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Ultimately Human

Tuesday March 27, 2018 07:00 pm EDT
Cost: Free
What does it mean to be Ultimately Human? Join the Emory Center for Ethics for an evening as the Hon. Andrew J. Young and acclaimed artist Ross Rossin discuss this question, exploring how identity informs our view of others, the creative process, artistic meaning and the beauty of diversity. An exhibit of Rossin’s portraits, as well as performances by cellist/filmmaker Okorie Johnson and poet/spoken word performer Tavares Stevens, will provide further responses in alternate formats. Presented by the Ethics & the Arts Program at the Emory Center for Ethics, the Emory Integrity Project and Rosemary Magee Creativity Conversations, and sponsored exclusively by Turner Classic Movies.
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