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Arts@DePauw calendar for week of Oct. 10

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Ongoing Events

Friday through Nov. 6: Indiana Artists Series: "2D(A)," Low Road Gallery, 104 W Washington St.

This exhibition of work by Michelle Given, Jennifer Herrold, Justin Schwab and Rachel Wolfson is the first of four media-themed group shows that highlight some of the best contemporary artists in the state. In particular, the work in 2D(A) features paintings and photographs that focus on the figure and how individuals fit into uncomfortable and unusual spaces. From Herrold's colorful narratives to Wolfson's quiet buildings seemingly devoid of human presence, viewers will connect with feelings of being an individual immersed in an often overwhelming environment.

Now through Oct. 15: Faculty Exhibition, Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center

A biannual exhibition featuring recent work by members of the DePauw University studio art faculty. For more information please call 658-4336 or check www.depauw.edu/galleries

Now through Dec. 10: "The Veil: Visible and Invisible Spaces," Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center

By engaging perceived wisdom about the veil -- particularly current clichés and stereotypes about Islamic practices -- this exhibition reflects on the ubiquity, importance, and profundity of the veil throughout human history and imagination.

"Terrence Hannum: New Rites," Sept. 22 through Dec. 10, Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center

Terrence Hannum's paintings, drawings, and video installations employ the imagery and rituals of underground music subcultures as a means of exploring the transcendence and impermanence of sound and performance.

Individual Events

Friday: Opening Reception and Artist Talk: "Indiana Artists Series: 2D(A)," 7 p.m., Low Road Gallery, 104 W Washington St.

See left for details.

Monday: Film: "An Education," 7:30 p.m., Ashley Square Cinemas, downtown Greencastle

A suburban London 16-year-old finds her traditional education replaced by something slightly more sinister when an older, worldlier suitor sweeps her off her feet. What transpires places her steadfastly pursued Oxford University future in grave jeopardy.

Thursday: Guest Artist Recital: Andrew Peter, organ, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Kresge Auditorium

Andrew Peters maintains an active recital schedule playing at venues across the United States. He is a member of the American Guild of Organists and former Dean of the Nashville, Tennessee chapter. His recording, "Spirited Sounds in a Small, Sacred Space," played on the 14-rank Schoenstein Organ of the Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church in Franklin, Tennessee, was released in 2008.

DePauw Jazz at the Duck: Bleau Django, 9-11 p.m., The Fluttering Duck, The Walden Inn

In its 11th season, DePauw Jazz at the Duck is a weekly jazz series dedicated to bringing diverse programming to the DePauw and Greencastle Communities. Bleau Django presents music in the style of French gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt.



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