Special events celebrate art exhibitions opening on campus

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The University Art Gallery, the Carlos Gallery of the Nabit Art Building and the Jessie Ball duPont Library present David Henderson: A Brief History of Aviation (in duPont Library and the Carlos Gallery) and Brandon Morse: Dark Matter (in the University Art Gallery). The opening of all three exhibitions will be celebrated with a panel discussion between the artists and Assistant Professor Jeff Thompson of the Art and Art History Department Friday, Feb. 22.

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the University of the South will host a Campus Gallery Walk between 10:30 a.m. and noon. Visitors are invited to visit Dark Matter and the two parts of A Brief History of Aviation, and also to visit Archives and Special Collections for Plans and Changes in Sewanee’s Campus, an exhibition of materials related to the revivalist architecture of the University of the South, Sewanee’s very own transformative environment. All are invited to come meet the artists and explore the dialogue between these four exhibitions and the Sewanee campus.

Read more about the exhibitions here.

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Listing of both today’s and tomorrow’s events at Sewanee: The University of the South.
Today
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Let’s talk about it, Sewanee
“The Politics of Memory in Transitional Justice: Lessons from Rwanda”
Polish Table
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“Side by Side by Sondheim” Oct. 23-25
At the SUT: Jersey Boys
Tomorrow
“Internationalizing Curriculum at Sewanee,” a Mellon Globalization Forum lunch workshop
Chemistry Department Seminar Series
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“Flat Earth Unfolded,” a conversation with the artists
Women’s Soccer: Millsaps
Men’s Soccer: Millsaps
SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM
At the SUT: Jersey Boys