Just a reminder - saved this email. Cathy, I hope you don't mind.
From: C Gaul [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 7:14 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Chuck Close at Princeton will be webcast!
Great news! The Close lecture will be webcast. I got a notice from
Princeton that they will be webcasting the Chuck Close lecture the
Humanities Council is hosting October 9. I contacted Dwight Bashore, the
Web Specialist at Princeton's Web Media site, about the possibility the
lecture might be webcast. He sent my question on to the Council of the
Humanities, and they are webcasting! YAY!
If you want to 'see and hear' Chuck Close, you can go to
The lecture is scheduled for 4:30 Eastern.
From their announcement: The Council of the Humanities continues its 50th
anniversary celebration. Founded in 1953 to foster teaching, research and
intellectual exchange, the Council is a locus for interdisciplinary courses,
programs and initiatives, including visiting fellows, the creative arts and
media studies. This year the Council will host more than 25 distinguished
The Belknap Visitor in the Humanities
Chuck Close, the eminent artist and subject of a major retrospective at
the Museum of Modern Art, will show slides and talk about his work on
I hope some of you can take advantage of this great opportunity to listen
in. I think they keep the webcast on the site for a while, so if you can't
be there 'live' you can go later anyway.
"Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts
can be counted. - Einstein"