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December 6, 2016

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Tuesday, December 06, 2016

f1.4: The Changing Face of Contemporary Photography

This year’s LIFT series of community artist exhibits feature the images of KW area photographers Darin White, Stefan Rose and Stephen Orlando.

The LIFT micro-galleries are located directly across from the elevators on floors 4, 5 and 6 of Laurier’s Waterloo campus Library.

The series brings community artists from the grassroots up into the stacks.

  • Library
  • Robert Langen Gallery
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Art on the Wall - Stitching Our Prayers

    Drop into the seminary to view the exhibition Stitching our prayers: Seminary women's auxiliary quilts. The seminary is also open during some weekday evenings.

  • Waterloo Lutheran Seminary
  • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM Public lecture by Vincent Bohlinger (Rhode Island College)

    In a lecture titled “Miss Mend and the Glorious Messiness of Soviet Americanism,” Vincent Bohlinger considers the three-part adventure serial film, Miss Mend (1926), which upon its release in the USSR set domestic box office records that would ultimately make it the most popular Soviet film of the silent era.

    Bohlinger's lecture begins with an overview of the critical response to the film in order to explain and situate a prominent trend in Soviet culture of the 1920s, what filmmaker and theorist Lev Kuleshov defined as “Americanism”. It then offers an analysis of the film’s three episodes – “The Dead Man’s Letter”, “The Lookalike’s Crime”, and “Death by Radio” – in order to demonstrate how Soviet filmmakers of the silent era actively appropriated Western filmmaking strategies at the same time that they sought to forge a new, “better”, and distinctly Soviet cinema.

    The lecture will be followed by a discussion session.

  • Faculty of Arts
  • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Faculty of Arts information webinar
    This is your chance to get your questions answered in real time from our Faculty of Arts staff, along with Recruitment and Admissions. We can talk about admission to our Arts programs, your specific program of interest, field course opportunities, double majoring, minoring, or adding an option, co-op, residence living learning communities that are available to you, or even how to get involved on campus. Don’t have any questions? No problem! You can listen in to what other prospective students and their families are asking about.
  • Faculty of Arts
  • Recruitment & Admissions

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