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Peter Bunnell will be at
UNL today to discuss
"Wright Morris as a Pho
tographer." Bunnell is a professor of
Photography and Modern
Art at. Princeton University
and a director of the Prince
ton Art Museum.
His lecture is one of sev
eral in the Montgomery Lec
ture Series on "The Art of
Wright Morris." Morris, a
native Nebraskan and au
thor, is a visiting professor
and n ovelis t-in-re sidence at
UNL this semester.
Known for his photogra
phy as well as his novels,
one of which earned him a
National Book Award, Mor
ris currently is holding a
retrospective exhibit at Shel
don Memorial Art Gallery
titled: "Structures and Arti
Bunnell's lecture will be
at 1:30 pjn. in the Sheldon
He received a bachelors
of fine arts from the Roches
ter Institute of Technology,
a master of fine arts from
Ohio University and an M.A.
from Yale University.
Bunnell was curator of
photography at the Museum
of Modern Art in New York
City from 1966-72.
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and tongue protection. Vibram ribbed bottom
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For those interested in a specific project this class offers a
place to work, (and store tools if you wish) and people to
discuss design feasibility. Stress will be placed on crafts
manship, rather than the production of crafts. Ron and
Chuck will be continuing the tradition started last year by
Todd Christall in the Design and Production of silver jewelry.
Also the aspects of Metal Sculpture and design. Class is
limited to 15.
:3 p.o. Misslay Raft
This course will be to learn about comics, comic art, etc.
and to form an organization for the enthusiasts of this art
form. The group will be for whatever the members want to
make it. Time is flexible to participants schedules.
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Participants will have to buy their own
materials, a limit of 10 has been placed
on this class. Call Free U. office to
btro. to ths techniques of Austrian
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Three Sessions - lecture end discus
1. constitution of human potentials
2. assessment of goal-orientation
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4. group meditation
The U.S. 211 years later
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A course in alternative American History
exploring the question: "Has America
gone wrong and if so how and where?"
Discussion format - ell political per
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Skiing films on: introduction, entertainment, and instruc
tion, to be shown Nov. 11 ami Dec. 9 at 8:00 P.M. at the
Bivouac 1233 Q St. in Gunny's. Sign up for this second sem
ester instruction course at either film showing.
Call 432-CGCO for further Information.
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0 to 4 p.m. Wednesday - Friday K3m 331 Hcb. Onion Phone 470-0007
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