Night & Day

June 24 - 30, 1999

monday
june 28
Gentlemen and ladies, pick up your pens! Devotees of calligraphy, that fancy-schmancy hobby dedicated to pretty handwriting, will be delighted to know that Julian Waters, an award-winning and internationally known calligrapher and designer, who has worked for National Geographic and the United States Postal Service, will conduct a workshop titled "Texture and Gradation with the Ruling Pen" at tonight's meeting of the South Florida Calligraphy Guild. The guild gets together from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. at Bluesten Park (501 SE First Ave., Hallandale). Admission is free for members and five dollars for nonmembers. Call 954-473-9045. (NK)

tuesday
june 29
Innovative creations, from mixed-media installations to sculptures to paintings to photographs, highlighting artists who have pushed the boundaries of art since the Fifties will be showcased in Heads Up!: Highlights from the Permanent Collection, opening today at the Museum of Contemporary Art (770 NE 125th St., North Miami). MoCA became a collecting institution in 1995 and its permanent stash now numbers more than 250 works by big names like John Baldessari, Alex Katz, Ana Mendieta, and Louise Nevelson, to name a few. The show runs through September 26. Admission is five dollars. Call 305-893-6211. (NK)

wednesday
june 30
The Iranian revolution seems as though it took place eons ago, but it's only been twenty years. Nevertheless the word Iran or Iranian still elicits anxiety in many an American. Imagine what it must be like for Iranians who moved to this nation from their homeland. Any adjustment is far from easy when one is cut off from a familiar language, history, and geography. Find out about the struggles of Iranians in America firsthand when Tara Kai, a contributor to A World Between (an anthology of essays, poems, and stories edited by Persis M. Karim and Mohammad Mehdi Khorrami) shares her perspective on how Iranian immigrants persevere in the United States tonight at 8:00 at Books & Books, 296 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables. Admission is free. Call 305-442-4408. (

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