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3C-S Colloquium

  • U-M Alumni Center Founders Room 2000 Fletcher Street Ann Arbor, MI United States (map)

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.

Guest speakers:

Alison Griffiths

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.

Ricardo Rivera

Artistic director, Klip Collective, Philadelphia and presenter at DLECTRICITY 2017

3CS Team:

Peter Sparling 

Project leader and moderator, Rudolf Arnheim Distinguished University
Professor of Dance, Arthur F. Thurnau Prof of Dance

Robert Adams

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

Cynthia Pachikara

Assoc. Professor, Stamps School of Art & Design, Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning

Terri Sarris

Senior lecturer, Screen Arts & Cultures

Guest faculty speakers:

Sheila Murphy

Assoc. Professor, U-M Screen Arts & Cultures

Dr. Simon Glynn

Assoc. Professor, Michigan Medicine Neurology Clinic

Others TBA

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.

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