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Monday, 27 April, 2015
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    When Dr. Wes Whiteside retired from EIU in 1987, he continued to nurture and develop his diverse botanical garden on 5 acres of former farmland.  He is partnering with EIU, so it will continue to serve students and our community.  It is a self-sustaining resource for education, research and outreach.  This is an extraordinary resource in our locale.  There will be items (water bottles, t-shirts, etc.) for purchase.

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community
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    The EIU Chemistry Department is proud to host our final External Speaker of the Year, Dr. Alison Fout. She will be speaking about "Understanding the interplay between non-covalent interactions and anion reduction in a non-heme system". Dr. Fout teaches at the University of Illinois at Champaign.

    Tags: Alumni | College of Sciences | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Lectures/Seminars
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    The Department of Communication Studies hosts the annual Betty Lou Balasi Public Speaking Contest. Students who are enrolled in CMN 1310/1390, Introduction to Speech Communication, this semester are eligible to compete in this preliminary round. The preliminary round will be held in various classrooms in Coleman Hall. Check-in for contestants is at 5:30 p.m. in Coleman 1210. The round starts at 6 p.m. Audience members are welcome to attend. The top students from this round will advance to the final round on Tuesday 04/28 in Lumpkin Auditorium.

    Tags: College of Arts and Humanities | Communication Studies | Community | Current Students | Faculty
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    The EIU Department of Music presents Tim Layden, horn, in a senior performance recital.

    Tags: Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | College of Arts and Humanities | Community | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Faculty | Music Department | Prospective Students
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Tuesday, 28 April, 2015
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    Asian Studies Minor degree recipients and paper awards recipients will be recognized at the annual awards ceremony on Tuesday, April 28. Paper presentations will start at 1 p.m. and at 4 p.m. in 1895 Room in the Union. Please join us to celebrate the recipients' great academic and personal accomplishments related to Asia!      

    Tags: Alumni | Community | Current Students | Diversity/Inclusive Excellence | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    Members of the Online Board will meet. 

    Tags: Conferences/Meetings | Graduate School
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    The Department of Communication Studies hosts the annual Betty Lou Balasi Public Speaking Competition. The final round features the top students who advanced from the preliminary round held on 04/27. Students compete for monetary prizes including $500 for first place. The public is welcome to attend.

    Tags: College of Arts and Humanities | Communication Studies | Community | Current Students | Faculty
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    All volunteers for Spring Area 9 Special Olympics Spring Games will meet at 6:00 April 28,2015 in Buzzard Auditorium.  If you can not come to this meeting please come to 1212 Buzzard Hall on April 29 or 30 to pick up volunteer information and assignments.

    Tags: Col. of Education & Professional Studies | Current Students
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    Pantera is a student-operated full-service restaurant which is part of the Commercial Quantity Food Production class (FCS 3784). FCS 3784 uses the theory-practice model allowing students to experience "real-world" examples, and gives them hands-on experience to develop the skills and knowledge they need when they enter the workplace. Every Tuesday, students will offer a different themed menu.

    • Pantera offers two options: our Prix Fixe Menu includes four courses and our Special Menu includes two courses.
    • Advance reservations are required to eat at Pantera. When you make a reservation, please choose which menu you will be ordering from for that night. Orders can be changed the night of the meal. Follow the link below to the Pantera website for reservations.
    Tags: College of Business and Applied Sciences | Current Students | Faculty
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    The Department of Music presents the EIU Jazz Ensemble in concert, featuring classic jazz and modern compositions in a variety of styles.

    Tags: Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | College of Arts and Humanities | Community | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Faculty | Music Department | Prospective Students
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Wednesday, 29 April, 2015
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    The CENCERE Renewable Energy Research Mentorship Program will meet every Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock in Room 1151 Klehm Hall on the EIU campus.

    Tags: CENCERE
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    Sean Towey will defend his English MA thesis titled "For Quality and Training Purposes" on Wednesday, April 29 at 12 p.m. in the English Department Conference Room.

    All are welcome to attend.

    Tags: Alumni | College of Arts and Humanities | Current Students | English Department | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    A tour across the ages focusing on critical events, personalities and locations that helped to define the Scottish nation and its place in the 21st century.  Participants will be provided with a handout and materials. Scotia Books and Things will be on hand to view and available for purchase.

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community | Lectures/Seminars
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    Help EIU's recycling efforts through our toner pick up. Volunteers will go to several departments on campus to pick up used toner and ink cartridges. Please wear good walking shoes and dress for weather. Saving the environment can be fun!

    To learn more or to register please visit www.eiu.edu/volunteer and click on “Volunteer Now.”  You must register prior to attending this event. 

    Tags: Community | Current Students | Faculty | Student Community Service
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    We will read three memoirs written by women, including I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, by Maya Angelou, Blue Nights by Joan Didion, and The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls.  The focus of the class meetings will be discussion preceded by a short lecture.  Topics of discussion will include the blurring of boundaries between fiction and memoir, the role that gender plays in the writing of memoir, and the various ethical issues involved in writing about personal matters.  We will also talk about writing your own memoir.

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning | Alumni | Community
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    There will be a department meeting on Wednesday, April 29, at 4:30 pm, in CH 3170, to discuss and vote on approval of the revised Department Bylaws.

    Tags: English Department | Faculty
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    Each spring, the EIU Communication Studies Department honors the top student work in video, audio, and web design at its annual Multimedia Contest. Faculty judge the entries and award monetary prizes to the top entries. 

    To submit an entry, all current majors should apply using this online form. Entries must be submitted by 5 p.m. on April 29, 2015. The categories include Video Commercial/PSA, Video News, Documentary, Creative Video, Radio Spot, and Web Page.

    The top three productions in each category will be publicly screened on Monday, May 4th at 7 p.m. in Coleman Hall 1255. There is no admission fee and all students and community members are welcome to attend the screening. 

    Tags: Arts and Entertainment | College of Arts and Humanities | Communication Studies | Current Students
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Thursday, 30 April, 2015
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    T.J. Martinson will defend his English MA thesis titled "The Shadow of the Hyperobject in Thomas Pynchon's V. and Gravity's Rainbow" on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at 11 a.m. in the English Department Conference Room.

    All are welcome to attend.

    Tags: Alumni | College of Arts and Humanities | Current Students | English Department | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    The annual scholarships and awards ceremony is to recognize students' achievements, triumphs and hard work. This event takes place in the Roberson Auditorium, Lumpkin Hall.

    Tags: College of Business and Applied Sciences | Current Students | Faculty | Veterans Affairs
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    The campus community is invited to the lawn of Old Main at Eastern Illinois University to celebrate the end of the school year with live music, barbecue and family-fun activities.

    The Old Main Lawn Party will be from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, on the lawn in front of Old Main with campus and community members throughout Coles County encouraged to attend the free, family-fun celebration.

    The evening will include music by the Freezelands, a local husband-wife duo from the band Jac Freeze. Their acoustic arrangement will include music from old country favorites to rock. EIU’s Office of Student Community Service will provide games for adults and children.

    Parking for the lawn party is available in the X lot to the east of Old Main. The University Police Department will not ticket after 4:30 p.m. on April 30 in the X lot. In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved into Old Main.

    The lawn party is co-hosted by EIU and the Charleston Chamber of Commerce. For more information about the event, click here.

    Tags: Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Prospective Students
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    Volunteers are needed to help at the Charleston Food Pantry. Volunteers will get a chance to help serve our local community by helping organize and distribute food to Charleston Food pantry clients.

    To learn more or to register please visit www.eiu.edu/volunteer and click on “Volunteer Now.”  You must register prior to attending this event. 

    Tags: Community | Current Students | Faculty | Student Community Service
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Friday, 01 May, 2015
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    Area 9 Special Olympics  will be held at O'Brien Field on Friday May 1, 2015. Volunteers are needed.  To volunteer pick up and return a volunteer form to 1212 Buzzard Hall prior to March 27,2015. Student volunteers are needed from 7:30 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. Volunteers must commit to a time block.

    The community and EIU students are invited to attend the event and cheer the Special Olympians on; opening ceremonies are at 9:00 a.m. and track and field events begin at 10:00 a.m. through to 2:30 p.m..

    Tags: Alumni | Col. of Education & Professional Studies | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Family and Consumer Sciences | Kinesiology and Sports Studies | Prospective Students | TotalEIU
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    Senior Undergraduate Honors students in Communication Disorders and Sciences will present their thesis projects, followed by refreshments.

    Tags: Alumni | Communication Disorders and Sciences | Community | Current Students | Faculty | Honors College
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    Volunteers will be mentoring elementary students by helping out during recess and lunch time. They will also be exposing the children to diversity.

    To learn more or to register please visit www.eiu.edu/volunteer and click on “Volunteer Now.”  You must register prior to attending this event. 

    Tags: Community | Current Students | Faculty | Student Community Service
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    The is the weekly JUMA prayer for Muslim faculty, students, and community members.  It is a congregational prayer.  Non-Muslim faculty, students and community who want to observe are welcome.  Prior notification is requested due to limited space. 

    Tags: Alumni | Current Students | Faculty | RSO Event
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    The EIU Department of Music presents Tyler Seawood in a junior jazz piano recital at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 1, 2015.

    Tags: Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | College of Arts and Humanities | Community | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Faculty | Music Department | Prospective Students
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Saturday, 02 May, 2015
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    Presented is art in all media by area school students grades kindergarten through high school, selected by the students’ Art teachers, to showcase some of the best creations produced in area Art programs.  The students represent approximately 45 area schools’ programs taught by certified Art teachers.  The exhibition is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications and is presented in cooperation with the participating schools’ Art teachers. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    Five students from Directing class will each present a 10 minute play of various content as part of the final for Directing. A great presentation of student work.

    Tags: Alumni | Arts and Entertainment | College of Arts and Humanities | Community | Current Students | Doudna Fine Arts Center | Faculty | Prospective Students | Theatre Arts Department
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Sunday, 03 May, 2015
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    Presented is art in all media by area school students grades kindergarten through high school, selected by the students’ Art teachers, to showcase some of the best creations produced in area Art programs.  The students represent approximately 45 area schools’ programs taught by certified Art teachers.  The exhibition is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications and is presented in cooperation with the participating schools’ Art teachers. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Nathalie Miebach explores the intersection of art and science by translating scientific data from meteorology, ecology and oceanography into woven sculptures and as performance art. Basket weaving, her main method of data translation, functions as a simple, tactile grid to interpret data into 3-D space. The role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of complex scientific systems is central to her work.  Miebach is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including a Pollock Krasner Award, a TED Global Fellowship, and a 2012 nomination for the World Technology Award. Her work has been shown in the US, Europe and Australia and has been reviewed by publications spanning fine arts, craft, design, science and technology. She lives and works in Boston.  The Weather’s Turning Weird… is the 2014-15 Tarble Humanities Exhibition and part of the EIU Center for the Humanities’ investigation of the concept “Authenticity.” See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Featured are Historic Period and contemporary ceramics from the American Southwest and Navajo weavings from the Tarble Arts Center’s study collection complemented by pieces from area public and private collections. This exhibition serves as the basis for the Tarble’s Fifth Grade Enrichment program for area schools April 1 – May 15; presented in cooperation with the EIU Art Education program and underwritten by First Mid-Illinois Bank & Trust. See online at eiu.edu/tarble.

    Tags: Tarble Arts Center
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    Booth Library will host an exhibit titled "The Artwork of Russell Means" from April 13-May 15.

    About Russell Means (1939-2012): An American Oglala Lakota activist for the rights of Native American people and libertarian political activist, Russell Means became a prominent member of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after joining the organization in 1968. He helped organize notable events that attracted national and international media coverage.

    The artwork exhibited at the reception is on loan from EIU Alumnus Dr. Gordon Grado and his wife, Mary. Both are longtime admirers of Russell Means and recently acquired the artwork from the Means estate.

    Tags: Booth Library
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    Enjoy lunch at this 1866 one room school house turned into a general store and then a small café serving traditional American breakfast and lunch.  After lunch we will be entertained by the Old Time Radio Theater.  The first performance will be "Life of Riley".  Chester A. Riley was a simple man, but his life certainly was not!  He got into one jam after another and then would utter his famous line, "What a revoltin' development that is!"  The next act will be George Burns and Gracie Allen.  Burns and Allen are one of the most beloved couples in old time radio.  The third show will be the Bickersons, this radio series began in 1946 and continued until 1951.  John and Blanch spent nearly all their time together in a relentless verbal war!

    Tags: Academy of Lifelong Learning
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    Late night meal is served! Eat a delicious meal to kick-off finals week. 

    Tags: Current Students | Dining | Housing
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