(Note: times and venues are subject to change. Carleton recommends verifying before you attend:
Films (Weitz Cinema)
Tue., Nov. 5 4:00 Documentaries on Waste Streams
Four short documentaries by students from the CAMS Non-Fiction course exploring waste streams at Carleton and the greater Northfield area.
Thu., Nov. 7 7:00 International Film Forum: “Slingshot Hip Hop” (Israel, 2008)
“The voice of a new generation rocks and rhymes as Palestinian rappers form alternative voices of resistance within the Israeli-Palestinian struggle.” (imdb.com)
Fri., Nov. 8 8:00 Student Union Movie Organization: “Monsters University” (2013)
“A look at the relationship between Mike and Sulley during their days at Monsters University–when they weren’t necessarily the best of friends.” (imdb.com)
Sat., Nov. 9 8:00 “Monsters University”
Dance (Weitz Theater)
Fri., Nov. 8 7:00 Semaphore fall concert
Carleton’s repertory dance company presents a concert.
Sat., Nov. 9 7:00 Semaphore fall concert
Sun., Nov. 10 7:00 Zorongo Flamenco
Renowned flamenco troupe presents an evening of music and dance.
Drama (Weitz Theater)
Sun., Nov. 3 2:00 Carleton Players: Twelfth Night
Shakespeare’s classic comedy, a satire on love. Directed by Ruth Weiner.
Reservations: on the web at https://carleton.tixato.com/
Museum exhibitions (through November 21)
Directed: the Intersection of Book, Film and Visual Narrative
An exhibition exploring the common territory of two engaging artistic practices: book arts and film.
Single Species Translations
Jessica Rath (artist/breeder) and Laura Cooper (artist/forager) expand their artistic practices through intense focus on a single species.