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(November 30, 2000, Gazette)

Big North: The paintings of John Hartman

Ontario artist John HartmanAn exhibition of large-scale paintings of Georgian Bay, Ontario, Great Britain and Newfoundland. Ontario artist Hartman's broad aerial viewpoints, inclusion of quirkily drawn references to local history, heavy impasto and expressionist brushwork will show Newfoundland viewers their environment from a different perspective. At the Memorial Art Gallery until Jan. 21.


Thursday, Nov. 29

Play – Eastward Ho is a city comedy produced by Memorial and directed by Dr. Denyse Lynde. It will delight audiences, young and old alike. The play has a cast of 35 characters which, along with a talented crew, bring the play to life. The core members of the troupe are students of the drama specialization. It plays at the Reid Theatre, Arts and Administration Building until Dec. 2. Tickets are $5. Come and enjoy satirical comedy at its best!

Friday, Dec. 1
Program – It's Scientific Day at the Faculty of Medicine. The full-day program, sponsored by Schering Canada, features presentations from 9:50 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. in Lecture Theatre F of the Health Sciences Centre and poster viewing in the hallway outside the office of the dean of medicine.

The MUN Percussion EnsembleSaturday, Dec. 2
Concert – MUN's Concert Band will perform the annual fall concert at 8 p.m. at the D.F. Cook Recital Hall, School of Music. Donald Buell will direct. The MUN Percussion Ensemble will be featured. Note the date change. Admission $5/$3. Tickets available at the door.

The MUN Percussion Ensemble are featured performers at the annual fall concert on Dec. 2.

Sunday, Dec. 3
Concert – The MUN Festival and Chamber Choirs, under the direction of Douglas Dunsmore, will be performing at the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist at 3 p.m. to mark the start of the Christmas season. Admission $5/$3. Tickets available at the door.

Monday, Dec. 4
Seminar – Dr. Maria Mathews, Health Services Utilization & Research Commission, Saskatchewan, will present a seminar Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe, Where do Patients Choose to Go? Patient Care Seeking Behaviour in Primary Care. The seminar takes place at 4 p.m. in Lecture Theatre B, Faculty of Medicine, Health Sciences Centre.

Wednesday, Dec. 6
Candlelight Vigil – The annual candlelight vigil commemorating the murders of 14 female engineering students at L'Ecole Polytechnic in Montreal will be held in the Engineering Building, EN-2006 at 6:30 p.m. The vigil will begin with a candlelight procession including representatives of student organizations, and will be followed by guest speakers addressing their experiences of working in our community to prevent violence against women. For more information, please contact Lori Yetman of the December 6th Planning Committee at 737-2015, or email
loriy@mun.ca

Thursday, Dec. 7
Seminar – Toba Bryant, University of Toronto, will present a seminar The Health Services Restructuring Process in Ontario: The Case of Women's College Hospital. The seminar takes place at 12 p.m. in Lecture Theatre H, School of Pharmacy (3rd floor), Health Sciences Centre.
Friday, Dec. 8

Seminar – Dr. Dennis Raphael, University of Toronto, will present a seminar Community Quality of Life: Making the Link Between Social Structure and Individual Well-Being. It starts at 12:30 p.m. in Lecture Theatre D, Faculty of Medicine, Health Sciences Centre.

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