Month: October 2017

IMA alumna Meredith Whitefield presenting on a panel about Photoactivism

IMA alumna Meredith Whitfield will be presenting on a panel at Foreign at the Gallery Space at Wagner. Foreign is multimedia project documenting the experiences of refugees and migrants from the Middle East and North Africa arriving in Europe. The panel Foreigner: Photoactivism, Representation, and the Refugee Crises will explore the role of photography in offering counter-narratives to inflammatory and homogenized representations of refugees and the potential for the arts to impact public discourse and policy.
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IMA student Jeremy Levine’s screenings

IMA student Jeremy Levine’s feature doc For Ahkeem will be screening at BAM and Village East Cinema.
He co-directed and workshopped it in one of Prof. Andrew Lund’s classes. The film is a coming-of-age drama against the backdrop of Ferguson.

BAM Rose Cinemas – Opening Oct. 13 – Tickets
10/13 7 pm: Film team Q&A
10/15 4:30 pm: School-to-prison pipeline panel
10/17 7 pm Representation Discussion with Brown Girls Doc Mafia

Village East Cinema – Opening Oct. 13 – Tickets

Award-winning documentary screening

screening1948_v4Join us for the screening of the award-winning documentary about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict:

With filmmaker AHLAM MUHTASEB Q&A to follow
Discussant: Professor Tami Gold

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 | 7:00 PM | Free
Hunter College Lang Recital Hall

see flyer (PDF) for more details

Through riveting and moving personal recollections of
both Palestinians and Israelis, 1948: Creation & Catastrophe reveals the shocking events of the most pivotal year in
the most controversial con ict in the world.