Friday, October 19, 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Ulrich Museum of Art
Free reception for Grassroots film attendees
(Films are free admission for Ulrich Museum members and WSU faculty/staff/students with current WSU ID. General admission $10; $8 for students, educators, seniors, military, and Tallgrass Film Association members. For more information, go to email@example.com or call (316) 303-9292.)
Celebrate the Grassroots film selections, the legacy of Gordon Parks and the Ulrich Museum’s new exhibit The Hard Kind of Courage: Gordon Parks and the Photographers of the Civil Rights Era, with a reception at the museum.
From classics like To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) and King (1978), to Malcolm X (1982) and Get on the Bus (1996), how has the social justice film genre evolved? What can audiences expect in the 21st century? The Ulrich Museum celebrates the Tallgrass Film Festival’s 10th anniversary with afternoon film screenings, directors’ talks, and a reception in conjunction with The Hard Kind of Courage. 210 McKnight West, School of Art and Design, Wichita State University
|Oct 19 2012||6:00 pm||Ulrich Museum of Art|