A Film Series Curated by Wolgin Prize Finalist Sanford Biggers, October 28

A Film Series Curated by Wolgin Prize Finalist Sanford Biggers Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring, Dir. Kim Ki-duk, 2003, 103 min. October 28, 7:00 p.m., Paley Library Lecture Hall A beautiful and meditative film in five parts; it follows the life of a Buddhist monk from his formative years as an apprentice through old age. Sanford Biggers has selected four films to be screened in conjunction with his exhibition at Tyler Gallery. These films approach African American identity in American history, from the 1930s through the present day, through cultural mediums including music, dance, film and religion. This event is part of a series of collaborative public programs presented in conjunction with the Tyler School of Art’s Jack Wolgin International Competition in the Fine Arts Additional Films Two additional films selected by Sanford Biggers will be screened at Tyler School of Art, Lower Level, B04. Visit www.temple.edu/tyler/exhibitions for more details.

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