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  Events for March 30, 2017

Bergren Forum - Katarina Riesing

- Location: Nevins Theatre, Powell Campus Center
(12:10 PM - 1:00 PM)
The Bergre Forum sponsored by the Division of Human Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Provost's Office will be meeting on Thursday March 30th at 12:10 PM in the Nevins Theatre, Powell Campus Center.

Bring a brown bag lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.

Speaker: Katarina Riesing
Topic: "Soft Core"

A recipient of the International Faculty Development Fund, Asst. Prof. of Foundations Katarina Riesing will look back at her summer as an artist-in-residence at the Icelandic Textile Center and will show her most recent work as well as student works from her Honors textile course.

Panel Talk: Cahaba River Watershed Project

- Location: Holmes Auditorium
(5:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
Sponsored by: The Institute for Electronic Arts and the Division of Expanded Media

The Cahaba River Watershed Project is an investigation?of the natural environment and how it has shaped and is shaped by human activity. The Cahaba River is a 200-mile free owing river with some of the greatest biodiversity and scenic beauty in the South. It rises near Birmingham and flows southwest to the Alabama River just south of Selma. As it passes through Montevallo’s Shelby County it is fed by the Little Cahaba watershed that rises in Ebenezer Swamp, an ecological preserve and research center of the University of Montevallo.

The three themes of interest around the Cahaba River are?the natural environment, the human history, from Civil War to Civil Rights, and its ecological and geological features, containing natural resources that are used for economic activity, especially the coal, limestone and iron ore mining that was the foundation of the early iron industry in the area.

The Cahaba River Watershed Project is the collaborative project of printmaker Scott Stephens, new media artist Elisabeth Pellathy, and sculptor Lee Somers. Their week-long residency will explore relief and intaglio print processes. There will be a panel talk with the artists on Thursday, March 30th at 5:00 pm in Holmes Auditorium.

Ending Hunger: Imagine the Possibilities

- Location: Nevins Theater
(5:15 PM - 6:15 PM)
Enid Borden's presentation titled "Ending Hunger: Imagine the Possibilities," scheduled for Thursday, March 30 from 5:15 - 6:15 pm is cancelled due to illness.