Saturday, Mar 8, 2014
Imagining Geographies 2013 Program: Land, Lives, and Arts of Southern Illinois
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Daily from March 5, 2013 until May 6, 2013
Location: Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
Shifting from last year’s programs on Antarctica, Imagining Geographies will focus for the foreseeable future on Southern Illinois, with the 2013 series, titled - Land, Lives, and Arts of Southern Illinois.Return to event list.
In doing so, we seek to advance investigations and discussions of past histories and present issues, to engage our imaginations in thinking about and expressing what our future lives might be like in this region, as well as to advance initiatives that transform imagining into action.
MARCH 5 – MAY 6
EXHIBIT: Rotunda, Morris Library.
The Southern Extent: Maps of Southern Illinois. Morris Rotunda. Curator – Assistant Professor Sarah Lewison (Radio, Television, and Digital Media), with Melissa Hubbard (Special Collections, Morris Library).
“This Land is Your Land”: Time and Narrative in the Discourse of Landscape Imagery. Film installation of Associate Professor William Rowley (Cinema & Photography). Located in the Hall of Presidents.
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