Schedule of Events - Wednesday, March 19, 2003

Map

Time

Location

Details

9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

rm 103 Brian
Mulrouney Hall

"Performing the border". A video documentary
on the situation in Ciudad Juárez by artist Ursula
Biemann, Switzerland.
Dr. Karen Robert. Modern Latin America.
Open-to-the-public event.

10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon

St.Thomas University

Taller (Workshop in Spanish)
"La violencia familiar y su influencia sobre
la vida de las mujeres"
.
Prof.Haydee Saínz. Spanish Section,
St.Thomas University.

2:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Green Room, James
Dunn Building

"Photo Essay “Sustaining the Gaze:
When Images Tremble
”.
Photos by Artist Brian Atkinson,
poetry by Nela Rio.
Presenter. Joe Blades, writer, poet, and artist.
Open-to-the-public event.

2:30 - 4:30 p.m.

rm 234 Edmund
Casey Building

Workshop.
The Different Forms of Violence Against Women”.
Leslie Jones. Honours Student, Spanish.

4:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.

St. Thomas University

Poetry Reading of the poems participating in the
exhibitions. With the presence of Gino d’Artali
and the presentation of “I Love You
, a collection
of 63 poems by international poets united against
violence against women. Prophitart.com Publishing
Division. The New Brunswick Latin American
Association sponsors the reading of poems from
FacingFaces and Outspoken Art/Arte Claro.
The poems written in English will be read by students
from the Drama Class, St. Thomas University, and the
poems written in Spanish, by members of the
community. Some of the poems will be read by the authors.
Presenter: Jorge Dietrich,
President of the Latin American Association.
Open-to-the-public event.

7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Ted Dagle
Auditorium,
St.Thomas University

Fantoche The Spanish Theatre Group
of St.Thomas University Presents:
Déjate de hostias!” a play by the Collective
Entorn Paraula, Barcelona,
Spain, especially sent by the authors in support of the
theme of the Poetry and Art Exhibition.
Direction: Jacob Thorpe.

A Musical Performance. Excerpts from George Bizet
(1838-1875) “Carmen”. Direction: Maureen Batt.

Open-to-the-public event.

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