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Beethoven String Quartet Cycle Concert 1 ONLINE

Friday March 27, 2020 12:00 pm EDT
Hello Friends- as we take care of our bodies, we must also take care of our souls. What better way to do so than by contemplating great music, which expresses that which words cannot. The next concert in the Beethoven 2020 project was to be the 2nd of 6 concerts devoted to the complete String Q...
Cost: Free

Enemy Mine, screening

Wednesday March 4, 2020 07:30 pm EST
Emory Cinematheque presents for Spring 2020

African-Americans in American Film

Enemy Mine (dir. Wolfgang Petersen, 1985; 108 min.) introduced by Louis Gossett Jr.

War has been declared between humans and the reptilian Drac race. Following a battle, Spaceship pilot Willis Davidge (Dennis Quaid) a...
Cost: Free

Screening and Q&A | The Sweet Requiem

Monday March 2, 2020 07:00 pm EST
Join us for the Atlanta premier of award-winning film The Sweet Requiem (2018), followed by Q & A with the directors, Ritu Sarin & Tenzing Sonam. This intensely personal yet globally relevant film revolves around a young, exile Tibetan woman, Dolkar (Tenzin Dolker), who lives in a refugee settlement...
Cost: Free

Behind the Camera: The Strange Fate of Moscow's Avant-Garde Architecture

Monday March 2, 2020 06:00 pm EST
William Brumfield, Professor of Slavic Studies and Sizeler Professor of Jewish Studies, Tulane University will present a lecture titled "Behind the Camera: The Strange Fate of Moscow's Avant-Garde Architecture." This event is sponsored by Emory Art History, Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies,...
Cost: Free

The Spook Who Sat by the Door, screening

Wednesday February 19, 2020 07:30 pm EST
Emory Cinematheque presents for Spring 2020

African-Americans in American Film

The Spook Who Sat by the Door (dir. Ivan Dixon, 1973; 102 min.)

The CIA’s first black agent Dan Freeman (Lawrence Cook) takes what he learns in his government training back to the Southside of Chicago to turn the Cobr...
Cost: Free

Human Health on Film: Alive Inside

Tuesday February 18, 2020 07:30 pm EST
A screening of Alive Inside With Chris Eagle (Human Health).

Part of Embodied: A Celebration of Human Health and the Arts Recommended parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck, Peavine Parking Deck

Cost: Free

Claudine, screening

Wednesday February 12, 2020 07:30 pm EST
Emory Cinematheque presents for Spring 2020

African-Americans in American Film

Claudine (dir. John Berry, 1974; 92 min.)

Legendary actress Diahann Carroll stars as Claudine, a poor, single mother of six, living in New York City and working as a maid in the suburbs. A welfare recipient, Claudine ...
Cost: Free

A Raisin in the Sun, screening

Wednesday February 5, 2020 07:30 pm EST
This iconic and groundbreaking adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry’s Tony award-winning play explores the lives of the Younger family who stand to inherit $10,000 after the death of the family patriarch. Sidney Poitier and Claudia McNeil, who won Tony awards for their performances on Broadway, reprise ...
Cost: Free

Carmen Jones screening

Wednesday January 29, 2020 07:30 pm EST
Emory Cinematheque presents for Spring 2020

African-Americans in American Film

Carmen Jones (dir. Otto Preminger, 1954; 105 min.)

Bizet’s 1875 opera Carmen is translated into a contemporary story of Carmen Jones (Dorothy Dandridge), a sultry factory worker and Joe (Harry Belafonte) a fearless GI...
Cost: Free

No Strings Attached Winter Concert

Sunday December 8, 2019 07:00 pm EST
No Strings Attached is Emoy's oldest all-male A Capella group singing at prominent events on campus and in Atlanta. Come join us for a good time featuring contemporary songs and skits!

White Hall 208 301 Dowman Dr, Atlanta, GA 30307 Recommended Parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck

Cost: Free

Ekphrastic Image-making in Early Modern Europe and the Americas

Saturday December 7, 2019 09:00 am EST
In epideictic oratory, ekphrasis is typically identified as an advanced rhetorical exercise that verbally reproduces the experience of viewing a person, place, or thing; more specifically, it often purports to replicate the experience of viewing a work of art. Not only what was seen, but also how it...
Cost: Free

Screening: Kiss Me, Stupid (1964)

Wednesday December 4, 2019 07:30 pm EST
White Hall 208

Recommended parking: Oxford Road Parking Deck, Peavine Parking Deck

No Wilder film has divided audiences more. A vulgar masterpiece, or a masterpiece of vulgarity, Kiss Me, Stupid is either one (or a dozen) sex jokes over the line, or a deeply-felt meditation on fame, sex, marriage ...
Cost: Free

Goldwasser Residency Gallery Reception: Charmaine Minniefield

Thursday November 21, 2019 05:00 pm EST
The Stuart A. Rose Library welcomes Atlanta based artist and activist Charmaine Minniefield for a yearlong residency. Minniefield’s project, “Remembrance as Resistance: Digitally Mapping the Ring Shout,” leverages technology, historical research, memory, movement, sound, and space to recognize the r...
Cost: Free

Screening: Irma La Douce (1963)

Wednesday November 20, 2019 07:30 pm EST
Wilder's most successful film at the box-office, is a romantic comedy of epic proportions. Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine (Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe Winner for Best Actress) return from The Apartment to play Nestor Patou, a cop turned pimp, and Irma, a highly successful prostitute. St...
Cost: Free
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