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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
January 19, 2000
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New York's acclaimed modern dance company, Ballet Hispanico, returns to Tucson for a performance at Centennial Hall on January 22, but in the meantime, Tina Ramirez, Ballet Hispanico's founder and Artistic Director will be taking part in a free public discussion. "Unlocking the Creative Process," hosted by UApresents will take place in Room 102 of the Center for English as a Second Language (CESL) at 7:30 p.m. Tappan King of UApresents can answer any questions at 626-4425.

Need something to take your mind off school? The UAB Gallagher Film Series is playing "Three Kings" tonight at 7 and 9:10. The film is to last 115 min. and will be in Social Sciences, Room 100. The price for the movie is $2.50, and you can contact Kate Vesely at 621-0768 for more information.

The Center of Creative Photography is presenting a gallery talk on "20th Century Photography in Retrospect" at 5:30 p.m. Keith McElroy, an associate professor for the Department of Art will be presenting this program that will reexamine the established categories about photography and photographers in the past century. This presentation will take place at the Center for Creative Photography, and everyone is welcome to go. For more information, contact the Center of Creative Photography at 621-7968.

Directed by Dwayne Dunn and presented by the School of Music and Dance, the University of Arizona Senior High Outreach Program will be performing tonight at 7:30. The program will feature the music of Healey Willan, Andrea Gabrieli, Antonio Lotti, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as well as more contemporary works. The performance will take place in the Fine Arts Complex at Crowder Hall. MusiCall can answer any questions at 621-2998.

The Millennium Forum Series will be presenting "Intellectual Property: Who Owns Your Ideas and Works?" by the Committee of Eleven of the General Faculty on Issues Facing the University in the 21st Century. The forum will be moderated by M. Witte, professor of surgery and will take place at the James E. Rogers College of Law, Room 146 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Kathy Fitzgerald can answer any questions at 621-1342.

There will be a student seminar for the graduate program in Pharmacology & Toxicology today from 11-11:30 a.m. Lou Gardell will discuss "Endogenous Opioid Tone Regulates Basal Nociceptive Thresholds" at the Arizona Health Sciences Center Room 8403. For English translation or more information can contact Sandi Sledge at 626-7218.

Ever wondered what the ASUA does? Well today is your chance to find out. The ASUA will have representatives on the UA Mall handing out information about the ASUA and asking students about their concerns from 12-2 p.m. Sarah Becker can answer any questions at 621-6747.

Compiled by Niusha Faghih

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