For extra credit, you only have to attend one of the listed lecture events. More is fine, too, but one is enough
The Art Department is pleased to present our Spring 2012 Interdisciplinary lecture series focusing on and inspired by the “Evidence of Aging” exhibit created by Marydorsey Wanless. For your planning convenience we have divided the events into the following categories:Thursday March 8: Artist and Artwork Focus: Photography and Alternative Processes6:30 – 7:30 pm: Marydorsey Wanless8:00 – 9:00 pm: Rhona Shand: Art Department ChairFriday March 9 : Spring 2012 Art Department Exhibition Interdisciplinary Lecture SeriesIntended as an opportunity for a variety of perspectives related to issues that engage with the subject of aging, a variety of speakers will present their opinions through their diverse and wide-ranging areas of expertise and personal experience.Biology of Aging 2:00 3:15Dr. Steve Ford: Biology DepartmentDr. Xiaolu Wu: Biology DepartmentPsychology of Aging 3:30 5: 45Dr. Lynette Olson: Provost and Vice-President For Academic AffairsHarry Krug: Professor Emeritus and former Art Department ChairDr. Sean Lauderdale: Psychology and Counseling DepartmentDr. Harriet A. Bachner: Psychology and Counseling DepartmentCulture of Aging 6:00 7:00Yazeed Aldhwayan: International Student from Saudi Arabia.Alheli Aranda Britez: International Student from ParaguayDr. Joey Pogue: Communications DepartmentSaturday March 10: 10:00 – Noon Family Art MorningMeet at Porter HallScavenger Hunt and Cyanotype photo workshopCo-sponsored by the UAA (University Art Association), Student Activities Council,Gorillas Out of Bounds, and the SAI Sigma Alpha Iota.We invite you to participate in all or any part of the events listed. Everyone is welcome and all events are free and open to the public. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.