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Godwin-Ternbach Museum Exhibits Works by QC Art Faculty Through 3/29
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Cinema on Sundays: Time of Favor. Sunday, March 9, 2 pm.
Physics Colloquium: Signature of topological phase transition in superconducting phase of doped topological insulators, Pouyan Ghaemi (City College). Monday, March 10, noon.
Lecture: Samba: Brazil's National Rhythm. Visiting scholar Mary Olezkiewicz. Monday, March 10, 1:40 pm.
Civil Rights Film Series: Night Catches Us (2010), 90 mins. Monday, March 10, 5:45 pm.
Middle East Discussion Series: Kerry-ed Away in the “Muddle” East? Gaith al-Omari (American Task Force on Palestine) and Mark Rosenblum (QC Center for Jewish Studies). Tuesday, March 11, 7:15 pm.
Lecture: The Recent Wave of Public Protest and the Limits of Representation in Brazil. Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University. Wednesday, March 12, noon.
Opera: Dialogues of the Carmelites. French with English supertitles. Presented by QC’s Copland School of Music and Department of Drama, Theatre & Dance. March 13–16.
Roots Revival: Performing and Exploring the Music of Northeastern Brazil. A daylong event with dance and music featuring a concert by the Matutu Forró Band. Friday, March 14, 1–9 pm.
Civil Rights Film Series: American Revolutionary (2013), 82 mins. Monday, March 17, 5:45 pm.
Performance: WOMANKIND. Written and directed by Karina Casiano. Thursday, March 20, 7 pm.
Lecture: Bananas Is My Business: Carmen Miranda, the Golden Age, and Brazilian Music Abroad, by Mary Olezkiewicz. Monday, March 24, 1:40 pm.
Civil Rights Film Series: Let the Fire Burn (2013), 95 mins. Monday, March 24, 5:45 pm.
Lecture: Amidst Walls, Wired Fences and Armored Cars. Samuel Araújo, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Thursday, March 27, 3 pm.
Exhibit: QC Art Faculty Exhibition. Godwin-Ternbach Museum. Through March 29.
Exhibit: Señor Satchmo: Louis Armstrong in South America. Louis Armstrong House Museum, through March 30.
Performance: Queens Symphony Orchestra Presents Ballerina Swan. Sunday, April 6, 3 pm.
Evening Reading: Derek Walcott will read from his works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, April 8, 7 pm
Concert: Barbara Cook. Saturday, May 10, 8 pm.
Queens College Choral Society’s 73rd Annual Spring Concert: Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah. Saturday, May 17, 7:30 pm.
Exhibit: VITALITY: The Art of Brazil from Pre-Columbian Cultures to Contemporary Expressions. Through June 27.
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