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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 24, 2000
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The Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair will start today and continue until Sunday. This event is free to the public and brings together 400 arts and crafts booths with 40 food vendors, and also includes street musicians, chair massages, jugglers, street performers, and much more. The fair goes from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Fourth Avenue between University Boulevard and Ninth Street.

The UA Museum of Art will present guest lecturer J. Patrice Marandel who will speak on, "A Masterpiece in our Midst: Edward Okun and the Symbolist Movement in Poland." The lecture will take place at the UA Museum of Art, Second Floor Galleries from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Alisa Z. Shorr can answer any questions at 621-7567.

The Arizona Chapter of the Fulbright Association and The Undergraduate Biology Research Program will present Dr. Jack Faris who will speak on "Just Imagine! Americans Taking An Interest In The World." This lecture will take place at 4 p.m. at the Center for English as a Second Language, Room 102. Dr. Faris will address the challenge of getting Americans, especially college students, engaged in global issues of development, health and education. A reception will follow this lecture from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in the Piano Lounge of Maricopa Hall. Carol Bender can answer any questions at 621-9348.

A psychology colloquium entitled, "Neuropsychology of Down Syndrome," by Bruce Pennington will take place today at 4 p.m. in the Psychology building, Room 306. Contact the Psychology building at 621-7447 for more information on this lecture.

Based on The People's Choice survey results, students in Alfred Quiroz's painting class have created Tucson's Most Wanted Painting. The UA Museum of Art will unveil Tucson's Most Wanted Painting today at the UA Museum of Art from 4-5:30 p.m. Alisa Z. Shorr can answer any questions about this event at 621-7567.

Holly Hughes, one of the famed "NEA four" artists who successfully sued the government when their art grants were revoked in response to political pressure, will present a parable, entitled, "Preaching to the Perverted" tonight at 7. This event will take place at Centennial Hall. Because of strong language and adult subject matter, the series is recommended for mature audiences. Tickets for the show cost $25 and the Centennial Hall Box Office can answer any questions at 621-3341.

It's your last chance to see "The World is Not Enough" in the Social Sciences building, Room 100. This movie will show at 7 and 9:25 p.m. Call Kate Vesely at 621-0768 for more information.

The International Arts Society will present an Italian film entitled, "Rome, Open City" tonight at 7:30. This movie was shot under difficult conditions at the end of WWII and its greatest achievement remains its study and placing of the Resistance Movement. This film will show at the Modern Languages auditorium. Contact Charles Scruggs at 621-3527 for more information.

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