The Colgate Scene
November 2004

Conversations in art and media

Artist Marion Wilson (left) listens to an audience member's question at a panel discussion about the Bang! weapons and war art exhibition. Also pictured are Weapons and War course co-instructors John Knecht and Karen Harpp, who, along with Nancy Ries, participated on the panel. [Photo by Timothy D. Sofranko]

The Weapons and War programming also includes art exhibitions and a film series.

Fahrenheit 9/11
Prisoners of War
Johnny Got His Gun
*Night and Fog, Images of the World and the Inscription of War, Hiroshima Nagasaki 1945
*Jenin, Jenin
The Control Room
The Fog of War
The Atomic Café
Off to War
The Fourth World War
*Urbicide: A Sarajevo Diary

*Co-sponsored by peace studies

Linn Underhill, curator
An exhibition co-sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History and CEWS
Clifford Gallery, Little Hall
September 13-October 24, 2004

Deborah Bright, "How the West Was Won (Caution - Do Not Dig)"
Elise Engler, "Missing?" and "Prices Upon Request"
Ian Hamilton Finlay, "After Magritte"
Gregory Green, "Bible Bomb," "Book Bomb," "Suitcase Bomb"
Mike Greenlar, "Remnants of a Secret War"
Guy Limone, "840 People Per Day are Killed in Armed Conflict"
Andrew Linn '00 & Kathy High '77, "War and Peace Trilogy," a video by the Hudson Mohawk
Independent Media Center
Jim Sanborn, "Nuclear Weapon"
Marion Wilson, "Guns for Newborns"

Remembered Stories: Mixed-Media Installations
Carol Ann Lorenz, curator
Longyear Museum of Anthroplogy

NYC-based artist Carol Hamoy's installations based on her feelings of connection, as a Jewish child of immigrants to the United States, with children in Europe during and immediately following WWII.

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