Nease Library Presents Annual Arts Week
Published: 2014-04-07

The Nease Library is holding the tenth annual Arts Festival, a week of creative celebration, April 7-12, 2014. In addition to featuring the spring play "Medea" and the Academic Symposium, the week will feature a magnetic poetry contest, a poetry reading and discussion, and a celebration of the Quincy Coast with Peter Fifield from the Quincy Parks Department.

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Arts Week 2014 - April 7-12


Annual Magnetic Poetry Contest - first floor, Nease Library, ongoing

Monday, April 7 - 7:00pm
The Quincy Coast: From the Neponset River to the Fore River
Peter Fifield, Quincy Parks Department, Environmental Treasures Program

Monday, April 7 - 8:00pm

"Say, God is like... [fill in the blank]": A poetry reading and discussion on poetic reinterpretation of images of God
Matthew Henry - Assistant Professor of Education
Free admission, refreshments will be served

Wednesday, April 9 - 7:00pm
Third annual Academic Symposium Keynote Address: Sean Coleman
Vice President and Division Counsel, American International Group, Inc
Adjunct professor for law and government
"Jesus is the Question: The future of Christian liberal arts education"
Ruth Cameron Auditorium, Mann Student Center

Thursday, April 10 - All Day
Third annual Academic Symposium
Student and Faculty Poster Presentations and Symposium Talks
Full list of topics and presenters

Thursday, April 10 - Saturday, April 12 - 7:30pm
The Language, Theatre, and Communication Arts Department presents
Euripides' Medea
Ticket information
Talkback - Thursday night