Highlights of 2012-13: for full schedule consult the main campus calendar.
September 28 - 30
VISUAL LEARNING: TRANSFORMING THE LIBERAL ARTS. Carleton hosts a national conference that will offer visionary lectures and speculative conversations on the topic of visual learning - developing innovative ways to address the challenges that faculty, students, and staff encounter as they work to create, interpret, and employ visual images, media, and models. The conference will also feature hands-on sessions highlighting successful assignments, faculty-staff partnerships, exhibitions, and performances.
October 25 - 28
SPLIT SECONDS Premiere of a new play by Michael Elyanow, commissioned by the Theatre Department. Under the direction of Ruth Weiner, this new play explores the effects of the 2008 U.S. presidential election on a group of students. The show will incorporate visual imagery by Sebastian Meyer '05, a photojournalists whose images of the war in Iraq will advance - and argue with - the action on stage.
Fall in the Perlman Teaching Museum
IBID: REFERENCING CARLETON COLLECTIONS. Carleton's studio art faculty presents new works inspired by or referencing various College collections—from Gould Library books to biology department specimens to Cowling Arboretum trees.
LA SERVA PADRONA Opera at the Weitz! Pergolesi's comic miniature opera, with chamber ensemble accompaniment.
Winter in the Perlman Teaching Museum
ANCIENT MASTERS IN MODERN STYLES: Chinese Ink Paintings from the 16th - 21st Centuries. Curated by Professor of Art History Kathleen Ryor.