Public events at
 Carleton’s Weitz Center

(Note: times and venues are subject to change. Carleton recommends verifying before you attend: .)

All events listed are open to the public with no admission charge.


Film (Weitz Cinema)

Sun., May 19 – Sun., May 26    In the Liminal Zone: The Films and Videos of Lynne Sachs

Various films by visiting New York director Lynne Sachs, running continuously at various locations and times throughout the Weitz Center.  See Carleton events calendar for details.

Mon., May 20     7:00    Int’l Film Forum: Hana Hanme: Lives of Elderly Korean Women in Japan (Kim Sung-woong, Japan, 2004)

Kim spent four years documenting the lives of old women living in small apartments in the neighborhood of Sakuramoto in Kawasaki City. Unlike many works on zainichi [“Japan resident”] Koreans that depict the history of their struggles and discrimination, this work is refreshing because it captures the everyday lives of first-generation zainichi Koreans as they are now.


Music (Kracum Performance Hall)

Sun., May 19      1:00    Joint Recital (Applebaum Recital Hall)

Flutist Jack Atkins ’19 performs the Prokofiev Sonata in D Major, Op. 94 before joining pianist Rohan Mukherjee ’19 performing Gabriel Fauré’s Sicilienne, Jazz standard Autumn Leaves, and an original composition.

Thu., May 23      8:15    Jazz Fest Concert

This Spring’s Jazz Fest will feature the Carleton Jazz Ensemble, whose focus is on improvisation and the fusion between jazz, rock, funk and Latin influences; the vocal stylings of Scattitude; and the Jazz Chamber Groups.

Fri., May 24        7:00    Made in Minnesota: Choral Music from the Northstar State

The Carleton Choir’s Spring Concert explores choral music from Minnesota.


Dance (Weitz Theater)

Fri., May 24        7:30    Spring Dance Concert

Presented by Carleton’s Semaphore ensemble.

     Reservations for both performances:

Sun., May 26      2:00    Spring Dance Concert


Exhibitions (Perlman Teaching Museum)

Art of Language: The Synergy of Text and Image (ends June 14)

An exhibition curated by students participating in the Fall 2018 Art History 288 Curatorial Seminar Class.

In Stride: The 2019 Senior Art Show (ends June 15)