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Events: Film Series, Multimedia Exhibitions, Interfaith Dialogue

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio – November 15, 2010 – Antioch College's Arthur E. Morgan Fellows invite the public to the following events:

Thursday, November 18, 7:00–9:00 p.m., The Little Art Theater, Yellow Springs.
Film Series: “Outing the Past: Witnessing the Struggle for GLBT Rights.”
Stonewall Uprising, Kate David and David Heilbroner, 2010. 82 min. This new critically acclaimed documentary recounts the turning point of the gay rights movement in the U.S.—the 1969 police raid on the Stonewall Inn in New York City—which sparked a new direction in civil rights activism.

Saturday, November 20, 3:00–5:00 p.m., Herndon Gallery, South Hall Julia Heyward, internationally known multimedia and performance artist, will present work made over the last decade, including her interactive new media project “Miracles in Reverse” and her multimedia series “Points of View,” both of which explore the contradictory cycles of our postmodern culture. Heyward’s wide-ranging career spans creative work in music, installation, film, video and digital media.

Thursday, December 2, 7:00–9:00 p.m., Herndon Gallery, South Hall
Film Series: “Outing the Past: Witnessing the Struggle for GLBT Rights.”
Outrage, Kirby Dick, 2009. 89 min. Outrage is a controversial examination of the hidden lives of some of the most powerful anti-gay policymakers in the U.S. The filmmaker probes deeply into the psychology of these secret lives, the complicity of the media in keeping these secrets, and the ethics of “outing” and public exposure.

Saturday, December 4, 7:00–9:00 p.m., Herndon Gallery, South Hall
Brian Harnetty, internationally known multimedia artist and musician,
will present his new sound and media work. Harnetty’s work transforms sound material––including field recordings, historic recordings, old radio shows, oral histories––into personal sound worlds. His recent audio collage projects delve into the Appalachian Sound Archives at Berea College, Kentucky, and the archives of the innovative jazz composer and bandleader Sun Ra.

Thursday, December 9, 7:00–9:00 p.m., Herndon Gallery, South Hall
Film Series: “Outing the Past: Witnessing the Struggle for GLBT Rights.”
Out in the Silence, Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson, 2009. 56 min. This timely film documents the homophobic bullying of a teenager in a small Pennsylvania town and also demonstrates the ways that change becomes possible when courageous people break the silence and search for common ground.

Saturday, December 11, 2:00–4:00 p.m., The Coretta Scott King Center
Panel Discussion, “A Family Reunion at the Tent of Abraham: An Interfaith Dialogue in a New Key.”

This dialogue examines the theophany to Moses in the Bible and its parallel in the Qur’an. Panelists include: Wa’el Azmeh, M.D., board member of The Islamic Center of Dayton and National Board Member of the Muslim Public Affairs Council; Ramzieh Azmeh, M.D., ex-president of the Dayton Interfaith Trialogue and board member of the International Peace Museum; Eric L. Friedland, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Judaic Studies, Wright State University, the University of Dayton, Antioch College and United Theological Seminary; and Stephen Potthoff, Ph.D., associate professor of religion and philosophy, Wilmington College. Contact Morgan Fellow Scott Warren at 937-286- 8984 or

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