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ANOTHER SCULPTURE by Lynn Wo " Phoenix, " a surrealistic effort in walin;: A COED WHIMSICALLY views " Pinioi Pines, " a brush drawing by Eve Drewelowe A STUDENT in Henderson Museum curiously examining Lynn Wolfe ' s humorous sculpture, " Encore, " done in fired clay. 100
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CHICAUU Ol ' KRA BALLKT — I ' 1 KTK- 1T l»K GRACE MARTYN GKEEN — " CANDIDE ' S " PANGLOSS ► GEORGE LONDON — BARITONE u. iider the direction of Professor John Hough, the Artist Series annually brings seven cultural programs to the CU campus. People move into Macky with an undercurrent of conversation. They match .seats with tickets, the curtain opens, and the crowd enjoys various virtuosos : Hilde Geuden, soprano; George London, baritone; Chicago Opera Ballet ; Vienna Academy Chorus ; " Candide; " Byron Janis, pianist; Leonard Rose, cellist. At intermission, lines form at drinking fountains, febrile voices express amateur criticism. Applause echoes the performance ' s end. The lights brighten — culture has come to Boulder. artist series LEONARD ROSE — CELLIST 99
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creative art ■ It ? ' T- ; w ••JOSEPH ' S COAT, " sculp- ture by Helmut Van Flein. PEGGY SMEDES AND THE BEGINNING OF ART CLAY-nRED SCULPTURE V reativity is an important factor i n an academic community. Aj-t in its several forms is very much present on campus. Students and faculty produce water colors, oils, g-raphics, sculptures and designs. In February an all-faculty show is held, presenting the best work of the fine arts department members. Several one-man shows are presented each year, displaying work by talented students, in or out of the department. An alumnus offered to donate an art collection worth over $1,000,000 — if the University would find suitable housing for the collection. To date, this housing has not been obtained. 101
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