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Saturday February 24
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Celebrate Sarah Lawrence alumni filmmakers and join us for a viewing of Jordan Peele's Oscar nominated Get Out. Variety describes Get Out as "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner meets The Stepford Wives... Blending race-savvy satire with horror to especially potent effect, this bombshell social critique from first-time director Jordan Peele proves positively fearless - which is not at all the same thing as scareless." Get Out has received critical acclaim and 4 Oscar nominations. SLC Movie Night will be hosted by Sydney Coffin '92 (address will be provided upon registration). Space is limited to 10. Light refreshments will be served.
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Saturday February 24
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Celebrate Sarah Lawrence alumni filmmakers and join us for a viewing of Jordan Peele's Oscar nominated Get Out. Variety describes Get Out as "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner meets The Stepford Wives... Blending race-savvy satire with horror to especially potent effect, this bombshell social critique from first-time director Jordan Peele proves positively fearless - which is not at all the same thing as scareless." Get Out has received critical acclaim and 4 Oscar nominations. SLC Movie Night will be hosted by Carol Roth '96 (address will be provided upon registration). Movie snacks and light refreshments will be served.
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Sunday February 25
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Join alumni, parents, and friends for The Scholar and The Artist: A discussion between religion faculty member Cameron Afzal and calligrapher Margaret Shepherd ’69 based on her series "Song of Songs," a calligraphy exhibition that showcases 50 verses from the Song of Solomon. A much-debated book of the Bible, the Song of Solomon is unlike anything else in Christian and Jewish scripture. It mentions Solomon only thrice and the name of God not even once; it has no battles or genealogies or miracles; it is simply treasured as some of the world’s most exquisite, explicit love poetry. Come prepared to contribute your own ideas and experience on poetry, religion, manuscripts, and young love. This event is hosted by Margaret Shepherd in Boston's Back Bay (address will be shared upon registration). Light refreshments will be served.
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Saturday March 03
4:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Join us for PAN at The Kitchen, including a meet and greet for alumni with Jane Saks '85 before the show. PAN is a 90-minute participatory performance for flutist Claire Chase, electronics, and mass community participation in the form of a large ensemble of non-professional or trained players/collaborators. PAN is composed by Marcos Balter, directed by Douglas Fitch, and produced by Jane M. Saks '85 and Project&. The latest iteration of Chase's 23-year Density 2036 project, the piece uses seven tableaux exploring the life of the god Pan, one of only two Greek deities said to have been put to death. It marshals myth to articulate and explore the tensions of our contemporary lives and world. The experience and creative participation attempt to demonstrate, rather than speculate, how music-making allows for societies and communities to create together, shape space, question, reflect, re-visit, re-order and arrive in new and re-imagined locations again and again. A limited number of discount tickets are available for the 5 PM performance. The meet and greet will take place in the lobby at 4:15 PM.
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Tuesday March 06
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
"Pluralism and Its Discontents: Lessons From German History" with Philipp Nielsen (History). Hosted by Wendy Fleishman '74 in Manhattan's Hudson Square (address will be shared upon registration).
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Wednesday March 07
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
"Amandla! Power, Prejudice, Privilege, and South African Human Development Under and After Apartheid" with Kim Ferguson, Roy E. Larsen Chair in Psychology. Hosted by Ellen Goldman Shapiro '64 on the Upper West Side (address will be shared upon registration).
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Saturday March 10
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
Join us for a special tour of "A Dark and Scandalous Rockfall" at the Mexican Cultural Institute with Barbara Liotta '74. This site specific exhibit features the work of Perla Krauze and Barbara Liotta '74, artists from both sides of the Mexico-United States border. The title of the exhibit is drawn from the poem "Dry Rain" by Mexican poet Pedro Serrano, which begins: "At times the poem is a collapse/ a slow and painful landslide/ a dark and scandalous rockfall." Both artists use the material and metaphorical qualities of stone to evoke landscape and classical sculpture. Given the current state of U.S.-Mexico relations, this exhibition presents a healing gesture, recognizing our shared history. Members of Wellesley Friends of Art will be joining the tour. There will be an optional tour of the Mexican Cultural Institute after the exhibit tour.
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Saturday March 10
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
"Is Journalism What We Think It Is?" with Marek Fuchs, Ellen Kingsley Hirschfeld Chair in Writing. Hosted by Katherine Michiels, parent of Mary Katherine Michiels-Kibler '17, at Katherine Michiels School (1335 Guerrero Street in San Francisco).
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Sunday March 11
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Is Journalism What We Think It Is?" with Marek Fuchs, Ellen Kingsley Hirschfeld Chair in Writing. Hosted by Jo Schiff '57 in Beverly Hills (address will be shared upon registration).
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Thursday March 22
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Join Rosalind Ferstenberg, Manager of Alumni Networking and Affinity Programs, for a webinar on getting noticed on LinkedIn. Whether you are looking for your dream position or you are perfectly content in your career, having a strong LinkedIn profile is essential for communicating your professional identity to employers, clients, and valuable connections. LinkedIn has been growing since 2002 and is considered a primary tool for online networking and a key method that employers utilize to find employees. In this webinar, we will discuss how to build an attractive profile, develop your brand, search for important connections, and more. Please note that you will need headphones to listen in and a microphone if you want to participate via audio. You can also call in via a landline phone. This webinar cannot be viewed with an iPad or mobile device. After you register, you will be emailed instructions on how to listen in and how to participate.
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Thursday April 19
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join us for ACCI's (Alumni Committee on Community and Inclusion) first career panel and networking reception at The Princeton Club (15 W. 43rd Street; between 5th and 6th Avenue). Meet and network with alumni of color, working in a variety of industries, as they share valuable insights about the job search process, networking and mentorship, and establishing a career. This panel will be moderated by Alumni Board member, Claire Rodman '86. Appetizers and beverages will be served. If you have any questions, please contact Rosalind Ferstenberg, Manager of Alumni Networking and Affinity Programs at rferstenberg@sarahlawrence.edu or at (914) 813-9214.
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Saturday April 21
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"African American Cinema" with Michael Cramer (Film History).
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Saturday April 21
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
"Moving Past Millennial: Intersectional Understandings of the Self-in-Context" with Linwood Lewis (Psychology). Hosted by Mary Saudek Jaffee '71 in Boston’s South End (address will be shared upon registration).
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Monday April 23
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Join us for our annual Happy Hour at Stout NYC for SLC alumni and student athletes. Our multi-talented students are eager to meet and network with alumni of all ages and learn about career paths after Sarah Lawrence. This evening is sponsored by the SLC Athletics Department and Campbell Sports Center staff will be on hand as we celebrate the athletic and academic achievements of our students. Appetizers will be provided and the first drink is included with your registration.
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Wednesday April 25
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join alumni for an evening with SLC Writing Center Director and author Carol Zoref '76, MFA '97 as she reads from her book "Barren Island" and takes questions from the audience. "Barren Island" has been long-listed for the National Book Award, and in 2015, it received the AWP (Association of Writers and Programs) Award for the novel. Hosted by Stephanie R. Cooper '65, MFA '76 in Columbus Circle (address will be shared upon registration). Refreshments will be served.
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Thursday April 26
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Network with fellow filmmaking alumni during the Tribeca Film Festival! The Filmmaking and Moving Image Arts program and the Office of Alumni Relations are holding their "third" annual Tribeca Meet Up for filmmaking alumni at Distilled NY, a few blocks from the film festival (211 W. Broadway; corner of Franklin Street and West Broadway). This event is open to the first 30 people who sign up and admission includes two drinks and appetizers. If you have any questions, please contact Rosalind Ferstenberg, Manager of Alumni Networking and Affinity Programs at rferstenberg@sarahlawrence.edu or at (914) 813-9214.
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Monday May 07
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Join fellow MFA writing alumni for a casual gathering at Threes Brewing (333 Douglas Street) in Brooklyn. Make new connections in the Sarah Lawrence community and meet up with your MFA friends. Threes Brewing has a wide selection of draught beers and seasonal cocktails. Appetizers are included with registration. Cash bar.
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Event registration summary
Philadelphia: SLC Movie Night: Get Out:
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Minneapolis: SLC Movie Night: Get Out:
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Boston: The Scholar & The Artist:
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NYC: PAN at The Kitchen with Jane Saks '85:
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Faculty on the Road: NYC (Nielsen):
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Faculty on the Road: NYC (Ferguson):
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Washington, DC: A Dark and Scandalous Rockfall:
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Faculty on the Road: San Francisco:
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Faculty on the Road: Los Angeles:
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Getting Noticed on LinkedIn Webinar:
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NYC: ACCI Career Panel and Networking Reception:
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Faculty on the Road: Washington, DC:
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NYC: Alumni & Student Networking Happy Hour:
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NYC: Evening with author Carol Zoref '76, MFA '97:
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NYC: Tribeca Meet Up for Filmmakers:
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NYC: MFA Writing Happy Hour:
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