Weitz Calendar

Upcoming public events at
Carleton’s Weitz Center

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

Films (Weitz Cinema)

Mon., Jan. 15     7:00    International Film Forum: “Last Call” (2013)

Part 2 of the “Ecological and Civilizatory Crisis: Envisioning a Sustainable Future and an Equitable and Fair World.”
Documentary telling the story of the rise and fall, and of today’s rebirth of one of the most important environmental books of all times, “The Limits of Growth.”  Presenters: Kim Smith, Prof. of Environmental Studies and Political Science; Aaron Swoboda, Assoc. Prof. of Environmental Studies and Economics

Wed., Jan. 17     7:00    IFF: “Donella Meadow’s Lecture: Envisioning a Sustainable World”

Part 3 of the “Ecological and Civilizatory Crisis: Envisioning a Sustainable Future and an Equitable and Fair World.”
Presenter: Joel Weisberg, Prof. of Physics and Astronomy.  Skype Session with Elizabeth Sawin, former student and colleague of Donella Meadows

Fri., Jan. 19        8:00    SUMO: “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” (2017)

“A mother personally challenges the local authorities to solve her daughter’s murder when they fail to catch the culprit.” (imdb.com)

                          11:00    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri                             

Sat., Jan. 20       8:00    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

                          11:00    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Talk and discussion (Weitz 236)

Thu., Jan. 18      7:00    “Immigration Justice and Local Power”

Community members and students will discuss how county structures can be shaped to be welcoming of immigrants.

Dance (Kracum Performance Hall)

Fri., Jan. 19        7:30    Guest Artists: Katha Dance

Under the direction of Rita Mustaphi, the Katha Dance company presents “Yatra – the Journey” – The Journey of Kathak Dance of North India.

Theater (Weitz Theater Studio 172)

Sat., Jan. 20       7:30    “Anarchy! (a handbook)”

Why rage when you can revolt? 9 easy lessons, in 9 radical scenes, on how to turn your personal life into political theater. First time tragedy, second time farce!


Museum exhibition (through Mar. 12)

Glimpses of Eternity: Icons in the Orthodox World

Listing compiled from Carleton Campus Calendar by Rich Noer

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