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January 16, 2017

Exhibit A


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[1/17] Tuesday

7:3010 p.m. Come to Café Logan for an evening of jazz and a full coffee bar with the Xavier Breaker Coalition as the Logan Center presents its first Third Tuesday Jazz Series of the year. Café Logan. Free.

 

[1/18] Wednesday

7 p.m.12 a.m. Salsa your winter quarter worries away with Salsa at The Promontory, a Hyde Park staple for every third Wednesday of the month. Come at 8 p.m. for a dance lesson, or make your way inside at 9 p.m. for open dancing. 5311 S. Lake Park Avenue. Free.

 

[1/19] Thursday

711 p.m. Watch the Logan Center’s screening of Under the Sun, directed by Vitaly Mansky, who turned a supposedly scripted film for the North Korean government into an incisive documentary that reveals the harsh reality of North Korea. Logan Center, screening room 201. Free.

7:309:30 p.m. Hear jazz percussionist Terri Lyne Carrington, the first female artist to ever win a Grammy for Best Instrumental Jazz Album, perform an homage to Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach’s 1963 Money Jungle. Performance Hall, Logan Center. $5 for students.

810 p.m. Enjoy free food (including “radioactive cupcakes”), performances by Phinix Dance Crew and Maya, as well as DJ sets by Rafael FM and Daniel Chavez, as Party at the Smart: Radioactive lights up third week. The Smart Museum. Free.

 

[1/20] Friday

68 p.m. Learn about how anthropology and comparative religion intersect with art to purposely obfuscate truth as Kapwani Kiwanga kicks off her exhibition, The Sum and its Parts, with a lecture and reception. Gallery, Logan Center. Free.

 

[1/22] Sunday

36 p.m. Experience a sweeping view of the Fluxus movement as Instructions for a Fluxus Opening transports you across campus to explore Fluxus architecture, poetry, and more. Exhibits are spread between the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, the Special Collections Research Center in the Regenstein Library, and the Smart Museum. Free.

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