Arts Calendar

Oct 12

Conversations about Unspeakable Things

From site: Public Works

Clay Artist, Ehren Tool and playwright, J.A. Moad II.

Friday, October 12th, 2018
6:00 – 9:00 pm / Weitz
Conversations about Unspeakable Things

Conversations about Unspeakable Things

Sponsored by the Minnesota Humanities Center and

Carleton College's Mellon Foundation Funded Initiative: Public Works: Arts and Humanities Connecting Communities

Friday, Oct. 12th, Weitz Center for Creativity, Carleton College, Applebaum Recital Hall:

THIS Event IS SOLD OUT

Ehren Tool,  6:00-7:00 pmThe Cups of War Project-

Ehren Tool is a ceramic artist and Senior Laboratory Mechanician at the Ceramic Department at University of California, Berkeley, and Marine Veteran of the 1991 Gulf War. Ehren will introduce us to his Million Cup Project, about which he has written: "I am compelled to make work that talks about the strange places where military and civilian cultures collude and collide. My intention when I make and share my work is to make and share MY work. I have made and given away more than 18,000 cups since 2001. I believe the cup is the appropriate scale to talk about war. The cups go into the world hand-to-hand, one story at a time."

Community Dinner, 7:00-8:00 - Weitz Center Mar-G Common Room

J.A. Moad, II,  8:00-9:00 - "Outside Paducah, The Wars at Home", Applebaum Recital Hall

Jay Moad, a playwright, pilot, performer and veteran from Northfield, will perform Act III of his play, “Outside Paducah – the Wars at Home” and discuss the significance of war writing and the importance of sharing the stories of Veterans through the Veterans' Voices initiative. His New York debut was recently nominated for Outstanding Solo Performance, NYIT Awards.

Sponsored by Public Works. Contact: Terra LaChance, x4341