Posts tagged oberlin
Posts tagged oberlin
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Final Tuesday dinner— chickpeas with feta, tomatoes and cucumbers; spiced quinoa, sweet potatoes, and poached pears.
It’s been a pleasure cooking for y’all! Stay sane during finals.
Harkies had a blast at the Big Parade last Saturday. Did you go?
Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art Denise Birkhofer contributes another blog post to Artsy.net on “The Felt Suit of Joseph Beuys.” Our multiple of the suit is on view through May 26 in the Ellen Johnson Gallery.
Joseph Beuys (German, 1921–1986)
Suit of Clothes, 1970
Fund for Contemporary Art, 1972.48
Talking about public health is hard. Talking about public health on a global and cross-cultural level is harder. And it’s especially hard because there are no obvious (if any) solutions. One of the recurring internal conflicts ghU brought up for me this week is the idea that the Western science…
What is your earliest memory of singing?
I’ve wanted to be a singer since I was tiny, but my first concrete memory of singing is my very first voice recital in 4th grade. I forgot the words to “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and stood like a deer in headlights on stage forever trying…
Who is the coolest dressage team ever? Oberlin College Dressage Team!
This Saturday, Oberlin College Dressage Team (OCDT) held Horse Games. We played Egg & Spoon, Peppermint Relay, Red Light/Green Light, Witch’s Broom and Bribe Your Horse. It was awesome and so much fun; everyone was laughing.
Here are pictures with the team in our team shirts for the year (Swag), which we also painted.
The top photo from left to right is: Rachel Y. (2015), Jane C. (2014), Rebecca C. (2014), Kelli F.K. (Coach), Festival (1991 RPSI mare), and Devon L. (2013).
So. Much. Fun.
More pictures coming soon.
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What makes your #seniorrecital special?
I’ll be performing two pieces by Tchaikovsky in Russian; they’re rarely done in recital here but they’re so heartfelt and beautiful. Also, the second half of the recital consists of pieces from Aaron Copland’s 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson which…
Hi Everyone !I’d like to invite you to my studio this Friday 17th between 5:30pm and 7pm. Please come by whenever you can before Art Walk. I will be showing work made this year with assistance from the Grant in Aid program at Oberlin College. My studio is in an industrial looking building near the intersection of E. Lorain St and Park St.BestGrahamOpen StudioFriday 17th5:30 - 7pm