FEBRUARY AT PENN
talk scheduled for February 19, Access to HIV Care and
Treatment in Africa: How Do We Help as Researchers
and Clinicians, is at 1 p.m. not noon as previously printed.
following February UPM talks have been cancelled:
February 3--Fashion Firsts and February 19--Sumerians
Among Us: Cultural Continuity and the Geopolitics of the
Plato Songs; audio installation for three headphones by artist
Chris Mann; Slought Foundation. Through February
Olson at Goddard, 1962; 4 hours of recordings
of Mr. Olson reading poems from Maximus III, Maximus V and The Distances
and giving a talk on Melville; Slought Foundation. Through February 21.
New Venue for Art at Penn
Tracks, by Demetrius Oliver, a second year fine arts graduate student,
will be on view in the Amistad Gallery which is named for the
1839 revolt on the Slave Ship Amistad.
of Dawn; digital photography
by School of Design graduate student Demetrius Oliver;
the new Amistad Gallery in the W.E.B. Du Bois College House;
reception, 7-9 p.m.; featuring an original poem, written
especially for the occasion by Trish Williams, dean of
Du Bois House. Open
noon-9 p.m. Through March 31.
of Community Housing
Seminars held at 4046 Walnut St. Register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Implications of Buying a Home;
Housing 101; noon-1 p.m. & 1-2 p.m.
Counseling and Repair; 5:30 p.m.
and Clyde; introduction by Timothy Corrigan, director of Cinema
The Bridge Cinema de Lux (Penn Cinema Studies).
Piano; introduction by Timothy Corrigan,
director of Cinema Studies Program; 5 p.m.; The Bridge
Cinema de Lux (Penn Cinema Studies).
Concert with Sonic Openings Under Pressure; 8 p.m.; Slought
Foundation; $12 (Slought Foundation).
Todd Haynes’ Women’s
Pictures; Patricia White, Swarthmore College; 5 p.m.; Film
Studies Room, Van Pelt Library (History of Art).
Art History, and Art Historians in Fiction; Charlotte Schoell-Glass, Hamburg
p.m.; Rich Seminar Room, Jaffe Bldg. (History of Art).
Finance Career Panel; 4 p.m.; Crest Room,
the ARCH (External Affairs).
deadline for the Update is each Tuesday, for the following
issue. The deadline for the March AT
PENN calendar is Tuesday, February 10. For more information,