This event recurs daily until 9/10/2015.
The List Gallery, Swarthmore College is pleased to present Ted Lott: Architectonic, the artist's first solo exhibition in the Philadelphia region. Lott will lecture about his work on Thursday, September 10, 4:30 p.m., in the Lang Performing Arts Center Cinema. A public reception will follow in the List Gallery. 5:30-7 p.m. Free admission is made possible by the Department of Art, Swarthmore College and the Donald J Gordon Visiting Artist Fund. Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Sundays, Noon–5 p.m. The exhibition closes on October 25, 2015.Architectonic brings together mixed media sculptures that evoke the vernacular structures of American domestic architecture. Often incorporating found chairs or cases, and ranging in scale from intimate boxes to ten-foot-tall frameworks of slender pine, Lott transforms ordinary objects into hybrid structures that animate and enliven the spaces they inhabit. Lott prompts us to reflect upon contradictory aspects of the human condition. Yearning for stability, domesticity, and comfort, we also wrestle with itinerancy, fragility, transience, and transformation. Lott received a B.F.A. in Woodworking and Furniture Design from the Maine College of Art before going on to receive an M.F.A. from University of Wisconsin, Madison in 2011. Born and raised on the shores of Lake Michigan, Lott has resided in twelve different states and visited every one but Alaska. A 2012 recipient of an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant, he has been awarded residencies by prestigious institutions including Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Kohler Arts/Industry Program, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, the Center for Turning and Furniture Design and Vermont Studio Center. His sculpture, furniture, and public art has been exhibited in museums and galleries across the country. Solo exhibitions of his work have recently been presented by Storrs Gallery, University of North Carolina; and Artisan Gallery, Paoli, WI. His work has also been included in numerous group exhibitions including at Blue Spiral One, Asheville, NC; Anne Wright Wilson Gallery, Georgetown, KY; Rose Contemporary, Portland, ME; Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI; and Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin. Lott currently lives and works in Cooperstown, New York.
Betsy Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-328-7811
Lang Performing Arts Center : List Gallery
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This event recurs on Sunday every week until 11/29/2015.
Join Friends in their traditional 'silent' Meeting for worship. Held weekly in the heart of campus for over 100 years!
Paul Indorf, email@example.com, 202-239-2696
Friends Meeting House
Public Events, Religious/Spiritual
The Dalí String Quartet
Simón Gollo & Carlos Rubio, violins
Adriana Linares, viola
Jesús Morales, cello
With an artist’s grace and a Caribbean soul, the Dalí Quartet is today’s freshest voice in Classical and Latin-American music. Anchored in both Venezuela's El Sistema and in American classical conservatory traditions, this exciting quartet combines the best of both worlds.
The Dalí Quartet’s captivating performances of traditional string quartet and Latin-American repertoire create an extraordinary concert experience that takes listeners on an eclectic journey of rhythm and sound. In the spirit of famed Spanish artist Salvador Dalí, the Dalí Quartet embraces imagination and excellence as central to its art form.
The quartet is comprised of award-winning solo and chamber artists who have appeared at Carnegie Hall, toured widely in Europe and Asia, collaborated with some of the finest composers of our time, and recorded for Dorian, Centaur and Naxos. Based in Philadelphia, the quartet has brought the Latin-Classical connection to television, festivals, educational, and presenting organizations on tour in Canada, the U.S., and South America. Recent and upcoming engagements include performances in New York, Toronto, Washington D.C., Detroit, Corpus Christi, Tulsa, and beyond.
The Dalí Quartet serves as Quartet in Residence for the Arts & Community Network where it hosts the Dalí Quartet Chamber Music Camp and Festival. The Dalí is also a Resident Ensemble of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra in Philadelphia. A part of the Dalí Quartet’s mission includes the presentation of many Latin-Classical educational programs each year – its popular events for students in grades K-12 are complemented by interactive concerts for the entire family.
Trained by world-renowned artists, members of the Dalí Quartet are products of Venezuela’s social and music education movement El Sistema and have studied at esteemed institutions such as the Cleveland Institute of Music, Indiana University Bloomington, Conservatoire de Musique de Genève, Switzerland and the Simón Bolivar Conservatory in Caracas, Venezuela.
The Dali Quartet is represented by Jonathan Wentworth Associates, LLC.
Lang Music Building : Lang Concert Hall
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Darnell Moore's advocacy centers on marginal identity, youth development and other social justice issues in the U.S. and abroad. He has led and participated in several critical dialogues including the 58th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women; the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington National Panel on Race, Discrimination and Poverty, the 2012 Seminar on Debates on Religion and Sexuality at Harvard Divinity School, and as a member of the first U.S. delegation of LGBTQ leaders to Palestine in 2012.
A prolific writer, Darnell has been published in various media outlets including MSNBC, The Guardian, Huffington Post, EBONY, The Advocate, OUT Magazine, Gawker, Truth Out, VICE, Guernica, Mondoweiss, Thought Catalog, Good Men Project and others, as well as numerous academic journals including QED: A Journal in GLBTQ World Making, Women Studies Quarterly, Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media & Technology, Transforming Anthropology, Black Theology: An International Journal, and Harvard Journal of African American Policy, among others.
Darnell has held positions of Visiting Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Yale Divinity School, the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality at New York University and the Institute for Research in African American Studies at Columbia University. He is presently Writer-in-Residence at the Center on African American Religion, Sexuality, and Social Justice at Columbia University. He has taught in the Women and Gender’s Studies and Public Administration departments at Rutgers University, Fordham University, City College of New York City and Vassar College. Darnell has also provided keynote addresses at Harvard University, Williams College, Stony Brook University, New Jersey City University, Stanford University, and the New School.
Anna Everetts, firstname.lastname@example.org, (610) 328-7750
Kohlberg : Kohlberg, Scheuer Room
Academic Departments & Programs, Black Cultural Center, Home Page Highlight, Intercultural Center, Lang Center, Lecture/Talk/ Reading/ Panel, Library, President's Office, Public Events, Student Events
Across the globe, militarism directly impacts all of our lives. The American Friends Service Committee’s new traveling exhibition, All of Us or None, examines the effects of militarism at both the foreign and domestic policy levels. It also highlights alternatives and positive nonviolent solutions.
Susan Dreher, email@example.com, 610.328.7324
McCabe Library : McCabe Lobby
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