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Events for Thursday, Jan 18, 2018

Clay In Transit

Contemporary Mexican Ceramics

  • Exhibit
  • Jan 18
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Newcomb Art Museum
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb Art Museum
Event Contact: Newcomb Art Museum | 5043142406 | museum@tulane.edu

Newcomb Art Museum presents "Clay In Transit: Contemporary Mexican Ceramics."

Clay in Place

Highlights from the Collection

  • Exhibit
  • Jan 18
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Newcomb Art Museum
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb Art Museum
Event Contact: Newcomb Art Museum | 5043142406 | museum@tulane.edu

Binding Wounds: Pushing Boundaries - A traveling exhibition-National Library of Medicine

Mark Charles Roudané: Shifting Expectations and Activism @ 6:00pm -rm. 204

  • Exhibit, Speaker
  • Mark Charles Roudané
  • Jan 18
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Jones Hall
  • Room 201
  • uptown campus
  • Gallery 2nd Floor + Speaker @ 6:00 pm in 204 with reception following (til 8:00pm)

Sponsor: Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences
Event Contact: Mary Jean Holt | (504)988-5155 | maryholt@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

An exhibition on the African Americans that served in the Civil War as surgeons and nurses along with a local Tulane exhibition that looks at the expectations and activism of the New Orleans' black population through the lens of Civil War era newspapers.

Exhibition Opening Reception

"Clay in Transit" and "Clay in Place"

  • Exhibit
  • Jan 18
  • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Woldenberg Art Center
  • Newcomb Art Museum
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb Art Museum
Event Contact: Generic User | 5043142406 | museum@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

Come celebrate the opening of Newcomb Art Museum's latest exhibitions "Clay in Transit" featuring contemporary Mexican ceramics and "Clay in Place" featuring Newcomb pottery, Newcomb guild and never-before-exhibited pieces from the permanent collection.

Shifting Expectations and Activism: A lecture to accompany NLM's Binding Wounds Exhibit

An Appreciation of the Civil Rights Movement Born in New Orleans in the Civil War era

  • Speaker
  • Mark Charles Roudané
  • Jan 18
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Jones Hall
  • Room 204
  • uptown campus
  • Reception following lecture on 2nd Floor & Gallery

Sponsor: Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences
Event Contact: Mary Jean Holt | (504)988-5155 | maryholt@tulane.edu
Tickets: Not required

MARK CHARLES ROUDANÉ’s ancestor, Louis Charles Roudanez, was a physician and an activist who began a newspaper during the Civil War in New Orleans. Dr. Roudanez and the newspapers published during the era are featured.

Conceiving Equity: A Reproductive Politics Summit

Featuring the 6th Annual Roe v. Wade Lecture by Professor Shoshanna Ehrlich

  • Career Development, Cause/Public Service, Exhibit, Speaker
  • Shoshanna Ehrlich
  • Jan 18
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Caroline Richardson Building
  • Anna Many Lounge
  • uptown campus

Sponsor: Newcomb College Institute
Event Contact: Clare Daniel | 504-314-7650 | cdaniel5@tulane.edu

Conceiving Equity: A Reproductive Politics Summit, featuring the 6th Annual Roe v. Wade Lecture by J. Shoshanna Ehrlich


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