The 3C-S Colloquium features guest artists and scholars who will share with U-M students and faculty their understanding of screen culture, histories, and practices.
Professor and Faculty Fellow for Global Strategies, Baruch College, The City University of New York; author, Shivers Down Your Spine: Cinema, Museums, and the Immersive
View and Wondrous Difference: Cinema, Anthropology, and Turn of the Century Visual Culture.
Artistic director, Klip Collective, Philadelphia and presenter at DLECTRICITY 2017
Project leader and moderator, Rudolf Arnheim Distinguished University
Professor of Dance, Arthur F. Thurnau Prof of Dance
Assoc. Professor, Taubman School of Architecture & Urban Planning, Stamps School of Art and Design; chair, U-M Initiative on Disability Studies, Director of the Master of Science in Design and Health
Assoc. Professor, Stamps School of Art & Design, Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
Senior lecturer, Screen Arts & Cultures
Guest faculty speakers:
Assoc. Professor, U-M Screen Arts & Cultures
Dr. Simon Glynn
Assoc. Professor, Michigan Medicine Neurology Clinic
Registration for the 3CS Colloquium includes lunch. Please indicate whether you want to reserve a seat on the bus to Detroit to witness DLECTRICITY, the light/video spectacle staged on the city’s streets that evening. We will leave campus at 7 pm and return by midnight.