UMonument 2014: Translating the Façade of Angell Hall


Jan
29
2014

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  • Host Department: Institute for the Humanities
  • Date: 01/29/2014
  • Time: 5:00PM - 8:00PM

  • Location: Kelsey Museum, 434 S. State and Angell Hall Courtyard, 435 S. State

  • Description:

    The event will be comprised of two parts:

    5-7 pm,"Reading the Facade of Angell Hall"
    Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, 434 S State Street
    An interdisciplinary panel of five UM professors will present different ways to read the classical facade of Angell Hall as one of the most iconic "texts" here on the campus.
    UM Faculty Panel: Kristin Hass (American Culture); Terrence McDonald (History, Director of the Bentley Historical Library, former Dean of LSA), Alexander Potts (History of Art), Christopher Ratté (Classical Archaeology, Director of the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology), Andrea Zemuglys (English)

    7-8 pm, "Dancing the Facade of Angell Hall" (weather permitting)
    Courtyard of Angell Hall, South State Street
    An interactive community “translation” of the facade of Angell Hall with lights, music, and dancing, under the direction of Mark Tucker, who is the Arts Director of the Lloyd Hall Scholars Program and the creative director of FestiFools (http://festifools.org/), with a live DJ, dancing, and laser lighting of the columns.

     


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