Reunion 2016 Tentative Schedule of Events

Monday, September 5 – Thursday, September 8  

ALL DAY   VOLUNTEER WORK PROJECT
     Register at alumni.antiochcollege.org/reunionvwp
     

Wednesday, September 7

6-9 p.m.    VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DINNER (by invitation only)
     

Thursday, September 8

11 a.m.-1 p.m.   BUILDING COMMUNITY: A DIALOGUE AMONG GENERATIONS
McGregor 113

11 a.m.-6 p.m.   REUNION REGISTRATION
Weston

12-2 p.m.   SELF PAY LUNCH
North Hall

1-4 p.m.   ALUMNI BOARD MEETING
McGregor 126

1:30-2:30 p.m.   RECRUIT A FUTURE ANTIOCHIAN
South Hall, Admissions

2-4 p.m.   CO-OP EDUCATION OPEN HOUSE
South Hall, Co-op Department

4:30-7 p.m.   HERNDON GALLERY OPENING RECEPTION

6:30-9 p.m.   GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY DINNER 
South Gym

     

Friday, September 9

8 a.m.-5 p.m.   WELLNESS CENTER PROGRAMMING

8-9 a.m.   C-SHOP BREAKFAST
North Hall

9 a.m.-5 p.m. 

  REUNION REGISTRATION
Weston
9-10 a.m.   TASTE TESTING, FARM TOUR
Drop in on our farm crew to see our new annual garden fence expansion, taste test our favorite vegetable varieties including yummy heirlooms and meet this year's spotted solar sheep!

10-11 a.m.   BETWEEN THE LINES: DIMI REBER
Finding Myself in This Earth
A workshop in sensing and moving, exploring ways of recognizing and releasing habitual tensions and exploring the nature of our own movement vocabularies with all their idiosyncrasies and resonates in our thoughts and feelings.
South Gym, Studio A

10-11 a.m.   DANCE: DARREN GILLEY
West African Drum And Dance
Sculpture Annex

10-11 a.m.   SCENE: RUTHIE SCARPINO
Panto-WHAT?! Theatre Company
Interactive Storytelling helps build phonemic awareness, higher order learning and reading skills in young people, and critical thinking. Audience members are put in role as storytellers and their ideas and creativity make this story experience unlike any other!
Great fun for young people ages 4-8
Foundry Theater, Experimental

10-11 a.m.   VOICE: SONGS FROM THE STOOP
Herndon Gallery

10 a.m.-12 p.m. 

  NOON TOUR THE STUDIOS
WYSO


11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

  COMMUNITY COOKOUT // INFO TABLES // AFFINITY MEET-UPS

1-2 p.m.   EXCURSION WITH NIKKI DAKOTA
WYSO

1:30-2:30 p.m.   RECRUIT A FUTURE ANTIOCHIAN
South Hall, Admissions

1:30-2:30 p.m.   DANCE: TERRY HEMPFLING
Wellness Center, Studio A

1:30-2:30 p.m.   SCENE: DIANA SHORTES
White Sauce and Diaper Babies is a sultry, intellectual, dark comedy which employs movement, verbatim text and ambient sound to explore the emotional and psychological complexities of the great American poet, Anne Sexton's life and work.
Foundry Theater, Experimental

1:30-2:30 p.m.      VOICE: CLAUDIA HOMMEL
This intimate concert features a program of songs that are inspired by the current portraiture exhibit in the Herndon Gallery.
Herndon Gallery

 

1:30-4 p.m.   BETWEEN THE LINES: FEATURE FILMS WITH JOHN KORTY
John Korty is described by the film critic, Leonard Maltin as a "principled filmaker who has worked both outside and withing mainstream, attempting to find projects that support his humanistic beliefs."
"Farwell to Manzanar" and how they survived the inernment camp years. Music by Paul Chihara. Broadcast by NBC in 1976.
Based on the family of Jeanne Watasuki Houston
ASB 219

3-4 p.m.   CO-OP SWAP
Herndon Gallery

3-4 p.m.   LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
Foundry Theater, Main

4:30-6 p.m.   1940s, 1950s, 1960s DECADE RECEPTION
Herndon Gallery

4:30-6 p.m.   1970s RECEPTION

4:30-6 p.m.   1980-2000s RECEPTION
Sculpture Annex

4:30-6 p.m.   CLASS OF 1966 RECEPTION
The home of Malte and Pam von Matthiessen 

6:30 p.m.   DINNER WITH SHAKESPEARE
A reading and review of Shakespeare. Organized by Tony Dallas and Pat Tovatt '66.
Main Tent

8 p.m.   WIG OUT!
Foundry Theater, Atrium

8:30 p.m.   BARGER-EASTMAN FOLK DANCE
Red Square (South Gym, in the case of inclement weather)

9 p.m.   CABARET HORACE
You are invited to perform 5-10 minutes of whatever it is you do best! Want to tell a knock-knock joke, dance, perform a monologue, read poetry, or even something improvisational? It could be wildly experimental or a work that comes out of a well-honed tradition. Whatever you present, think minimal (read “zero”) set-up and strike time. Everything is fair game...so be brave! Sign up available at the registration table or door.
Foundry Theater, Experimental

10 p.m.   BONFIRE
Weston

     

Saturday, September 10

8 a.m.-5 p.m.   WELLNESS CENTER PROGRAMMING

9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  REUNION REGISTRATION
Weston

8 a.m.-9 a.m.   C-SHOP BREAKFAST
North Hall

8-11:30 a.m.  

9/11 MEMORIAL STAIR CLIMB
Organized by Chief Colin Altman '93. The Annual 9/11 commemorative stair climb and benefit event. Visit ysstairclimb.com/registration.html to sign up and get involved. 
Main Building

9-11:30 a.m.  

CHAPTER ORGANIZERS MEETING
Interested in getting more involved in your area chapter? Want some tips on how to organize events? Join the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter to learn about effective organizing and the tag-a-longs. Duffy ‘77 will share tips for using social media. Alumni Relations staff will share exciting online tools for staying engaged connecting with students and campus. 
McGregor 113

9 a.m.   GUIDED HIKES IN GLEN HELEN WITH RESIDENT SCHOLAR GEOLOGY PROFESSOR PETER TOWNSEND
A very inside special look into the Glen from the rocks under foot to the canopy above. 

9 a.m.   SUSTAINABILITY TOUR
In Front of ASB

10-11 a.m.   A SELECTION OF SHORTS BY JOHN KORTY
ASB 219

10-11 a.m.   BETWEEN THE LINES: SHOW PARTY
Mind-warming and heart-blowing, ShowParty! (Chicago, IL) is a collective of performers who craft free, site-specific, theatre/party hybrid events dedicated to engaging our audience. We use transformed found spaces and share food and drink to connect people through common stories, empathy, and wonder.
Defenestration Gallery, ASB

10-11 a.m.  

DANCE: JILL BECKER
This class begins with sensory awareness, breath work and moving ideas that awaken and enhance the dancers own movement possibilities. We will then explore performance oriented improvisational approaches where participants dance together in small groups.
Studio A, Wellness Center

10-11 a.m.  

SCENE: VINCE WALDRON
Staging Untold Stories
A hands-on theatre lab that explores how improvisation and story theatre techniques can be used to create dynamic new theatre from unlikely source material.
Experimental, Foundry Theater

10-11 a.m.  

VOICE: POETRY WITH ALICE FOGEL
Thanks for the Mysteries: Poetry for the Reluctant Reader
This mini-workshop is for anyone--from those who avoid poetry like the plague to those who teach it, form those who want to like it but feel insecure about whether they understand it enough to those who write it themselves and want their friends to like them anyway.
Herndon Gallery

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.  

STATE OF THE COLLEGE Q&A
South Gym, Wellness Center

1:30-2:30 p.m.  

ROUNDTABLE ON ANTIOCH THEATER DURING THE WILD AND WACKY 1970S
Atrium, Foundry Theater

1:30-2:30 p.m.  

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEETING
South Gym, Wellness Center

1:30-2:30 p.m.
 

BETWEEN THE LINES: LAUREN HIND
Experimental, Foundry Theater

1:30-2:30 p.m.  

DANCE: SALLY SILVERS
We will start in the studio with a 15-minute "live choreography": constructing from scratch and without prior rehearsal, a short movement event with dancers on the spot. You'll get an example of Sally's process in beginning a new dance, trying out ideas, an exploring the collaboration between choreographer and dancer.
Studio A, Wellness Center

1:30-2:30 p.m.  

SCENE: ROBIN RICE
Experimental, Foundry Theater

1:30-2:30 p.m.  

VOICE: JOHN SIMS
Recoloration Proclamation: Journey of a Political MathArtist
He will feature his two main projects: one mathematical and one political. Both stem from two critical conflicts: The Mathematics vs Art and battle over the Confederate flag and the complex ownership of South Heritage.
ASB 219

3-4:30 p.m.   ALUMNI AWARD PLENARY 
The Alumni Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce the distinguished 2016 Alumni Awards. Awardees will present their Horace Talk, based on the TED Talk model, during the Alumni Awards plenary with a reception immediately following.
Main, Foundry Theater

3-4 p.m.

  SOFTBALL GAME
Horseshoe

4:30 p.m.   AN OTRABANDA MOMENT
Foundry Theater, Experimental

6-8 p.m.

  CELEBRATION DINNER!
Main Tent

8:30-10 p.m.   SATURDAY SHOWCASE
Main, Foundry Theater 

10 p.m.

  DIV DANCE
Annex

9 p.m.


  AMPAC MOVIE NIGHT
ASB 219

     
 

Sunday, September 11

9-11 a.m.    FAREWELL BRUNCH
Main Tent

11 a.m.   MEMORIAL FOR ANTIOCHIANS AND FRIENDS 
Herndon Gallery

1 p.m.   TOUR OF MAIN BUILDING WITH PRESIDENT MANLEY

 



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