The Undergraduate International Studies Fellowship (UISF) supports international travel and study for students in good standing and enrolled full-time at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The program is open to all students, but is intended to provide support for international and study abroad experiences to those with limited or no abroad travel experience. Fellowship recipients are awarded up to $2,500 toward academic research or study in an international setting. The application deadline is March 13, 2015. Interested applicants should contact: Christopher Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 962.7264.
March 31 at 7 pm, Stone Center Hitchcock Room
BOUND: African vs African Americans is a hard-hitting documentary that addresses the little known tension that exists between Africans and African Americans. The film opens with personal testimonials that expose this rift then walks us through the corridors of African colonialism and African American enslavement, laying bare their effects and how these have divided and bound Africans and African Americans.
Discussion following film screening with director Peres Owino and student panelist: Omololu Babatunde, Bethlehem Meshesha, Shadai Mcmillan and Gabrielle Franklin
Ritual + Time Travel = Rebirth: Images and Words by Michael Platt and Carol Beane features the work of married artists Michael Platt and Carol Beane. Platt creates artwork that centers on figurative explorations of life’s survivors, the marginalized, referencing history and circumstance in the rites, rituals and expressions of our human condition. For Platt and Beane, the creation of these images and poems was an endeavor—typical of their usual manner of sharing the same living, working, cooking, creative/creating space…thoughtful, mostly easy, together trying to find just the right combination of elements to “make magic.”
Ritual + Time Travel = Rebirth: Images and Words by Michael Platt and Carol Beane will be shown at the Stone Center’s Robert and Sallie Brown Gallery and Museum from January 29 through May 11, 2015.
For more information on each of these pieces, or for acquisition, please contact Michael Platt: email@example.com
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