Bellman Brown Bag

photo: Jack Hughes

Bellman Brown Bag

Programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month, noon to 1pm. Designed to begin and end within the lunch hour, patrons are invited to bring their lunch, if desired, or simply enjoy an hour of learning and entertainment.  This is an opportunity to gain insight into themes…

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Bellman Brown Bag

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 · Noon to 1 pm Ukiyo-E Art Presenter:  Richard Hicks, professor emeritus of BHSU Richard Hicks presents his private collection of Ukiyo-e art, which means “pictures of the floating world.” This form of art represents Japanese life from the pre-modern, pre-industrialized Japan.

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Bellman: Overview of Big Read

Local event coordinators, Amber Wilde, from Grace Balloch Memorial Library and Sian Young, from the Matthews Opera House, will present an overview of The Big Read, introduce the book, “The Namesake,” show a video discussion by book author, Jhumpa Lahiri, and discuss upcoming programming…

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Bellman: Loving New Music

“Dr. Strangesound or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love New Music” Presented by: Dr. Symeon Waseen, BHSU, Assistant Music Professor Join Dr. Symeon Waseen as he suggests how to listen to “new” and “unfamiliar” genres of music. Topics will include listening habits and techniques, philosophical angles, and a…

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Bellman Brown Bag: Spearfish Piano Duet

What is the Bellman? The Bellman Brown Bag series is a humanities program designed to explore ideas, history, literature, art and culture. Programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month, noon to 1:00 p.m. Designed to begin and end within each lunch hour, patrons are invited to bring…

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Bellman Brown Bag: January CANCELED

What is the Bellman? The Bellman Brown Bag series is a humanities program designed to explore ideas, history, literature, art and culture.  Programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month, noon to 1:00 p.m.  Designed to begin and end within each lunch hour, patrons are invited to bring…

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Bellman Brown Bag: Immigration Experiences

THIS MONTH A Big Read event. The program will feature community citizens who are recent immigrants to the United States.  The discussion will focus on the similarities and differences in the immigrant experience.  Parallels with “The Namesake” will be highlighted.  The featured panel is: Roni Coates – Poland…

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Bellman Brown Bag: Women’s History Month

THIS MONTH On Wednesday, March 12 at noon, in the Opera House Theatre, the Bellman Brown Bag Series pays homage to Women’s History month with a presentation about resources for conducting women’s history research in the special collections at BHSU Leland Case Library. Our presenter will be Bobbi…

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Bellman Brown Bag: Today’s Immigration Process

What does it take to immigrate to the United States today? That’s the question that will be discussed! Parthasarathi Nag, a current Spearfish resident, immigrated to the United States from India in 1997 to follow higher education, receiving his Ph.D. in mathematics from Washington State University in Pullman. Nag will…

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Bellman Brown Bag: Learn about Deadeye’s Wild West Theater

This July, our Community Theater is performing the play, “Deadeye’s Wild West OR Subterfuge in Spearfish” every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evening in July (starting July 7).  This month’s Bellman Brown bag welcomes the playwright, Paul Higbee, composer, Scott Simpson, and director,…

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