MDOCS Fall Events: States of Incarceration, Student showcases, and more...
MDOCS Fall Events: States of Incarceration, Hi Phi Nation, Student showcases, and more...
September 5, 2017
In Fall 2017, join MDOCS for important conversations, skill-up workshops and documentary
work from Piper Anderson, Ken Burns, Barry Lam, Sylvia Ryerson and more.
Check out our save the date information below and for details on MDOCS fall 2017 events click here.
|Piper Anderson||Hi Phi Nation||Barry Lam||Sylvia Ryerson||The Vietnam War|
Workshops include Storytelling for Social Justice with Mass Story Lab's Piper Anderson (September 29, 10am) and a master class in Video
Interviewing by Ron Taylor.
Student-led workshops in audio and video production and editing will be held throughout the semester in DocLab in LIB 113. See DOCLab webpage for details.
Get a taste of highlights from the summer Storytellers' Institute with Director Sarah Friedland, and student and faculty fellows. Learn about the 2018 theme of Surveil/Surveilled, and how to apply.
Public MDOCS events include:
- September 19, MDOCS/MFS Ethics Bowl
- September 28, a conversation between Sylvia Ryerson (Restorative Radio) and Piper Anderson (Mass Story Lab)
- September 29, workshop, Interviewing for Social Justice, with Piper Anderson (Mass Story Lab)
- October 24, Philosophy through Sound and Story: Hi-Phi Nation with Barry Lam
- December 14, Student Showcase -- join Doc Studies students for an evening of their new work
Additional events of interest on campus this fall include:
- States of Incarceration Exhibit & Programming, September 2 - October 11 (Tang Teaching Museum)
- September 18, Françoise Mouly, Blown Covers (Fox-Adler Lecture)
- September 25, WAMC Preview Screening of The Vietnam War
- October 24, Caryl Phillips screens "Darker Than Blue" (McCormack Residency)
- November 8, Jael Silliman, Recalling Jewish Calcutta (Perlow Lecture Series)