Volume 91, Issue 48
Friday, November 21, 1997
If you think Canadian culture begins and ends with the MacKenzie Brothers, think again, hoser. Visual arts chair Madeline Lennon is here to set you straight.
Today at 4 p.m. in Rm. 100 of the John Labatt Visual Arts Centre, Lennon will talk about Canadian culture with a look at Canadian art and artists. Lennon will focus on the weight given to the notion of land in Canadian art by looking not only at landscape but other ways the land comes into art, she said.
The cultural differences between regions in Canada will be another focus of the talk as Lennon will be showing slides of work from across Canada.
The Canadian Red Cross Youth Council will be coming to the rescue of 1,095 children in London who won't have gifts under the Christmas tree.
The council will be accepting toy donations from Nov. 24 to the 28th at a booth in CentreSpot in the University Community Centre. The toys should be something educational and no clothes, make-up or toy guns will be accepted, said a member of the RCYC, Nadia Carvalho.
"The Canadian Red Cross Youth Council is hoping to raise 1,095 gifts so that all children in southeast London can have a wonderful Christmas," Carvalho said.
John P. Noonan
The Arab Students' Association is bringing a notable speaker to campus on Tuesday Harvard professor Marc Ellis, will present the topic, "Creating a future beyond Oslo: A Jewish reflection on sharing of Jerusalem and the land of Israel/Palestine."
Taymoor Marmarchi, president of the ASA, said his club wanted to present a speaker who will be controversial and provide attraction. "He's compelling about how he speaks and he's a very proud man."
Ellis will speak from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Richard Ivey School of Business, Rm. 2340.
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