Women in the Arts Festival 2018

The Women in the Arts Festival, held annually at Rowan University each October, will this year feature film screenings and discussion with independent women filmmakers and alumni from Rowan’s Radio/TV/Film program.   Organized by RTF professor Diana Nicolae, in collaboration with the Office of Social Justice, Inclusion and Conflict Resolution, the screenings will take place at 4:30pm on Friday, October 26th in King’s Auditorium, Bozorth Hall.

Scheduled to appear are:

  • Peek    (Leann Carlson)
  • Kerasan     (Argiea Spencer)
  • A Touchy Subject      (Rachel Dwornick)
  • Disease Animation      (Amanda Almon)
  • Sagami (excerpt)       (Erika Tsuchiya-Bergere)
  • My Father’s Revolution (excerpt)      (Diana Nicolae)
  • Family of Too Many      (Maaman Rezaee)
  • The Leesburg 33: Americus’ Most Wanted      (Shari Thompson)
  • Driving Mrs. M (excerpt)      (Connie Bottinelli)
  • Reberth      (Montana Marose)

The screenings are just part of a day-long festival that includes performances, food trucks, community art stations, photo booths, and other events across the Rowan University campus.

For more info, please see the SJICR website.


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