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The Ape Drawing Project by Jen Bradley

The Ape Drawing Project by Jen Bradley

Description: In 1994, artist Jen Bradley began routinely drawing at the gorilla habitat at the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston. Since then she has continued to record her experiences and observations through the process of drawing and video. She refers to this ongoing series and practice as The Ape Drawing Project. Go to her website to read her reflections about the interpersonal relationships she developed with the Apes in the zoo’s habitat http://apedrawingproject.com/home.html Artist Biography JEN BRADLEY is a painter and printmaker whose work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the U.S., and is in public and private collections nationally and internationally. She received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art. Bradley was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and growing up spent many summers in Alsace, France. Bradley was the Artist-in-Residence at Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo, where she began her ongoing “Ape Drawing Project” in 1994. Recent work contains references to mythical geographies, interiors, references to the natural world, and imagery from manufactured spaces like those found in contemporary video games. Bradley splits her time between Boston and Provincetown, Massachusetts.

9:00am on Saturday, November 18th 2017




Geoffrey Chadsey: Heroes and Secondaries

Geoffrey Chadsey: Heroes and Secondaries

A solo exhibition of life size drawings and studies by New York artist Geoffrey Chadsey

12:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

Faye G., Jo, and James Stone Gallery, 855 Commonwealth Avenue

http://www.bu.edu/art




Claire Ashley (((CRZ.F.4NRS.AAK)))

Claire Ashley (((CRZ.F.4NRS.AAK)))

A solo exhibition of inflatable objects by artist Claire Ashley

12:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

808 Gallery, 808 Commonwealth Avenue

http://bu.edu/art




Guest Masterclass: Bernhard Scully, Canadian Brass Quintet

Guest Masterclass: Bernhard Scully, Canadian Brass Quintet

Bernhard Scully, Canadian Brass Quintet horn player and renowned soloist and pedagogue, gives masterclass to BU horn students. This event is free and open to the public.

2:30pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017




Bubble Soccer

Bubble Soccer

Join the BLT (BU Jewish Leadership Team) for a Bubble Soccer Tournament to raise $$ for Save a Child's Heart. The entrance fee is $5 and pizza will be served.

3:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

Boston University Fitness and Recreation Center, 915 Commonwealth Avenue

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bubble-soccer-tournament-tickets-39400329446




Faculty Recital: On Aging and the Passing of Time

Faculty Recital: On Aging and the Passing of Time

School of Music faculty members Lynn Eustis and Javier Arrebola perform works by Schubert, Ullmann, Cipullo, and more. This event is free and open to the public.

4:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017




Senior Recital: Christopher Forbes, Saxophone

Senior Recital: Christopher Forbes, Saxophone

Christopher Forbes, Saxophone. Studio of Ken Radnofsky. This recital is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Music at Boston University.

6:30pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

855 Commonwealth Ave, Marshall Room




ELEMENO PEA by Molly Smith Metzler

ELEMENO PEA by Molly Smith Metzler

When Devon visits Simone for an end-of- summer sibs fest on Martha’s Vineyard, she finds her little sister changed beyond recognition. As personal assistant to wealthy and demanding trophy wife Michaela Kell, Simone enjoys a lavish beachfront lifestyle that these girls never could have imagined growing up in blue-collar Buffalo—but is all this luxury free of cost? Worlds collide and sisters square off in this keenly-observed comedy about ambition, regret, and the choices that shape who we become.

8:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

http://www.bu.edu/bpt/




Student Recital: Ju Hyun Kim, Violin

Student Recital: Ju Hyun Kim, Violin

Ju Hyun Kim, Solo Violin DMA recital. Student of Lynn Chang.

8:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

855 Commonwealth Ave, Concert Hall




BU On Broadway presents: "Spring Awakening"

BU On Broadway presents: "Spring Awakening"

Tickets for this performance are sold via Eventbrite and generally go on sale about 2 weeks before the performances. $8 for students, $10 for general admission.

8:00pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

https://www.eventbrite.com/o/bu-on-broadway-2947433615




Doctor of Musical Arts Concerto Recital: Seychelle Dunn-Corbin, Saxophone

Doctor of Musical Arts Concerto Recital: Seychelle Dunn-Corbin, Saxophone

Seychelle Dunn-Corbin, Saxophone. Studio of Ken Radnofsky. This recital is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Musical Arts at Boston University.

8:30pm on Saturday, November 18th 2017

855 Commonwealth Ave, Marshall Room




Alternative Service Breaks Registration

Alternative Service Breaks Registration

Alternative Service Breaks seeks to empower the individual through intentional service, personal growth, leadership, and genuine human connection. ASB prioritizes allyship with community partners in order to more deeply understand the social issues of our world and inspire a more empathetic and socially active individual. Register for one of 29 experiential trips taking place this spring break (3/3-11/2018) in one of 10 different social change focus areas. Registration begins at the website listed at 9 am on Sunday 11/19 and remains open until all trips sell out. Learn more and get empowered this spring break.

12:00am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

http://www.bu.edu/csc/asb




Morning Study Group

Morning Study Group

In honor of Dean Hill's ten years of service and leadership at Marsh Chapel, this semester we'll be reading Village Green: Sermons from Asbury First United Methodist Church. We will read and discuss some of the Dean's sermons, consider the differences and similarities in ministry contexts between Rochester and Boston, and learn about how sermons get written. We might even have a special appearance from Dean Hill himself at the end of the semester! (Contact: The Rev. Jen Quigley, jenquig@bu.edu) Special Note: As always, books are free to anyone who wants to join. However, Dean Hill has ordered these books at his publisher’s rate (half off). If you're willing to make a donation of the book cost ($23), we will cover the cost of the book and give the other half as a donation to the Dean's Endowment Fund. Books are available in the Chapel Office.

9:45am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

Thurman Room, located on the lower level of Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Ave.)

http://www.bu.edu/chapel/




The Bach Experience

The Bach Experience

Christus, der ist mein Leben, BWV 95 Cantata for the Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity In this, the eleventh season of The Bach Experience, we present four cantatas that Bach composed in his first four months at Leipzig. Each Bach Experience Sunday begins at 9:45 a.m. with a 30-minute discussion of the work’s musical and theological significance. After a complimentary breakfast in the Marsh Room, the Experience continues with a complete performance of the cantata during the Sunday morning service.

9:45am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

Marsh Chapel Main Sanctuary (735 Commonwealth Ave.)

http://www.bu.edu/chapel/music/




Take Note

Take Note

This brief and informal session is designed to enhance congregants’ experience of the music offered each week in the 11:00 a.m. Marsh Chapel worship service. Curated by Patrick T. Waters, a weekly host will offer insights to the anthems, hymns, service music, and/or organ repertoire that so richly adorn worship at Marsh Chapel. In addition to biographical information about composers and their compositions, attendees learn useful suggestions for possibilities of active listening to the day’s musical selections.

10:35am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

Robinson Chapel, located on the lower level of Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Ave.)

http://www.bu.edu/chapel/




Sunday Interdenominational Worship Service

Sunday Interdenominational Worship Service

Sunday mornings at Marsh Chapel are interdenominational Protestant worship services influences by the University's traditional Methodist roots. They are broadcast year-round on WBUR 90.9 FM and streamed over the Internet at www.wbur.org. A podcast is available from iTunes and the Chapel website (www.bu.edu/chapel). Communion is offered on the first Sunday of each month and on Easter Sunday.

An Intercessory Silent Prayer Group meets at 10:30 AM prior to each service.

Those who cannot attend in person can listen live, or listen to past services, online at http://www.bu.edu/chapel/worship/sunday/howtolisten/

11:00am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

http://www.bu.edu/chapel




Children's Education

Children's Education

Our children’s education ministry is available every Sunday. Those interested are invited to leave the service during the last hymn for a time of lessons, crafts, and fun with Marsh Associate Devin Harvin. (Contact: Devin Harvin, dharvin@bu.edu)

11:50am on Sunday, November 19th 2017

Thurman Room, located on the lower level of Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Ave.)

http://www.bu.edu/chapel/




Claire Ashley (((CRZ.F.4NRS.AAK)))

Claire Ashley (((CRZ.F.4NRS.AAK)))

A solo exhibition of inflatable objects by artist Claire Ashley

12:00pm on Sunday, November 19th 2017

808 Gallery, 808 Commonwealth Avenue

http://bu.edu/art




Robert Pinsky’s POEMJAZZ Brunch

Robert Pinsky’s POEMJAZZ Brunch

The Jewish Arts Collaborative presents Robert Pinsky's POEMJAZZ Brunch, his dialogue between poetry and music featuring Hankus Netsky on piano and Stan Strickland on saxophone and flute. Tickets are $20.

12:00pm on Sunday, November 19th 2017

City Winery, 1 Canal Street, Boston, MA 02114

https://www.us7.list-manage.com/track/click?u=84a9ff7d5bfa0b402b1f2c3de&id=38a6b845cb&e=ef6b9abc18




Marsh Chapel Coffee Hour

Marsh Chapel Coffee Hour

Join us in the Marsh Room on the lower level of Marsh Chapel each week following the Interdenominational Worship Service for coffee, tea, refreshments, and fellowship. On the first Sunday of each month, Coffee Hour is replaced by a Covered Dish Luncheon in which participants are free to bring a dish to share.

12:00pm on Sunday, November 19th 2017

Marsh Room, located on the lower level of Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Ave.)

http://www.bu.edu/chapel/