Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Mixed Roots Midwest at DePaul Nov 1-3, 2012

Mixed Roots Midwest at DePaul Nov 1-3, 2012 as part of CMRS 2012

Mixed Roots Midwest Festival

In conjunction with the 2012 Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at DePaul University, Mixed Roots brings short films, a filmmaker panel, and a live show featuring local and national talent exploring the Mixed experience.

Selected Shorts: Silences, Crayola Monologues,
Mixed Mexican, and Nigel's Fingerprint
11/1/2012 5:45PM-7:15PM

These critically acclaimed shorts take on themes of racism, familial relationships, the
Census and how we define ourselves in a world focused on categorizing racial identity.

Mixed Roots Filmmakers Panel
11/2/2012 5:15-m-6:45pm
Three filmmakers discuss their journeys from pre-production through postproduction,
and what inspired them to tell stories of the Mixed experience.
Filmmakers: Kip Fulbeck (The Hapa Project 2001-2006), Jeff Chiba Stearns (One
Big Hapa Family, 2010) and Kim Kuhteubl (Nigel's Fingerprint, 2003).

Mixed Roots Midwest LIVE
11/3/2012 5:14pm-6:45pm
Experience an energetic, thought-provoking evening of spoken word artists from
Chicago's own 2nd Story, and a preview of Fanshen Cox's solo-show-in-progress. These artists meld performance with an exploration and critical analysis of what it means to have a mixed identity.

All events will be held at DePaul University Lincoln Park Campus, Student Center 120AB
2250 North Sheffield Avenue Chicago, IL 60614

Visit the CMRS 2012 website to download the full conference program:

Co-sponsored by Critical Mixed Race Studies, DePaul Center for Intercultural Programs, and the department of Latin American & Latino Studies.

No comments:

Post a Comment