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Forgetting Remembering: Film and Memory

Forgetting Remembering: Film and Memory A closing lecture by Dr. Jens Brockmeier DATE: November 5, 2011 TIME: lecture begins at 2pm; arrive 30 to 60 minutes prior to allow ample time to view exhibit HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Drop-in, self-guided tour of exhibit; first-come-first-serve admission to panel discussion (maximum of 70 persons for panel discussion in Visitors’ Centre) PRICE: Lecture is free with Regular Admission to the exhibit ($5 Adults, $4 Seniors, $3 Students) DESCRIPTION: This closing lecture by Dr. Jens Brockmeier (Free University Berlin, University of Manitoba (visiting professor) will explore the connection between film and memory, drawing reference from Dalnavert’s Phantasmagoria show and Christian Marclay’s celebrated installation, “The Clock.” DURATION: approximately 60 minute presentation, plus discussion. Visitors are encouraged to come early to view the exhibit prior to the presentation and may revisit the exhibit after the discussion. This seasonal programming was made possible with generous support from Manitoba Culture, Heritage, and Tourism, Don’s Photo, and the Manitoba Historical Society.

Where:
Manitoba Historical Society Dalnavert Museum
61 Carlton St.
204 943 2835
www.mhs.mb.ca
When:
Saturday, November 5, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Lectures
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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