Sep ’12
10
5:00 pm

Monday, Sept. 10, 5 p.m.
HUB Fitness Studio

Group Exercise Classes begin Monday, September 10. We're offering many classes including ZUMBA, Yoga, & Kickboxing.

Classes are FREE for students and available to faculty/staff at a cost - $5/day pass, $20/Five Punch Card, & $100 Semester Pass


Nov ’12Dec
614

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 4 p.m. - Friday, Dec. 14, 4 p.m.
Karl Drerup Art Gallery, D&M

History and Techniques of Printmaking

Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 6 4-6pm, lecture at 5:15.

On display for the first time at PSU are works by Durer, Hiroshige, Goya, Kollwitz, Piranesi, Christo, Miro, Boucher, Braque, Rauschenberg and Homer, among others in this wonderful teaching collection. This exhibit is a historical overview of the varieties of methods, techniques and styles produced by artists from 1500 to the present. Technical examples of work include woodcuts, lithographs, etchings, engravings and serigraphs. The collection, owned by painter and teacher George Burk, is curated by George's son, art historian Efram Burk.


Nov ’12Dec
1314

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 5 p.m. - Friday, Dec. 14, 5 p.m
Silver Center for the Arts
Joseph Blajda: Stuffed Toy series
Opening Reception: Nov 15, 5-7 p.m.

Joe Blajda '75 is an accomplished painter, musician and teacher, and an avid surfer. In his oil paintings he examines the moods and color of his environments, whether internal or external, neighborhood visions or ocean tranquility.


Nov ’12Nov
2629

Monday, Nov. 26, 10 a.m. to Thursday, Nov. 29, 3 p.m.
HUB

The Communication & Media Studies Honor Society, Lambda Pi Eta will be selling t-shirts in the HUB Monday, November 26-29 for the Men's Hockey Game on Thursday, November 29, 2012. The shirts are only $10, supplies are limited!
So grab one now!


Clothing Swap

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Nov ’12
27
5:00 pm

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 5-8 p.m.
EcoHouse

As an act of environmentalism and to de-clutter one's wardrobe, fill a bag of old, unused or unwanted clothing over Thanksgiving Break. Trade an old sweater for a more desirable one or trade an expensive item for 1 or more items that seem equivalent in quality. The trade will function based on the honors system. Bring along your old shoes, t-shirts, pants, accessories, etc. in exchange for something more suiting and fresh. All are welcome!


Nov ’12
27
5:30 pm

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Draper and Maynard 314

Gowri Savoor is a visual artist, working in environmental sculpture and creating works on paper. Born in Manchester, England, Gowri was educated in Manchester and Leeds and moved to the United States in 2007. She has exhibited in the US, the UK and internationally. Gowri has work in several public collections including the Manchester Dental Hospital (UK),The Children’s Center in Flowery Field (UK) and Johnson State College (US). Grants include Arts Council England Professional Development Grants, Creative Industries Awards and most recently the Vermont Arts Council Creation Grant.
Recent shows include The McLean Project for the Arts, VA, the Bank of America Plaza, Charlotte, NC and the Helen Day Art Center, VT. Gowri also works towards bringing art to the community and believes passionately in the power of participatory, community art events. More information and examples of the artist’s work can be found at www.gowrisavoor.com
This is public lecture open to all.


Nov ’12
27
7:00 pm

Tuesday, Nov. 27, 7 p.m.
Smith Recital Hall, Silver Center for the Arts

The theme for this year’s Sidore Lecture Series is “The War on Nature.”

Marilyn Wyzga, co-founder and convener, NH Children in Nature Coalition

For most of human history, children grew up connected to nature, the land, and the seasons. What happens when that connection is broken? How can the connection be restored? Marilyn Wyzga draws on new research to explore the vital connection between children and nature; the environmental, social, psychological and spiritual implications when that connection is broken; the national conversation ignited by Richard Louv’s groundbreaking book Last Child in the Woods; and possible solutions to “nature deficit disorder.”

Wyzga coordinates the New Hampshire Children in Nature Coalition, an organization she co-founded in 2007, and serves on the grassroots leadership team for the national Children & Nature Network. For 20 years she’s guided schools in creating schoolyard habitats and outdoor classrooms. The author of Homes for Wildlife and co-author of Integrated Landscaping: Following Nature’s Lead, Wyzga was honored with the New England Wildflower Society’s Education Award 2009, and recognized as Conservation Communicator of 2011 by the Northeast Fish and Wildlife Association.

Free tickets are available at the Silver Center Box Office.



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