Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Weekly Announcements: WEEK 2| September 24-September 30

OSU Grads to Present in Hawaii

The work of three Graduate Students has been accepted for presentation at the 6th Annual Hawaii International
Conference on Arts & Humanities in January, 2008!

Congratulations to Julie Cruse, Jenai Cutcher, and Kate Enright.

Senior Concert Meeting

What: SENIOR MEETING
When: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28: 2:45-4:15pm
Where: In the Conference Room
Why: A JOINT session between THE SENIOR ADVISING COLLOQUIUM GROUPS and THE SENIOR CONCERT organizational team.....among other things, the purpose of this joint meeting is to clarify the relationship between your senior project and our senior concert.

Dance Linx Workshops and Auditions

OSU's hottest hip hop dance team will be having free dance workshops this Saturday, September 29. The event starts at 1:00pm in multipurpose room 3 of the RPAC. Immediately following at 3:00 will be auditions for the team. Come to the workshop, the audition, or both! It's always a good time! For more information visit www.freewebs.com/dancelinx

Dance on Camera Screening #1

Thursday, October 4, 7pm

BABEL
(USA) 7.22 min
Peter Sparling -- A former member of Martha Graham Dance Company returns in a solo that would only be possible on screen. Mirroring the voices in Arvo Part's score, he reveals four physical personalities. He transcends boundaries of gender and character while charting a man's struggle to embody his own metamorphosis.

REIMERSWAAL
(The Netherlands) 8 min 2004
Clara van Gool, Suzy Blok -- The poem Reimerswaal by Gerrit Achterberg is the point of departure for this film that follows a couple as they engage in a mysterious mating dance in and under water. When the playfulness is lost, they try to separate; perhaps we witness a crime of passion.

MOVEMENT (R)EVOLUTION AFRICA (a story of an art form in four acts)
(USA) 65 min
**2007 Jury Finalist
Joan Frosch & Alla Kovgan -- In an astonishing exposition of choreographic fomentation, eight African choreographers tell stories of an emergent art form and their diverse and deeply contemporary expressions of self. Stunning choreography and riveting critiques challenge stereotypes of "traditional Africa" to unveil soul-shaking responses to the beauty and tragedy of 21st century Africa.

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