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  • Shared Inspirations I: Claude Debussy, Alice Guy Blache, and the Impressionist Painters

    February 16, 2016
    Pianist Leslie Amper will present a multimedia piano recital, alternating between the music of Claude Debussy, the short silent films of Alice Guy Blache and images of impressionist paintings that reflect the shared inspirations of Asian and Spanish cultures, water, children and pianos.
    Woolley Room, Mary Lyon Hall, 7:30 p.m.
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  • Once Upon a TRYBE—Gala 2016

    February 18, 20 & 21, 2016
    TRYBE members will push the boundaries of multicultural dance. We hope you will join us for this truly magical ride. For ticket information and reservations ($5 general, $2 students), contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 2/18 and 2/20—7:30 p.m.; 2/21—2:00 p.m.
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  • 2016 Dance Festival—Watch Out for This

    February 19 & 20, 2016
    Paraíso Latino and Tap Out Loud present two evenings of spectacular dance, drawing on a variety of dance and musical traditions. For ticket information and reservations ($5 general, $2 students), contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts.2/19—7:30 p.m.; 2/20—2 p.m.
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  • Does the Media Make Self-Governance Impossible?: Reflections on Reform in the Age of Corrupted Press featuring Lawrence Lessig

    February 23, 2016
    Professor Lessig presents a lecture linking the current structure of political media to the possibilities for self-governance. Is the business model of modern media consistent with self-governance? Do the norms of modern journalism help or hurt? Do we need to imagine a new infrastructure for democratic journalism if democracy is to be possible? Lessig’s experience as a potential reform-presidential candidate have brought him to see these issues differently.
    Hindle Auditorium, Science Center, 7:30 p.m.
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