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Professor to talk about weavings

Janice Lessman-Moss, School of Art professor, will present Origins and Synthesis, a lecture on her weavings and work, 7 p.m. tonight at the Murphy Auditorium in Rockwell Hall.

Lessman-Moss will lecture on her work from the past 10 years. A slideshow presentation will accompany the lecture to show the process of her weavings.

“The lecture should allow the audience to gain a better understanding of how a work is made and the thought process behind it,” Lessman-Moss said. “It’s insightful to how I think and work during the process.”

Lessman-Moss’ weavings are currently on display in the Kent State University Museum in Rockwell Hall.

— Jennifer Zemanek


Planetarium gives final show of year

The Kent State University Planetarium will present its last public show of the year, “Cosmic Beginnings: Birth, Death and Rebirth in the Universe,” beginning at 8 p.m. tonight in room 108 of Smith Hall.

The show can also be seen Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. The show is free and open to the public.

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—Douglas M. Kafury