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Sunday, November 18
Reception: noon; Film, 12:30 pm
J'Accuse by Abel Gance is a politically and stylistically daring anti-war film produced while the trench warfare of World War I raged on. (1919, silent, 166 minutes). This film is presented in partnership with the UF Center for European Studies and in connection with the exhibition The Great Catastrophe: Remembering WWI, 1914 – 1918.
Supported by the UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Center, the UF Science Fiction Working Group and Veterans for Peace.
Enclosed in Freedom
Saturday, November 10, 3 pm
Experience original choreography by Center for World Arts/Harn Museum Choreographers-in-Residence Dani Frost and Alex Murphy and Adjunct Professor of Dance Isa Garcia-Rose. This program will include three group works and a duet. The piece “Am I Being Held?” addresses differing levels of attachment, while “We Will Get There” explores liberation from western epistemology by introducing African perspectives throughout history. “Reimagining Kehinde” is in response to two paintings by artist Kehinde Wiley and "Story Telling" explores narrative through movement, spirituality and human connection.