Datebook: An Idiosyncratic Calendar

Wednesday, April 24

Saki Mafundikwa, founder and director of the Zimbabwe Institute of Visual Arts in Harare, will discuss his plan to build an “African Bauhaus” and how the institute is faring under the repressive Mugabe regime. 1:00 p.m. , Graphics Lab (Room 7), Hurd Campus. Ext. 1680.

Sally Fortino ’72, artistic director of the Schlosskonzerte Bad Krozingen in Germany, plays the fortepiano in the intimate acoustics of Hearst Hall. 8:00 p.m. $10, $5 seniors/students. Ext. 1650.

Friday, April 26

Fore! Sigma Phi Epsilon holds its third annual golf outing at Green Pond Country Club to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Bethlehem. Entry fee ($75) includes lunch and dinner. Information: Paul Block ’02, or 610 625-6018.

Sunday, April 28

Moravian College Choir, Women’s Chorus and Vocalis chamber ensemble break into song, accompanied by the Moravian Chamber Symphony under the baton of David A. McConnell. Featured works are by Beethoven: the “Coriolan” overture, Mass in C and the “Choral Fantasie,” with Debra Torok as piano soloist. 4:00 p.m., Foy Hall. $5. Ext. 1650.

Monday, April 29

More Beethoven! Pianist Robert Taub completes the eight-concert cycle of the 32 piano sonatas. This program features the “Pastoral,” the “Lebewohl” and the very last sonata, Op. 111, in which are heard the voices of angels. Pre-concert talk at 7:15 p.m., book-signing after. 8:00 p.m., Peter Hall. $15.

The senior show, at Payne Gallery through May 19, features work by graduating art majors Juddson Billie, Erin Boyle (left), Jeff Ciocci, Rebecca Copes, Jill Cortiglia, Christopher Dewalt, Jerod Dobry, Michael Forster, David Halchak, Shawn Hinkel, Krystol Kessack, Jeremy Kiechel, Jennifer Mack, Lauren Muscarella, Joseph Nanoah, John Spisak, and John Wefing. Also displaying work are Jennifer Hankins, Rebecca Sabo, and Hideo Someha, who all graduated in December 2001.

Photo by Michael Wilson

Priscilla Payne Hurd, chairman of the Board of Trustees, with graphic design major Erin Boyle ’02, Philadelphia, whose self-portrait was named best in the “Art by Moravian Women” show.The display, organized by Jan Ciganick, celebrated Women’s History Month in the HUB in March.

April 23, 2002

Dream Destinations
Two Moravian students are off on new adventures this summer. Emily Shertzer '02 will train for U.S. Olympic pentathlon team, Stacie Roos '03 has internship on newspaper for the homeless in Cape Town, South Africa.
High Societies
Inductions into art, English, economics honor societies.
Media Matters
Two campus events showcased on 'Lehigh Valley Tempo.'
Walk for the Cure
Pledges sought for Avon breast cancer walk in October.
Achievements of faculty and staff.
Nominal Rewards
Nominations needed for alumni, administrative staff awards.
Campus events.
Campus-wide announcements.
This Just In ...
Post-deadline additions to Datebook.
Required Reading
New Yorker article about Harvard's studio art program.