Sunday, April 27th
Men's Tennis MWC Tournam
Individual Tournament: Madison, Wis
Sunday, Apr 27, 8:30 a.m. Away
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Sunday, Apr 27, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Softball vs. Lake Forest
Sunday, Apr 27, 1:00 p.m. Lake Forest College; Lake Forest, IL
Baseball vs. Knox
Sunday, Apr 27, 1:00 p.m. Knox College; Galesburg, IL
Dance Performance: Out-Foxing the Wolf
Choreographed by: Celeste Miller
Sunday, Apr 27, 2:00 p.m. Bucksbaum 191 - Flanagan Theatre
MATINEE PERFORMANCE ON SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 2PM.
Monday, April 28th
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Monday, Apr 28, 11:00 a.m. Rosenfield Center 206 -Conference Operations Office
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Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Monday, Apr 28, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Tuesday, April 29th
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Tuesday, Apr 29, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Wednesday, April 30th
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Wednesday, Apr 30, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Baseball vs. Augustana
Wednesday, Apr 30, 7:30 p.m. Augustana College; Rock Island, IL
Thursday, May 1st
Men's Golf MWC Championships
Thursday, May 1, 9:30 a.m. Away
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Thursday, May 1, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Cliteracy presented by Sophia Wallace
Thursday, May 1, 7:00 p.m. ARH 102 - Kallaus Lecture Hall
Friday, May 2nd
Softball MWC Tournament
Friday, May 2, 9:00 a.m. Away
Men's Golf MWC Championships
Friday, May 2, 9:30 a.m. Away
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Friday, May 2, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Latin American and Jazz Ensembles
Latin American and Jazz Ensemble Performance, Gabriel Espinosa, Director
Friday, May 2, 7:30 p.m. Bucksbaum 104 - Sebring-Lewis Hall
Saturday, May 3rd
Softball MWC Tournament
Saturday, May 3, 9:00 a.m. Away
Men's Golf MWC Championships
Saturday, May 3, 9:30 a.m. Away
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Saturday, May 3, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Baseball vs. Cornell
Saturday, May 3, 12:00 p.m. Cornell College; Mt. Vernon, IA
Track and Field: Monmouth Invite
Saturday, May 3, 12:00 p.m. Monmouth College; Monmouth, IL
Sunday, May 4th
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Sunday, May 4, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Baseball vs. Cornell
Sunday, May 4, 12:00 p.m. Baseball Diamond
Monday, May 5th
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Monday, May 5, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Tuesday, May 6th
Exhibition: Complex Conversations
Faulconer Gallery Exhibition: Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works
Tuesday, May 6, 11:00 a.m. Bucksbaum 131 - Faulconer Gallery
Willie Cole grew up in post-industrial Newark, N.J., and sees himself as an “urban archaeologist.” His work draws from traditional African art to create contemporary works in many media, and is best known for his found-object sculptures, prints and photographs. In his art, Cole transforms everyday mass-produced objects into precious icons or symbolic representations that explore ideas of diversity, identity, and commercialization. Complex Conversations: Willie Cole Sculptures and Wall Works is an exhibition comprised of forty works assembled from public and private collections, including a piece acquired for the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College Art Collection in 2000. The exhibition was organized by the James W. and Lois I. Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Western Michigan University. Patterson Sims, Curator.
Notices
AA 11th. Step Meeting
Meets every Monday@ 7:00pm, all are welcome! 1233 Park St (Park & 8th Ave) (Back of building, North entrance.) For information about other anonymous support groups in Grinnell visit http://www.grinnell.edu/offices/chaplain/aa.
Text Study
Inter-religious Text Study with the Chaplains --Rev. Deanna Shorb and Rabbi Rob Cabelli. We will be focusing on the oft-ignored Book of Numbers, containing some of the Bible’s greatest stories – think talking donkeys, anxious scouts, jealous siblings, eager rivals, and sticks and stones make …water – provocatively juxtaposed to names, rules, and numbers. Tuesdays at noon in the CRSSJ (beginning Jan 28), lunch provided, all are welcome! RSVP to Stacey Cannon [cannonst] by noon on Mondays. Questions? Contact Stacey @ x4981 Deanna Shorb, [shorb] or Rob Cabelli, [cabellir].
Grief and Loss Group
Tuesdays at 8:00pm A safe place and time to talk about grief, illness, death, parental divorce and other losses. Meet with other students who are also grieving and helping each other to navigate life on campus. Join us as often or rarely as you choose. Facilitated by Chaplain Deanna Shorb, Rabbi Rob Cabelli Questions, shorb@grinnell.edu or cabelliri@grinnell.edu, x4981.
Religious Life Office and Walk-In Hours
Open hours for conversation and counseling with: Dean of Religious Life, Deanna Shorb: [shorb] Mondays (2:00 – 3:00 pm) Spencer Grill and Tuesdays (10:00 am – 11:30 am) CRSSJ Rabbi Rob Cabelli [cabellir] Tuesdays (10:30 am – Noon) Wednesdays (3:00pm-4:00pm) and Thursdays CRSSJ (1:00pm – 2:00 pm) Spencer Grill Adjunct Muslim Prayer Leader , Kamal Hammouda [hammoudk] Or if you would like to schedule a counseling session/private conversation with the Dean of Religious Life or Rabbi, please call X4981 or e-mail directly to [SHORB].
Christian Science Organization
Wednesdays @ 1:15 pm The Christian Science Organization is composed of students, faculty, and staff who are striving to perceive the spiritual sense of the Scriptures and to apply this understanding to their daily lives, demonstrating the science of Christianity. At the weekly meetings we explore issues together and share ideas and experiences relating to our individual spiritual progress. Anyone seeking a deeper awareness of the dominion of Spirit and its spiritual resources is welcome to attend. For further information and questions please email [ROBERTDC].
Marijuana Anonymous Meeting
Meets every Wednesday and Saturday@ 5:00pm, all are welcome!!! 1233 Park St (Park & 8th Ave) (Back of building, North entrance.) For information about other anonymous support groups in Grinnell visit http://www.grinnell.edu/offices/chaplain/aa.
Gumma: Muslim Prayer
Fridays @ 12:30pm Prayer is led by prayer leader Kamal Hammouda. For more information please contact [HAMMOUDK] or questions about prayer time can be directed to X4981.
Marijuana Anonymous Meeting
Meets every Wednesday and Saturday@ 5:00pm, all are welcome!!! 1233 Park St (Park & 8th Ave) (Back of building, North entrance.) For information about other anonymous support groups in Grinnell visit http://www.grinnell.edu/offices/chaplain/aa.