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2 In The Aisle 3 In The Van2018-11-17 19:30:002 In The Aisle 3 In The Van Florence Little Theatre, Florence, SCFlorence Little Theatre417 SOUTH DARGAN STREET
CCNA: Not Fragile2018-11-17 00:00:00

Though often associated with delicacy, glass is forged through intense and violent forces—a meteorite impacting the earth, a nuclear bomb detonating or a 2,000 °F crucible. Not Fragile features artists from across the Pacific Northwest who use glass in innovative ways to impart messages of strength, resilience and insubordination. In this exhibition, artists underscore the power of traditional iconography, craft bold social statements and reflect the beauty, vulnerability and transformative power of glass.

Works in the exhibition include Lummi Lighting Bear (2018) by Dan Friday (Lummi), who has cultivated his artistic vision with strong influence from his indigenous roots in the Pacific Northwest. The bear has been an important spirit to his family, from his great grandfather’s Totems to his father’s drum. Through works like this, Friday embraces the large color palette glass has to offer. Joe Feddersen’s Aggressive Attitude (2018) blends traditional Plateau basket forms with a contemporary pattern derived from the markings of tires. These SUV patterns replace earlier depictions of the land like mountain or snake designs with the new marks left on earth. Feddersen (Okanogan/Arrow Lakes) is known for creating artworks strong in geometric patterns reflective of what is seen in the environment and his Native American heritage.

Whitsell Auditorium1219 SW Park Ave.
Adam and Eve2018-11-17 10:00:00 Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy St.
Cambridge
Sat., Oct. 6, 2018, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.



For most of history, humans expressed ethical ideas through stories, and of all these the story of Adam and Eve has been perhaps the most powerful and enduring. For three millennia, in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim worlds, people reasoned ethically through the seedpod of this — even to early audiences — unreasonable tale: the first man and woman, formed by God at the apex of the world’s creation, disobey their creator by eating a forbidden fruit, are punished by sickness, hardship, and death, and pass their curse to the future human species.

Designed for a course in “Ethical Reasoning” offered by Harvard College’s Program in General Education, this installation features works from the Harvard Art Museums and Houghton Library. It explores how artists from the Renaissance to the modern era met the challenges of a foundational story.

These challenges were partly aesthetic, as artists labored to create ever livelier and better proportioned nudes. But there were ethical challenges as well. Picturing what happened in Eden, artists hinted at why. And they pondered imponderables that resulted from the crime, such as disease, toil, gender inequality, and death. European encounters with New World inhabitants raised new questions about nudity, human diversity, and the universality of the biblical story itself. Including works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Blake, Munch, and Beckmann, this installation is both the history of an image and a miniature history of Western art.

This installation’s related course is taught by Joseph Koerner, Victor S. Thomas Professor of the History of Art and Architecture; and Stephen Greenblatt, John Cogan University Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University.

Gazette Classification: Exhibitions
Organization/Sponsor: Harvard Art Museums
Contact Info: 617-495-9400
More infowww.harvardartmuseums.org…

Harvard University1350 Massachusetts Ave
Holy & Holly Christmas Festival2018-11-17 00:00:002018-11-17 00:00:00

Come and experience life in a Bethlehem Market with crafts and dress up photo booth.  Carol singing, puppet shows. Plus jewellery table, silent auction, homemade gifts, baked treats, tea and lunch, plus so much more!

Deer Park Church1570 Yonge Street
Kataklysm Leipzig2018-11-17 19:30:00 Kataklysm will be performing once again! This is set to be an explosive concert with all the latest tracks from their impressive collection. Previous concerts of Kataklysm have been a sell out. So don't hesitate and book your tickets to see Kataklysm Leipzig now!Kataklysm will be performing live at the Hellraiser-Leipzig.  This will be a fantastic show and one that you will not want to miss.  So what are you waiting for! Buy your tickets for Kataklysm Leipzig before they sell out. StubHub offer all the best tickets for all your favourite artists. Hellraiser-LeipzigWerkstättenstraße 4, Leipzig, SN 04319
Holly Fair2018-11-17 17:00:00

Friday, November 16 from 5 to 8:30 PM – Holly Fair Holiday Shopping in the Social Center.  Buffet dinner from 6 to 7 pm.  $10 per person.  Email debteall@optonline.net to reserve dinner seats – pay at dinner.  Stay for dinner and shop!Saturday, November 17 from 9 AM to 2:30 PM – Holly Fair Holiday Shopping in the Social Center.  All are welcome!

First Presbyterian Church of Metuchen270 Woodbridge Avenue
LeRoy Haagen 3rd Saturday November Event2018-11-17 10:00:00 Sponsored by: LeRoy Haagen Cleanups
Minimum age: 1
This event is a restoration project for the forested area at LeRoy Haagen park. A multitude of animals call this forest home: red tail hawks, native ground bees, rabbits, and is visited by deer and the occasional kestrel and bald eagle.Typical projects vary depending on the time of year, but include . . .
Postal code 98684, US
Caroline Henderson Kolding2018-11-17 20:00:00 Caroline Henderson is coming to a town near you! Yes that's right, you can see Caroline Henderson live at Kristkirken Kolding. Caroline Henderson will be performing all the lastest tracks from the newest album. Don't miss out and buy your ticket to see Caroline Henderson Kolding today! Here at StubHub we have the best concert tickets for all your favourite artists.Kristkirken Kolding38 Haderslevvej, Kolding, Kolding 6000
Curtains2018-11-17 00:00:00 Smothers Theatre
Sat., Nov. 17, 2018, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. PST



It's the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston's Colonial Theatre is hosting the opening-night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage, the entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical-theatre fan! Curtains is the final musical from the American musical-theatre composing giants Kander and Ebb, who brought us such works as Cabaret, Chicago, and Kiss of the Spider Woman. The original Broadway production garnered eight nominations at the 2007 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Event type: Arts & Entertainment
Contact Name: Box Office
Contact Emailcfabox@pepperdine.edu
Contact Phone: 3105064522
Type of Entertainment: Student Production
Instructor: Book by Rupert Holmes, Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Original book and concept by Peter Stone, Additional lyrics by John Kander and Rupert Holmes, Kelly Todd, Director, With the Pepperdine University Orchestra, Tony Cason, Conductor
Cost: $20
Ticket Informationarts.pepperdine.edu, 310.506.4522
More infoarts.pepperdine.edu…

Pepperdine University24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Football Viewing Party2018-11-17 00:00:00

Watch your favorite NFL and college football teams play at Rock Bottom Brewery (RBB). Every Thursday - Monday, RBB is offering food and drink discounts for you rough and tough, taligate lovin', mean muggin', jersey wearin' fans. Drop by or call 503.796.2739 for more information on food and drink specials.

Rock Bottom Restaurant And Brewery206 Southwest Morrison Street

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