Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 1999
IN THIS ISSUE
U.Va. to host public forum with alumni about the future of the Internet age
Former dean Raymond J. Nelson receives U.Va.'s Thomas Jefferson Award
U.Va.'s foster families fill the breach for children in need

Conference explores ways to internationalize universities

Winston, Weaver 'rapt' up Film Festival
Sigourney Weaver on motherhood and other roles
Sharing digital resources to help teachers use technology in class
Hot Links - President's Office
Film, panelists explore 'digital divide' in computer access
After Hours - arborist Jerry Brown
U.Va. well on its way to ringing in the Year 2000 without a systems glitch
Off the Shelf - recently published books
Digital prints on display Nov. 1-29
CEO of Pew Trusts to give talk Nov. 3
TOP NEWS

Scarecrow, 1999. Randy Bolton.Digital prints on display Nov. 1-29

Randy Bolton will exhibit his digital print works at the Fayerweather Gallery Nov. 1-29. Bolton uses images reminiscent of children's storybook illustrations, but turns the safe and innocent familiarity of those images into what he describes as "metaphors of a troubled world that is threatened by forces beyond our true comprehension and control."

  • Nov. 4. Open house in printmaking. 6:30-8 p.m.
  • Nov. 5. Lecture by Bolton, Campbell 160, 4 p.m. Opening at Fayerweather, 5 p.m.


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