Attendees joined in an engaging discussion after watching Babado da Toinha and Señorita María, la falda de la montaña, films you can’t see anywhere else, at the Parkway Theatre on Nov. 14
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Join us for O Babado da Toinha and Señorita María, la falda de la montaña, films you can't see anywhere else, at the Parkway Theatre on Nov. 14, 5-7 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures and cosponsored by CAMS, WSG, the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, and the Film Centre.
Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley will give an artist talk at the Baltimore Museum of Art about their newest exhibit, ‘We Are Ghosts’
MacArthur Award-winner Mary Reid Kelley and her collaborator and husband Patrick Kelley have been named as the CAMS 2018 artists in residence. The BMA will present an exhibition of their work, which includes two films featuring their signature black-and-white sets and costumes and six light boxes, from April 4 to Aug. 19.
Hidden Museums of Crochet, an exhibition photographed and curated by Megha Sharma Sehdev, will be on display in Gallery Q in the MSE Library, Feb. 15 through March 15. Join us for an opening reception 5-6 p.m., Feb. 15. Refreshments will be served.
The exhibit, “Madrid, Urban Poetry,” by Fernando Sánchez focuses on the effects of the economic crisis on Spain’s capital. The exhibition is running from Oct. 24 to Nov. 17 in the MSE Library Q Level. The opening reception was held Tuesday, Oct. 24 and featured a talk by the artist.
On Oct. 25 at Bird in Hand Bookstore, author Nicola Lagioia and editor Michael Reynolds hosted a book discussion of Ferocity. The event was sponsored by Italian@Hopkins and the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute.
This fall, the Italian Program in collaboration with CAMS, the Film and Media Program, and the Program for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality is hosting critically acclaimed Italian filmmaker Alina Marazzi for a series of screenings and conversations with the Hopkins and Baltimore communities.
The exhibit, “Madrid, Urban Poetry,” by Fernando Sánchez focuses on the effects of the economic crisis on Spain’s capital. The exhibition will run from Oct. 24 to Nov. 17 in the MSE Library Q Level. The opening reception will be held Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. and will feature talk by the artist. Refreshments will be provided.
Young French Cinema in Baltimore: Citizens in Dialogue across the Atlantic. Join us for French film and conversation at the Parkway Theatre. Screenings run Oct. 4 to Nov. 7 and are free and open to everyone.