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Lasting Synergies

A "Pop-Up" Exhibit During the Ann Arbor Film Festival
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
2:00-6:00 PM
Space 2435 North Quad Map
The history of the Ann Arbor Film Festival is inextricably linked with the history of the University of Michigan. With support from the U-M Bicentennial Committee and working with designer Melissa Gomis, students in Terri Sarris’ Screen Arts course (SAC 304) worked with ephemera from the Festival archives at U-M’s Bentley Historical Library to create a small pop-up exhibition exploring aspects of the Festival's history. UM faculty and former student work exhibited at past fests will loop on monitors in the gallery.

Note: Opening Reception, Tuesday, March 21, 2:00-4:00 pm.

A special thanks to Philip Hallman, Film Studies Field Librarian; Melissa Gomis, Exhibition designer; and Cinda Nofziger, Bentley Historical Library, for their help and input. Made possible with the generous support of the Bicentennial Theme Semester committee.

Photo: Terri Sarris' 304 class poses for a group photo: (from left to right, front) Rachael Kerr, Brigitte Matteson, Eli Winer (back) Terri Sarris, Geri Bryson, Sam Goldin, Shelby Polisuk. Photo by Rob Gingerich-Jones.
Building: North Quad
Event Type: Exhibition
Tags: Bicentennial, Film, History, umich200
Source: Happening @ Michigan from LSA Bicentennial Theme Semester, Screen Arts & Cultures, Bicentennial Office
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