Artists and Activists International Panel Presentation with CSFilm founder Michael Sheridan 1/27

January 17, 2012


Artist & Activist Conference:
Public Spaces, Forbidden Places

Friday, January 27, 2012
9:00am-4:00pm (6 LMHC CEUs)
Marran Theater, Doble Campus, Lesley University 
(36 Mellen Street, Cambridge)
$125 for the general public, $95 for Lesley alumni/faculty, 
$65 for Lesley students

Michael Sheridan, founder of Community Supported film will be present for:

1. International Presentations and Panel, 10am-11:30, Friday, January 27 @ Marran Theater (Doble Campus)

2. KICKOFF EVENT: Film Screening of The Fruit of Our Labor and Q&A with Michael Sheridan, Thursday, January 26 @ University Hall Amphitheater (Porter Campus) FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

http://www.lesley.edu/ce/ls/conferences.html

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