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Thursday, March 22

7:00 am - 11:55 pm    Work in Progress Mural Project at Utah State University

Exhibit / Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art

The Work in Progress is a collage-style mural that is a stunning visualization of the impact of women on our society. It is a community project and the brainchild of Jann Haworth. To date, over 120 Utah men and women have created stencil portraits of more than 150 women who are catalysts for change in the arts, sciences and social evolution. Their portraits were then made into a beautiful collage by artist Liberty Blake. The mural is over 40 feet long and growing. A reproduction of the mural will be on view in the lower level of Utah State University’s Merrill-Cazier Library January 16 – March 29, 2018. Some 30 USU faculty and students will contribute to this mural as they propose names of women from their fields for inclusion in new segments of the mural. This project is being organized for USU by the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art who is partnering with Merrill-Cazier Library on this Year of the Arts initiative.

Merrill-Cazier Library, More Info

9:00 am - 5:00 pm    Emmy Lingscheit & Guen Montgomery Printmaking Exhibit

Arts & Entertainment / Caine College of the Arts

Through her work, Emmy Lingscheit investigates the interdependencies and exchanges between the biological and the man-made, revealing a postnatural world in which the line between synthetic and organic beings, systems, and materials is increasingly blurry. Guen Montgomery is an artist and performer whose work investigates identity through studies of gender, regional narrative and family mythology.

Chase Fine Arts Center, More Info

5:00 pm - 6:30 pm    Thoughts-Feelings-Behaviors

Workshop / Counseling and Psychological Services

Skills related to effectively modifying thoughts, utilizing emotions, and choosing behaviors will be discussed and practiced.

Taggart Student Center, More Info

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm    Tanner Talks: Dr. Karen Petrone on "Politics and Memory in Putin's Russia"

Lecture & Readings / History

Historian and author Dr. Karen Petrone will speak on "Remembering and Forgetting War: Politics and Memory in Putin's Russia" as part of Tanner Talks, an annual series sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Petrone, an expert on the Bolshevik Revolution and 19th century and contemporary Russia, is a history professor at University of Kentucky. A reception will follow. Open to everyone.

Haight Alumni Center, More Info