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Thursday at Noon concert lineup Fall 2018

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   Concert Series Fall Semester 2018 - Celebrating 50 Years of Music Making Thursdays at noon, MacKinnon 107 (Goldschmidt Room)   Everyone welcome and admission is FREE – donations gratefully appreciated.   

Apparitions

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Troy Hourie's Apparitions, an interactive, immersive art installation based on the esoteric themes in Britten's Turn of the Screw will be presented at the Aurora Cultural Centre from October 6 to November 10, 2018.

Writing the African City

A conversation with Angolan novelist Ondjaki about his multiple-award-winning novel Transparent City. Free and open to the public!
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Guelphmopylae

As a part of Arts Week here on campus, the Guelph Classics Society is running their "Guelphmopylae" event for a second year in a row. Last year, Professor John Walsh wanted to get 300 students together for an epic photograph in the pass between Johnston Hall and MacKinnon to emulate the famed Battle of Thermopylae (as represented in the movie 300) and had a decent turnout but not quite at the magic number. This year they hope to make it all the way and get 300 people in that pass. So, please show up on October 24 at 4:30p.m.
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German Movie Night

Come join our German movie night, featuring Young Goethe in Love. Refreshments will be served! 

Department Meeting

Please see our resources page for agenda and any relevant materials for the meeting: https://www.uoguelph.ca/arts/department-meeting-schedule-and-agendas

Philosophy Movie Night - "IT COMES AT NIGHT"

Teasing the upcoming “Philosophy of Horror” group for Winter 2019, we will gather to view and discuss the film “It Comes at Night” – a post-apocalyptic tale of fear, uncertainty and trust. Drawing from the political writings of Thomas Hobbes, the artwork of Hieronymus Bosch (“The Garden of Earthly    Delights”)and Eugene Thacker’s exploration of Dante’s Inferno in his book Tentacles Longer Than Night, we might consider several questions. What is the obsession of our culture with films depicting the ‘end of the world’?

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