|The Honors College at IUB is sponsoring a public lecture by the IU School of Music’s Glenn Gass Sunday, April 7, at Sweeney Hall (MO15) at the Simon Music Center. “Elvis, Forever the King” begins at 4 p.m. This is the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death. Gass, who originated the nation’s first for-credit history of rock ‘n roll class, may be heard in this HP archival “Conversation online:”
Duke University’s Alberto Moreiras, a specialist in modern Latin American literature, will discuss “The Regional Intellectual” Thursday (April 4) at 7 p.m. in the IMU Walnut Tree Room, IUB.
“The Art of Art Education” has opened at the Herron Gallery, 1701 N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis. Local K-12 art educators, Herron grads and others were asked to respond to several works of art found in local collections by developing tools that could be used to teach their students about the work. For information, call 317-920-2420.
IU School of Music faculty in Bloomington will honor the life of Kenda Webb, the late wife of Charles Webb, former dean of the school, in a memorial concert Monday (April 1) at 4 p.m. in the Musical Arts Center. The program will include works of Schubert.
Playwright John Pielmeier (Agnes of God, Flowers for Algernon, Sins of the Father) will be conducting a workshop at IPFW Friday, April 5, and another the next day in Indianapolis. The free workshops require a reservation today by contacting Scot Greenwell at 317-464-1103.
On Friday, April 5, at noon in the Moot Court Room at the School of Law-Bloomington, University of Chicago sociologist Saskia Sassen will deliver the keynote address, “Globalization or Denationalization?” for the two-day symposium on “Globalization and Democracy: Prospects for the Future.” The symposium (April 5-6) marks the 10th anniversary of the
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, which will publish the proceedings.