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Calendar for April 12 - April 25


Library Schedules

Entertainment

Exhibits

Lectures

H.E.E.L.S. for Health

Miscellanea

Training

Varsity Sports



ENTERTAINMENT

OPEN DOOR THEATRE

Call 933-4650. Carolyn@theopendoor.net

4/16 A Mislaid Heaven. Staged reading. Swain.

8 pm. No reservations; $5 suggested donation.

CAROLINA UNION PERFORMING ARTS SERIES

Call 2-1449 or see http://www.unc.edu/depts/union

4/18 Moscow Festival Ballet, Giselle. Memorial.

8 pm. $

MEDIEVAL STUDIES FILM FESTIVAL

Films shown in 039, Johnston Ctr, Graham

Memorial. 7 pm.

4/13 The Name of the Rose.

4/20 The Return of Martin Guerre.

PLAYMAKERS REPERTORY COMPANY

Call 2-7529, http://www.playmakersrep.org

Paul Green Theater. Tue-Sun. $

* All's Well That Ends Well. Opens 4/25 through 5/20.

STREETSIGNS CENTER FOR LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE

Call 960-4299, strtsigns@aol.com,

http://www.street signs.org $

Through 4/29 Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. Swain. 8 pm; matinee 2 pm.

MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM

Call 549-6863 for show times or 2-1236, http://www.morehead.unc.edu/ No public shows Mon, Tue. $

* "Supernova!"

* "Winnie the Pooh and the Golden Rocket."

* "Earth, Moon and Sun."

* "Extreme Weather."

* "Sky Rambles." The current night sky.

MUSIC DEPARTMENT

Call 2-1039 or 2-2224.

http://www.unc.edu/depts/music/index3.html

Aud, Hill & 8 pm. unless noted otherwise.

4/12 Sacred and Profane: Seventeenth Century Music for Viols and Voices. UNC Consort of

Viols. Person Recital Hall

4/17 UNC Percussion Ensemble. 107 Hill.

4/20, 21 Was Handel a Thief? Handel's Serse meets Bononcini's Xerxes. UNC Opera Workshop & UNC String Chamber Ensemble.

4/20 Fred & Gail Fearing Friday Afternoon Jazz Series featuring the UNC Jazz Combos with special guest artist Jamey Aebersold. 107 Hill. 4 pm.

4/21 Jazz Improvisation Workshop with Jamey Aebersold & the UNC Jazz Faculty & Friends. 107 Hill. 10 am-6 pm. Concert at 4 pm. $.

4/22 UNC Jazz Bands in Concert.

4/24 Carolina Choir. Works include Mozart's Coronation Mass.

WILLIAM S. NEWMAN ARTISTS SERIES

Call 2-1039 or 2-2224.

http://www.unc.edu/depts/music/index3.html

4/22 Mendelssohn String Quartet with guest violinist Robert Mann. Aud. Hill. 3 pm. $

CAMPUS RECREATION

203 Woollen Gym. Call 2-1153, pomerant@email.unc.edu, http://www.unc.edu/depts/camprec/ Gym/Pool privilege card required.

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EXHIBITS

ACKLAND ART MUSEUM

Wed-Sat, 10 am-5 pm; Sun, 1-5 pm. Call 406-9837 (tape), 6-5736 (voice), 2-0837 (TTY); ackland @email.unc.edu">ackland @email.unc.edu, http://www.ackland.org

* Mass and Masterpiece: Celebrating the Eucharist in the Renaissance and Baroque. Through May.

* Touchstone: 200 Years of Artists' Lithographs. Through 5/20.

* Buddhist Art and Ritual from Nepal and Tibet. Through 2/2003.

* New Currents in Contemporary Art: the 2001 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition. Opens 4/15-5/20. Opening reception 4/22. 3-5 pm.

ALLCOTT GALLERY

Hanes Art. Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm. Call 2-2015, http://www.unc.edu/depts/art

* Huong Ngo, Autumn-Grace Dougherty, Alana Gettman & Kat Parker. Closes 4/13.

* Heidi Arbogast, artist-in-residence. 4/14-5/6.

DAVIS LIBRARY

* Baseball in the Libraries. Through April.

NORTH CAROLINA BOTANICAL GARDEN

Totten Center: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm;

Sat, 9 am-6 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm.

Call 2-0522 for uninterrupted viewing.

* Art at the Garden: Images from the Land. Black and white photographs by Bruce Melkowits. Through 4/30.

WILSON LIBRARY

Mon-Fri, 9 am-5 pm; Sat, 9 am-1 pm, Sun, 1-5 pm.

First (Ground) Floor

* The First State University.

* Changing Views.

* Examples of Early Photography.

Second (Main) Floor

* "Over There" in the Great War: William B. Umstead and World War I.

* History of the North Carolina Collection.

* In His Own Hand.

* Pin-Backs and Broadsides: North Carolina's

Political History

* Bayard Wootten: Images of the South, 1930s.

* North Carolina Gallery Collection: Sir Walter Raleigh, UNC history, rare bird prints, Eng and Chang, plus historic rooms.

Third Floor

* Napoleonic Images.

* "Time and Smell of the Earth:" The Life and Writings of Seamus Heaney. An Exhibition of Materials from the Henry C. Pearson Collection. Opens 4/18 through 7/15.

Fourth Floor

* Black and Blue: Jazz and Race Records from the Southern Folklife Collection.

WOMEN'S STUDIES'ARTSPACE

Foyer, Caldwell Hall

* Portrait of the Artists as the Artist. Photography by Tammy Rae Carland.

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H.E.E.L.S. FOR HEALTH

H.E.E.L.S. For Health

115 Women's Gym. Call 2-2348, http://www.ais.unc.edu/hr/es/

Gym/Pool privilege card required unless noted by *

H.E.E.L.S. Fitness Center

Mon-Fri Noon-2 pm; 4-7 pm

Fitness/Aerobic Classes

Call 2-4772 for SRC classes.

Lunch time, 12:10-12:50 pm, SRC

Mon, Wed Low Impact Gym A

Tue, Thu Stretch & Tone Gym B

Fri Step Aerobics Gym A

Special Class 1-1:45 pm, SRC

Reservation required no more than one day in advance.

Tue, Thu Cycling Gym B

Evening, 5:15-6:15 pm, 112 Women's Gym

except as noted.

Mon Relaxation & Yoga.

Mon, Wed Water aerobics Bowman Gray or Kessing pool.

Tue Step & Tone

Wed Power Yoga

Thu Low Impact & Tone

Ongoing Opportunities*

* Wednesday Wellness Program.

* Individual fitness assessment.

* Personal training.

* FitPlus incentive program.

* Resource Center.

Facilities

Call 2-1153, http://www.unc.edu/depts/camprec/

Fetzer/Woollen Gym

Mon-Thu 6 am-10 pm.

Fri 6 am-9 pm.

Sat 10 am-5 pm.

Sun 1-8 pm.

Student Recreation Ctr

Mon-Thu 6 am-midnight.

Fri 6 am-9 pm.

Sat 10 am-8 pm.

Sun 1-10 pm.

Bowman Gray Indoor Pool

Mon-Fri 6:15-7:30am.

Mon, Wed 12:15-2 pm. 4:30-9:30 pm.

Tue, Thu 12:15-2 pm. 3:30-9:30 pm

Fri 12:15-5:45 pm.

Sat, Sun 1:15-4:45 pm.

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COLLOQUIA

Public Health

Call 6-0219; http://www.sph.unc.edu/oce/foard

Friday Ctr.

4/19 Foard Lecture & Symposia. "The State of the State: Opportunities, Challenges and the Role of Public Health." Carmen Hooker Buell, Secretary, N.C. Dept. of Health & Human Services.

Art

For times, information, call 2-2015. Aud, Hanes Art.

4/21-22 Rand Lecture Series, "The Studio." Four lectures:

* "Transformations of the Renaissance Workshop." Christopher S. Wood, Yale U.

* "Benedictus Arias Montanus and the Creation of the Virtual Studio as a Meditative Place." Walter S. Melion, Johns Hopkins U.

* "Vermeer's Back?: Represented and Not Represented in Dutch Artists' Studios." H. Perry Chapman, U. Delaware.

* "The Invention of the Old Masters: Creation and Death in the Romantic Studio." Marc Gotlieb, U. Toronto.

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LECTURES

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

Neuroscience Center/Neurobiology TBA. Steve Crews. Lineberger plaza level conf. 12:30 pm.

Microbiology and Immunology "Visualizing the activation of antigen-specific CD4 T cells in the whole body." Marc K. Jenkins, U. Minnesota. Lineberger Plaza Level Conf Rm. 3:30 pm.

TUESDAY, APRIL 17

University Research Ethics Lecture "Be a Research Survivor! Follow the Rules and Beat the Competition." Barbara Mishkin, legal scientific expert. Toy Lounge, Dey. 8-9 pm.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18

Program on Aging "Osteoporosis: State-of-the-Art Diagnosis and Treatment." Sue Brown. 238 MacNider. Noon-1 pm.

Maternal and Child Health "Why does food insecurity exist in the United States?" Craig Gunderson. 1301 McGavran-Greenberg. 3 pm.

N.C. Society of the Archaeological Institute of America "Harmonious Partners: Husbands and Wives on Tombstones from Rome's Northeastern Frontier (Pannonia)." Tolly Boatwright, Duke U. Basement Johnston Ctr. 8 pm.

THURSDAY, APRIL 19

Neuroscience Center/Neurobiology "Molecular Mechanisms of Axon Guidance and Targeting." Larry Zipursky, UCLA. Lineberger Plaza Level Conf. Rm. 12:30 pm.

Nutritional Biochemistry "Diet and Colon Cancer: A Fish Story." Robert Chapkin, Texas A&M. 2217 McGavran-Greenberg. 3:30 pm.

FRIDAY, APRIL 20

Genetics and Molecular Biology "Genetic Approaches to Analyze Hematopoietic and Vascular Development." William L. Stanford, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Toronto. 321 MacNider. Noon.

Environmental Sciences and Engineering "Visions of Nile Basin Development: Reflections on the Role of Models in Conceptualizing Cooperative Development Strategies." Dale Whittington. 133 Rosenau. 2 pm.

Physics & Astronomy "Puzzles in the Highest-Energy Cosmic Rays, and Possible Solutions." Tom Weiler, Vanderbilt U. 215 Phillips. 4 pm.

MONDAY, APRIL 23

Environmental Sciences and Engineering "Iron-containing Groundwaters for Drinking Water: Biogeochemistry and Treatment." Urs von Gunten. 1301 McGavran-Greenberg. 2 pm.

2001 Alfred T. Brauer Lectures "Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry: from Gromov's Width to Symplectic Field Theory," Part I. Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford U. 215 Phillips. 3:30-4:30 pm.

TUESDAY, APRIL 24

Program in Molecular & Cellular Biophysics "Vitamin K in Blood Coagulation and Beyond." Johan Stenflo, U. Lund, Sweden. 408 Mary Ellen Jones. 11:30 am.

Pharmacology "E2F: Master Cell Cycle Regulator." Jacqueline Lees, MIT. 1102 Jones. 4 pm.

2001 Alfred T. Brauer Lectures "Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry: From Gromov's Width to Symplectic Field Theory," Part II. Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford U. 265 Phillips. 4-5 pm.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25

Program on Aging "Aging Actively: How N.C. Plans to Address Arthritis, the Leading Cause of Disability." Ellen M. Condelli, N.C. Department of Health and Human Services. 238 MacNider. Noon-1 pm.

2001 Alfred T. Brauer Lectures "Holomorphic Curves in Symplectic Geometry: From Gromov's Width to Symplectic Field Theory," Part III. Yakov Eliashberg, Stanford U. 332 Phillips. 4-5 pm.

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MISCELLANEA

Communication Studies

Contact Corrina Edwards at 2-1127; http://www.unc.edu/depts/comm/

4/16,18,19 Screenings of Hollywood screenwriter Barbara Turners's films. 08 Gardner. 7 pm.

4/23, 24 Residency of Barbara Turner, conducting on-campus screenwriting seminars.

Black Cultural Center

Call 2-9001, shsbcc@email.unc.edu, http://www.unc.edu/depts/bcc/

4/18 Around the Circle: "Exploring the Relationship between Africans and African Americans. BCC, Student Union. Noon.

4/23-29 BCC Groundbreaking Week. See page 3 for a list of events surrounding the 4/26 groundbreaking ceremony.

Creative Writing Program, Department of English

Call 2-4000.

4/19 Public reading by Ronald Wallace. Donovan Lounge, Greenlaw. 3:30 pm.

Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society

Call Ann Williams for reservations at 6-0492.

4/19 Spring initiation banquet, reception and lecture: "Ethical Challenges of Emerging Biotechnology." Robert Pennock. Hill Alumni Ctr. 6 pm.

Feminist Women in History Group

Contact Rachel O'Toole at rso0600@email.unc.edu, or see http://www.unc.edu/~bennett/fwhg.html

4/20 "What's in an Exclamation? Notaries, Women and the Truth in Colonial Peru." Kathryn Burns. 8 pm.

Graduate English Students Spring 2001 Creative Speakers Series

4/23 Intervale. Betty Adcock reads from her new selected poems. Donovan Lounge, Greenlaw. 3 pm.

Cultural Studies/Germanic Languages

4/23 The Sandman. Silent film by David Teague, Kyle McCabe. 105 Gardner. 4 pm.

Retired Faculty Association

4/24 Quarterly Meeting. "How to Obtain Medical Information on the Internet." Carol Jenkins. Friday Ctr. 11:30 am-1:30 pm.

Adventures in Ideas

Call 2-1544, human@unc.edu, http://www.unc.edu/depts/human

4/24, 28 "Shakespeare's Comic Vision, with a Performance of All's Well That Ends Well by the PlayMakers Repertory Company

Ackland Museum Programs

Call 406-9837 (tape), 6-5736 (voice), 2-0837 (TTY); ackland@email.unc.edu, http://www.ackland.org

4/29 "Stories of Faith," storytelling by Louise Omoto Kessel and others. For children 10 and up. 3 pm.

Bull's Head Bookshop

Call 2-5060, bullshead@store.unc.edu http://www.store.unc.edu/bullshead

4/12 Pirates, Privateers and Rebel Raiders of the Carolina Coast. Book reading by the author, Lindley S. Butler. 3:30 pm.

4/18 A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. Book reading by the author, Dave Eggers. 3 pm.

North Carolina Botanical Garden

Hours

Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm; Sat, 9 am-6 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm.

Piedmont Nature Trails: Dawn to dusk daily.

Call 2-0522, http://www.unc.edu/depts/ncbg/ Registration required & $ unless noted otherwise.

Tours/Walks/Hikes

4/21 Coker Arboretum tour, led by curator Andrea Presler. 11 am-noon.

Faculty Council Meeting

4/20 Assembly Rm, Wilson Library. 3-5 pm.

SEANC District 19

4/17 psiler@email.unc.edu OWASA, Carrboro. 5:30 pm.

Cancer Support Groups

* Bone Marrow Transplant. Call 6-7851.

* Breast. Call 3-9006.

* Caregivers'. Call 6-3097.

* Children with Parent or Sibling. Call 6-3097.

* Getting Your Bearings. Call 967-8842.

* Gynecological. Call 6-3097.

* Look Good ... Feel Better. Call 6-3097.

* Lung. Call 967-8842.

* Metastatic. Call 6-3097.

* Prostate. Call 6-3097.

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TRAINING

Health Sciences Library

Register at 2-0800, hsled@unc.edu, http://www.hsl.unc.edu/hslclasses/ClassRegForm2.cfm

4/17 Introduction to Dreamweaver, 2-4 pm., Media Kitchen

4/24 Reference Manager, 9-11 am., MAAC Lab

4/24 PhotoShop for the Web, 2-4 pm., Media Kitchen

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VARSITY SPORTS

Show UNC ONE card for free admission to all non-tournament events, except football & men's basketball. Call 2-2296, http://tarheelblue.com

Baseball, Boshamer Stadium

4/13 Virginia 7 pm.

4/14 Virginia 7 pm.

4/15 Virginia 1:30 pm.

4/17 East Carolina 7 pm.

4/20 Duke 7 pm.

4/21 Duke 7 pm.

4/22 Duke 1:30 pm.

4/24 UNC-Wilmington 7 pm.

4/25 UNC-Greensboro 7 pm.

Golf (men), Finley Course

4/14 The Intercollegiate All Day

4/15 The Intercollegiate All Day

Softball, Finley Field

4/17 Campbell 5 pm.

4/25 UNC-Charlotte 4 pm.


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