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Panel Discussion on the Hunanitites and Arts
Start Date: 9/20/2018Start Time: 5:00 PM
End Date: 9/20/2018End Time: 7:00 PM
Event Description:

The Paul V. Hamilton School of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Events Committee is pleased to announce a special panel to discuss the intersection of art, storytelling, and interdisciplinary visual culture in the humanities. The panel will convene in response to and in the presence of Peter Precourt's exhibition, "Roller Coaster: Excerpts from the Katrina Chronicles".

The viewing and panel discussion will take place Thursday September 20 from 5pm-7pm at the LMU Center for the Arts at 703 Brooklyn St. in Cumberland Gap, TN. The audience will have time to view the exhibition along with light refreshments and the discussion will begin at approximately 5:30pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Location Information:
Cumberland Gap Facilities - Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts
703 Brooklyn St.
Cumberland Gap, TN 37724
United States
Phone: 423.869.3611
Room: Lobby - Art Gallery
Contact Information:
Name: Rebecca Tackett
Phone: (423) 869-6203
Admission Information:
Free and open to the public
Other Details:
The panel will consist of Ms. Darnell Arnoult, MFA, Writer-in-Residence and Professor of English at LMU, Dr. Joseph Cosgriff, PHD, Director of Special Education and Professor of Education at LMU, Mr. Michael Giles, MFA, Gallery Director and Professor of Art at LMU, Mr. Robert Gipe, author and Director of the Appalachian Program at Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, and Ms. Tiffany Sanchez, MFA, Theater Technical Director and Professor of Theater at LMU. The panelists bring experience in the visual arts, interdisciplinary visual studies, and literature to the discussion. They will dissect the ways in which the humanities intersect in a myriad of ways within our contemporary culture as seen through the lens of Peter Precourt's Exhibition.

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