The visual studies major is assisting in the Bryn Mawr Film Institute’s filmmaking workshop by providing creative and technical advice.
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The Mellon 2024 symposium will bring together academics, activists, political leaders, and community members to tie these threads together and explore how universities got here and what people can do to make them more democratic places where everyone can flourish.
Strange Truth 2024 explores the non-fiction imagination in films by Sam Green, Alison O’Daniel, and Ludovic Bonleux.
All events held at Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Each will be followed by conversations with artists and filmmakers.
January 6—March 8, 2024: Ojuelegba is a new multisensory installation from renowned Nigerian artist Emeka Ogboh. Inspired by the district Ojuelegba in the heart of Lagos, Nigeria, Ogboh’s installation envisions an immersive experience where sight and sound entwine.
The English, international studies, and Spanish triple major is researching the foods of diasporic communities across the United States to better understand them.
The summer 2022 DocuLab is a ten-week partnership between Haverford and the Asian American Documentary Network (A-Doc), a network of 1000+ film professionals that works to increase the visibility and support of Asian Americans in the documentary field. The Impact Lab will focus on an emerging field of filmmaking–impact producing–which harnesses the unique power of film to bolster social justice goals.
Join us April 4-8 for the 2022 Mellon Symposium with Marilyn Arsem, Sarah Cameron Sunde, GOODW.Y.N, Natasha Jozi, Verónica Peña and Raegan Truax.
March 18–April 23, 2022: Curated by Sally Berger, Performing Past-Present: Transforming Reenactment features work by four contemporary artists—Sharon Hayes, Jennifer Karady, Dread Scott, and Marisa Williamson—who re-present historical issues, art, and events using conceptual, theoretical, and performance methodologies.