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|Apr 06, 2013|
|Karl Stirner: Transformations - Works in Steel|
Transformations - Works in Steel
A retrospective of the life work of 88-year-old sculptor Karl Stirner of Easton. Stirner's reputation in Lehigh Valley arts, especially in the city of Easton, is immense. There's even a section of the city named for him ? the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. The German-born Stirner started his art career at 23 as a professional drafter and then went on to teach at Tyler School of Art and Moore and Swarthmore colleges. His work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art, the Corcoran and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to name a few. Expect to see an exhibition of large- and medium-size steel sculptures and at least a dozen drawings.
|Celebrating Moravian Women|
During Women's History Month, as is our tradition, we would like to celebrate the talents of the women of the Moravian College community - faculty, students, staff, alumnae - in our annual exhibition in the H. Paty Eiffe Gallery of the Haupert Union Building. Please join the other women in the Moravian College community and take this opportunity to display your work ? and win prizes!
|38 Years of Dance at Moravian|
The 38th anniversary concert will consist of dance pieces choreographed by both students and teachers. The twenty-one dancer company will showcase their skill at ballet, tap, jazz, musical theater, modern, lyrical, and contemporary dance., s under the direction of Mary Anne Hoffman and Madeline Moore.
|Third Undergraduate Research Conference in German Studies|
The keynote lecture: Nitzan Lebovic (Lehigh University) "Tomorrow's Yesterday: Why Political Films are Obsessed with Nietzsche's Philosophy" will take place at 12:40 p.m. in the UBC Room (HUB).
Co-organized by Lafayette College and Moravian College, the conference will give students the opportunity to present their research in all German-related fields, the study of German literature, film and culture, art history, music, philosophy, history and politics. Complete conference program.
Admission $5 at the door
Alpha Sigma Tau presents this FUN annual competition to support Habitat for Humanity.