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at Head of Charles
A young woman is driven to the unthinkable in this brutal, yet ferociously funny production of Lorca’s masterpiece.
Director, Damián Sainz, will be hosting a Q&A after the screening of his film, Batería. The documentary is based in Havana, Cuba and centers a safe space for male homosexuality.
Join the Samara Piano Quartet for their program of youthful Piano Quartets by Mozart, Mahler & Strauss.
An exhibit that reveals the complex issues surrounding open information through six dimensions: global, political, financial, workforce, technological, and future.
Join the Dartmouth Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing Program as we celebrate International Open Access Week through events around campus from October 23- 27th.
John Lehet began photographing seriously as a Dartmouth Student in the late 70s, using 4" x 5" film and in more recent years the transitioned to digital.
Join us as we launch our Open Access Week events and enjoy featured creative works including the Dimensions of Open Exhibit.
Seminar by Dickey Center U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security Post-doctoral Fellow Andrew Bertoli