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Upcoming Events

CineBrasil 2015 Film Festival | September 23, 2015 - September 26, 2015  + -

Wednesday Sept 23 - Saturday Sept 26: CineBrasil 2015 Film Festival
Martinos Auditorium
CineBrasil this year will include documentaries, shorts and feature length films of great artistic quality that are virtually unknown outside of Brazil. Brought to you by Watson Institute and co-sponsored by Portuguese and Brazilian Studies. More information and a complete schedule here.

Better World by Design Conference | September 26, 2015  + -

Saturday, Sept 26: Better World by Design Conference
Studios 1, 2, and 3
Better World by Design is a student-led initiative at Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design that facilitates collaboration between designers, educators, innovators, and students in an annual three-day conference. More information and registration here.

Screening of The Hunting Ground followed by a panel discussion | September 29, 2015  + -

Tuesday, Sept 29: Screening of The Hunting Ground followed by Panel Discussion
7:00 Martinos
This free screening is brought to you by Ivy Film Festival. Watch the trailer here. Tickets available on a first come, first served basis. 

Advanced Screening of Suffragette | October 1, 2015  + -

Thursday, Oct 1: Advanced Screening of Suffragette brought to you by BMP
7:00 Martinos
Screening brought to you by Brown Motion Pictures. More information and tickets available here

Lunchtime Talk with Michal Kobialka | October 2, 2015  + -

Friday, Oct 2: Lunchtime Talk with Michal Kobialka
12:00 Studio 1
Michal Kobialka will give a talk entitled Of Memory and History: Tadeusz Kantor's Theatre of Minima Morali as part of the commemorations of the centenary birthday of Taduesz Kantor (1915-1990). This event is free and open to the public. Pizza will be served. 

Latin Jazz and Pop Festival Concert | October 4, 2015  + -

Sunday, Oct 4: Latin Jazz and Pop Festival Concert
7:00 Martinos
Part of the inaugural Brown University Latin Jazz and Pop Festival, Descemer Bueno, The Pedrito Martinez Group, Leslie Cartaya, and the Brown University Jazz Band will perform at Granoff Center. For a full listing of festival events, visit the website here. For tickets to Sunday's performance, click here. Brought to you by the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies. 

Transatlantic Legacy: Full Circle screenings and panel | October 6, 2015 - October 9, 2015  + -

Tuesday, Oct 6 - Friday, Oct 9: Transatlantic Legacy: Full Circle screenings and panel
Martinos Auditorium, see event website for full details
The work of Tony Ramos as a pioneering performance and media artist is framed by his sojourns from Rhode Island to Cape Verde. It spans a forty year trajectory of recording, documenting, and creating a narrative that connects dots and points of space, time, history, ad memory. Full event details available here. Presented by the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice. 

The Terms of Media II: Actions lecture and reception | October 8, 2015  + -

Thursday, Oct 8: The Terms of Media II: Actions lecture and reception
7:00 Martinos Auditorium
Keynote address with Wendy Chun, Marcell Mars, and Rick Prelinger. For full information about the event, and to register, visit the conference site here

Steve Lehman panel | October 9, 2015  + -

Friday, Oct 9: Steve Lehman panel
1:00 Martinos Auditorium
Acclaimed saxophonist and composer, Steve Lehman, will present a panel discussion as part of this Fitt Artist in Residency program through Brown University's Department of Music. Free and open to the public. More information here

Stations Lost performance by Tony Fitzpatrick | October 9, 2015  + -

Friday, Oct 9: Stations Lost performance by Tony Fitzpatrick
7:30 Studio 1
Stations Lost chards Tony Fitzpatrick and his friend Stan Klein's search to "find the dark hear of America." Free and open to the public, though seating is limited. More information and ticket reservations here. Presented by Bell Gallery.