In the inaugural year of the annual Mid-Atlantic Hopkins Film Conference, undergraduate students at The Johns Hopkins University will bring to the stage local and regional visual artists, filmmakers, media theorists as well as undergraduate students to discuss the impact of new audio-visual technologies on our creation and perceptual experience of moving images.
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The Center for Advanced Media Studies presents a Fellowship Symposium at 5-7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 4, 2013 in the Max Kade Room, Gilman Hall 479.
In Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, children and youngsters have taken over the management of death. The dead have become their ‘toy’, and the coffin has become like a football that one tosses up and plays around with. ‘Cemetery State’ observes how these young gravediggers, singers and drummers use the body of the dead as an alternative platform to attack and challenge their elders and to create their own (dis)order.
See what's new at the BMA! The RAQS Media Collective exhibit runs in the Black Box exhibition Feb. 27 to June 16. Meet the artists on Sunday, March 10.
An afternoon with Thomas Meinecke, writer, musician, dj. Reading and discussion at the Mattin Center at 5 p.m. Feb. 14, 2013.
Johns Hopkins University Program for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality presents Distinguished Visiting Professor Trinh Minh-ha. Join us for film screenings and seminars in February.
The Center for Advanced Media Studies presents, In God's Land, 5 p.m. Nov. 29 in Maryland 109, with Director Pankaj Rishi Kumar.
Join us on Nov. 2, 1-7 p.m. in Hodson 305 for “Emotional Elements: WGS Workshop” and a screening of Masayo Kajimura’s work.
Join us Nov. 1-2 for “1962, A World,” organized by Todd Shepard, Department of History.
Research professor and director of the Center for Advanced Media Studies Bernadette Wegenstein, MICA Film & Video Chair Patrick Wright, and Jed Dietz, director of the Maryland Film Festival are co-hosting a screening of Steve James' highly acclaimed film The Interrupters and a panel discussion hosted by State Attorney Gregg Bernstein.