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/ 1 16 Sopt. 21, 1967 SPECIAL TO THE HFRAT.D-TR BU. n FOR THF. 1967 MAIT.A AY EDITION ln n rt -conscious co unity such as Snrasotm, New College adds breadth and depth through it any special progr s. iggeAt campu event of the year is th Coll ge Su er Music Fe tival, which next June will open its fourth senAon. Al o for the fourth year, New College will offer a special program in tho f:f.eld of painting. ew this year, but certain to attract uch attention, will be the appearances of the College Quart t1 a strin ,roup in residence at the college. A permonent exhibition of paintings from tho colleg 's collection is on view in Center and in other buildings on the campus Support of the community's cultural life i provided in other ways For instance, faculty and tudents perform with the Florida West \ Coast Symphony and its Youth Orchestra.
NEW COLLEGE PaRe 2 Hailaway Nationally f ous artist such s Larry Rivers and Philip Guston hav given illustrated lectures of their worka. For 1968, tb S er Music Festival will be held frOTO May 31 to June 15, ith such u icians as oboi t Robert Bloo celli t Bernard r.reenhoue violist Walter Tra pler, violinist aul Wolf and flutist Julius Baker teaching and also perfo in, in public concerts. For the more than two weeke of th th campus 1 filled with u ic ond usician for th F Rtival is open to both N College under radu tes and oth rs eith T qualified as in tru entalists or knowl dge ble bout .mu ic. Th public concerts, pcrfo ed by the faculty, range from solo recitals to th usc of full symphony orche.tr Formed this p st year, and in resid nee n ca pus for the fir t time this fall, is the New College Qu rt t. Its e ber violinist Paul .olf and Anit rook r, v1oli t Wi ia rs and celliot Christopher von B eyer --have ope rehear nls twice each week and perform in concerts both on campus and off. Durin the summer, the Quartat moves to Connecticut and performs in connection with the Silvermine Guild of Artist trt, o uch a part of r sot life, find considerable expression at College. Thi year the Fine Art ln titut hich in previous ye rA h s offered paint1n claases to adult vtll offer a eri of lectures and cr1tf.que8 open to the public. They will be planned and conducted by arti t Syd Solo Alr dy the colle e has a condiderable coll ction of p intings, 9-UIJ of th a gift fro Mr. and rs. Alfred v. M rx, and others made avai.labl. by stud nts of the Fine Arte tn titute. Thee are dist>layed throug out eaapua buildings. 30-