In the Kitchen is an exhibit that highlights sculptural and functional ceramic kitchenware pieces. Sculptural work is open to interpretation, but could be tome l’ceil or narrative and open to ceramics with mixed media components.
This exhibit was juried by Kristin Müller and curated by Lisa York.
The Hood College Center for the Humanities 2015-16 colloquium series on Impossible Dreams is hosting a Don Quixote reading group. The colloquium series’ website is hood.libguides.com/colloquium and includes a full reading schedule and a blog where people can comment about the book.
Participants may read any translation or the original Spanish. The leaders of the group, Professor Katy Fulfer and librarian Aimee Gee, will be using Edith Grossman’s recent English translation. A few free copies of the book will be available at the library’s reference desk to members of the community on a first-come, first-serve basis.
This year is the 400th anniversary of the completed “Don Quixote,” and 2016 will mark the 400th anniversary of the author’s death.
This is an informal, drop-in reading group. For more information, contact Fulfer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-696-3211 or Gee at email@example.com or 301-696-3909, ext. 3975.
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