DIALOGUES ON ART: METROPOLIS
Saturday, March 19th, join Professor of Comparative Literature and German Ulrich Schoenherr for a screening of Fritz Lang's 1927 science fiction film Metropolis, newly-restored and accompanied live by the six-keyboard, 28,000-pipe Wanamaker pipe organ at Macy's--the largest in the world. RSVP by March 17th!
"Dialogues on Art" are interdisciplinary excursions that bring together students and faculty to visit exhibitions, performances, and screenings of contemporary art in the greater Philadelphia area, continuing their conversations over dinner. We will leave Haverford around 5p.m. and eat downtown, followed by the screening. We should be home by midnight. Tickets, dinner, and transportation will be paid for by the Humanities Center. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, March 17th at noon with the following: 1) your name & class year 2) major/minor/interests if undeclared 3) whether you've attended a Dialogues trip before 4) a brief paragraph explaining your interest in trip Please put "Dialogues on Art" in the subject-line. You will be notified Friday morning if you have been selected to attend. Organized by Isobel Grad '11, Kim McPhearson '12, and Aubree Penney '13 Sponsored by the Hurford Humanities Center