Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 15, December 14, 1999

| FRONT PAGE | CONTENTS | JOB-OPS | CRIMESTATS | Holiday Shopping 1999, Part Two | Y2K Update: "We Will Have Succeeded" (Beck) | TALK ABOUT TEACHING ARCHIVE | BETWEEN ISSUES | JANUARY at PENN | JANUARY EXTRAS! | CALENDAR INDEX  | DEADLINES


January Extras!

= back to January @ Penn Calendar

 Academic Calendar  Children's Activitiy Meetings| Conference  Exhibits
 Films  Fitness/ Learning  Music  On Stage
 Religion  Special Events  Sports  Talks | Readings

Go West! 3rd Thursdays

*Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposium*

 

 

Basket weaver Rosa Smith with her boat basket, ca. 1905. Photo by H.C. Meredith

 

Basket weaver Mary Posh, her husband Ned, their baby son Roger, and their daughter or niece, Margaret, ca. 1903. Photo by A.O. Carpenter.

 

Twined burden basket by Alice Worris. Diameter 76 cm. (30 in.). Photograph by Francine Sarin.

 

Basket weaver Alice Worris and her burden basket, ca. 1905, at the annual fish camp site on Upper Lake Shore (with framework for tule house behind her). Photograph by H.C. Meredith.

Pomo Indians and their baskets. From the University Museum exhibit "Pomo Indian Basket Weavers"-- October 10 through October 1, 2000. See Exhibits.


 

 

This carved stone, lidded ossuary dates back to the 7th-8th century. It can be seen as part of Treasures from Uzbekistan at the Arthur Ross Gallery courtesy of Registan Museum in Samarkand. See Exhibits.

 


 

 

 Nancy Davidson's sculpture , Neither Bigugly or Smallnice, 1995, can be seen at the ICA as part of the Breathless exhibition now through January 16. See Exhibits.

 


 

 

 David Graham's photograph, Bud Burkhart as William Penn, Three Arches, Levittown, PA, 1993, can be seen at the ICA in the All-American Boy exhibition now through January 16. See Exhibits.


Dance lessons as part of the Celebration of African Cultures at the University Museum. See  Special Events.

 


   
 Two of many photographs by Thomas Morton featured in the University Museum's Odunde exhibit, through January 2, 2000. See Exhibits.

 


 

 Academic Calendar  Children's Activitiy Meetings| Conference  Exhibits
 Films  Fitness/ Learning  Music  On Stage
 Religion  Special Events  Sports  Talks | Readings

Go West! 3rd Thursdays

*Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Symposium*


Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 15, December 14, 1999

| FRONT PAGE | CONTENTS | JOB-OPS | CRIMESTATS | Holiday Shopping 1999, Part Two | Y2K Update: "We Will Have Succeeded" (Beck) | TALK ABOUT TEACHING ARCHIVE | BETWEEN ISSUES | JANUARY at PENN | JANUARY EXTRAS! | CALENDAR INDEX  | DEADLINES