Weitz Calendar

Upcoming public events at
Carleton’s Weitz Center

(Note: times and venues are subject to change.  Carleton recommends verifying before you
attend: 
http://apps.carleton.edu/calendar/ .)

Film (Weitz Cinema)

Mon., May 22       7:00    Int’l Film Forum: “Remembering Nokutela” (US/South Africa, 2013)

The 4-year-long journey of Mali-born film director and Carleton Professor Chérif Keita to rescue Nokutela Dube (1873-1917), a forgotten woman pioneer of the liberation movement in South Africa, from the purgatory of history, almost a century after her death at the age of 44.

Fri., May 26          8:00    Student Union Movie Organization: “Get Out” (2017)

“A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend’s mysterious family estate.” (imdb.com)

                            11:00    “Get Out”

Sat., May 27         8:00    “Get Out”

                            11:00    “Get Out”

Sun., May 28        2:00    “The Thin Red Line” (1998)

“Terrence Malick’s adaptation of James Jones’ autobiographical 1962 novel, focusing on the conflict at Guadalcanal during the second World War.”  (imdb.com)

Screening and discussion with Cowling Distinguished Visiting Philosophy Professor David Davies.

                              8:00    SUMO: Harry Potter and The Dealthy Hallows Part 2 (2011)

Harry, Ron and Hermione search for Voldemort’s remaining Horcruxes in their effort to destroy the Dark Lord as the final battle rages on at Hogwarts.”  (imdb.com)

 

Museum exhibition (ends June 9)

An Other Thing: 2017 Senior Art Show

Twelve Carleton senior studio art majors show off their art.

Eclipse of the blood moon

Seldom are conditions so perfect as they were on Sept. 27 for a total lunar eclipse.   These photos were taken with Nikon D 7000 and 400 mm telephoto lens,  with multiple different f stops and speeds,  then assembled with Pic Monkey software.    Enjoy—–Ed

Blood Moon Eclipse

Our Friends, the Barred Owls

mother owl owletThe sunny view, on bottom, I take to be the female.   The fluffy smaller guy must be their owlet.  The third I believe is the male, being a bit smaller than the female.  I thank Sue Harper for finding the female for me, in the arboretum.   Ed
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