Tag Archives: Distinguished Lecture Series
Posted on 11. Feb, 2014 by Jennifer DuPont.
This weekend, Door Community Auditorium (DCA) will offer an escape from the cold with an invigorating lecture about travel and a concert of foot-tapping music from the Door County Opry. Distinguished Lecture Series: Travel and the American Imagination On Saturday, February 15 at 9 am, DCA’s Distinguished Lecture Series will offer a lecture entitled “Are […]
Posted on 28. Feb, 2012 by Jennifer DuPont.
Door Community Auditorium (DCA) closes out its winter concert, lecture, and film series this weekend with a memorable series of events, including a free screening of the 2012 film The Ides of March, a free lecture on Latin American politics and an intimate fireside concert by accomplished musician John Hegner. Film Screening: The Ides of […]
DCA’s Weekend “Down Under” with Didgeridoo Lecture, Concert and Screening of Rabbit-Proof Fence, Feb 17-18
Posted on 06. Feb, 2012 by Jennifer DuPont.
The Door Community Auditorium (DCA) heads “down under” next weekend with a screening of the Australian-centered film Rabbit-Proof Fence, as well as a concert and lecture by Brian Pertl, didgeridoo expert from Lawrence University. On Friday, February 17, at 7 pm, the DCA’s Fireside Lobby will come alive with the distinct sounds of aboriginal Australian […]
Posted on 25. Feb, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
The fifth and final lecture in the St. Norbert College Distinguished Lecture Series entitled, “The Ambiguity of Leadership,” will be presented by Dr. Eliot Elfner, Professor of Business Administration at St. Norbert College, on Saturday, March 5, at 9 am at the Door Community Auditorium (DCA). Dr. Elfner provided a first person description of his […]
‘First Ladies and Their Public Images: Roosevelt to Obama’ Next in DCA Distinguished Lecture Series, Feb 12
Posted on 04. Feb, 2011 by Staff Reporter.
The third lecture in the St. Norbert College Distinguished Lecture Series will discuss the public images of select American First Ladies – how society influences their public image, and how they, in turn, influence society. This topic proves to be an historical subject as well as a current issue, as the public image of First […]