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|Oct 24, 2012|
|National Food Day - Informational Table|
National Food Day is a nationwide celebration and a movement toward more healthy, affordable, and sustainable food. Food Day takes place annually to address issues as varied as health and nutrition, hunger, agricultural policy, animal welfare, and farm worker justice. There will be an informational table about the Bethlehem Co-op in the HUB from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
|National Food Day - Scholl's Orchard|
There will be tables set up with literature, and fresh apples and goodies from Scholl's Orchard on Center Street (owner, Moravian College alumnae, Martha Scholl Ryan). Stop by our table, grab an apple, and learn more about healthy eating and buying locally!
|2012 Janet A. Sipple Lectureship - Bridgette M. Brawner, PhD, APRN|
Speaker: Bridgette M. Brawner, PhD, APRN
Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Health Equity Research, Center for Global Women's Health University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
"Sustainable Change: Health Equity Promotion through Active Community Engagement"
Dr. Bridgette M. Brawner is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing; she is a member of the School's Center for Health Equity Research and the Center for Global Women's Health. For the past seven years she has been involved in several local and international research projects focused on improving health and reducing risk behaviors.
|Tell Me How You REALLY Feel - Handcrafted Diaries & Journals|
From the Center of Book Arts
|Alumni Photo Show - Work by Edward Leskin & Jane Noel|
Edward A. Leskin, Images from Home and Abroad: A 24-Year Photographic Journey: Leskin was born in Allentown, PA, in 1965. A lifelong student of politics and fine arts, Leskin double-majored in Political Science and Studio Art at Moravian (Class of 1988). During his last year, he acquired an intense interest in photography. He attended Pratt Institute, where he received an MFA (Photography) in 1991.
Artis'ts statement: My work mostly addresses issues bigger than the individual. Subjects over the years include the rise and fall of Bethlehem Steel and its impact on the community, the impact and legacyof the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington D.C., the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the politics and social conditions in Russia, as well as many other issue of human significance. The camera offers an opportunity to express complex interpretations of real time events and issue that affect us all in some way. It is the act of pure creation from the soul motivated by events and themes that form hard time on many individuals.
Jane S. Noel, Tag Sale and Other Stories: The home is an archive of memories. But each family member has their own catalog. What happens when the family home is disbanded and the archive is no longer intact? In December, Noel's mother moved from the home where she had lived for 47 years. It was her task to clear what remained, a job most often done alone.
Artist's statement: I had the honor of studying Photography with Judith Joy Ross and graduated from Moravian in 1978. I continued my studies earning an M.A. from George Washington University and an M.F.A. from Vermont College of Fine Art. I primarily investigate the concepts of identity, gender, and contemporary issues. My medium of choice is photography but I am familiar with a variety of tools and will use whatever the project requires to complete the work. In my installation and community work, I try to create a context for interaction.