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Director of Dance Linda Caruso-Haviland Leads Web-Based Dance Project

Posted March 21, 2013
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Director of Dance Linda Caruso-Haviland has written the content for a Pew Center for Arts & Heritage funded web-based project focused on the work of choreographer, dancer, and scholar Susan Leigh Foster. As part of the project, Caruso-Haviland introduced three of Foster’s “danced lectures” to audiences. In addition, she wrote a series overview, commentary on […]

Bi-Co Chorale Auditions

Posted January 28, 2013

The Haverford-Bryn Mawr College Chorale invites community members to audition for this 120-voice town-gown choir. Beginning Jan. 30, the choir will rehearse Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m., for a Sunday, April 28 performance with orchestra of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. Prior choral experience and music reading abilities required and auditions are open until Wednesday, Feb. 6 at […]

Curator Brian Wallace Interviewed on Arts Podcast

Posted January 17, 2013

Brian Wallace, curator and head of collections at Bryn Mawr College, recently was interviewed by theartblog.org, an online news and educational portal about the Philadelphia art scene. In the podcast interview, Wallace discusses his work at the College, including the process of organizing his first exhibit at Bryn Mawr—Docu-Commencement—in which four commissioned artists created works […]

Bi-Co Theater Accepting Stemware and Glassware Donations

Posted November 8, 2012

The Bi-Co Theater Program is accepting donations of stemware and glassware to use in their upcoming production of The Nina Variations. Clear glasses without writing can be dropped off in the donations box in the Benham lobby in Goodhart by Friday at noon. For ticket information and performance times for The Nina Variations, see the […]

Dean’s Office and Middle Eastern Studies Sponsor Trip to Philly Fringe for Leila Ghaznavi’s ’01 Puppet Performance

Posted September 6, 2012
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The Undergraduate Deans Office and the Middle Eastern Studies Program are sponsoring a student trip to the Philadelphia Fringe Festival to see “Silken Veils,” a puppet theater performance by Leila Ghaznavi ’01. On September 14, Lecturer in Political Science and Director of the Middle East Studies Program Deborah Harrold will hold a “Talk-Back” following the […]

Tri-Co Announces First Annual Film Festival

Posted April 12, 2012

The following email was sent by Erica Cho, visiting assistant professor in history of art and film studies, on Monday, April 9:  We are pleased to announce the first Tri-Co Film Festival to be held on Wednesday evening May 2, 2012 featuring the best work by filmmakers from Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges! All Tri-Co […]

Experimental Videos by Hoang Nguyen on Display at Vox Populi

Posted October 20, 2011

“The Fourth Wall,” a yearlong film series sponsored by the Philadelphia art collective Vox Populi, is showing work by Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies Hoang T. Nguyen through the end of October. Multiple and Unending: Videos by Nguyen Tan Hoang, 1999 – 2011 is a 41-minute program of six short films that explore […]

Bryn Mawr Hula Club to Perform at National Cherry Blossom Festival

Posted April 7, 2011

Halau Hula Aloha Nui Loa, Bryn Mawr’s Polynesian culture club, has been invited to perform at the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., this Sunday, April 10, reports club founder Colette Young ’11. The group will be featured on the Target Performance Stage at the Sylvan Theater, at the foot of the Washington Monument […]

Submission Deadline is March 21 for Community Open-House Art Exhibition

Posted March 17, 2011

From the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the Community Diversity Assistants: This March, as part of a series of events celebrating Women’s History Month, the Office of Intercultural Affairs and the Community Diversity Assistants are hosting an open house art exhibit of photographs and artworks created by the community portraying the image of women loving and […]

College Announces New Management of Bookstore and Closure of Copy Center

Posted November 18, 2010

At of the start of the spring 2011 semester, the College Bookshop will be managed by the Follett Higher Education Group, which manages more than 850 campus bookstores nationwide including Mt. Holyoke, Smith, and Williams Colleges. The change in management won’t mean any immediate changes for student customers or in the way faculty order textbooks. […]

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