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An Evening of Films with Two Yale Connections

On the evening of Saturday, February 28th, a number of films on the subject of “Southern Women” will be presented at 14 Pews, the center for independent, culturally significant films. Each of the short films that will be screened has a Yale connection: each film is a work by former Yale professor Bill Ferris and Houston-area Yale alumni Bill Howze has helped organize the screenings. The films will explore the artistic process through the eyes of four women: a writer, a quilt maker, a painter, and a woman that engages in needlepoint stitchery. Following the presentation of the films, Bill Ferris will discuss the films and answer questions via videochat. More information on the event is available here. Tickets are available at 14pews.com. 


About Bill Ferris: Professor Ferris is a widely recognized leader in the fields of Southern studies, African-American music, and folklore. He is currently a professor of history at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and has written or edited 10 books and produced 15 documentary films. He is also the former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities. He has also served as a professor at Yale University and Jackson State University. He is a graduate of Davidson College and received his Ph.D. in Folklore from the University of Pennsylvania.    



Saturday, February 28th

7:00 pm. to 10:00 p.m.

14 Pews

800 Aurora Street

Houston, TX 77009


Event Information
Saturday, Feb 28 2015 at 7:00pm - 10:00pm [ iCal ]
14 Pews
800 Aurora St
Houston, TX 77009

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