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The Beat Calendar 3/28-4/1


Tuesday, March 28



The Perfectly Imperfect Crowns

When: 10 PM - 11 PM

Where: Fort Awesome 0126

What: Join Latinos Unidos for a conversation about hair and what it means to people of color. The conversation will feature a film by Anthony Cruz.


Painting in the Native Plant Garden

When: 1 PM - 2:30 PM

Where: Native Plant Garden

What: Paint with the Outdoors Club and the Psychology Club in the Native Plant Garden.


Karaoke Night: Queens of Rap Night

When: 5:30 PM

Where: Dining Hall

What: To honor Women’s History Month, come perform a song by your favorite female rap artist.


Wednesday, March 29


Lecture by Amber Hawk Swanson

When: 5 PM

Where: Neuberger Museum

What: Come talk with performance artist Amber Hawk Swanson, whose work explores care, animacy, and desire in the context of queerness and disability.


The Harmony Show

When: 12 PM - 5 PM

Where: Neuberger Museum

What: The Harmony Show explores issues of personhood, desire, race, queerness, disability, and community in two modalities. The first format is a seminar in which an invited scholar presents their work and discusses it with the program’s co-hosts. The second is a cooking show, where a discussion about the same issues unfolds as the guest and hosts prepare a meal designed by a recipe developer specializing in food’s healing properties.


Belonging and Betrayal: How Jews Made the Art World Modern - A Book Talk with Charles Dellheim

When: 6 PM

Where: Humanities Theater

What: Professor Dellheim investigates how a small number of Jews involved in the 20th-century European art world exerted enormous influence on high culture, despite the fact they were outsiders on the margins of society.


FMS Screening: Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

When: 7 PM

Where: CMFT 0065

What: Come watch “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution,” a documentary by Nicole Newnham and James LeBrecht.


New Media Lecture Series: Ryan Kuo

When: 7 PM

Where: Humanities Lecture Hall

What: Join artist Ryan Kuo for the third New Media Lecture Series this semester.


Thursday, March 30


The Harmony Show

When: 12 PM - 5 PM

Where: Neuberger Museum

What: The Harmony Show explores issues of personhood, desire, race, queerness, disability, and community in two modalities. The first format is a seminar in which an invited scholar presents their work and discusses it with the program’s co-hosts. The second is a cooking show, where a discussion about the same issues unfolds as the guest and hosts prepare a meal designed by a recipe developer specializing in food’s healing properties.


Durst Distinguished Lecture Series: Lydia Conklin in Conversation with Professor Mehdi Okasi

When: 6 PM

Where: Humanities Theater

What: Join Lydia Conklin, the author of the story collection Rainbow Rainbow, named the best book of the year by NPR, a Debutiful Best Book of the Year, and a Publishers Weekly Best Summer Read.


Purchase Opera: The Magic Flute

When: 7 PM

Where: PAC Recital Hall

What: A Prince and Princess must overcome powerful magic forces on their quest to find love and enlightenment in one of Mozart’s epic vocal masterpieces.


Friday, March 31


The Harmony Show

When: 12 PM - 5 PM

Where: Neuberger Museum

What: The Harmony Show explores issues of personhood, desire, race, queerness, disability, and community in two modalities. The first format is a seminar in which an invited scholar presents their work and discusses it with the program’s co-hosts. The second is a cooking show, where a discussion about the same issues unfolds as the guest and hosts prepare a meal designed by a recipe developer specializing in food’s healing properties.


Purchase Symphony Orchestra

When: 2:30 PM

Where: Music Building Recital Hall

What: An open rehearsal reading of classic repertoire directed by Mina Kim


Movie Night: Missing

When: 6 PM

Where: Social Sciences Building

What: Visit the Social Sciences Lecture Hall for a viewing of the hit new movie Missing. After her mother goes missing, a young woman tries to find her from home, using tools available to her online.


Bubble Blitz

When: 10:30

Where: The Stood

What: Join Latinos Unidos for their Bubble Blitz party!


Saturday, April 1


The Harmony Show

When: 12 PM - 5 PM

Where: Neuberger Museum

What: The Harmony Show explores issues of personhood, desire, race, queerness, disability, and community in two modalities. The first format is a seminar in which an invited scholar presents their work and discusses it with the program’s co-hosts. The second is a cooking show, where a discussion about the same issues unfolds as the guest and hosts prepare a meal designed by a recipe developer specializing in food’s healing properties.


Conservatory of Dance Senior Project #8

When: 7:30

Where: Dance Theater Lab

What: A dance performance featuring the performance and creative skills of seniors Charlotte Aucella, Holly Belshaw, Chiara Bosco, Angelina Laguna, and A’lia Martin.


Purchase Opera: The Magic Flute

When: 7 PM

Where: PAC Recital Hall

What: A Prince and Princess must overcome powerful magic forces on their quest to find love and enlightenment in one of Mozart’s epic vocal masterpieces.


Culture Shock Lineup Announcement Party

When: 10:30

Where: The Stood

What: Come to the Stood to find out this year’s Culture Shock lineup.


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