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A staged reading directed by Carl Menninger of the play 4000 Miles, by Amy Herzog.
Starring Sylvia Greenberg with Darren Rabinowitz, Jordan Dong, Ariana Kruszewski and Jeffrey Gan. Presented by special arrangements with Samuel French, Inc.
Admission is free, but reservations are required via: Greenberg4000Miles@gmail.com.
Ending the Cold War: Culture, Dialogue, and Diplomacy
Abramson Family Recital Hall
This event is open to the public: RSVP is required via IRC@american.edu by noon on Friday, April 11 (and please note dress/ID requirments below). A reception from 4:00 to 6:00 follows the symposium.
Symposium Panel Discussion, 1:30-4:00:
The Honorable Selwa Roosevelt
Chief of Protocol of the United States (1982-1989)
Author and Consultant to President Reagan on Russian Culture …more
Perambulators: MFA Thesis Exhibition
Katzen Museum Third Floor Exhibition
AU's Department of Art proudly presents the work of MFA Thesis candidates in the late spring exhibition Perambulators. The multidisciplinary Studio Art program showcases an exciting range of artwork including works in painting, sculpture, collage and material studies, photography and new media. The MFA Thesis Exhibition Perambulators features work by the following artists: Andy Baritz, Jody Fang, …more
Gallery Talk: Some Uses of Photography: Four Washington Artists
Katzen AU Museum
What is the definition of photography? Join exhibition curator Phyllis Rosenzweig as she discusses the evolution of photography since the 19th century and the variety of techniques seen from today. Admission is free.
Presented in conjunction with the Feminist Art History Conference.
Lecture by Visting Artist Michelle Grabner
Katzen AU Museum
Join the AU Museum and Department of Art for a lecture with Michelle Grabner, curator of the 2014 Whitney Biennial, as she discusses her practice and her most recent work with husband and long time collaborator Brad Killam, My Oyster#7, on view in the AU Museum through December 14.
This event is free and open to the public.
Exhibition organized by Tim Doud, Associate Professor, Department of …more