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  • The acclaimed author, illustrator, educator, and commentator returned to campus to discuss her long career, her inspirations, and pedagogical approaches.

  • Resistance After Nature, the latest show in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, opened Friday, March 17, with a talk by its curators and a reception.

  • The junior political science major curated a collaborative exhibition, now on view in Magill’s Sharpless Gallery, on the history (and future) of the peacemaking Quaker organization that was founded at Haverford College.

  • Fifteen of the pop artist’s famed silkscreen prints from the College’s permanent collection, including those featuring Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly, are on display in the Atrium Gallery as part of a new exhibit.

  • ALL BIG LETTERS, an exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of graffiti and curated by RJ Rushmore ’14, opened in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery on Jan. 20.

  • As part of the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery’s “Bring Your Own Body” exhibit, filmmakers Reina Gossett and Sasha Wortzel previewed “Happy Birthday, Marsha!,” their forthcoming film about Marsha “Pay it No Mind” Johnson and her life in the hours before she ignited the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City.

  • Brooklyn-based data artist and web developer Josh Begley came to campus for a talk on his work, which uses data to make visual modern America’s problems, from police violence to immigration to mass incarceration.

  • Courtney Lau ’17 and Nishat Hossain ’18 explore sculptures and archives through an eight-day series of performances.

  • Before Monday’s on-campus concert by the Network for New Music Ensemble, the ensemble’s performers played some pieces written by students in Ingrid Arauco’s composition course.

  • Performer and educator Hongyong Jia shares the historical and well-loved Chinese tradition with the Haverford community.

  • Consent to be Seen, a two-years-in-the-making project of Courtney Carter ’17, showcases 13 portraits by artist Riva Lehrer in Magill Library’s Sharpless Gallery.

  • The latest exhibit, featuring the work of transgender artists and archives, was celebrated and discussed at its opening on Friday. The show is up through Dec. 11.

  • Marshall Auditorium hosted a lineup of a cappella groups, the Chamber Singers, and other campus musicians as part of the cross-country concert series.

  • Wellness, community, and filmmaking were discussed at a screening of a rough cut of Vicky Funari’s latest documentary, which was made with the aid of young alums and students.

  • On Wednesday night Ruth Marshall Magill Professor of Music debuted Synaesthesis I, inspired by and presented near the paintings in Ying Li’s Geographies exhibit.

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