MSU Denver Calendar Event
Event Name: Collective Vision Faculty Lecture Series-Inducing Images: How Cinema Moves Us to Social Action
Date: Friday, March 15, 2013
Location: Center for Visual Art (965 Sante Fe Dr.)
Event Status: Passed
Category: The Arts - Visual( Inactive )
Description: This Collective Vision Faculty Series lecture and discussion is led by Deanne Pytlinski, associate professor of art history, theory and criticism, and Vincent Pitturo, assistant professor of English-cinema studies, and explores how films influence social action. This event is free and open to the public.

More about the faculty members:
Piturro's areas of expertise include documentary film, science fiction, Westerns, Italian cinema, and international cinema. He is the host of a yearly summer science fiction film series held at the Museum of Nature and Science and the Sie Film Center. He also writes a film review column for The Front Porch, a neighborhood newspaper that serves Stapleton, Lowry, and Park Hill. He has been teaching at MSU Denver for three years.

Pytlinski is an associate professor and program coordinator of Art History, Theory and Criticism in the Department of Art, where
she also serves as assistant chair. Her specialization is 20th century
art, and her research interests include early video art, Feminist
art, and Art and Counterculture. She teaches courses on the 1960s,
Postmodernism, and a course called Cinema as Visual Art about artistís
films. She has been teaching at MSU Denver for eleven years.
Start Time: 06:30pm
End Time: unknown
Contact: Event Coordinator
Reservation: This event is not utilizing event reservations and is open to all.