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View Shakespeare & Company presents ‘I’ll Be Thine, Valentine: Romeo and Juliet’ Illustration of red rose

Shakespeare & Company presents ‘I’ll Be Thine, Valentine: Romeo and Juliet’

Shakespeare & Company presents two performances of “I’ll Be Thine, Valentine: Romeo and Juliet.”
Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts
View Black Hair + Storytelling as a Form of Social Activism St. Clair Detrick-Jules

Black Hair + Storytelling as a Form of Social Activism

St. Clair Detrick Jules will discuss her journey photographing and interviewing 101 Black women with natural hair.
Sponsored by: Clark University Office of Diversity & Inclusion
View Digital Bomarzo: Gallery Talk and Exhibition Opening Steps leading up to a gray stone cave surrounded by greenery. The cave has a face carved into it with a large mouth over the entry way, eyes, and a nose.

Digital Bomarzo: Gallery Talk and Exhibition Opening

Professor John Garton will discuss “Digital Bomarzo,” an international collaboration aimed at preserving the site of Pier Francesco ”Vicino” Orsini’s 29-acre sculpture park (ca. 1551–85) in Bomarzo, Italy.
View Wallace W. Atwood Lecture: Kendra McSweeney, The Ohio State University Jonas Clark Hall at Clark University

Wallace W. Atwood Lecture: Kendra McSweeney, The Ohio State University

Kendra McSweeney, professor of geography and distinguished scholar at The Ohio State University, will deliver the annual Wallace W. Atwood Lecture.
Sponsored by: Graduate School of Geography

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