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About the exhibit:
August 11, 6-9pm: Opening Reception
August 18, 6-10pm: Special Performance by the 181
This installation will be on display through August 27, 2017....
Join the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Film Studies Program for an exclusive screening series, each film to be followed by a discussion with renowned Irish novelist Patrick McCabe. Every ticket...View >
University of Pittsburgh English alum Kay Oyegun has served as an executive at ABC, created a web series First Gen about being Nigerian-American, and written for OWN network’s Queen...View >
Undergraduate Research Panel: 10am-11:30am
Participants: Shannon Bolton ("SNL: Laughing Through the (Sexist) Pain") Eric Carl Hue III, Jia Yin Tang ("Not a Gay Man, Not Japanese: ...
Short: "It Should Feel Like Home"
Film Studies alum Mark Janavel visits to present his short documentary interviewing homeless LGBT folks in Pittsburgh specifically about their...View >
The Pittsburgh Film Colloquium presents Zachary Horton (Department of English/Film Studies, University of Pittsburgh)
Lecture: “Lost and Found in the Cosmic Zoom”
The speakers at this Symposium will be:
Diana W. Anselmo (University of Pittsburgh)
“An Alternative Archive: Early Movie Scrapbooks and Female Homoeroticism”
Hilary Hallett (...View >
Frick Fine Arts Building
Director Julie Sokolow returns to her alma mater to screen her first feature-length film, Aspie Seeks Love. The highly praised documentary follows creative...View >
LAWRENCE LIANG is a professor of Law at Ambedkar University and currently Rice Scholar at Yale University. He co-founded Alternative Law Forum (ALF), a public interest and human rights lawyering...View >