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Film: Becoming Water: Art and Science in Conversation

Posted in Arts & Culture
Jul 15, 2017

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Film: Becoming Water: Art and Science in Conversation

A 15-minute documentary film directed by Ian Toews (291 Film Co) during a collaborative, interdisciplinary course taught by Professor Susan Shantz (Art & Art History) and Assistant Professor Graham Strickert (School of Environment & Sustainability) in May 2017 will be screened  Saturday, July 15 at 10 p.m. The screening will take place at Late Night River Cafe at the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site and will be followed by live music and literary readings.

When: Saturday, July 15 at 10 p.m.

Where: Late Night River Cafe at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan
Saskatoon

Information: susan.shantz@usask.ca

 

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