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  1. Yoga in the Galleries returns January 31 through July 25, 2018. This Kripalu yoga class, led by certified instructor Eva Blutinger, is held every Wednesday at 10.
    $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate Level members and above. Cash, check or pay online: www.tinyurl.com/AUMtix Please bring your own mat.

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  2. Fresh fruits, vegetables, Amish cheese and yogurt from Agora Farms and hearth baked breads and treats from Girardot's Crumbs Bakery!
    Location: The Quad, between MGC and the LibraryTime: 11:00am - 4:00pm
    http://www.american.edu/hr/ahealthyu/farmers-market.cfm

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    Human Resources
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  3. Frank DiPerna  Retrospective is a comprehensive survey of the artist’s photographic work over more than forty years. Comprised of multiple bodies of work beginning in 1974 continuing through today; each project was accomplished through using the most advanced technology of the time -- from black and white to color film to the classic Polaroid SX-70 to the possibility of digital color photography. …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  4. Czech artist Katerina Vincourová focuses on the fragile nuances of interpersonal relations and at the same time abstracts such notions into an examination of networks and shifts in time and space. The exhibition Arteria thus becomes a holistic system, a large-scale spatial drawing, rather than a collection of individual art works. Personal is political for Vincourová, who intersects her …more

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  5. Downing’s distinctive geometrically organized canvases, executed during the height of the “Washington Color School,” that glorious moment in American painting born in Washington, DC in the late 1950s and 1960s, constitute a singular and important body of work in twentieth century art. With the perspective of hindsight, Downing’s elegant “circle/dot” compositions are seen to rival those of his …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  6. Abel Tilahun, a multidisciplinary artist from Ethiopia, explores universal human experience through the manifold meanings we associate with the human body, its parts, its sustenance, and its loftiest ambitions in Vital Signs. The exhibition reflects the artist’s skill in sculptural installation, video art, painting, and drawing, linked by a common thread of semiotic concerns and an unwavering …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  7. Brian Dailey’s multiscreen video installation WORDS is the artist’s investigation into the relationship between language, culture, and national identity and the challenges we face in our efforts to communicate key concepts across linguistic boundaries and national borders in the age of globalization. His virtual Tower of Babel is a contemporary turn on the canonical story explaining the worldwide …more

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  8. Once a month, a service of reflection and prayer for our campus, nation, and world will be held in Kay Chapel.  The service is open to the entire AU community.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  9. Latter-Day Saints (Mormon) community meetings led by Michael Cottle, Ed. D.  Meetings are held Wednesdays from 12:00PM-1:20PM during the academic year. 

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  10. This meeting is an opportunity for students and Chaplains of various faith communities to come together and plan interfaith activities, as well as build understanding about the beliefs and traditions of the Kay communities.  

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  11. There is an urgent need for blood donors! You will be someone's hero – in fact, you could help save more than one life with just one donation.
    With just a little time you can save a life.
    Speed up your donation by filling out this https://www.redcrossblood.org/rapidpass the day of your donation.

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  12. Join us for insight meditation with our Theraveda monk, Bhante Uparatana, who will begin with a lovingkindness meditation, breathing/insight mediation, and a dhamma lesson. All levels welcome. no prior experience needed.

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    Kay Spiritual Life Center
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  13. The Interfaith Project is hosting an interfaith religious text reading series.  Everyone is welcome!

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  14. Catholic Mass 6 PM

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  15. Hillel and CDI are co-sponsoring a dialogue mini-series around the themes of power, privilege, race, and anti-Semitism. This is an intra-group conversation for individuals who identify as Jewish. Pre-registration is required.

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  16. Program to begin at 8:00 p.m.
    Join Associated Press reporter Sadie Gurman and Politico Pro reporter Margaret Harding McGill as they discuss how to build sources, sort fact from fiction and scoop the competition while working a beat.
    Open to all AU Students. First come, first seated.

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  17. Screening of Real Rock 12
    McKinley Building, Room 101
    Free and Open to the Public (first come, first seated)
    AU Outdoors is hosting its first ever film screening! We will be showing Reel Rock 12, a brand new rock climbing documentary about some of the best professional rock climbers today. This event will be a fundraiser for AU Outdoors to help buy gear such as tents and sleeping bags to help …more

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    School of Communication
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  18. Every Nation Campus (ENC) is a church based campus ministry that meets at least once a week to encourage one another through relationships, conversation, prayer, and practical application of biblical truths and principals.
    The group is open to any student, faculty, or staff, regardless of religious background or affiliation. Our desire to create an environment where anyone from any background can …more

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  19. Diving at Zone Championships

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    Athletics and Recreation
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