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October 2000

10-09-2000 PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALUMNUS SETH RUBIN WILL BE EXHIBITED AT WOODS STUDIO, BARD COLLEGE His exhibition, A night landscape, will be on view at Woods Studio gallery from Thursday, October 19, through Saturday, November 18 Full Story
10-09-2000 "JEWISH ORIGINS OF THE EUCHARIST OR MASS" TOPIC OF TALKS BY REV. DR. BRUCE CHILTON Talks will be given in Middletown and Fishkill, New York Full Story

September 2000

09-22-2000 "DISCUSSING AMERICAN JUSTICE," A LECTURE SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE, WILL EXPLORE ISSUES OF THE PRISON-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, CAPITAL PUNISHMENT, DRUG LAWS AND NONVIOLENT CRIMES, THE SUPREME COURT, AND JUVENILE JUSTICE Full Story
09-21-2000 CHINESE FILM MINI SERIES WILL BE SCREENED AT BARD COLLEGE IN OCTOBER Full Story
09-21-2000 "BUDDHIST–CONFUCIAN ENCOUNTERS AND CONTRIBUTIONS TO CHINESE CULTURE" WILL BE DISCUSSED BY BARD AND VASSAR PROFESSORS ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 16 Full Story
09-20-2000 AUTHOR AND BARD ALUMNA PENELOPE ROWLANDS WILL SPEAK ABOUT HER WRITING CAREER AND NEW BOOK, WEEKEND HOUSES Full Story
09-06-2000 WHITING AWARD-WINNER, WILLIAM T. VOLLMAN, WILL READ FROM HIS RECENT WORKS AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
09-06-2000 PIANIST BLANCA URIBE AND HARPIST SARA CUTLER JOIN THE AMERICAN SYMPHONY CHAMBER ORCHESTRA FOR THE BARD-VASSAR CONCERTS ON SEPTEMBER 22 AND 23 Full Story
09-06-2000 “COLOMBIA’S ENDLESS WAR: DRUGS, GUERILLAS, AND U.S. FOREIGN POLICY” IS TOPIC OF MAJOR CONFERENCE AT BARD COLLEGE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Full Story
09-04-2000 WOODSTOCK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES CONCERT SCHEDULE AT BARD COLLEGE FOR THE 2000–2001 SEASON September concert features harpist Kathleen Wychulis in a program of Persichetti, Tchaikovsky, Handel, and Debussy Full Story
09-01-2000 RENOWNED COLORADO STRING QUARTET COMES TO BARD FOR ONGOING TEACHING RESIDENCY
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09-01-2000 SELECTIONS FROM HAVOC IN HEAVEN, A BEIJING OPERA, WILL BE PERFORMED BY JAMIE H. J. GUAN AT BARD COLLEGE Full Story
09-01-2000 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY EXPLORES GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON SEPTEMBER 28 Second Annual Open Forum Series Starts with "Climate Change: the Science, the Economics, the Politics. What Do We Know and What Are We Doing about It?" Full Story

August 2000

08-31-2000 DISTINGUISHED SCIENTIST LECTURE SERIES AT BARD COLLEGE CONTINUES SEPTEMBER 23 WITH OLIVER SACKS Renowned Neurologist and Best-Selling Author of Awakenings and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat Will Speak About His Boyhood Love of Science Full Story
08-28-2000 THE "HISTORY OF CABARET" COURSE FEATURES A PERFORMANCE BY LESLIE HOLMES ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 Holmes will explore the "Origins of the French Cabaret" in a lecture/recital program Full Story
08-25-2000 BARD CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND ALUMNI/AE JOIN TOGETHER FOR CLEAN UP THE WORLD DAY Full Story
08-23-2000 PRINTS 2000, CURATED BY BERNARD GREENWALD, IS ON VIEW AT BARD COLLEGE THROUGH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 Featured artists include Ken Gray, Hitoshi Nakazato, Marko Maggi, Judith Mohns, and Laura Moriarty Full Story
08-22-2000 BARD COLLEGE CONTINUING STUDIES PROGRAM ANNOUNCES FALL 2000 COURSES Course subjects include cabaret, figure drawing, hieroglyphics, literature, mathematics, method acting, photography, social work, and writing Full Story
08-21-2000 ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE, THE COLORADO STRING QUARTET, WILL PERFORM AT BARD COLLEGE ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 Full Story
08-20-2000 ELEVENTH ANNUAL BARD MUSIC FESTIVAL CELEBRATES THE MUSICAL WORLD OF LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Full Story
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