Monday, March 10, 2014
Loyola University New Orleans will close out the 48 Hour Film Project Filmapalooza with a special International Film Forum. The free, public forum features a screening of finalist films, the worldwide premiere of the festival's winning short film and a panel of international filmmakers.
Known for his "rich tone and lyrical acumen," according to the Chicago Tribune, violist Michael Strauss has performed around the world as a soloist, in chamber music and in symphonic settings. The musician will bring his talents to Loyola, offering a free, public masterclass.
Artist Jed Speare, specializing in presentations featuring sound, performance, video, installation, conceptual, multimedia and community-based works, will give an insider's look into his multimedia works in a lecture at Loyola.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Aiming to inspire the entire Loyola community to share together in the spirit of the season, the series features reflective lectures, concerts and masses. The series kicks off with a presentation by the Rev. Ted Dziak, S.J., vice president for Mission & Ministry and director of the Jesuit Center.
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