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October 09, 2008 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily I michigandaily.com I Thursday, October 9, 2008

The Daily Arts
guide to the best
upcoming events
- it's everywhere
you should be this
weekend and why.

For over 30 years, pho-
tographer Jane Atwood
has been circling the globe
documenting subjects like
AIDS patients, landmine
victims and blind children.
Her 2000 photo exhibition
"Too Much Time," featur-
ing incarcerated women
from around the world, is
on display until the end of
the year from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the Arts and Archi-
tecture Building.
Despite being the home of
the ever-present Catholic
Church, Rome witnessed
the flourishing of a vibrant
secular music scene in the
16th century. UC Santa Bar-
bara Prof. Dr. William Prizer
details his findings on1500s
secular music in Rome in his
"Cardinals and Courtesans"
lecture at 5 p.m. tomorrow
in Burton Memorial Tower.

Comedian Daniel Tosh
has already accomplished
just about every feat in the
business. He's appeared
on numerous late-night
shows, had a "Comedy
Central Presents" and has
released a well-received
album and DVD. Tomorrow
he performs at 8 p.m. at the
Michigan Theater. Tickets
are $30.

Since forming nearly 40
yearsagoat NewYorkCity's
famed Juilliard School, the
Tokyo String Quartet has
risen to become one of the
world's most renowned
chamber ensembles. They
join forces with celebrat-
ed clarinet soloist Sabine
Meyer to perform works
by Beethoven, Bart6k and
Brahms at 7 p.m. Sunday at
Rackham Graduate School.

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