Events Designed to Challenge & Stimulate Your Mind
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences connects students with alumni, faculty, practicing artists and thought leaders through a unique lineup of lectures, workshops, concerts and activities.
This page highlights College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences events that are open to our wider community. Current students can visit CrimsonConnect to learn about other student-organized events on campus, including affinity groups, professional development opportunities and mental health events.
Wednesday, November 9
20th Annual Fred & Audrey F. Marcus Holocaust Lecture
Where Is Anne Frank – Special screening and discussion with director Ari Folman
HAI welcomes Oscar-nominated Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman for a special screening of his animated feature Where is Anne Frank, prior to its American theatrical release. After the film, Folman will discuss his decade-long effort to bring the legacy of Anne Frank to a younger generation. Tickets are $18. Holocaust survivors, educators, and students attend free and can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-871-3013 to request tickets.
- 7 p.m.
- Elaine Wolf Theatre, 350 S. Dahlia Street
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