Aug
26
to Dec 16

THEY FIGHT WITH CAMERAS: WALTER ROSENBLUM IN WWII FROM D-DAY TO DACHAU

THEY FIGHT WITH CAMERAS: WALTER ROSENBLUM IN WWII FROM D-DAY TO DACHAU

August 26 - December 16, 2015    *SPECIAL EVENT: VETERAN’S DAY NOVEMBER 11, 2015, FILM SCREENING, Q & A

Albin O. Kuhn Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Tom Beck, Chief Curator, Department of Special Collections

Manuela Fugenzi, Exhibition Curator

Emily Hauver, Curator for the Albin O. Kuhn Library

Zizola Studio, 10b Gallery, Rome + Daedalus Productions, Inc., NY

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Nov
22
9:00pm 9:00pm

Terrence Stevens of Nina Rosenblum's "Unintended Consequences": NY1's New Yorker of the Week

Terrence Stevens, featured in Nina Rosenblum's "Unintended Consequences" and the PBS series "African-Americans: Many Rivers to Cross" hosted by Louis Gates Jr. will by profiled in NY1's New Yorker of the Week segment throughout the week of November 22.  He will be interviewed directly after the segment.  

Terrence was incarcerated under the controversial Rockefeller Drug Law, sentenced for 15 years on a first non-violent drug offense, serving 9 years before clemency was granted thanks to a petition by Judge Jerome Marks and a human rights movement led by “The Mothers of the NY Disappeared”. His story was depicted in Nina Rosenblum and Dennis Watlington's acclaimed film "Unintended Consequences", which was produced in collaboration with the Drug Policy Alliance.  He is a leader of social change for various political issues affecting urban communities and the criminal justice system, and is Founder of In Arms Reach, a community based organization connecting children to their incarcerated parents.

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Nov
20
to Feb 2

Lewis Hine: Building a Nation, Geography Human and Ideal

  • Centro Culturale di Milano (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

An exhibition at the Centro Culturale di Milano, part of the event " American Autumn " organized by the City of Milan, which exhibits for the first time 60 vintage prints from "The Rosenblum Photography Archive in New York" and screens the award-winning film America and Lewis Hine by Dan Allentuck and Nina Rosenblum dedicated to the photographer.

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