The Arts

Can Film Festival Choral Society to perform Odyssey on WPSU
Exhibit in Pattee Country star in Williamsport Spring films


Betye Saar signs her exhibition, "Betye Saar Tangled Roots,"
as she completes its installation at the Palmer Museum of Art.
The exhibit is on display through July 21.
Photo: Greg Grieco


Can Film Festival

The Can Film Festival, an annual showcase of student film and video work in the College of Communications, is scheduled for Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, in Schwab Auditorium. Show time both evenings is 7 p.m.

This year's format is a non-judged festival screening of the best student work from the past academic year. The festival will run approximately three hours, with a short intermission. Several faculty and alumni achievement awards also will be presented.

Tickets are $3 in advance and $4 at the door. Tickets are on sale at all Center for Performing Arts box offices and also are available by calling (814) 863-0255.

For more information, contact Ned Faust, assistant professor of film and video, at (814) 863-1243, or Christine Templeton, director, alumni and public relations, at (814) 865-8801.


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Choral Society to perform

The State College Choral Society will present the final concert of its 1995-96 season at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 28, in Eisenhower Auditorium on the University Park Campus.

Directed by D. Douglas Miller, professor of music, the society will perform with full orchestral accompaniment and will feature four well-known area soloists: Susan Boardman, soprano; Jan Wilson, mezzo soprano; Richard Kennedy, tenor; and Norman Spivey, baritone.

Tickets are $10 ($5 for students) and may be purchased at the Eisenhower box office the day of the concert. For more information, call (814) 863-0255.


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Odyssey Through Literature

On the next episode of Odyssey Through Literature, Leonard Rubinstein hosts Nancy Tischler, Penn State professor of English and humanities, in a discussion of Bruce Sutherland's mission to advance Australian literature.

Tischler and Rubinstein also discuss the manner in which many Americans view other countries.

Odyssey Through Literature is produced at WPSX-TV as a continuing education service of Penn State's Department of Comparative Literature. It airs Sundays at 6:30 p.m. on WPSU, 91.5FM.


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Exhibit in Pattee

An exhibition of works by Susan C. Struble will be on display in Pattee Library's Lending Service Gallery from May 1 through 31.

Although her work is semi-realistic, she tries to transcend the object and focus on colors, forms, shapes and lines.

Ms. Struble studied art at Penn State after graduating from Carleton College in 1960. Drawing and painting are her hobbies as she continues a volunteer career in art therapy.


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Country music star in Williamsport

New country singer John Berry, whose crystalline vocals are among the most highly revered in Nashville, will bring his red-hot list of hits to the Community Arts Center in Williamsport -- part of the Pennsylvania College of Technology -- on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Showtime is 7:30 p.m.

John Berry, nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Country Vocalist, has produced such hits as "Your Love Amazes Me" and "Standing on the Edge of Goodbye." His Williamsport show will also feature opening band Jim and Kristin Hull's North Country.

Tickets are between $19 and $30.50. For more information, call the center at (717) 326-2424 or (800) 432-9382.


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Spring films

"Fargo," a murder mystery from the makers of "Raising Arizona" and "The Hudsucker Proxy," will be shown at 8 p.m. April 26, 27 and 28 and May 1 and 2, at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport, part of the Pennsylvania College of Technology.

"Nixon," the Oliver Stone drama starring Anthony Hopkins in the title role, will be shown at 7 p.m. May 3, 4, 8 and 9 in the Community Arts Center. For more information, call the box office at (717) 326-2424.


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Last updated by Kathy L. Norris on April 22, 1996.