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Screening Homegrown History Join us for two events that will explore the cultural value of home movies and give the community an opportunity to participate in producing an archival cultural history.

Jewish Homegrown History: Immigration, Identity and Intermarriage Thursday, October 20 Opening Reception: 6 to 10 p.m., School of Cinematic Arts Gallery Panel: 7 to 8:30 p.m., The Ray Stark Family Theatre, School of Cinematic Arts 108 This event will launch a one-week preview (October 21 through 27) of Jewish Homegrown History, a multimedia installation that will open at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles on May 3, 2012. Marsha Kinder, USC University Professor and founding director of the Labyrinth Project, will moderate a panel entitled “Participatory History and the Value of Home Movies.� Panelists will include documentary filmmaker Isaac Artenstein; Rosemary Comella, media artist and creative director of Jewish Homegrown History; William Deverell, professor of history at USC; Mark Jonathan Harris, documentary filmmaker and USC cinematic-arts professor; and George Sanchez, USC professor of American studies and ethnicity.

Home Movie Projections Thursday, February 2, 6 to 10 p.m. School of Cinematic Arts 110 Join us for a screening of home movies gathered and remixed by USC students as part of a Homegrown History contest. An awards ceremony announcing the winning entries will be facilitated by Michael Renov, a documentary theorist and associate dean in the School of Cinematic Arts. Organized by Marsha Kinder (Cinematic Arts).

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Visions & Voices 2011-2012  

Visions and Voices is a USC-wide arts and humanities initiative that is unparalleled in higher education. President C. L. Max Nikias establi...

Visions & Voices 2011-2012  

Visions and Voices is a USC-wide arts and humanities initiative that is unparalleled in higher education. President C. L. Max Nikias establi...