Public events at
 Carleton’s Weitz Center

(Note: times and venues are subject to change. Carleton recommends verifying before you attend:
http://apps.carleton.edu/calendar/ .)

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

 

Film (Weitz Cinema)

Mon., Nov. 11      7:00    Int’l Film Festival: Grace: The Art of Recovery is Born from the Threat of Addiction (2015, 15 min)

Janice must face her high powered ex-husband in family court for the custody of their daughter. Head waitress at the Depot Diner, staying clean and doing the right thing is Janice’s only priority. When her boss makes a decision that affects her ability to appear in family court, Janice has to face her addiction demons and choose whether to stay clean through adversity or ‘screw it’ and use. Grace follows Janice as she tries to do the right thing for herself and her daughter.     Introduced by Ken Abrams; discussion and Q&A with actress/producer Marissa Vitali.

Tue., Nov. 12       7:15    Screening: Reel Rock 14

Reel Rock 14 is a climbing film festival which features elite climbers pushing the limits of the sport, usually being fairly hilarious in the process.

 

Music (Kracum Performance Hall)

Mon., Nov. 11      8:00    Pete McCann Quartet (Applebaum Recital Hall)
Jazz guitarist Peter McCann has been an integral part of the New York City jazz scene for over 25 years.
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Wed., Nov. 13      7:00    Piano Studio Recital
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Fri., Nov. 15         8:00    Carleton Orchestra Concert
Program includes Beethoven’s Egmont Overture, Ravel’s Mother Goose Suite, and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8.

 

Drama (Weitz Theater)

Thu., Nov. 14       7:30    Colleen Scallen ’20 Theater Comps: 4.48 Psychosis

What do you offer? Do you think it’s possible for a person to be born in the wrong body? How can I speak again? Do you feel nothing? How do I stop? Sarah Kane poses these questions in 4.48 Psychosis, her avant-garde, poetic piece that interrogates identity, purpose, consequence, and need through the lens of mental illness. Using a poetic framework and specifying no characters or stage directions, Kane allows for an exploration of mental illness that is as unique and mercurial as the individuals who struggle with it.

Reservations: https://www.carleton.edu/theater-dance/events/ticket-reservations/scallen-comps-nov14/

Fri., Nov. 15         7:30    4.48 Psychosis

Reservations: https://www.carleton.edu/theater-dance/events/ticket-reservations/scallen-comps-nov15/

Sat., Nov. 16        7:30    4.48 Psychosis

Reservations:https://www.carleton.edu/theater-dance/events/ticket-reservations/scallen-comps-nov16/

 

Exhibitions (Perlman Teaching Museum)

William Kentridge: Universal Archive (ends Nov. 20)

A series of linocut images printed on dictionary and encyclopedia pages by South African artist William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Second-Hand Reading (ends Nov. 20)

An example of Kentridge’s animation style and ongoing personal investigation of South Africa and the country’s history of apartheid. This artwork explores race relations through drawings, text, and music.