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Kathie Meredith: Breaking Barriers, motorsport photographs from the Racing Center Exhibition runs from 24 March – 27 June 2020 in the Reading Room Gallery. Location: 235 Lake Street, Elmira, NY 14901 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 5pm; Saturday, Noon-5pm. Closed Sunday, Monday and Holidays. Admission: $7 per person, free to those under 18. Admission is always free to Museum Members! Membership: Please inquire at the Reception Desk, call Guest Services at 607-734-3697 – or – visit us online…Find out more »
Our first meeting for 2020 will be held on April 2nd. Jot Titti will be our speaker and his presentation is titled "Genealogy Research in New York State and City.” The Southern Tier Genealogical Society meets on the first Thursday of the month (April through October). Our meetings are held at the Vestal Public Library, in the large conference room, and begin at 7PM running no later than 9PM. There is no cost to the public for attending our meetings.Find out more »
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS. Lecture by Dr. L.H. Stallings (Georgetown University) To Be Without Form: Sexuality Without a Publics in the 21st Century Thursday, April 9, 4:30 p.m. Guerlac Room, A.D. White House In this talk, Stallings will discuss portions of her transdisciplinary funk studies project: Black Saeculum: An Erospatiography, which discusses the end of sex and gender as we know it through an experiment with forms of writing and film about sex and…Find out more »
The wisdom of the ancients might be applicable to beer pong. In 1536, alarmed by a rising culture of binge drinking and competitive excess in sixteenth-century Germany, humanist and neoclassical poet Vincent Obsopoeus wrote De Arte Bibendi urging moderation while also offering tips for giving good toasts and winning drinking games—all based on his extensive personal experience. In this Chats in the Stacks book talk, Michael Fontaine, professor in the Department of Classics and the associate vice provost of undergraduate…Find out more »
Ms. Quiscue is the general coordinator for the Mesa de Pueblos Indigenas Victimas del Conflicto Armado en Bogotá (Committee of Indigenous Peoples Victims of the Armed Conflict in Bogota), a grassroots organization representing 16 Indigenous groups currently living in conditions of forced displacement in the city of Bogota, Colombia.Find out more »