Upcoming Events

Feb. 5
Identities and Labels and Masks, Oh my!
Canon Lounge
6:30-7:30 p.m.

Real WIDE Talk Series presents this interactive program which explores multiple identities, including the labels we carry and the masks we wear.

Exhibit through Feb. 6Via Materia Art Show

Via Materia
The Elizabeth Holden Gallery

“Via Materia” features work by the 2015-2016 Warren Wilson Fine Art/Craft Fellows: Ben Blackmar, Jo Anna Hickman, Liz Koerner, Jess Self, and Nate Tiefenbach. The gallery is free and open to the public.

Elizabeth Holden Gallery Hours
Monday-Friday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday: 1-4 p.m.

Feb. 7

Chinese New Year Celebration 
Canon Lounge
4 p.m.

Hosted by Dr. Han, this celebration includes WWC pork and many other traditional Chinese dishes from the Chinese community. Performances, including a lion dance, begin at 4 p.m. and dinner starts at 5 p.m. This event has been a community building and cross culture education tradition at the College for the last 16 years.

Mondays, Feb. 8, 15, 22, 29, March 7student in science lab academics
Natural Sciences Undergraduate Research Sequence (NSURS) presentations
Jensen Lecture Hall
4-5 p.m.

This seminar series includes some truly innovative student work. Each presentation is roughly 20 minutes in length, including time for the students to field questions from audience members. There will be presentations every Monday for the rest of the semester and a complete schedule of presentations for this term can be found on the NSURS webpage.

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Wednesdays, Feb. 10, 24, March 2, April 13
WWC Craft Talk Series – Spring 2016
Holden Auditorium
6-7 p.m.

Feb 10 – Alex Irvine, figurative sculptor and architectural ceramics artist
Feb 24 – Aaron McIntosh, fourth generation quilter
Mar 2 – Tally Locke, woodworker
April 13 – Daniel Beck, steel craftsman

Feb. 17

Fireside Chat
Log Cabin – Work Program Office
7 p.m.

Join Activist in Residence, Mandy Carter in conversation with Brian Ammons, as she shares her story and reflects on activism as a vocation. This discussion will explore how Mandy came to a life of activism, how her work and life have unfolded, and the ways her gifts and passions have played together in living a life of meaning. A time for questions and answers will follow.

Feb. 20

The Soul of the Activist Conference
Warren Wilson College
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

The work of activists — of citizens engaged in creating positive change — can be both rewarding and tiresome, life-giving and heart-breaking. What drives us towards (or calls us into) activism? How do we sustain ourselves and one another in the work for positive change? Might there be a spirituality of activism, and if so what does it look like? The Soul of the Activist Conference seeks to bring agents of change new to the work of justice-making and peace-building into conversation with those who have been in the work for decades. Please register online.

Feb. 23

Screening of ANITA
Time/Location: Stay Tuned

WIDE and BSU will screen “ANITA,” a profile of Anita Hill, the African-American lawyer and professor who challenged Clarence Thomas’ nomination to the US Supreme Court. Anita Hill speaks about her impact on issues of sexual harassment, workplace rights for women and men, social justice and equality.

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Lecture by artist Aaron McIntosh
Holden Auditorium
6-7 p.m.

Visiting artist Aaron McIntosh will bring his Invasive Queer Kudzu project to campus this February. Invasive is an art project that proudly reclaims kudzu, an invasive plant species, as a symbol for Southern queer visibility and tenacity in the face of stereotypes that obscure our rich histories.

Feb. 25

Invasive Workshop
Lower Gladfelter
11 a.m.-5 p.m.

All WWC community members are invited to come share their stories, histories, and messages of support by turning them into quilted kudzu leaves. The goal is to turn these stories into a mass of quilted kudzu leaves that will be exhibited around the country.

Feb. 26

Lecture by artist Aaron McIntosh
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design
6-7:30 p.m.

Visiting artist Aaron McIntosh will provide a presentation on the Invasive Queer Kudzu project at The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design in downtown Asheville. Invasive is an art project that proudly reclaims kudzu, an invasive plant species, as a symbol for Southern queer visibility and tenacity in the face of stereotypes that obscure our rich histories.

Feb. 27

Screening of Malcolm X
Time/Location: Stay Tuned

WIDE will screen the biopic of Black activist and leader for Black liberation, Malcolm X. His assassination in 1965 left a legacy of self-determination and racial pride.

Feb. 29

Is Your Truth Honest with Jamie Butler
Time/Location: Stay Tuned

Elon University strategist, Jamie Butler, will facilitate this worshop. This session is for those individuals who are ready for a challenging but honest dialogue on perceptions, personal bias, racism, and privilege. The nature of this session requires for all attendees to be active participants. The presenter suggests that attendees have prior experience with diversity related topics or expect to be challenged.


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All events are subject to change.