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Ackland 's art exhibit
features Italian artist
The Engravings of Marcantonio
Raimondi, the current exhibition at the
Ackland Art Museum, focuses on the
work of 16th-century Italy's most in
fluential engraver through a collection of '
Evan Turner, Director of the Ackland,
called the exhibition "perhaps the
greatest contribution to the art world in
the history of the museum."
The exhibition is the culmination of
more than ten years of study and three
years of actual collection by Innis
Shoemaker, Assistant Director of the
Ackland, and Elizabeth Broun, Curator
of Prints and Drawings at the Spencer
Museum of Art.
"In collecting the impressions for the
exhibition, the most challenging aspect
was to take careful notes to pick the best
available print," Shoemaker said. "Mar
cantonio's talent and genius is most evi
dent when his finest impressions are view
ed, as his shadowing and highlighting are .
Marcantonio was born about 1480 in
Bologna. He served as an apprentice to
Francesco Francia, the painter and
medalist. His engravings are signed with
the monogram MAF as a tribute to his
Marcantonio served as the official
engraver for Raphael. "The Massacre of
the Innocents," based on six drawings by
Raphael, may be one of the few works
that Raphael designed sepcifically for
Marcantonio to engrave.
Marcantonio was studied widely by
many Renaissance artists, and according
to Broun, "artists as diverse as Rem
brandt and Poussin, Delacriox and
Manet owned and seriously studied Mar
cantonio's engravings in the formation of
their own style."
Marcantonio's greatest contribution to
engraving was his invention of a techni
que for conveying three-dimensional
form through line.
engraving," Shoemaker said. "Working
after the drawings of great Renaissance
artists such as Raphael, Michelangelo and
Bandinelli, he invented a way of sug
gesting rounded volumes and creating a
consistent lighting for them, as one sees in
a painting. Marcantonio's techniques
formed the basis for future reproductive
dead at 80
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) Lee Strasberg,
who taught "method acting" to a genera
tion of stars such as Marlon Brando,
James Dean and Marilyn Monroe, died
Wednesday of a heart attack. He was 80.
The graduates of Strasberg's Actors
Studio comprise a virtual Who's Who of
American acting: Robert de Niro, Paul
Newman, Al Pacino, Jane Fonda and
Sally Field, to name others.
. In 1974, the master teacher made his
movie debut and won an Oscar nomina
tion for his portrayal of an aging under
world boss in "Godfather II." Such
recognition also followed his pupils
organizers of an Actors Studio party in
1980 figured Strasberg's students had
won or been nominated for 128 Oscars,
Tonys and Emmys.
Strasberg was stricken at his apartment
on Central Park West at 6:30 a.m. and
taken to St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital,
where doctors tried to revive him until
7:56 a.m., said John Springer, publicist
for Strasberg and the studio.
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His clearly disciplined technique was
one that could be simplified to the bare
essentials of sequences of dense crosshat
chings, more widely spaced parallel hat
chings, and light fleck marks or dots to
express tonal transitions from dark to
"Yet even Marcantonio's closest
followers never were able to imitate the
multiplicity of effects that he achieved
with this technique which, in the finest
impressions of his works, creates dense,
luminous tones, varied textures and pure,
rounded volumes," Shoemaker said.
Marcantonio's clear, systematic
engraving technique reached its peak in
about 1515-20. From this period, several
works in the exhibition are especially fine
examples of his art.
In Two Women with the Signs of Libra
and Scorpio, Marcantonio was able to
render the forceful turning figures
sculptural forms through evenly spaced
curving strokes that express a full tonal
range from dark to light. The design of
the work is ascribed to Raphael and is
similar in its classical style to another
work after Raphael, The Judgement of
Paris. This work is now best known
because Manet based the figures in the
Dejeuner sur I'Herbe upon the reclining
river gods and seated nymph in the right
of the engraving. In its own day Marcan
tonio's Judgement of Paris was a work
that led to his recognition and further
established his successful career.
Events in conjunction with the exhibit
include a lecture on Marcantonio by Innis
Shoemaker at 8 p.m. Thursday in Room
115 Ackland, a lecture by Elizabeth
Broun at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 22 in Room 115
Ackland relating Marcantonio to modern
art, a gallery talk by Ms. Shoemaker at
12:15 p.m. March 3, and a seminar on
public and private print-collecting at 10
a.m. March 20 conducted by Evan
Turner, Ms. Shoemaker, and Katharine
C. Lee, in Room 115 Ackland.
"A Taste of the Renaissance," a
brunch with music in the Renaissance
style, will be held S nday from noon to
1:30 p.m. at the mv eum. The cost of the
brunch is seven dollars per person, and
reservations can be made by calling, the
museum at 966-5736.
The exhibition is supported by a grant
from the National Endowment for the
Arts. A fully illustrated scholarly
catalogue prepared by Ms. Shoemaker
and Ms. Brown accompanies the exhibi
tion. The Engravings of Marcantonio
Raidmondi will remain on, view at
Ackland through March 28. 'Admission is'
free, and museum hours are Tuesday
through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Sunday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. j
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series to show
You Have Struck a Rock, presented
by the African Studies Program as part
of the African Film Series, will be pre
sented at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in 101
You Have Struck a Rock is the story
of the women who led the mass oppo
sition to apartheid in the 1950's and
the struggle South Africans are facing
now. Motlalepula Chabaku, a South
African visiting scholar at Bennett
College in Greensboro, will preview
the film. A 7 v , ,.. . , ,
; The .nlin.iis part of .a. series, being
shown to recognize the 70th anniver
sary of the founding of the African
National Congress; the first organized
resistance to South African apartheid.
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STUDENT JUDICIAL ACTION
From Sept. 21, 1981-Nov. 17, 1S31
Cheated on English 2 paper
Colaboraled on two Com
puter Science 114 programs.
Cheated on Computer Science
Cheated on Chemistry 1 1 exam.
Forged and falsified Chem
mistry Department sign out
Furnished false information
with intent to deceive.
Cheated on Business Ad
ministration 71 exam.
Not Guilty Guilty
Cheated on Math 2 exam.
Not Guilty Guilty
Cheated on Math 2 exam. Guilty Suspension through Fal
Cheated on Math 31 exam. Guilty Suspension through Fall
" FaH semester, 1981.
Possession of marihuana. Guilty . Censure, loss of student
. ... I. D. privileges. . -
Cheated on Main R exam. Guilty Probation not lo be re
moved prior lo end of
Spring semester, 1982.
Cheated on Math 22 eum. Guilty Suspension through FaH
semester, 1981. Proba
tion through Spring
Cheated on Math 22 exam. Not Guilty Not Guilty
Cheated on Economics 163 Guilty , , Suspension through FaH
em- semester, 1981.
Possession of marijuana. Guilty Censure
Cheated on Political Science Not Guilty Not Guilty
Cheated on French 2 final Not Guilty Guilty Suspension not to be re-
moved prior to the end
and a young Bacchante'
The Orders of the Grail and Valkyries
are now accepting nominations for mem
bership. Nomination forms for membership in
the honor societies can be obtained from
the Union desk, or from Mary Henderson
or Jeff Koeze. The groups honor men
and women in the sophomore, junior and
senior classes for outstanding character,
scholarship, leadership and service.
Nomitiatiohs may also bd submittec! in
letter form, with two references, and
mailed to Box 20, Carolina Union. Nom
inations will be taken until Feb. 22, but
late entries will be accepted.
Board sustained verdict
and sentence. Chancdor
sustained verdict and
Suspension not to be
removed prior to end of
Spring semester 1982.
F in course.
. Definite Suspension
through Fal semester,
1981. "F" in course.
Suspension not to be re
moved prior to the end of
Spring Semester. 1982.
"F" in course.
Board dismissed case.
Suspension througfcj -University Hearings
Spring semester, 1982. Board sustained verdict,
"F" in course. reduced sanction to sus
pension through Fal
Suspension not to be re
moved prior lo end of
Spring Semester, 1982.
Board sustained verdict,
reduced sanction to sus
pension through FaH
semester, 1981 and pro
bation' through Spring
semester, 1982. Appeal
lo Chancellor pending.
Board sustained sen
tence. University Hearings
Board sustained verdict,
reduced sanction lo sus
pension through FaH
semester, 1981. "F" hi
By PETER JUDGE
DTH Staff Writer
County and city governments have a
responsibility in hazardous and low-level
waste management, according to a Tri
angle J Council of Governments report.
Ed Holland, staff researcher for Tri
angle J, said the report gives "substance,
advice and interpretation to local govern-:
ments on an issue that has generated
more controversy than you can shake a
"One important thing is the realization
that local governments have an important
role in the control and management of
hazardous wastes in their communities,"
"Towns and counties cannot sit back
and wait for the state to roll over local or
dinances or for someone to come in and
propose a disposal site for the communi
ty,4 he said. "The local governments
have to take their own initiatives."
Holland said the report recommended
that local governments take an active role
in planning, zoning and research "not
just roll over on their backs waiting for
something to happen."
Donald Willhoit, chairman of the sub
committee which released the findings,
said the report addressed the issue of
hazardous and low-level radioactive
wastes on the local level.
The state and federal role in waste man
agement had been covered thoroughly,
but county and town governments did
not have much guidance, said Willhoit,
who is an Orange County commissioner
and UNC Health and Safety Director.
"This area has been suggested as a site
for a hazardous waste disposal dump,"
he said. "The report addressed the issue
of what, if anything, the Triangle J Coun
cil of Governments should do about it."
Willhoit said the most important thing
to come out of the report was "the
recommendation that local governments .
should not try to prohibit or stand in the
way of these waste facilities.
"But if one is located in the commun
ity, it is up to the local government to
make sure that all safeguards and pre
cautions are taken into consideration."
The North Carolina Waste Manage
ment Act of 1981 contains the "Hardison
Amendment," which says that state regu
lations could be no more stringent than
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those passed by the federal government.
"The Hardison Amendment does not
apply to cities and counties," Willhoit.
said. "So local governments have a very
definite rolefin waste management.
"The local governments do have the
authority to establish additional ordi
nances above those of the state and federal
"This doesn't mean they won't be
challenged in the courts, but the local
governments do have this option which
the state does not," Willhoit said.
Holland said the issue of hazardous
wastes is important to just about every
body. "It is certainly important to the tri
angle area," he said.
He said the triangle area produces
some unique types of waste through the
many research facilities located here, but
it produces less waste than some other
areas of North Carolina.
The committee which produced the re
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from the communities involved, Willhoit
said. "Everyone from the League of
Women Voters and the Sierra Club to
Carolina Power & Light was involved."
The Triangle J Council of Govern
ments is a regional planning center lo
cated in the Research Triangle Park. The
six counties of Orange, Lee, Chatham,
Wake, Durham and Johnston are repre
sented in the Council of Governments.
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in the area defined by the Durham Tri
assic Basin, a geological formation with
many suitable features for a waste man
agement facility, the report said.
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