Datebook

Through Dec 2
Leonard Ragouzeos - Recent Paintings and Drawings
Payne Gallery
The exhibit focuses on the latest body of work from Leonard Ragouzeos, who takes from the past to create something new. The dark, richly worked surface of his ink drawings, as well as their figurative subject matter, can be traced back to artists like Rembrandt.

December 1
2nd Undergraduate Conference on Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Various campus locations
The return of this unique and important conference will include student papers and presentations, a plenary session, demonstrations and performances. Get all the details here

December 3
The N Word: Is There A Message in the Madness?
7:00 p.m., Prosser Auditorium
Eddie Moore, author, scholar, and diversity consultant, takes a look at the controversial N word and challenges participants to examine their own history with it.

December 6-January 27
Out of Time
Payne Gallery
Curated by Moravian assistant professor of art Angela Fraleigh, "Out of Time" showcases a range of artists working with the notion of time in various ways. Whether mining one’s personal past, culling from a public sense of nostalgia, creating a moment in time through social space, or projecting a memory into the future, each artist plays with the notion of the temporal.

December 7-9
November 1, December 2-3
8:00 p.m. (7 p.m. Sunday), Central Moravian Church
Christmas Vespers service.

December 10
Fall classes end.

December 14
Winter Wonderland
7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m., Johnston Hall
The annual Moravian holiday gala offers food, fun, and fellowship…if you remembered to RSVP by November 30.

December 24
Winter Break begins.

January 2
College opens.

January 19
Faculty Recital
7:30 p.m., Peter Hall
Featuring Deborah Andrus, clarinet, and Valerie Pearson, clarinet.

January 23
Gabriel Alegria's Afro-Peruvian Sextet
7:30 p.m., Foy Hall
Trumpeter/composer Gabriel Alegria combines his own distinctive approach to American Jazz with the music of black costal Peru. Afro-Peruvian instruments such as cajon (box drum) and quijada (jawbone), along with spectacular passages of zapateo criollo tap dancing enhance the ensemble's rich texture.