Grace Peters, Caligraphic Interpretations-through November 8 at the Mcquade Library Art Gallery at Merrimack College. Call (508) 837-5197. There will be an opening reception for the artist on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.
A Weekend in Charles II's England-a two-day program of music and lectures exploring this period in England's history, at the Museum of Fine Arts at 465 Huntington Ave. in Boston. Call 267-9300. Lectures begin at 10 a.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday in the Remis Auditorium.
Refinancing the Arts: Economic Models (Old and New) at the End of the 20th Century-a one-day conference of artists, administrators, political representatives, legal advocates, patrons and consumers of the arts at the Massachusetts College of Art at 621 Huntington Ave. in Boston. Call 232-1555. Friday beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Rethinking Columbus from Historical, Church and Native Perspectives-a symposium with Hans Koning, former reporter for The New Yorker. At the Paulist Center at 5 Park St. in Boston. Call 742-4460. The $10 fee includes coffee and light lunch. Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
Movies and Plays This WeekendSTAGE The Bacchae --A triumph for the Charles Playhouse and all concerned. Director Timothy S. Mayer has updated Euripides' play
Contents of Engineering JournalThe current number of the Engineering Journal contains the following articles: "Modern Stage Setting in Shakesperian Plays," by F. S.
Actors Transform and Transfix in 'Circle Mirror'The Huntington production suffers from this slow pacing, but otherwise proves to be a sturdy version of an ultimately absorbing show.
Profs, Pundits Honor HuntingtonPolitical pundits and professors gathered at the Kennedy School last night to commemorate one of their most memorable teachers, the late political scientist Samuel P. Huntington, who died almost two years ago of congestive heart failure at age 81.
Conference Looks at Brown vs. BoardThe modern day implications of the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education court case—the topic of Harvard Law School Dean ...
Harvard Conference Examines Brown vs. BoardThe modern day implications of the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education court case—the topic of Harvard Law School Dean Martha L. Minow’s recent book—were discussed in a conference Saturday afternoon.