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March 2, 2001

UMBC HUMANITIES FORUM AND FRIENDS OF THE ALBIN O. KUHN LIBRARY & GALLERY PRESENT A FREE READING BY MATHEMATICS PROFESSOR/NOVELIST MANIL SURI

UMBC's Humanities Forum and the Friends of the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery present UMBC mathematics professor Manil Suri, who will read from and discuss The Death of Vishnu, his critically acclaimed first novel. The free event, "Balancing Mythology with Mathematics: A Reading from The Death of Vishnu," will be held at 4 p.m. on April 4 in the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery; a reception will follow. For more information call (410) 455-6798. A campus map is available at www.umbc.edu.

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UMBC MUSIC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS A CONCERT BY MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN AND TOM GOLDSTEIN

The UMBC Music Department presents "Goldstein and Goldstein,"a concert by Malcolm Goldstein, renowned pioneer of free improvisation, and Tom Goldstein, UMBC music faculty, at 8 p.m. on March 27 in the Fine Arts Recital Hall. Admission is $7 general and $3 students/seniors. For more information, call (410) 455-2942.

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March 8, 2001

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UMBC ALBIN O. KUHN LIBRARY GALLERY PRESENTS PATAPSCO: PORTRAIT OF A VALLEY, PHOTOGRAPHS BY PEGGY FOX

UMBC's Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents "Patapsco: Portrait of a Valley, Photographs by Peggy Fox," an exhibition featuring 70 of Peggy Fox's photographic portraits of the elders of the historic Patapsco Valley and surrounding landscapes, accompanied by excerpts from Alison Kahn's oral histories. The original exhibition, organized by Sally Voris for the Friends of the Patapsco Valley & Heritage Greenway, Inc., included 55 photographs commissioned by the Friends. The presentation at UMBC will include 15 new prints produced by Fox especially for this venue, to further document the environment which defines and characterizes the Patapsco Valley.

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March 10, 2001

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March 14, 2001

CNNfn Market Analyst Allan Chernoff to Discuss Future of Investing in Internet

CNN Financial News senior correspondent Allan Chernoff will discuss the future of investing in Internet companies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County's (UMBC) "Visionaries in Information Technology (IT)" breakfast forum on April 3.

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UMBC MUSIC DEPARTMENT ESTABLISHES MUSIC PERFORMANCE FELLOWSHIPS

UMBC's Department of Music has established a Music Performance Fellowship program, to begin in the 2001-2002 academic year. The fellowships will enable talented students to pursue their interest in music, regardless of their major. Each fellow will receive a scholarship to cover the cost of private lessons, for which students will receive academic credit.

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UMBC FINE ARTS GALLERY PRESENTS FREE CONFERENCE ON JOSEPH BEUYS PARTNERSHIP AND GREENING INITIATIVES

UMBC's Fine Arts Gallery presents "An Idea Takes Root/Get Your Stone in Motion," a symposium on the Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership and greening initiatives in Baltimore. The free, day-long conference will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 4 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. For more information call (410) 455-3188.

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March 19, 2001

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March 22, 2001

UMBC'S FINE ARTS GALLERY PRESENTS JOSEPH BEUYS TREE PARTNERSHIP DEDICATION CEREMONY

On April 10 from 1 to 3 p.m., UMBC's Fine Arts Gallery presents a dedication ceremony for the university's Joseph Beuys' Tree Partnership site, where 30 trees have been planted along the grove behind the Retriever Activities Center. The UMBC community and the general public are invited to attend this free event in celebration of the conclusion of Phase I of the Joseph Beuys' Tree Partnership. For more information call (410) 455-3188.

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March 23, 2001

UMBC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC PRESENTS DOUBLE IMAGE

UMBC's Department of Music presents Double Image, a concert of new Austrian music by Berndt Turner, percussion, and Gisele Beer, flute, at 8 p.m. on April 4 in the Fine Arts Recital Hall. Admission is $7 general, $3 students/seniors. For information and reservations please call (410) 455-2942.

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UMBC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC CONCERT BY EMMANUEL SÉJOURNÉ HAS BEEN CANCELLED

The UMBC Department of Music's concert by Emmanuel Séjourné, Europe's premier vibraphonist, has been canceled due to an injury. The concert was scheduled for at 8 p.m. on March 28 in the Fine Arts Recital Hall. The event will be rescheduled next season.

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March 25, 2001

UMBC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC PRESENTS CELLIST FRANK COX

UMBC's Department of Music presents an evening of high density new music for solo cello by Frank Cox at 8 p.m. on April 8 in the Fine Arts Recital Hall.

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UMBC STUDENTS PRESENT FIRST WEEKEND ARTS FESTIVAL, ARTBEAT

In order to promote the work of talented UMBC artists, UMBC's Society of Recording Technology Students have organized ArtBEAT, a festival presenting visual art, music, dance, theater, film & video, and performance art by UMBC students and local artists. ArtBEAT will be held on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1 in and around the Fine Arts Building and the University Center. In addition to free performances and exhibits on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, ARtGAZm, a Saturday evening dance party/fundraiser, will feature a variety of djs, including Supa DJ Dmitry of the 90's musical group, Dee-Lite. For more information call (410) 868-6963. PLEASE NOTE: ELEANOR LEWIS IS A MEDIA CONTACT ONLY. CALL (410) 868-6963 FOR EVENT INFORMATION.

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March 28, 2001

UMBC STUDENTS PRESENT FIRST WEEKEND ARTS FESTIVAL, ARTBEAT

In order to promote the work of talented UMBC artists, UMBC's Society of Recording Technology Students have organized ArtBEAT, a festival presenting visual art, music, dance, theater, film & video, and performance art by UMBC students and local artists. ArtBEAT will be held on Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1 in and around the Fine Arts Building and the University Center. In addition to free performances and exhibits on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, ARtGAZm, a Saturday evening dance party/fundraiser, will feature a variety of djs, including Supa DJ Dmitry of the 90's musical group, Dee-Lite. For more information call (410) 868-6963. PLEASE NOTE: ELEANOR LEWIS IS A MEDIA CONTACT ONLY. CALL (410) 868-6963 FOR EVENT INFORMATION.

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March 29, 2001

UMBC DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC PRESENTS ITS OPERA WORKSHOP

UMBC's Department of Music presents scenes from famous operas, performed by the Opera Workshop and directed by Aya Ueda.

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March 30, 2001

UMBC'S IMAGING RESEARCH CENTER CREATES VIRTUAL TOUR OF CONE SISTERS' APARTMENTS

In what is likely a first for museums around the country, The Baltimore Museum of Art and UMBC's Imaging Research Center (IRC) have collaborated to launch develop a virtual tour of the Cone Sisters' apartments as part of the Grand Reopening of the Cone Wing on April 22, 2001.

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UMBC's IMAGING RESEARCH CENTER CREATES VIRTUAL TOUR OF CONE SISTERS' APARTMENTS

In what is likely a first for museums around the country, The Baltimore Museum of Art and UMBC's Imaging Research Center (IRC) have collaborated to launch develop a virtual tour of the Cone Sisters' apartments as part of the Grand Reopening of the Cone Wing on April 22, 2001.

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