Add a little spice to your lunch with the hot new "Sex, Race and Globalization Spring 2001 Series." The academic discussion runs through Friday and will focus on a variety of topics relevant in a changing society. Bring your arguments, questions and objections to the table at noon today in Modern Languages, Room 451. For more information, please call Cathy Chaput at 626-3431.
Despite the exhibit title, "Since You're Gone," print media artist S.J. Gibson invites you into the world of coming and going. The artist portrays boys with no faces and skeleton girls on large lithographic mats. The exhibit is on the third floor of the Memorial Student Union and a reception will be held tonight at 6. For more information regarding future exhibits, please call Christina Lieberman at 621-6142.
Leave the box-office hits to the Grammy nominees and check out tonight's screening of "Stolen Kisses." The French film event, sponsored by the International Arts Society, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Modern Languages auditorium. The romantic comedy focuses on the dilemma of mixing business with pleasure and the ironic troubles that often follow. For more information, please call Charles Scruggs at 621-3527.
With the election of our 43rd president, the issue of foreign policy is once again gracing the front pages of newspapers worldwide. If you are finding that you are a little behind the times, check out today's 4 p.m. lecture on "Contemporary Perspectives on U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East and Latin America." The lecture will provide views from several invited speakers and will take place in McClelland Hall, Room 134. For more information, please call Joel Stillerman at 626-7231.
If you are looking for a way to enjoy the weather in a relaxed outdoor atmosphere, stop by the Southwest Indian Art Fair in front of the Arizona State Museum this weekend. The fair will be open Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can enjoy storytelling, music, dancing, Native cuisine and Southwest Indian baskets and pottery. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for museum members and children are free. For more information, please contact Dawn Cromwell at 621-4523.
Wrap up your weekend with UApresents Dance Too Series: David Dorman Dance. The former high school athlete combined wry humor and full-contact choreography to create his newest works, "No Roles Barred" and "To Lie Tenderly." The show begins at 8 p.m. in Centennial Hall. Tickets range from $16 to $28 and can be purchased through the Centennial Hall box office at 621-3341.