Today's Events

Mon Apr 10, 2017 - Mon May 8, 2017 · 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Drawing Matter Collection — 21 January 2017, IN 08:44 OUT 20:16

School of Architecture · Presented by: School of Architecture

30,000 sheets of paper, eleven hours and thirty two minutes, a collector, a curator, an architect, and her associate, this exhibition is the product of a day spent with the Drawing Matter Collection located at the Shatwell Farmyard, Somerset, England, two hours to the west of London. The collection ranges from the sixteenth century to the present day and has been assembled by Niall Hobhouse over the past twenty years to explore the boundaries of architectural representation. Exhibition hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM or by appointment.

This week

Mon Apr 10, 2017 - Mon May 8, 2017 · 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Drawing Matter Collection — 21 January 2017, IN 08:44 OUT 20:16

School of Architecture · Presented by: School of Architecture

30,000 sheets of paper, eleven hours and thirty two minutes, a collector, a curator, an architect, and her associate, this exhibition is the product of a day spent with the Drawing Matter Collection located at the Shatwell Farmyard, Somerset, England, two hours to the west of London. The collection ranges from the sixteenth century to the present day and has been assembled by Niall Hobhouse over the past twenty years to explore the boundaries of architectural representation. Exhibition hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM or by appointment.

Tue May 2, 2017 - Wed May 10, 2017 · 2:00 pm

End of Semester Showings in Dance

Presented by: Program in Dance

A series of performances by students in spring 2017 courses including hip hop dance, Africanist dance, and other introductory courses. Performances are in the Hagan Dance Studio, New South 108, or Berlind Rehearsal Room as noted.

Fri Apr 28, 2017 - Fri May 5, 2017 · 8:00 pm

Spring on Fire: A Guatemalan Story

Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Program in Theater

A workshop presentation of a new play written by senior Edwin Rosales follows a Maya family living in the highlands of Guatemala, the soldiers who occupy their village, and the spirits who guide and haunt them all during the most violent moments from the civil war.

Labyrinth Books · Presented by: Labyrinth Books

Deborah Nelson’s new book, which Jeff Nunokawa has called “a brilliant defense of coldness,” focuses on six brilliant women who are often seen as particularly tough-minded: Simone Weil, Hannah Arendt, Mary McCarthy, Susan Sontag, Diane Arbus, and Joan Didion. Aligned with no single tradition, they escape straightforward categories. Yet their work evinces an affinity of style and philosophical viewpoint that derives from a shared attitude toward suffering. What Mary McCarthy called a “cold eye” was not merely a personal aversion to displays of emotion: it was an unsentimental mode of attention that dictated both ethical positions and aesthetic approaches. We invite you to a conversation that will challenge the pre-eminence of empathy as the ethical posture from which to examine pain.

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