Independent filmmaker John Sayles and producer Maggie Renzi donate work to UM library archives, attend ribbon cutting ceremony. Click on image for more details.
SAC '11 Alumna Sophia Kruz Wins Michigan EMMY award for historical documentary. Click on image to read more.
Lisa Nakamura, professor of Screen Arts and Cultures and American Culture, gives a talk on the early history of job outsourcing to Navajo women during the 70s. Click on picture to read more.
TV director Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) instructs students during Terri Sarris' Situation Comedy class.
Film stills, from bottom left: Little Shop of Horrors, Night of the Living Dead, Sunrise, His Girl Friday, and The Navigator
In Screen Arts & Cultures, we create and study the moving image as seen on multiple screens—on the big screens of movie palaces, the cineplex, the art house and the film festival; on small screens ensconced in mammoth fifties consoles and those of giant flat-screened visual glory. With a strong undergraduate curriculum of production and studies, a burgeoning doctoral program in screen arts and a faculty of award-winning scholars and media makers, Screen Arts & Cultures offers a vibrant intellectual and artistic community here in the Midwest/Great Lakes region.
- SAC '11 Alumna Sophia Kruz Wins Michigan EMMY for Historical Documentary June 16, 2014
- Independent Filmmaker John Sayles and Producer Maggie Renzi Donate Work to UM Library Archives, Attend Ribbon Cutting Ceremony June 6, 2014
- SAC Alumni Produce PBS Health Series "Feel Grand" with Host Jane Seymour June 6, 2014
- North Quad Open House
- 4:00 PM
- Tea with Terri
- 4:00 PM
- ASP Lecture. “An Armenian American Artist—Back to the Front.”
Speaker: Eric Bogosian, Manoogian Simone Foundation Fellow; and Artist in Residence, Institute for the Humanities, U-M
- 8:00 PM