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September 19, 1995
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CONTACT: Leslie Rice
Wednesday Noon Series Begins 25th Season at
A film showing of the 1994 London International Advertising
open the 25th season of the Wednesday Noon Series at The Johns
University on Oct. 11.
This film honors the world's most creative television
judged by a panel of leading agency creative directors and
commercial producers from around the world. The film highlights
competition's ninth year, which drew 8,000 entries from over 50
The Wednesday Noon Series is presented by the university's
Special Events. All programs in the series are held at noon in
Room of the Milton S. Eisenhower Library on the Homewood campus,
Charles Street in Baltimore. Admission is free.
Other October events in the series are:
November events in the series are:
- Oct. 18: A lecture/performance, "Music
German Lieder and French Chansons," with Eileen Soskin, professor
theory at the Peabody Conservatory, and Laurie Hungerford Flint,
- October 25: A lecture, "Snake Handling
Redemption," by Dennis Covington, novelist, journalist and an
professor of English at the University of Alabama.
For more information, please call (410) 516-7157.
- Nov. 1: A lecture, "New Voices, New
in Judaism," with Rabbi Amy Scheinerman of the Bolton Street
- Nov. 8: An illustrated talk, "Health
American Indians: Healing a Painful History," with Dr. Mathuram
professor of International Health and director of the Center for
Indian and Alaskan Native Health at the Johns Hopkins University
Hygiene and Public Health.
- Nov. 15: "Viento en el Olivar"
the Olive Grove), a program of Spanish poetry and music based on
the work of
Federico Garcˇa Lorca with Nancy Hirsche, reader and narrator and
flamenco guitarist and singer.
- Nov. 29: A lecture, "The Orphanage and
What Happens to Children?" with Matthew A. Crenson, professor of
science at Hopkins.
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