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  • The Music of Stevie Wonder

    The Music of Stevie Wonder

    February 27, 2015
    Professor Matthew Allen and Wheaton student musicians pays tribute to one of America's great composers, arrangers, and artistic visionaries. Stevie Wonder leapt into the forefront of American popular entertainment with his debut on Motown Records at the age of 11. By the time he turned 21 he was writing compositions of great musical and lyrical depth such as "Visions," "Sir Duke", and "Village Ghetto Land". His 1976 double album "Songs in the Key of Life" has been compared by many critics to the Beatles' "Sergeant Peppers" as a vital cultural document of a generation.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 7:30 p.m.
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  • New Plays Festival 2015

    New Plays Festival 2015

    February 28 & March 1, 2015
    Seven longer form plays—written, directed and performed by Wheaton students—will be showcases over one weekend at our annual festival.
    Kresge Experimental Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 1:00 p.m.
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  • Bach’s Goldberg Variations

    Bach’s Goldberg Variations

    March 1, 2015
    Ann Sears, piano
    Originally written for harpsichord, this great work is often called the greatest piece of keyboard music composed in the Baroque Era. Come hear a performance on the modern piano, along with piano music of Claude Debussy.
    Beard Gallery, Watson Fine Arts, 4:00 p.m.
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  • From Diss to MS: How and Why Art History Research Gets Published

    March 3, 2015
    Workshop: Katie Hornstein, Assistant Professor, Modern European Art, Dartmouth College

    Dr Hornstein’s current project Picturing War in France, 1792-1856 focuses on the relationships between visual representations of war, emergent modes of visual production across a range of media, and structures of political power from the French Revolution through the Crimean War. In addition to sharing her scholarship, she will discuss the practical and conceptual stages in transforming dissertation research into peer-reviewed scholarly essays and book publications.
    Ellison Lecture, Watson Fine Arts, 6:00 p.m.
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  • The Loser Concert Series presents The Hermitage Piano Trio

    The Loser Concert Series presents The Hermitage Piano Trio

    March 3, 2015
    Descending from the great Russian musical tradition, the Hermitage Piano Trio is distinguished by its exuberant musicality, interpretative range, and sumptuous sound. Following a recent performance, The Washington Post raved “three of Russia’s most spectacular young soloists…turned in a performance of such power and sweeping passion that it left you nearly out of breath.” The program includes trios by Mendelssohn, Rimsky-Korsakov, and the world premiere of Number the Clouds by Assistant Professor of Music Delvyn Case.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 8:00 p.m.
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  • Gallery Opening—2015 Wheaton Biennial: Photography Beyond the Frame

    Gallery Opening—2015 Wheaton Biennial: Photography Beyond the Frame

    March 4, 2015
    This group exhibition features work by contemporary American photographers. The juror was Kristen Gresh, Estrellita and Yousuf Karsh Assistant Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The exhibition runs February 27–April 10, 2015.
    Beard & Weil Galleries, Watson Fine Arts 6–8 p.m.
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  • Contemporary Art: How does it become art history?

    March 17, 2015
    Peter Kalb, Cynthia L. and Theodore S. Berenson Associate Professor of Contemporary Art Dept. of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Author, Art Since 1980: Charting the Contemporary

    Dr. Kalb will address the ways in which undergraduate art history textbooks are researched, written, and published, within a larger contextual discussion of how contemporary art is taught at the university level. Who is represented by those texts and why? He will also address the ways in which the traditional art history model of the survey is responding and adapting to digital resources and online courses, which are increasingly accompanying, and perhaps eventually replacing, print textbooks. He will also be advising students on best practices.
    Ellison Lecture, Watson Fine Arts, 6:00 p.m.
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