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Liberal Arts Speaker Series: filmmaker David Godin

David B. Godin came up in the DIY school of production, and approaches his work with a visually striking, cinematic style that captures each subject with an honest, emotionally engaged perspective. His docu-style, human-interest work blurs the lines between documentary and narrative filmmaking, focusing on the personal truths behind each character and story. Godin visits

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Diverse Voices series: “Poetry as Public Memory”

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is thrilled to present “Poetry as Public Memory,” a panel discussion featuring a trio of scholars whose work centers on the intersection of rhetoric, poetry, and communications: How do we create and convey a unified sense of public memory? Is it possible to compose public memory in this way?

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Nansi Guevara, ‘Making Art That Centers Home’

Nansi Guevara is a designer, artist, and teacher based in Brownsville, Texas. Originally from Laredo, Texas, she holds a bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Design from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master’s in Education from Harvard University. She is currently focused on design, education, and community public art to create spaces of

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National Book Award finalists Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed

Pennsylvania College of Art & Design hosts an online presentation by a refugee with Lancaster ties and the Newbery Honor-winning graphic novelist who has written and illustrated his National Book Award finalist story. This event is free and open to the public. To register for the link, please email Jennifer Kopf at jkopf@pcad.edu.  “When Stars

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Gallery Guest Lecture Series: Isabel Servantez, ‘A Critical Perspective on the State of Chicano Art—a contemporary use’

Isabel Servantez presents a conversation on the contemporary use of the 1980 essay, “A Critical Perspective on the State of Chicano Art” by Malaquias Montoya and Lezlie Salkowitz-Montoya. Probing the text will allow current students and readers to investigate how artwork exists and acts within and outside accepted modes of art consumption, including museums and

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