Thursday, December 10
Gordon Parks: The Making of an Argument, an exhibition of Parks’ work and commentary on the importance of his photographs, will be on display at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center through December 13.
The Asian Art at Vassar exhibition will be on display in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center Project Gallery through December 20. The exhibition will feature, among other works, 1825 Indian sketches depicting a Rajput king, a 16th-century Chinese scroll, a Tibetan painting on fabric, and a Japanese folding screen. Also on view in the Landing Gallery from mid-October through mid-December will be contemporary Japanese photographs from the permanent collection, including works by Michiko Kon and Naoya Hatakeyama.
The Studio Art Department exhibition trace will be on display in the James W. Palmer III Gallery, College Center, through December 15.
Friday, December 11
Vassar Camerata will perform at 7 pm at the Mary Anna Fox Martel Recital Hall, Skinner Hall.
Beauty and the Beats, Vassar’s all-Disney a cappella group, will have its final concert at 7 pm in the Rockefeller Hall 200 Auditorium.
Saturday, December 12
The Mahagonny Ensemble will perform at 8 pm at the Mary Anna Fox Martel Recital Hall, Skinner Hall.
A memorial reception will be held for English professor William Gifford in the Aula, Ely Hall, at 2 pm. A service will follow in the Chapel.
The Vassar College Majors concert will be held at 7 pm in the Villard Room, College Center. The group is the campus’ newest student-run choir.
—Meta Self installation work by Tihenn Klapper ’16; Gang Member with Brick, courtesy of the Gordon Parks Foundation; and Mahagonny Ensemble ©Vassar College.