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FILM

Screening of M. and S. Dyachenko Movie Writers Marina and Sergey Dyachenko will discuss their screenplays and directing careers and will screen some of their work. Sunday April 22 @ 7:30 to 11:00 pm Collins Cinema

Love Child Film screening of the romantic thriller, Love Child. Written and directed by Dominican born, Leticia Tonos and award winner of the Audience of the 27th Chicago Latino Film Festival. Leticia will be on hand for the viewing but will be leading a lecture and discussion about the movie the following evening (April 24) at 6:00pm in Alumnae Auditorium Admission: $5 for non Wellesley students. Open to the public. Monday, April 23 @ 6:30-8:30 pm Margaret Clapp Library Lecture Room Discussion with Letecia Tonos Dominican born Writer and Director, Liticia Tonos will be conducting a lecture and discussion following the previous evening’s screening of her award winning film “Love Child”. Love Child first premiered in Dominican Republic and won a prize for the Audience of 27th Chicago Latino Film Festival, and will be featured at the Festival De Cine De Las Americas, in Austin TX on April 26, 2012. It was also the Dominican Republic’s official entry into the Best Foreign Film Category at the 84th Academy Awards. Admission: $5 for non Wellesley students. Open to the public. Tuesday April 24 @ 6:30 - 8:30 pm Margaret Clapp Library Lecture Room

Celluloid Cities Screen Slacker Celluloid Cities: Symphonies and Solos - A CAMS film series. The Cinema and Media Studies wishes to contribute to the campus wide interest in the theme of the city by showing five films. Ranging from ultra-famous films (Chunking Express, exceptionally shown in its 35 mm. splendor) to rare and hard-to-find little gems (Largo Viaje and Singapore Gaga); from Ruttmann’s mythical city symphony that initiated a whole genre to Linklater’s just as mythical tribute to Austin (and generation X), this Thursday evening film series wishes to reach all the cinephiles in the Wellesley College community and beyond, joining them in a common celebration of urban films. Thursday, April 26 2012, 6-9 pm Collins Cinema *Photo courtesy of Google Images


MUSIC

An evening of Classical Music: Olin Conductorless Orchestra (OCO) Date: Friday April 20, 2012 Time: 8:00pm Location: Carling-Sorenson Theater Open: free and open to the public

BlueJazz Combos Wellesley BlueJazz provides students with the opportunity to develop and nurture their love of jazz—one of the most vibrant American contemporary art forms. Composed of a large ensemble as well as smaller combos, BlueJazz plays contemporary and classic jazz repertoire. Friday, April 20 @ 7:00 pm Jewett Auditorium Awaken the Dawn Spring Concert Awaken the Dawn, Wellesley’s Only Christian A Cappella Group presents its Spring 2012 Concert Saturday, April 21 @ 4:30 – 6:00 pm Lake house living Room Triple Helix Piano Trio in Concert Join the award-winning Triple Helix Piano Trio (Bayla Keyes, violin, Rhonda Rider, cello and Lois Shapiro, piano) as they conclude their exploration of the role of the city as music’s inspiration and incubator. Music can conjure a sense of place, a culture, an ethos; its cadences can capture the heartbeat of a people in a particular landscape at a particular point in time. Triple Helix takes us back in time to 19th century Vienna, to trace the rich path of romanticism in this city that, over the centuries, spawned prodigious creative activity in all the arts. The program will include Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s E Major Trio, Op. 83, Johannes Brahms’ A Major Trio, and Alexander Zemlinsky’s Trio in D Minor. Saturday, April 21@ 8:00 pm Houghton Chapel

Chamber Music Marathon The Wellesley College Chamber Music Society (CMS) offers students the opportunity to explore and perform the classical repertoire for small ensembles—including strings, winds, guitar, harp, piano, harpsichord, and voice—and to be coached weekly by members of the Music Department faculty. Each semester culminates in a series of concerts given by participants. Sunday, April 22 @ 12:00 pm Anderson Forum, Wang Campus Center

Slavic Splendor: Medieval and Renaissance Music of Eastern Europe An ensemble of singers and instrumentalists, Collegium Musicum specializes in the performance of Western music from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century. Tuesday, April 24 @ 8:00p.m. Houghton Chapel An Afternoon of Jazz: Babson/Olin Jazz Band, Wellesley Blue and Wellesley Jazz Strings Date: Sunday April 29, 2012 Time: 3:00pm Location: Carling-Sorenson Theater Open: free to the public Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra Concert The Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra (BWO) is composed of students, faculty, staff, and associates of Wellesley College and Brandeis University. Its spring program will feature the winners of the BWO Concerto Competition, Yoni Battat and Suyun Lee, and will include Walton’s Concerto for Viola and Tchaikovsky’s Concerto for Violin. Sunday, April 29 @ 8:00p.m. Houghton Chapel


VISUALarts Memory in Mixed Media Tour – Family Day Inspired by Radcliffe Bailey: Memory as Medicine, Family Day examines memory personal and collective as a source of inspiration in art-making. Young visitors will participate in an interactive exploration of Bailey’s work, with its vibrant colors, unusual materials, dynamic compositions, and rich narratives, followed by art projects based on appropriation, accumulation, and layering. Focusing closely on Windward Coast, an installation likened to the sea, we investigate the recurring piano keys in Bailey’s work Saturday, April 21 11:00-1:00pm Davis Museum Lobby Babson Literary Magazine Art Exhibition and Publications Ceremony Monday, April 23 @ 6:00 - 8:00 pm Sorenson Upper Lobby

Senior Majors Art Exhibition On view from April 25th through May 26th This exhibition, featuring artworks by senior thesis students and senior art majors, highlights a broad range of different artistic media and conceptual approaches. Opening Thursday April 26 12-5pm Jewett Art Center Gallery The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-M An Upstage Production In this lyric drama, winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Tillie’s abusively dysfunctional family comes apart at the seams. Performances are April 26-29, 2012. Free to Wellesley, Babson, and Olin students with ID. $5 general admission Thursday April 26 7-9:30 pm Alumnae Hall Auditorium

Collegium Musicum, Directed by Tom Zajac Slavic Splendor: Medieval and Renaissance Music of Eastern Europe An ensemble of singers and instrumentalists, Collegium Musicum specializes in the performance of Western music from the Middle Ages to the early 19th century. Tuesday, April 24 8-9:30 Houghton Chapel Upper Chapel

Unveiling of the Tri-College Ceramic Tile Mural Project: Sustainability Theme Date: Friday, April 27th 4:30-6 Location: Trim (between the lobby outside of Trim 201/202 and the Sorenson Family Visual Arts Center) Open: to the public


DANCE

AMAN’s Spring Production, an evening of South Asian Performance Date: Thursday April 19, 2012 Time: 7:00 pm Location: Carling-Sorenson Theater Open: tickets sold by AMAN through the Reynolds Front Desk and at the door

Fiddleheads Ceili Dance – An Irish Social Dance and Concert Come to the Wellesley College Fiddleheads’ Irish Ceili Dance! Learn easy Irish traditional dances a la square dancing, accompanied by Wellesley’s own Irish band and the world-renowned Irish musicians Shannon and Matt Heaton. Food will be served. Friday, April 20 6-8 pm Wang Campus Center Tishman Commons Belly Dancing Society’s Spring Hafla Featuring American Tribal Style belly dance, Egyptian drum solos, and original choreography. The beginners’ and intermediates’ groups will perform the pieces they’ve been working on this semester, as well as a few old favorites; come for the baclava, stay for the jingly shiny hip scarves! Admission: $2 for Non Wellesley Students Claflin Living Room Thursday, April 26 5:30 - 8:30 pm

Babson Dance Ensemble “BDE” Spring Production Date: Thursday, April 26, 2012 Friday April 27, 2012 Saturday April 28, 2012 Time: 8:00pm Location: Carling-Sorenson Theater Open: tickets sold at the Reynolds Front Desk and at the door. Note that this event sells out. *Photo courtesy of Google Images


*INFO

Have an event tip or an open call? Email nyang1@babson.edu with the details. View the Arts Calendar online at the Sorenson Center or on Facebook and forward this info to any interested people.

Dance Clubs AMAN, Contact tbutani@babson.edu Babson Dance Ensemble (BDE) Contact ewang2@babson.edu BAPSA, Contact ilee3@babson.edu Butterfingers, Contact Zachary.brass@students.olin.edu Olin Firethrowers, Contact Kevin.simon@students.olin.edu Sorenson Dance Studio – Studio with wood floor, two mirrored walls, and dance bar Contact Sorenson@babson.edu

Art Clubs BFAA –Babson Fine Arts Association, Contact cbao1@babson.edu Pottery Club, Contact molly.gutcher@students.olin.edu Studio Art facilities at Babson Babson Ceramics studio – Open to experienced potters/sculptors $80/$200 fee for 8 weeks Babson Wet Photography Lab – Open to experienced photographers with a Babson OneCard with the permission of the manager. $80/$200 fee for semester. Drawing/Painting Studio – Available to use with the permission of staff. Contact dakiba@babson.edu Theater Clubs Babson Players, Contact agreenslet1@babson.edu Vagina Monologues, Contact agreenslet1@babson. edu FWOP, Contact harold.jaffe@students.olin.edu The Empty Space Theater, Contact bwynstra@babson.edu Literary Clubs Babson Literary Magazine Contact litmag@babson.edu Poetry Slam Team, Contact bthrash1@babson.edu Film Clubs FILM. Contact Eli.Sheldon@ students.olin.edu CINE. Contact irahvar1@ babson.edu Designed by Nancy Yang ‘13 * no dance events at this time ** cover photo courtesy of style.com


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