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Tuesday, September 17

Painting ≠ Photography: New Acquisitions and Selections / Student Union Art Collection of Contemporary Art

Painting ≠ Photography: New Acquisitions and...

Visual Art, Exhibit / Art, Academics, Hanes Art Gallery, Administrative

In sections anchored by the photographic works purchased by students last spring, Painting Photography explores three themes in the Student Union Collection...

Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery  
"Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life" Exhibition Opens

"Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life"... 9:30am

Visual Art / Reynolda House, Administrative

Explore both traditional and unexpected approaches to still life in this exhibition featuring some of the finest examples of still life from collections...

Reynolda House Museum of American Art  
11x35: New Works in the Student Collection

11x35: New Works in the Student Collection 10:00am

Exhibit / Art, Academics

11 works of art by 35 Wake Forest student artists were purchased this year for the John P. Anderson collection of student art. START Gallery is proud to...

START Gallery  
Life After Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico

Life After Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico 10:00am

Visual Art, Holidays & Observances, Exhibit, Multicultural / International, Next Week at Wake / Museum of Anthropology, Administrative

MOA’s annual exhibit includes new information with sections about the celebration’s history and its unique folk art. The centerpiece is a traditional Mexican...

Museum of Anthropology  
WAKE Washington D.C. Program Information Session

WAKE Washington D.C. Program Information Session 10:30am

General / Dean of the College, Administrative

Are you interested in living, studying, and interning in the Greater Washington, D.C. area while you earn WFU academic credit? The WAKE Washington, D.C....

Tribble Hall  
Constitution Day Lecture

Constitution Day Lecture 2:00pm

Lectures / Provost, Administrative

"Is the Constitution Still Necessary?" Presented by Provost Rogan Kersh.

ZSR Library  
Scorched Earth and Destruction in Zimbabwe: Lessons on Property Rights and Markets

Scorched Earth and Destruction in Zimbabwe:... 3:30pm

Academics, Conference / Panel, Multicultural / International / BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, Academic Centers / Institutes

Ben Freeth, Executive Director, Mike Campbell Foundation Dr. Craig Richardson, Associate Professor of Economics, Winston-Salem State University. Freeth and...

Farrell Hall  
WAKE Washington D.C. Program Information Session

WAKE Washington D.C. Program Information Session 5:00pm

General / Dean of the College, Administrative

Are you interested in living, studying, and interning in the Greater Washington, D.C. area while you earn WFU academic credit? The WAKE Washington, D.C....

Tribble Hall  
Intercultural Skills for Global Leadership

Intercultural Skills for Global Leadership 5:30pm

Lectures, Multicultural / International, Diversity / BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, Academic Centers / Institutes, Center for Global Programs & Studies, Administrative

Ben Freeth, Zimbabwean human rights activist, will discuss intercultural skills that are useful in business, society, religion, politics, and...

Z. Smith Reynolds Library  
South Hall Study Hall

South Hall Study Hall 8:00pm

South Forest

Study Hall on Tuesday nights from 8-10pm, location posted in the lobby of South Hall (all semester long).

South Residence Hall  

Tuesday, September 17

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