Once again, this week is set to be jam-packed with events sponsored by CAAD! Read below to find out more information.

Monday, October 3, 5pm: “Grow Vaulted, World” Screening

“Grow Vaulted, World,” a documentary by Eva Wal about artist-in-residence Barbara Beisinghoff, will be screened today at 5pm in the Chicago Hall Screening Room. Please RSVP to the Facebook event here.

Image by Eva Wal

Image by Eva Wal

Wednesday, October 5, 4pm: “Man on a Wire” Screening

The film “Man on Wire” will be screened in honor of the Philippe Petit Lecture happening October 6th. The screening will be in the Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film, 109-Rosenwald at 4pm.

Wednesday, October 5-Friday, October 7, 7-9pm: “Seeing Shadows, Hearing Echoes”

The last of three Summer Multi-Arts Collectives supported by CAAD, “Seeing Shadows, Hearing Echoes” is an installation that invites the viewer to engage with classic philosophical questions outside the traditional realms of lecture and literature. Inspired by Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, it will be installed in the new Environmental Cooperative at the Vassar Barns and will use incorporate original art and music to create an immersive, engaging space. Viewers will be challenged to interact with and transform their environment as a means of grappling with themes of emergence, truth, image, and reality. October 5-7th, 7pm-9pm.

One work of "Cave Art," part of the "Seeing Shadows, Hearing Echoes" installation

One work of “Cave Art,” part of the “Seeing Shadows, Hearing Echoes” installation


Thursday, October 6, 5pm: Gallery Talk with Barbara Beisinghoff

Beisinghoff will host a gallery talk to discuss her work in detail in the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at 5pm.

Thursday, October 6, 5:30pm: Lecture by Philippe Petit

High-wire artist Philippe Petit will deliver a lecture at the Martel Theater in the Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film at 5:30pm.


High-Wire Artist Philippe Petit

And if you haven’t already done so, please stop by the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center to check out Barbara Beisinghoff’s exhibition, “When Light Touches Paper.” Beisinghoff’s works are on view in the Art Library as well.

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