Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 20, January 30, 2001

| FRONT PAGE | CONTENTS | JOB-OPS | CRIMESTATS | W-2 FORM: 2000 | Impact of the Genome Project | TALK ABOUT TEACHING ARCHIVE | BETWEEN ISSUES | FEBRUARY at PENN | FEBRUARY EXTRAS! | CALENDAR INDEX  | DEADLINES


February Extras !

=Back to February AT PENN...

 Academic Calendar  Children's Activities Meetings  Exhibits
 Films  Fitness/ Learning  Music  On Stage
Conference  Special Events  Sports   Readings
Go West! 3rd Thursday Talks

 

 


 

Above: The Dive, 1999, oil and encaustic on wood, 84"x36" by Eleanor Schimmel

Top, right: Position V, 1998, oil and encaustic on wood, 24"x24" by Eleanor Schimmel

Bottom, right: Position XII, 1999, oil and encaustic on wood, 84"x36" by Eleanor Schimmel

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The Diving Board Series

Paintings on panels by Eleanor Schimmel. See Exhibits

 

 

 


 


ICA: Three Exhibits

Through February 4.

Lisa Yuskavage; Philadelphia artist's unsettling and provocative paintings

Hella Jongerius and Jurgen Bey; Dutch designers' Droog products made from recycled mass-produced objects

AT LEFT: Mei Ling Hom: Silkworm Grind; installation focusing on Asian women's experiences

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AT LEFT: Clint Takeda; Philadelphia artist; sculptures, drawings, and paintings of imaginary creatures in a Surrealist style.

ABOVE: Bruce Yonemoto; Los Angeles artist's first one-person American museum show; featuring video installation for the InterCommunciation Center in Tokyo.

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Paintings of William J. Bank, M.D.

 

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Jon Schueler: About the Sky.

at the Arthur Ross Gallery

 

Orange and White, 1952

A Woman in Love, 1964

Loch Eishort: Winter Dream, 1966

Light: Summer IV, 1970

Night Offering, 1976

Evening Blues, 1976

Deep Yellow Blues, 1984

Red and Black Sky Series, IV, 1985

Edinburgh Blues, 1981

Magda Series, 8: June Light, 1970

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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"-- now through February 25, 2001. See Exhibits.

 


 

back to On Stage

 


Celebration of African Cultures: February 17

 

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Top, left: Guina Marie Hammond, the "Truth Teller," offers storytelling at the Museum's Celebration of African Cultures. She uses the drum and sekere as accompaniment to her storytelling. Photo: Jennifer Gibson.

Top, right: Karen "Queen Nur" El-Amin, co-founder and director of Duinsity Storytelling Group, offers a family-oriented program, "The Games We Play: Stories, Rhythms and Rhymes in the Oral Tradition."

Bottom ,Left: Vena Jefferson from the Ballet Shango African Dance Theatre led visitors in a West African dance workshop at last year's Celebration. Photo: Jennifer Gibson.

Bottom, right: The Women's Sekere Ensemble will perform 11 am - 4 pm. Photo: Jennifer Gibson.

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 Academic Calendar  Children's Activities Meetings  Exhibits
 Films  Fitness/ Learning  Music  On Stage
Conference  Special Events  Sports   Readings
Go West! 3rd Thursday Talks


Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 20, January 30, 2001

| FRONT PAGE | CONTENTS | JOB-OPS | CRIMESTATS | W-2 FORM: 2000 | Impact of the Genome Project | TALK ABOUT TEACHING ARCHIVE | BETWEEN ISSUES | FEBRUARY at PENN | FEBRUARY EXTRAS! | CALENDAR INDEX  | DEADLINES