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APRIL 2003
Volume 95, Issue 4
 
 
 
     
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Center Stage

The Chicago Project, through June 22, and Group Portrait, through June 15. The Chicago Project features large color portraits of students at three South Side high schools. Taken by Dawoud Bey, the photographs are paired with audio portraits of the high schoolers by radio producers Dan Collison and Elizabeth Meister. Bey, Collison, and Meister compiled the portraits over several months of leading the students in a creative and critical investigation of identity. Accompanying the show is Group Portrait, curated by Bey’s subjects and featuring photographic portraits from the Smart’s collection. Smart Museum of Art, 773/702-0200.

“Flemish Spring,” the Tallis Scholars, May 2, 8 p.m. The Tallis Scholars’ program of Renaissance polyphony marks the 400th anniversary of the 1603 death of Queen Elizabeth I and features works written for her Chapel Royal. The University of Chicago Presents and Rockefeller Chapel, 773/702-8068.

Joëlle Tuerlinckx, May 4–June 22. In her first American museum exhibition Belgian artist Joëlle Tuerlinckx creates a site-specific work focusing on the formal properties of the Renaissance Society’s space, its role as a noncollecting museum, and its relationship to the larger Chicago community. The Renaissance Society, 773/702-8670.

Qumran in Context: New Discoveries along the Dead Sea Shore, May 7, 8 p.m. In this lecture Yizhar Hirschfeld, associate professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Archaeology, describes the behavior of the peoples who lived in the Dead Sea Valley during the second century B.C. to the first century A.D. Oriental Institute, co-sponsored by the Archaeological Institute of America, 773/702-9514.

Tribute to the Great Ballets, May 16–17. University Ballet presents its spring concert. International House Assembly Hall, 773/753-2274.

 

 


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