ReThink INK: 25 Years at the Mixit Print Studio The second installment of the exhibition reThink INK: 25 Years at the Mixit Print Studio celebrates the work of artists who have worked in this collaborative print studio over the 25 years since its founding in the former Mixit soap factory in Somerville, Massachusetts. Comprised of 150 works from over 70 artists, reThink INK was organized by Randy Garber, Jane Goldman, and Catherine Kernan, partners of the Mixit Print Studio, and includes the work of Susan Schmidt, professor of visual art.
Gallery Talk by Randy Garber Artist and Mixit Print Studio partner Randy Garber will give a talk about her work from noon - 1 p.m. at the Cantor Art Gallery. Garber describes her piece "To My Surprise", on view in the exhibition reThink INK as "expressing the nature of generating ideas: the back and forth, the intuitive and cognitive, and the trial and error processes that characterize the way I make prints."
Escape Retreat The retreat is led by a team of students, chaplains, and a member of the faculty. It is a great opportunity to meet new people outside of the residence hall and the cluster, take some time away from campus, and to have the opportunity to really think about the first year at college.
Griot presented by the Black Student Union - Unity Week Griot is an annual event hosted by the Black Student Union (BSU) in the fall that evokes the importance of African storytelling. However, Griot is not limited to just reading a selection, but exhibits how storytelling can be used in a variety of forms (dance, song, poetry, or a musical instrument) for the purpose of communication among a community.
SEELOS THEATER FILM SERIES "World War Z": Rated PG-13. Starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, Daniella Kertesz, and James Badge Dale. Gerry Lane, a United Nations employee, must travel the world in order to stave off a Zombie apocalypse. Fri., Nov. 8 and Sat., Nov. 9: Showing at 7 p.m.
THE LONDON MERCHANT - Fenwick Theatre Scott Malia directs this seldom-seen eighteenth-century tragedy about George Barnwell, a naïve young apprentice who is seduced by the prostitute Sarah Millwood. She leads him down a path of duplicity, theft and murder; as his loved ones try to prevent his descent into crime, the young man wrestles with his sense of duty, identity and morality. George Lillo’s gripping play asks whether we can ever achieve true forgiveness and redemption.