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Check out some of our favorite events happening this week, including five exciting performances featuring pianist/composer Jon Jang, Hub New Music chamber group, and more! To receive our weekly newsletter, sign up here.

The New Boston

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Meet the authors of Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston, who will discuss the history behind how Boston became an epicenter of modern concrete architecture. Monday, February 22. Read More →

Pianist/Composer Jon Jang

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Jon Jang combines the sounds of jazz, gospel, symphonic, and traditional Asian music. Learn more about how he approaches creating his unique sound on Friday, February 26.
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Food for Thought

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Join us for a discussion over lunch about topical issues in arts, media, and design with architecture professor Ivan Rupnik and music professor Matthew McDonald. Tuesday, February 23. Read More →

The Royal Family of Guitar

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The Romero Quartet shares stories from touring the world and discusses the music industry on Friday, February 26.
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Playing at Carnevale 2016

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Listen to the wide variety of styles and music that are happening right here at Northeastern with the NU Jazz, Blues/Rock, and Fusion ensembles performing live at Carnevale 2016. Saturday, February 27.
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Hub New Music

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Hub New Music, a professional chamber music group, will be performing with the NU Wind Ensemble Chamber Group, and premiering a piece written by a Northeastern student. Sunday, February 28.
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Plus!

  • Congratulations to Brian Fountaine for winning the inaugural Ford College Community Challenge Bonus Grant for his project “Designing for Mobility of Veteran Amputees.” This project aims to integrate art with science in the development of prosthetic limbs.
  • Don’t know where to go for lunch? Eating the same thing every day? Well, The Lunch Report, started by CAMD’s own Larissa Weinstein, can help by sending a virtual menu to the food trucks and specials around your area of Boston. Sign up today to spice up your lunch break!
  • The DISMANTLE Retreat is convening in Boston on March 18 – 20. Come and deconstruct power and privilege in the context of Boston by discussing social justice, inclusion, community building, systems of power, and development of strategy and knowledge. Applications are required and must be submitted by Friday, February 26.
  • Students interested in applying to the M. Arch Independent Research + Design Studio program are encouraged to attend an informational meeting Friday, February 26. RSVP is required by Wednesday, February 24.
  • The spark Gallery is looking for submissions for their first show, XYZ, in their upcoming series “Media” in response to the question, “what is 3D?” Students are encouraged to submit artwork by the Friday, March 4 deadline.