Film Screening and Discussion – James E. Newton: A Life Story in Art
This documentary is a first-person narrative of James Newton, Professor Emeritus of Black American Studies at the University of Delaware. It tells the history of this inspiring artist, author, educator, and activist, who is still using visual storytelling to power and shape positive social change. Following the film, producers from Serviam Media, Inc., will facilitate a discussion. Registration is recommended, but not required.
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Presented by Delaware Humanities Forum.
Connected is a new program series featuring events produced by the community, for the community. Each program is designed to make unique connections to the Museum’s collections and Delaware’s arts and culture. For a full list of programs and details, click here. All events are free and open to the public.