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Wabash Events Calendar

September 09, 2021

All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.

Wabash has spent the summer taking appropriate measures to protect our campus community's health, and yet we cannot predict what public health conditions might be two weeks or two months from now. To that end, we expect our alumni, parents, and guests to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to coming to campus for events and activities. (If you cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons, please let us know and we will try to make the appropriate arrangements to protect your health.)
Face masks are required for all unvaccinated persons while indoors on the Wabash campus. Face masks are also required when 50 or more people are gathered indoors, regardless of vaccination status.


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Thursday, September 9

Coffee & Careers: Lilly Library 1832 Brew Lounge, 9:00AM - 11:00AM

Coffee & Careers

All-Campus Headshots: Lilly Library Scholars Lounge, 10:00AM - 5:00PM

All-Campus Headshots

Chapel Talk- Trey Harnden '18: Chapel Chapel, 11:15AM - 11:45AM

Chapel Talk- Trey Harnden '18

Orr Fellowship Information Session: Hays Science Hall 104 Class of 1951 Lecture Hall, 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Orr Fellowship Information Session

Div III Colloquium: Virtual Wabash 001, 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Div III Colloquium

Eric Dean Gallery Reception- Visiting Artist Monika Meler: Fine Arts Center 00 Eric Dean Gallery, 4:00PM - 6:00PM

Eric Dean Gallery Reception- Visiting Artist Monika Meler

In Mine, Yours, Ours Monika Meler explores ideas related to the Anthropocene. The series of work suggests that humans can only love that which they touch, build, or are responsible for making.  There is clearly a contradiction between what is valuable and what humans, value. This contradiction defines the Anthropocene, a geological term for the age of humans, or more specifically the impact that humans have had on the earth especially through global warming, industrialization, and colonization. 

Meler explores this contradiction through her process. Using printmaking, papercuts, and collage she incorporates shapes that resemble rocks, pieces of earth, or natural forms and images that were made from domestic objects intended to imitate nature, to examine the root of the problem of “value,” in its many manifestations and forms. Meler is interested in examining how we value the objects in our homes that are meant to mimic or celebrate nature while actual natural environments are left to perish.

Originally from Brodnica, Poland, Monika Meler earned her B.F.A. from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design. She continued studies at Purdue University, where she earned an M.A., followed with an M.F.A from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University. While at Tyler, she spent a year studying in Rome, Italy.

Meler completed residencies at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Connecticut, the Frans Masereel Center in Belgium, the Cork Printmakers in Ireland and the Women's Studio Workshop in New York. Solo exhibits include Liminal Passages at Longwood College in Virginia, The Distance Between at the Limerick Printmakers Gallery in Ireland and Contain/Retain at the Cocoon Gallery in Kansas City.  Currently Monika is Associate Professor at the University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN.

Wabash Think Tank Callout Meeting: Lilly Library Game Lab +, 7:00PM - 7:45PM

Wabash Think Tank Callout Meeting

MXI Call-Out: Malcolm X Institute 109 Horace Turner Classroom (1st Floor), 7:30PM - 8:00PM

MXI Call-Out

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