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  • Collage by Chun Hua Zheng and Gabor Csanyi -- The Tech
    ITS A KIND OF MAGIC -- The MIT Museum recently opened an exhibition entitled "Evolution of ten holographers", showing classic and contemporary works.

  • Karlene Rosera
    Indian dance master Chitresh Das gave a demonstration of his art on Monday in Killian Hall. He was artist in residence this week, and has taught several classes to MIT students.

  • Gabor Csanyi -- The Tech
    Ananya Guha '99 performed a short kathak dance with her fellow students in the recently opened Endicott Center (behind the MIT museum). She is among the four students who take classes in the dance form taught by Gretchen Ruckert, who studied the art with Chitresh Das (opposite) for 25 years.

  • Gabor Csyani -- The Tech
    WORLD MUSIC WEEK -- Famous kathak dance guru Chitresh Das (left) was artist in residence during Sept. 22-24, he will be performing tonight in Kresge Auditoruim to conclude his visit. Carlos Prieto '58, a renowned cellist and MIT alumnus, gave a lecture demonstration about Bach's cello suites in Killian Hall on his Stradivarius instrument. He recounted the story of the delicate cello, which was manufactured in 1720. He recently finished a book affectionately known as the "Biography of a Cello".

  • Rebecca Loh -- The Tech
    Alexandra Pearlman '00 shoots on goal in Tuesday's game against Curry College. MIT won 2-0.

  • Rita H. Lin -- The Tech
    Eric Chen '00 volleys during a doubles match against Boston University on Tuesday evening. Chen and partner James Matysczak '99 won 8-6.