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St. A's is doing the Sketchbook Project

Saint Anselm is Doing a Sketchbook

**The deadline has passed for the Saint Anselm discount, but feel free to order direct from the link above and join us. 

  • Saint Anselm is participating in the Sketchbook Project from Arthouse as a college community, spear-headed by Fine Arts & Lucubrations.
  • We received a discount as a group to both purchase & digitize the sketchbooks.
  • We'll hold our own mini-exhibition at the end of the fall semester to share what our sketchbook/journal entries have produced.
  • You fill up your sketchbook by January 15 and we ship them off to join a whirlwind tour of 6 exhibitions. One of the 1st stops is Portland, Maine and then NYC, then off to western states.
  • When the sketchbooks come back, they become part of a permanent collection housed at the Brooklyn Art Museum in NY.
  • Writing, Prose, Collage, Painting, Stitching, Drawing, Doodling, Photography are all valid approaches to tackling these themed sketchbooks which, for many Fine Arts courses this fall, will augment the usual sketchbook/journal requirements and provide students with ready subject matter with which to experiment and respond.
  • We'll post ongoing lists of tips and mini-assignments for filling up your sketchbook on Lucubrations and host a couple of Sketchbook parties in Comiskey with art supplies and fun and easy techniques. Questions? email: Prof. Asbury - kasbury@anselm.edu



Great Books Society: Wordsworth and Coleridge Poetry Reading

Sep 6 2010 6:00 pm

Great Books Society: Wordsworth and Coleridge Poetry Reading

 

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, Goody Blake, The Thorn, and more.

Bring your favorite Wordsworth or Colereidge poem to read

 

Food (Baked Albatross?) and Refreshments (Water water everywhere) provided

 

 

Bradley House Lounge

 

Quatrain Release and Poetry Reading

Quatrain Release and Poetry Reading

The 2010 issue of the Quatrain was released at an event at the Chapel Arts Center on Quatrain CoverThursday 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 Professor Dalton's Party

Pictures from Prof. Drew Dalton's Party April 27 2010.

April Tree near Geisel Library by Claudia Bissett

April Tree near Geisel Library by Claudia Bissett

April Tree near Geisel Library by Claudia Bissett

Great Books Society Baudelaire Reading and Discussion

Apr 30 2010 3:00 pm

Great Books Society: Baudelaire Poetry Reading and Discussion

Date:
Friday, April 30, 2010
Time:
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Bradley House Lounge

Chapel Arts Tout Ensemble Friday April 30

Apr 30 2010 10:00 am
Apr 30 2010 4:00 pm

Tout Ensemble

A unique day of exhibition and programming

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poster

Lucubrations site translated into Music from Codeorgan

Hit play to hear this page

or go to Codeorgan and paste in lucubrations.org. Our main page sounds great.

We sound much cooler than http://www.anselm.edu or http://dbanach.com, for example.

Video Of Macbeth Performance from Shakespeare's Birthday.

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

Chapel Jazz: The Gleason Brown Quintet. Thursday April 29 7PM

Apr 29 2010 7:00 pm

Alva deMars Megan  Chapel Art Center

presents

Chapel Jazz

Photos of Shakespeare's Birthday 2010 by Noelle Poremski

Photos of the Sonnet Readings for Shakespeare's Birthday 2010 by Noelle Poremski

"This is Liberty" Prof. Meoghan Cronin. Wednesday April 28, 2:30 PM

Apr 28 2010 2:30 pm

Learning Liberty: Education in Liberty and the Liberal Arts

in conjunction with the Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center

announces

“This is Liberty”

Wednesday, April 28, 2:30 pm

with

Dr. Meoghan Cronin, Associate Professor, English Department

for her lecture

"'Grant me at least a new servitude'! This is Liberty for the Brontë Sisters"

Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus June 18-20 in Milford (with Prof. Josephson as Marcus)

Jun 18 2010 8:00 pm
Jun 20 2010 8:00 pm

imageTITUS ANDRONICUS

with Professor Josephson of the Politics Department

http://www.gltne.org/Current.htm

 

Performances:

June 18th, 19th and 20th at 8:00pm

All performances at The Amato Center for the Performing Arts

 

Abbey Players Cabaret: Thursday 7:30 PM Cushing

Apr 22 2010 7:30 pm

imageAbbey Player Cabaret

Thursday

Cushing North Lounge

7:30PM

Panel Presentation on Saint Anselm

Apr 20 2010 7:30 pm

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.

Juried 2010 Student Exhibit at the Chapel Arts Center.