Also on Campus – 10/29

Saturday

All Day     Alumni Art Exhibition—A Backward Glance
Warch Campus Center, Gallery

10:30 a.m., 1:30 & 2:30 p.m.     Lawrence Tours
Warch Campus Center, Myers Main Street

An hour long campus tour highlighting the Warch Campus Center, Memorial Hall, Riverwalk, College Avenue median, residence halls, Memorial Chapel and many of the other campus improvements made possible thanks to More Light!.

10:30 a.m.–Noon & 3–6 p.m.
Lawrence Videos
Warch Campus Center, Cinema

Over the past three years interest in video at Lawrence has exploded. From the This is Lawrence videos to campus highlights and student produced Lawrence pieces, Lawrence alumni and friends are hearing (and seeing) from the college on a weekly basis. Stop by the cinema to see some of our favorite Lawrence videos.

Noon–4 p.m.
More Light! Lawrence Collects
Exhibition
Wriston Art Center, Galleries

1 p.m.
John Muir in the New World
Warch Campus Center, Cinema

This documentary depicting the life of the revered environmentalist John Muir, who was instrumental in creating the National Park System and founded the Sierra Club, was written, produced and directed by Catherine Tatge ’72 and scored by Emmy Award–winner Garth Neustadter ’10.

1 p.m.
Athletics: Swimming vs. Beloit College
Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center, Boldt Natatorium

1 p.m.
Student recital: Leslie Fox ’11, viola
Music-Drama Center, Harper Hall

3 p.m.     Student recital: Stephanie Maletich ’12, guitar, and Berrit Goodman ’13, viola

Music-Drama Center, Harper Hall

3 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Henry IV, by Luigi Pirandello
Music-Drama Center, Stansbury Theatre

Pirandello’s dark comedy explores the relationship between affection and madness as “Henry” pretends to be a medieval emperor to shield himself from the pain of lost love. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance at the Lawrence Box Office.

5 p.m.
Student recital: Josh Younggren ’11, trombone
Music-Drama Center, Harper Hall

8 p.m.
Deep Listening Band
Memorial Chapel

As part of Lawrence’s World Music Series, Deep Listening Band brings its unique and immersive musical experience to campus. Pauline Oliveros, one of the most important composers of the 20th century, formed the concept of “deep listening” to describe the active art of listening. This event is free.

9 p.m.
Company Retreat
Warch Campus Center, Cinema

The mockumentary-style film takes place New York’s Adirondack Mountains where a zany cast of characters compete with colleagues at their company retreat. Company Retreat was written and directed by Campbell Scott ’83. Private screening.

9 p.m.
Class Actress
Warch Campus Center, Café—Ellerman Stage

An up-and-coming electro-pop band from New York. Lead singer Elizabeth Harper has been called “Brooklyn’s very own Madonna.”

9 p.m.–2 a.m.
Viking Room Open
Memorial Hall, lower level