There are a lot of amazing events coming up for “The Art of Influence: Breaking Criminal Traditions” be sure to join us!
February 12th ,2015 join us for the Human Rights Discussion Panel at 6:30 PM in Madden Theater. A panel of experts from varying disciplines including some familiar North Central College faculty members will engage in a dialogue about human rights issues in our own country as well as abroad. They will illustrate the importance of creating awareness of these problems in the public and discuss their unique disciplines, such as the fine arts, as a tool for instigating change. Following the discussion panel will be a screening of the documentary “Honor Diaries”, an insightful culmination of the experiences of nine very different women fighting for equal rights throughout the world. One of the film’s participants will be available after the screening for a short Q and A session.
February 13th,2015 join us for refreshments and conversation at “The Art of Influence: Breaking Criminal Traditions” opening reception. Come see for yourself the mesmerizing artwork of the accomplished group of artists that has made waves throughout the Chicagoland area. Engage with the artists and the “Breaking Criminal Traditions” team and discuss your views and impressions of the show that will be on display at Schoenherr Gallery at North Central College until April 9th 2015.
February 27th,2015 join us for a discussion with acclaimed Naperville artist Paula Kloczkowski Luberda. As one of the most accomplished artists in the current exhibit Paula will discuss her process for creating work which has a deeply personal message but also resonates with issues of human rights on a global level. Paula will be joined by award winning Middle Eastern dancer and choreographer Jasmin Jahal. Jasmin uses her skills and years of rigorous training to utilize her breathtaking art of traditional Middle Eastern dance to speak out against the human rights violations that occur throughout the world. North Central College’s Dr. Carlene Sipma-Dysico, professor of sociology will share her views on art and human rights in connection with social theory. We will conclude the evening with an encore presentation of the documentary “Honor Diaries” this film chronicles the stories of nine women and their fight for equal rights around the world. These events will take place in Madden Theater, 171 E. Chicago Ave. Naperville, 7:00 PM-9:00 PM. Open to the public, free of charge.
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