John D. Caputo works in the distance between philosophy and theology and has an interest in the state of religion in the postmodern condition. He is the author of numerous books, such as Radical Hermeneutics and The Weakness of God.
BACAP Lecture -Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy
“Genesis and the Priority of Energeia In Aristotle’s Metaphysics”, Speaker: Dr. Mark Sentesy, Pennsylvania State University, Commentator: Dr. Daniel Shartin, Worcester State University
This event is free and open to the public.
BACAP Student Seminar
The Assumption String Camerata sponsored by the Department of Art, Music & Theatre, will present music of Mendelssohn, Corelli, Holberg, and Pink Floyd at 7:30pm on Thursday, November 16th in the Jeanne Y. Curtis Performance Hall in Tsotsis Family Academic Center. The ensemble is now in its eleventh year of presenting the great string ensemble repertoire. This event is free and open to the public.
How did fashionable hotels provide musical entertainment for their salon guests in a pre-radio, mid-19th century world? Enter the European Salon Orchestra (ESO). Often comprised of the soloists from the respective sections of a local full-sized orchestra, these pocket symphonies featured a violin, viola, cello, bass, piano, flute, clarinet, trumpet and percussion, as well as a vocalist.
The Assumption College Chorale will present their annual “Sounds of the Season” holiday concert on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 2:00pm in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit at Assumption College. The concert will feature favorite carols as well as less familiar seasonal music. Richard Monroe, Director; Brett McGuire, accompanist.
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 28, 2017, 6:00‒8:00 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: September 28 – November 20, 2017
Everyone is welcome to attend the Inaugural Alumni Art & Design Exhibition in the Emmanuel d’Alzon Library Gallery. This faculty juried show will consist of art and design submitted by the alumni of our studio art and graphic design programs.
The Assumption College Philosophy Department will be sponsoring a lecture by Dr. Rebecca Goldner, “FLESH AS LIVING LOGOS”, 7:30 P.M., Kennedy Memorial Hall, Room 112
Commentator: Patrick Macfarlane, PhD, Providence College
This lecture is free and open to the public.
The Department of Art, Music & Theatre presents The Assumption String Camerata performing music of Bach, Elgar and Carr on Thursday, April 20th at 3:00pm in The Chapel of the Holy Spirit. The ensemble is now in its eleventh year of presenting the great string ensemble repertoire. This event is free and open to the public.