A memorial service will be held Monday, December 6, for Raphael Imer, the Fine Arts student who was killed in a traffic accident last winter. His mother and brother are coming from Switzerland to attend.
The service will be in the Loyola Chapel, beginning at 1:30 p.m. A reception will follow the service.
Congratulations to Elyse Gasco(BA Creative Writing 88), who won an unprecedented two firsts at the QSPELL Awards on Monday night for her collection of short stories, Can You Wave Bye-Bye, Baby?
She was given both the Hugh MacLennan Award for Fiction and the McAuslan First Book Award for her ironic, bittersweet stories on the theme of motherhood and adoption. The book was favourably mentioned in the New York Times Review of Books and shortlisted for a Governor-General's Award.
Dance Open House
Contemporary Dance students will put their best feet forward at the Dance Open House, to be held next weekend. Performances are December 10 and 11 at 8 p.m., and December 12 at 2:30 p.m., in Studio 303 of the Belgo Building, 372 Ste. Catherine W. near Bleury St. For more information, call 848-4740, firstname.lastname@example.org , or http://dance.concordia.ca
Family fun at the D.B. Clarke
Geordie Productions, the successful youth theatre company, is launching a family subscriptions se- ries of three plays in Concordia's D.B. Clarke Theatre.
The first production, scheduled for January 21 to 30, is called For Art's Sake. Art, in this case, is Art McArthur, who confronts self-doubt and realizes his creativity through slide projections, puppetry and music. The play, written by Colin Heath and directed by Elsa Bolam, is intended for children aged five to 12.
The subsequent productions in the series are The Paperbag Princess, based on a story by Robert Munsch (June 2 to 11), and The Wind in the Willows, the British classic (November 2000).
For subscriptions and more information, call the Geordie Productions box office at 845-1955.