Moving Image Studies program hosts Rendering the Visible Conference

On February 11 and 12, faculty and graduate students in the Department of Communication’s Moving Image Studies program are hosting an interdisciplinary conference on film and new media.

Special events include a screening/Q&A with experimental filmmaker Phil Solomon and keynote lectures from Dr. Akira Lippit (University of Southern California) and Dr. Vivian Sobchack (University of California, Los Angeles).

Want to know more about Solomon, Lippit, and Sobchack?

Several of Solomon’s films can be viewed online here. Articles about Solomon and his work can be found in the Library’s research databases, here.

You can also browse the Library’s collection of books by Dr. Lippit and Dr. Sobchack.

For complete conference information, visit the conference web site. The conference is open to all; registration for GSU students is $60.

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