October 26, 2011
On October 26th, Atlantic World Concentration Faculty and students traded ideas, wine, and cheese at the Copper & Vine.
From left to right: Dr. David Dennard, Dr. Angela Thompson, Mr. Darryl Jenner, Ms. Kristin Gray, Mr Ryan Goodman, Ms. Emily Bone, Dr Ken Wilburn, Dr Karin Zipf, Dr Anoush Terjanian, Dr Mona Russell, Dr Larry Tise. [Photo credit: Dr David Dennard]
November 21, 2011
On November 21st, the Atlantic World Concentration sponsored a 2-Act event, with “cervezas y tacos” followed by a screening of “Black Dawn” (Robin Lloyd and Doreen Kraft, 1981). This unique award-winning film tells the story of the Haitian Revolution through stop-frame animation of famous paintings by Haitian artists.
Before the screening, students and faculty were treated to images and a talk by Susanne Grieve, ECU’s Director of Conservation, about her Smithsonian-led project on conservation of Haitian art destroyed in the January 2010 earthquake. A lively discussion and debate followed the screening. For more on Ms Grieve’s work, click here: ( http://www.ecu.edu/cs-admin/news/grieve.cfm)