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Monday, March 30th

9:45am
Ernest Wilson talks about three weeks in South Africa. Second in series of weekly Travelogues during OU's spring term, through May 18.
6:00pm
VMFA's Dr. Mitchell Merling and students in the Seminar in Museum Studies, discuss the exhibition "Seventeenth-Century Dutch Landscapes."
6:00pm
Janaka Stucky will read from his forthcoming poetry collection THE TRUTH IS WE ARE PERFECT, accompanied by local authors Valley Haggard and Allison Titus.
8:00pm
Featuring works by Bernstein ("On the Town," Three Dance Episodes), Schubert (“Unfinished” Symphony) and Weill (Symphony No. 2), Janna Hymes conducting.