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September 16, 2002
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Deborah Pankey-Mebane
Hopkins Wednesday Noon Series
Clio Award Winners
A presentation of the 2002 Gold and Silver Clio
Award-winning TV commercials will open the Fall 2002
Wednesday Noon Series at The Johns Hopkins University on
Oct. 2. The Clio Awards were founded in 1959 to recognize
creative excellence in advertising.
The Wednesday Noon Series is presented by the Johns
Hopkins Office of Special Events, now in its 37th season of
cultural programming on the Homewood campus. Programs are
held on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. in Shriver Hall on
the Homewood campus, 3400 N. Charles St. in Baltimore. They
are open to the public and admission is free.
Other fall events in the series:
||Small Town Baltimore: An Album of
Memories, a lecture by Gilbert Sandler, author of The
Johns Hopkins University Press book of the same name and
popular columnist for The Sun and the Baltimore Jewish
||Homewood: A New World Arcadia, a
lecture by M. Edward Shull, American Society of Landscape
Architects. The lecture is followed by a cross-campus walk
from Shriver Hall, a tour of Homewood House's 200th
anniversary exhibit Building Homewood: Vision for a
Villa, and a dessert reception.
||Amazing Feats of Comedy, a
performance by humorist Michael Rosman.
||Answering Their Country's Call:
Marylanders in World War II, a discussion by Michael H.
Rogers, author of The Johns Hopkins University Press book
of the same name.
||A Gospel Revue, a performance by
well-known local artists in celebration of CultureFest
2002. A dessert reception follows the performance.
||2002 Yale Gordon Concerto Competition
Winner from The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins
University, a performance by pianist HouFei Yang, a
graduate student at the Peabody Institute.
||Downsizing Democracy: How America
Sidelined Its Citizens and Privatized Its Public, a
lecture by Johns Hopkins University political science
professors Matthew A. Crenson and Benjamin Ginsberg,
authors of The Johns Hopkins University Press book of the
For information, call the Office of
Special Events at 410-516-7157.
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