Oditas Pan-Am (1999), from the exhibition Against the Wall: Painting
Against the Grid, Surface, Frame at the ICA
through Feb. 10.
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intereston campus and around the world.
Highlights for Jan/Feb 2002.
For more detailed listings, please see Alumni
The Penn secondary-school committee will
hold its annual Regular Decision interview day on Saturday, Jan. 12. If
you are interested in interviewing applicants, please contact the SSC
chair Kathe Brown at (770) 955-3698 or <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Southern California. The local Wharton club is holding a
post-holiday reception in late January. All Penn alumni living in or visiting
the Los Angeles area are invited join any of the Wharton-club events.
For more information, check out the Web site (www.whartonsocal.com),
click on Events.
Seattle Penn Alumni Club members will gather on Saturday, Feb.
2 for a snowshoeing trip near the Alpental Ski Area. And the club will
host a dinner party at Buca DiBeppo on Friday, Feb. 22. For more information,
contact Alexa Chiang at (206) 250-3020.
are invited and encouraged to suggest candidates, who must be degree-holding
alumni, for two At-Large Alumni Trustee positions. Appointees to these
positions will serve five-year terms, commencing in January 2003. Suggested
candidates will be given consideration by the Nominations Committee of
the University of Pennyslvania Alumni Society.
Award of Merit
Alumni are also
encouraged to suggest candidates to receive next years Alumni Award of
Merit, to be presented during Homecoming Weekend 2002. The award is given
for outstanding service to the University of Pennsylvania and can be presented
to non-alumni. Suggested candidates will be given consideration by the
Awards and Resolutions Committee.
Names of candidates,
for both the Alumni Trustee positions and the 2002 Alumni Award of Merit,
should be sent by January 15, 2002 to: The University of Pennsylvania
Alumni Society, c/o Executive Secretary, E. Craig Sweeten Alumni House,
3533 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6226 or <email@example.com>.
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Club of SoCal
University of Pennsylvania Alumni Club of Southern California, consisting
of many of Penns most successful professionals in the film and
music industry, hosts numerous events centered around its vibrant
Penn Hollywood community. New club president Matt Rosler C96 has
created PennFest, at The Knitting Factory in Hollywood on Feb. 19.
The event will be a celebration of Penns talented rising filmmakers
and musicians with 500+ Penn Club members and friends expected to
Throughout the evening, films will be playing on screens throughout
the club, interspersed with musical acts on the main stage. The
works of our talented alumni to be presented include a 2001 Academy
Award Nominated Short Film, films broadcast on the Cinemax and Showtime
Channels, and films showcased at the Sundance Film Festival. Musical
acts include bands featured in film and television programs, including
NYPD Blue, as well as bands that have opened for Harry Dean
Stanton and Guster.
Matt says, The purpose of this exciting event is to provide our
talented community with an opportunity to share their accomplishments
and to form associations with other like-minded alumni.
Currently the planners are looking for companies or individuals
to help sponsor the event, in return for
featured advertising on mailings and promotional materials during
the event. If your company might be interested in sponsoring this
event, contact Scott Glosserman C99 at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
For information on submitting your work for this years PennFest,
contact Deborah Lintz C99 at <email@example.com>.