Timothy Bunchman, Virginia Commonweatlh U. Sponsored by Dept. of Pediatrics Grand Rounds. Wohl Clinic, Clopton Aud.
Workshop in Politics, Ethics, and Society – “Directives and Responsibility: Taking Passive Agency Seriously”
Matthew Babb, Mellon postdoc in modelling interdisciplinary inquiry, philosophy. Discussant: Eric Wiland, UMSL. NOTE LOCATION: Weidenbaum Center, Seigle Hall, Room 170.
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Seminar: “Hearing the shape of a drum: Quantitative characterization of biological tissue microstructure using diffusion-weighted MRI”
Junzhong Xu, Vanderbilt U. Sponsored by NIAC Seminar Series. East Imaging Bldg., 4525 Scott Ave., NIL Large Conf. Room 2311.
Simin Mahmoodifar, NASA Goddard. Sponsored by Dept. of Physics. Compton Hall, Room 241.
vs. Brandeis. Video. Kelly Field.
(6 to 9 p.m.) Opening reception for Part 2 of this exhibition. (Part 1 opens April 19.) Des Lee Gallery, 1627 Washington Ave., St. Louis 63103. 314-621-8735.
(April 27, 28) “Dwell in Other Futures,” sponsored by WashU’s Divided City Initiative, the Sam Fox School, and others, is a two-day festival of art and ideas exploring the collisions of race, urbanism, and futurism, providing a platform for alternate visions of the St. Louis to come. Opening night is on Friday, April 27, from 6:30 to 10 p.m., at the Kranzberg Art Foundation’s .ZACK arts facility, 3224 Locust St. 63103. It continues on Saturday, April 28, from 1 to 8:30 p.m., at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, 3716 Washington Blvd. 63108. RSVP by April 20. 314-533-0367.
Each week over 100 students join Chabad to celebrate Shabbat with a wonderful Shabbat dinner in a welcoming and inclusive environment. The Chabad House-Rohr Center for Jewish Life, 7018 Forsyth Blvd. 63105. Please RSVP online. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Exhibits and Ongoing Events
This is a traveling display throughout the campuses of posters highlighting notable African Americans in science and technology. It will be on display in the WUSM Becker Medical Library from Feb. 1-11 and the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center (FLTC) Atrium from Feb. 12-28. The traveling poster series then can be seen in Seigle Hall on the Danforth Campus from March 5-29; and again at the FLTC Atrium from Aug. 1-31. Info contact and sponsors online.
This exhibition examines the rich history of architectural planning and design for the east end of WashU’s Danforth Campus. On view from Feb. 2 through May 21. Sponsored by the Kemper Foundation, Elissa and Paul Cahn, and members of the Kemper Art Museum. Kemper Art Museum, Garen Gallery.
This exhibition presents the complete portfolio of lithographs and silkscreens sold by the Experiments in Art and Technology to raise the funds to build the permanent collection of American art of the 1960s in Stockholm. On view from Feb. 2 through May 21. Sponsored by the Sam Fox School, in conjunction with a course taught by Tom Reed, senior lecturer and master printer of Island Press. Kemper Art Museum, Teaching Gallery.
Explores the history, impact, and proliferation of denim, silk, cotton, the heeled shoe and the sneaker. Organized by students in lecturer Rikki Byrd’s Fashion History and Research Methods course. On view from April 11 through 30. Opening reception on April 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. Bixby Hall, lower level.
This exhibition of student work showcases the final projects from The Art of Medicine, a course that offers students a variety of encounters with the changing art of western medicine. The exhibition features works of art in several traditional and non-conventional media. On view from April 16 through June 29. Opening reception is April 17 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Olin Library, Ginkgo Room.