Commentary and discussion of the Saint Anselm Community
Elsa Voelcker's work in "Hot Hot Hot!", An Exhibition by The Central Massachusetts Women’s Caucus for Art
It's “Hot Hot Hot!” at Rollstone Studios for the next few weeks.
Quatrain Release and Poetry Reading
The 2010 issue of the Quatrain was released at an event at the Chapel Arts Center on Thursday April 15. The theme of this issue was Refractions of Light and featured a cover image by Rose Forrester. The issue had a new layout incorporating images produced with the help of Nicole Spezzaferri, who was recognized during the ceremony by Chief Editor Krista Pierce.
Pictures from Prof. Drew Dalton's Party April 27 2010.
Great Books Society: Baudelaire Poetry Reading and Discussion
Friday, April 30, 2010
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Bradley House Lounge
A unique day of exhibition and programming
Video Of Macbeth Performance from Shakespeare's Birthday.
10 minutes of video. This will take a few seconds to load.
Clips of Prof. Brown, Father Peter, Prof Koneiczka,and Prof. Kuehne Reading Sonnets at Shakespeare's Birthday
Clips of Prof. Brown, Father Peter, Prof Koneiczka,and Prof. Kuehne Reading Sonnets at Shakespeare's Birthday. April 23. 2010.
Clip 1: Prof. Brown
Clp 2: Father Peter
Clip 3: Prof Koneiczka
Clip 4: Prof. Kuehne
Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center
Photos of the Sonnet Readings for Shakespeare's Birthday 2010 by Noelle Poremski
Learning Liberty: Education in Liberty and the Liberal Arts
in conjunction with the Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center
“This is Liberty”
Wednesday, April 28, 2:30 pm
Dr. Meoghan Cronin, Associate Professor, English Department
for her lecture
"'Grant me at least a new servitude'! This is Liberty for the Brontë Sisters"
Abbey Player Cabaret
Cushing North Lounge
The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies is sponsoring a panel presentation on the spirituality, philosophy, theology, and political career of Saint Anselm of Canterbury. Panelists include Fr. John Fortin, O.S.B., of the Philosophy Department, Professor Kevin McMahon of the Theology Department, and Professor Kevin Cherry of the Politics Department. Following panel presentations, there will be an opportunity for questions from the audience. This annual event is held in honor of the Feast of Saint Anselm and all members of the Saint Anselm community are invited and encouraged to attend.
Presentations will take place in the North Lounge of the Cushing Center.
Juried 2010 Student Exhibit at the Chapel Arts Center.
Lucubrations Launch Part at the Art House April 16, 2010
"Addressing the Needs of the Newest Americans: Theory and Practice Issues in Social Work with Refugees"
Elaine Congress, Ph.D., of Fordham University will be presenting a lecture entitled "Addressing the Needs of the Newest Americans: Theory and Practice Issues in Social Work with Refugees." Dr. Congress has written extensively on this subject and has years of experience working on the behalf on the refugee population in the US. She is currently serving as UN representative for the International Federation of Social Workers and the North American representative on the IFSW International Ethics Committee. Come listen and learn about this important issue.
This event will be held at NHIOP.
The senior Fine Art majors will be displaying their work and presenting their thesis statements [studio and art history emphases] that they have been working on over the last two semesters.
Please join us on April 23rd, 2010 from 4-6 p.m. in the Comiskey Art Center [across the street] to check out the thesis works of:
RhondaLeigh Dauphinais (Art History)
Cristina M. Keiley (installation)
Deidra Golino (painting)
Alice Palazzolo (painting)
Kara Consigli (design)
There will be light refreshments. Come and Enjoy!