olin Arts Alive Quartet Series presents a program of Haydn, Schönberg and Brahms by a Spanish string quartet praised by The New York Times for “precise, perfectly balanced, interpretively fresh performances.” Admission: $12, available at batestickets.com. A limited number of free are available to students and seniors (65-plus). FMI 207-786-6163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olin Concert Hall
6:30pm | Poets Brenda Shaughnessy & Craig Teicher: Up next in Bates’ Language Arts Live literary reading series are the widely published poets Brenda Shaughnessy, whose most recent collection of poetry is Our Andromeda; and Craig Morgan Teicher ’01, author of the collection Brenda Is in the Room and Other Poems. Sponsored by the English department and other departments and programs at Bates. FMI 207-786-6256 or email@example.com.
Noon | Family Resilience and Adverse Childhood Experiences in the Lewiston-Auburn Area: A Community-Based Research Approach. A talk by Bates sociologist Emily Kane, and Sarah Davis ’10 and Gillian Roy, both with Advocates for Children. The Public Works in Progress Series is presented by the Harward Center for Community Partnerships at Bates. FMI 207-786-6202.
4:30pm | Women’s lacrosse vs. Endicott.
7pm | Men’s lacrosse vs. Husson.
Noon | Conversations About Social Justice: This series of lunchtime conversations about social justice continues with a presentation by a Bates faculty member TBA. Sponsored by OUTfront. FMI firstname.lastname@example.org.
Noon | Filming Rwanda With Orphans of the Genocide: A Double-Lens Approach and Conversation by Alex Dauge-Roth, a professor of French who specializes in documenting experiences of the survivors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The Public Works in Progress Series is presented by the Harward Center for Community Partnerships at Bates. FMI 207-786-6202.
4:15pm | Comedy, Economics and Climate Change by “standup economist” Yoram Bauman, who works in Washington state and elsewhere on climate change economics and policy, especially carbon pricing. Presented by the economics department. FMI 207-786-8296.
Pettengill G52 (Keck Classroom)
7:30pm | Anchorman 2 (2013, 119 min.). Presented by the Filmboard. Admission: $1.
8pm | Alternativa: Dance professor Rachel Boggia and other Maine dancers perform a work commissioned by Boggia from the San Francisco dance-music company Alternativa, which also performs “Apparition.” Admission: $8 in advance, available at bit.ly/bates-alternativa, or $10 at the door. FMI 207-828-5600.
Space Gallery, 538 Congress St., Portland
8pm | Bates College Choir: Directed by John Corrie, the choir performs Haydn’s Mass No. 11 in D minor (“Lord Nelson Mass”) and the “Missa Brevis for the Virgin of Guadalupe” by Visiting Assistant Professor of Music Scott Ordway. Free, but tickets are required, available through bit.ly/oacbates. FMI 207-786-6135 or email@example.com.
Olin Concert Hall
1pm | Men’s lacrosse vs. Williams.
2 & 7:30pm | Anchorman 2 (see March 21).
2 & 4:30pm | Anchorman 2 (see March 21).
3pm | Bates College Choir (see March 21).
Olin Concert Hall
5pm | Men’s lacrosse vs. Keene State.
Noon | Conversations About Social Justice: This series of lunchtime conversations about social justice continues with Race in Higher Education, a presentation by education studies professor Mara Tieken. Sponsored by OUTfront. FMI firstname.lastname@example.org.
7:30pm | Novelist Colson Whitehead: In his first Maine appearance, the acclaimed writer Colson Whitehead (Zone One; John Henry Days; The Intuitionist) reads from his work. This is the final event in the 2013-14 Language Arts Live reading series, sponsored by the English department and other Bates offices and programs. FMI 207-753-6963.
1:30pm | Mount David Summit: The 13th annual celebration of student academic achievement. FMI bates.edu/summit.
3:15pm | Baseball vs. Tufts.
7:30pm | Spring Dance Concert: The Bates Dance Company’s Spring Concert features new student choreography and thesis projects by dance majors. Admission: $6/$3, available through batestickets.com. FMI 207-786-6161.
7:30pm | The Wolf of Wall Street (2013, 180 min.). Presented by the Filmboard. Admission: $1.
Noon | Baseball vs. Tufts.
Noon | Women’s lacrosse vs. Hamilton.
2 & 7:30pm | The Wolf of Wall Street (see March 28).
5pm | Spring Dance Concert (see March 28).
3pm | Gospelaires Spring 2014 Benefit Concert: The Bates/community gospel choir welcomes guests including singers from the Blessed Hope Tabernacle Outreach Ministries of Boston, Bowdoin College and Auburn’s Christ Temple Church. Donations benefit an effort to provide basic needs for refugees. Please note that an incorrect time has been published in some listings; 3pm is correct. FMI 617-633-1471.
2pm | Spring Dance Concert (see March 28).
2pm & 4:30pm | The Wolf of Wall Street (see March 28).
7:30pm | Spring Dance Concert (see March 28).
Museum of Art
Hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Sat (until 7pm Wed. during the academic year)
Closed between exhibitions: March 22–April 4
Through March 21
How to Make the Universe Right: The Art of the Shaman in Vietnam and Southern China: An unprecedented selection of shaman scrolls and religious objects of ethnic minorities dwelling in northern Vietnam. The exhibition is supported by an extensive illustrated catalog written by Trian Nguyen, associate professor of art and visual culture and Asian studies, upon whose research the exhibition is based. Curated by Barry Kitnick, Dan Mills and Trian Nguyen.
Remix: Selection From the International Collage Center: Remix explores dominant themes in collage such as the relationship between collage and poetry, collage as an extension of painting, and its use in cultural, social and political resistance. Curated by the International Collage Center and William Low, curator of the Museum of Art, with assistance from Rebecca Rosen ’14.