Director's Dialogue on Art and Social Change
featuring a screening of Cincinnati Goddamn

Wed, Sept 2 | 7 PM

Advancing the role of the arts in sparking meaningful dialogue about contemporary issues, this fall’s Director’s Dialogue features the powerful and timely documentary Cincinnati Goddamn, a new work supported by our Film/Video Studio Program. Following the screening, join us live for a compelling panel discussion with the film’s codirectors, April Martin and Paul Hill, an editor at the center’s Film/Video Studio; Cincinnati native, businesswoman, and community activist Iris Roley; and Dr. Rhonda Y. Williams, professor of history and founder and director of the Social Justice Institute at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University. The panel is moderated by Dr. Treva Lindsey, a professor in Ohio State’s Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. Learn more about the film and our panelists here

To join in the conversation, submit your question to tonight’s panelists by tweeting with the hashtag #CincyGD. If your question isn’t addressed tonight, we will endeavor to respond in the following days. Find us on Twitter @wexarts

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