Today's your last chance to experience schizophrenia in the art world. Take a few minutes out of your hectic day to stop by the Arizona Gallery (second floor, Student Union) and observe "TAG" Multiple Personalities. The collection will be open for your scrutiny from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Call 621-6142 for more information.
Yet more art: Find out what happens when a UA art degree comes to fruition at the Union Gallery Exhibition on the first floor of the Student Union. Various styles and mediums of creativity will be on display from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until April 8. The works of local artists Catherine Nash and Robert Renfrow will be exhibited as part of the Alumni Annual Invitational. Need details? Contact the Office of Student Programs at 621-6142 for the lowdown.
The semester is ending, the paper is piling. Can't click your ruby red slippers and go home? Then come to tonight's Writing About Literature Workshop. Kendra Gaines (Writing Skills Improvement Program) will teach you about "Writing Introductions and Conclusions" from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in room 310 of the Modern Languages building. Need more information? Call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.
Unless one is speaking about the board game, monopolies are bad news. Just think of the ramifications of the Microsoft antitrust trial! According to Students In Free Enterprise, competition is key. They've set up a lecture by Congressman Jim Kolbe today to persuade you of their opinion. It's part of the Free Enterprise Fundamentals: Success Stories series, and it will be taking place in the auditorium of the Social Sciences building at 7 p.m. Direct your pre-discussion questions to Melinda Burke at 621-7144.
Two grocery clerks paint the town red tonight at the Arizona Repertory Theatre's preview of Tom Stoppard's "On the Razzle." Come on, haven't you ever wanted to ditch work for a bit of carousing? See the first performance of this hilarious comedy at 7:30 p.m. in the Marroney Theatre of the Fine Arts Complex. It's a cheap $8 to spend for a night of drama. Call the Fine Arts Box Office at 621-1162 for further seating information.
The heavens have always brought ominous tidings of both love and despair. Celestial bodies, long honored in paintings and sculpture, will be addressed tonight, from 7:30 to 8:30, by Richard Poss in "Astronomy and Spirituality in the Arts" as part of the Steward Observatory Public Evening Series Lecture series. Meet him in Room N210 of the Steward Observatory. Maybe you'll never view the moon, symbolic of the Greek Goddess Diana, in the same way again. Bring a friend, a love, your mom? Look through the 21-inch telescope at the Campus Station of the Observatory following the lecture. Enjoy! Connie Walker can tell you more at 621-7096.