Evergreen House to host gallery talk on current Ponemone show
Artist Scott Ponemone will give a gallery talk at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 22, at Evergreen House. His recent work, titled "Scott Ponemone's Baltimore: The Interplay of Art and Architecture," is on display at the historic North. Charles Street mansion and at Homewood House through Sept. 16.
Ponemone spent a year and a half sketching at 11 historic and four private sites in the Baltimore area, including Evergreen, Homewood House, Hampton Mansion, Clifton Mansion and the Maryland Historical Society's Pratt House. Then, in his studio, Ponemone turned his sketches into vivid watercolor paintings of each site that combined the architectural elements of the buildings with details of the decorative arts inside. He will bring his sketch books and discuss the process he went through combining sketches into finished paintings.
Admission to the gallery talk is $8 for Evergreen and Homewood members and $10 for nonmembers. To make reservations, call 410-516-0341.
Car wash planned this week as 125 Ways of Caring project
The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences' Development and Alumni Relations Office will hold a charity car wash at Homewood on Tuesday, July 10, as part of the university's 125 Ways of Caring program. The car wash will be held between the baseball field and the Building B residence hall from noon until 5:30 p.m.
Donations will benefit the House of Ruth, a provider of comprehensive shelter and services to battered women and their children throughout Maryland.
The entire Hopkins community is encouraged to bring their cars to this event. Cars should enter the driveway to the Athletic Center on University Parkway and follow the signs.
The rain date for the car wash is Thursday, July 12. For more information, call 410-516-8722.
'Capital Gains': Economics Classics exhibit is at MSEL
A 16th-century hand-colored broadside depicting counterfeit coins in Germany and the published version of John Stuart Mill's 1867 speech to the House of Commons called "On the Admission of Women to the Electoral Franchise" are but two fascinating examples of the breadth of the Hutzler Collection of Economics Classics. Both are featured in the Capital Gains exhibit on display in Homewood's Eisenhower Library through September.
The Hutzler Collection was established by brothers Abram G. and David Hutzler in 1903. More than 5,000 printed titles and 1,000 manuscripts cover the topics of agriculture, currency and finances, labor, manufacturing and industry, commerce, trade laws, and political and social concerns. In a variety of formats including books, pamphlets, manuscripts, broadsides and printed currency, the titles range in date from the 16th to the late 19th centuries.
New materials are added to the collection annually, and recent purchases of continental, and particularly French, works now augment the strong British holdings. Other new areas of expansion include socio-economic history, featuring works relating to or written by women.
The exhibit is located in the Special Collections Department on A-Level and may be viewed Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Aerobics classes on tap for seven weeks at Homewood
The summer's second aerobics session at Homewood will be held from July 9 to Aug. 24, Monday through Friday. The schedule includes step, step and tone, muscle conditioning, cardiobox and yoga classes.
All classes are held in the ROTC Drill Hall behind the Newton H. White Athletic Center, except for yoga, which takes place in the Sherwood Room, Levering Hall. Classes last from 45 minutes to an hour and are on a first-come basis.
The fee for the seven-week session is $30 for full-time students and $55 for all others.
Registration slips are available at the Athletic Center office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. For a daily class schedule, call 410-516-7490.
Donors needed this week for summer blood drive
The Office of Human Resources is encouraging staff and faculty from the Homewood and Eastern campuses to participate in this week's blood drive, to be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10, and Wednesday, July 11, in the Glass Pavilion at Homewood.
Since students make up the majority of donors, the need for blood is particularly acute in the summer months. If you have questions about your eligibility as a donor, contact the American Red Cross at 410-764-1010.
To schedule an appointment, log on to http://www.jhu.edu/~outreach/blooddrive or contact Caterina Provost-Smith at 410-516-0138.