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October 1, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 2, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 3, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 4, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 5, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 8, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 9, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 10, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 11, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 12, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 14, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra: Family Concert — a Pirate's Life - Instrument Petting Zoo

Location: Casey Theatre

Arrrgh, it’s a pirate’s life! Join Max Hobart and the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra for their opening family concert. WBZ radio personality Jordan Rich will be our host. Music students from Weston High School will join the orchestra in music for two orchestras. Twelve-year old cellist Zlatomir Fung will be our soloist. Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, The Black Pearl and Hook; Strauss—2001: Fanfare from Thus Sprach Zarathustra; JC Bach—Sinfonia in D for Double Orchestra; Mozart—Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Guest Artists: Members of the Weston High School Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Memoli, director/guest conductor); Feinstein—The Little Engine That Could—Based on the classic book by Watty Piper; Popper—Hungarian Rhapsody (Zlatomir Fung, cello)

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02:00 P

Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra: Family Concert — a Pirate's Life

Location: Casey Theatre

Arrrgh, it’s a pirate’s life! Join Max Hobart and the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra for their opening family concert. WBZ radio personality Jordan Rich will be our host. Music students from Weston High School will join the orchestra in music for two orchestras. Twelve-year old cellist Zlatomir Fung will be our soloist. Music from Pirates of the Caribbean, The Black Pearl and Hook; Strauss—2001: Fanfare from Thus Sprach Zarathustra; JC Bach—Sinfonia in D for Double Orchestra; Mozart—Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Guest Artists: Members of the Weston High School Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Memoli, director/guest conductor); Feinstein—The Little Engine That Could—Based on the classic book by Watty Piper; Popper—Hungarian Rhapsody (Zlatomir Fung, cello)

October 15, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 16, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 17, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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05:30 P

Maggie Paul

Location: Casey Theatre

Maggie Paul is a native Bostonian. After moving to New York and working for ten years on Madison Avenue in publishing and advertising, Maggie completed her bachelor of arts in English at Rutgers University. She earned her master of arts in literature from Tufts University and a master of fine arts in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. The mother of a daughter and son, Maggie lives in Santa Cruz, Calif., where she teaches writing and social justice at Cabrillo College and De Anza College. Her collection of poems, titled Borrowed World, was published last year by Hummingbird Press.

October 18, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 19, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 22, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 23, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 24, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 25, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 26, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

October 27, 2012

Saturday
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02:00 P

Garry Krinsky: Toying with Science

Location: Casey Theatre

It has been said that Garry Krinsky resembles a living cartoon with his animated movement and non-stop energy. Toying with Science is a fast-paced, varied, and dynamic program. Commissioned by and developed with the Museum of Science in Boston, this performance explores among other things, the scientific principles of gravity, leverage, fulcrums, and simple machines. Combining circus skills, mime, original music, and audience involvement, Garry and his audience investigate basic scientific information and delve into the imaginations of scientists who explore our world.