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(April 6, 2000, Gazette)

The Corridor Show, drawings, paintings and field sketches by faculty, staff and students of the Department of Geography, is on display through April in the corridor outside the general office, Science Building room S-2025. Here (L - R), dean of arts Terry Murphy, geography department artist-in-residence Christine Koch, and Dr. Roger White view artwork created by Dr. White. The show includes sketches and notes of students who attended the 1999 Ireland Field School. Ms. Koch offered sketching lessons to faculty, staff and students during her residency.

 

Thursday, April 6
Film society –
The MUN Cinema Series concludes the Winter 2000 season with All about My Mother/Todo Sobre Mi Madre (Spain 1999), at 7 p.m. in the Empire 12 cinema at the Avalon Mall. English subtitles. This comedy- drama is directed by Pedro Almodóvar and stars Cecilia Roth, Eloy Azorin, Marisa Paredes and Penelope Cruz. Rated R. 1999 Cannes-winning director, bravos all around. For more information, see www.mun.ca/film

Seminar – There is a biochemistry seminar titled Lipids and Genes: Interactions and Outcomes by Dr. Sukhinder Kaur, Biochemistry, at 1 p.m. in the L. A. W. Feltham Room, SN-4015.

Monday, April 10
Examinations begin, Winter Semester

Tuesday, April 11
Regular meeting of the Senate

Wednesday, April 12
Lecture –
The Wessex Society’s final public lecture of the season takes place at 8 p.m. in Hampton Hall, Marine Institute, Ridge Road. Historian/writer Ian Andrews of Dorset will speak on Newfoundland’s Dorset Ancestors. Everybody is welcome.

Wednesday, April 19
Examinations end, Winter Semester

Thursday, April 20
Concert –
The Debut Plus concert series continues with Este Mundo at 8 p.m. in the D. F. Cook Recital Hall in MUN’s School of Music. Este Mundo is a four piece group that specializes in a fusion of Spanish, Flamenco, classical and Latin-style jazz under the leadership of Paul Bernard. This instrumental group plays a mixture of ballads, dance rhythms and original compositions.

Friday, April 21
Good Friday

Wednesday, April 26
Lecture –
The Newfoundland Historical Society presents its second George Story Lecture. Dr. James K. Hiller will give a lecture titled 1713 to 3Ps: Ancient Treaties and the French Presence in Newfoundland, following the society’s annual general meeting at Hampton Hall of the Marine Institute on Ridge Road at 8 p.m. Everyone welcome, no fees, free parking and refreshments to follow.

 

ONGOING
ST. JOHN’S

The Corridor Show, drawings, paintings and field sketches by faculty, staff and students of the Department of Geography, is on display through April in the corridor outside the general office, Science Building room S-2025.

Students of fabric design at the Anna Templeton Centre have designed and produced a series of six major banners on the material culture of Newfoundland and Labrador for permanent display at the new exhibition space in Queen’s College Great Hall.