Seeing the World
– Avant-garde film screening series in CVPA, UMass Dartmouth
1st Screening: Overview
A series of screenings for avant-garde films and video art are taking place in
CVPA Star Store Campus. The first screening will be in Lecture Hall.
When? Tuesday 7:30- 9:00PM, Feb.13th, 2007.
Featured film: Japanese, America & Europe experimental short films.
Sponsored by Art History & Design Department, discussion with faculty
from all departments will be followed.
Refreshments will be served.
Anyone interested in experimental films is welcome to join.
2nd Screening: Contemporary Asian Video Art
When? Feb. 27th, Tuesday 7:30PM
Where? CVPA Star Store Lecture Hall.
Featured films include video work selected from E-flux, the internationally influential
video rental project, which was recently installed in Harvard University as the final
stop. Short films from China, Japan & Korea will be presented & discussed by Art
History faculty and grad students. Welcome to join us.
3rd Screening: Russian/German Avant-garde
When? Mar.14th, Wednesday 6:30PM
Where? Gallery 154 Group VI, CVPA UMass Dartmouth Campus.
Sponsored by Art History & Design Department
Discussion with faculty from Art History, Fine Arts & Design Department will be
The screening is open to public.
4th Screening: Free Speech, War & Film
When? Apr.10th, Tuesday 6:00PM,
Where? Gallery 154 on 1st floor, Group VI, CVPA Dartmouth Campus.
Sponsored by Design Department & Social Change Society in UMass Dartmouth
1. Why We Fight, by Eugene Jarecki
2. Forbidden City, by Xiying Yang,
3. Ash, by Honglei Li
Discussion with CVPA faculty will be followed.
The show is open to public.
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