The MHMSS program is excited to announce details of our spring 2012 symposium. A two-day event to celebrate students and alumni, we will kick off the symposium the evening of Friday, April 20th, at Denver's RedLine, a diverse urban art laboratory where creativity, education, and community converge and are celebrated. The theme for the evening is: "Creativity As A Tool for Social Progress." Events include a dynamic discussion with PJ D'Amico, Executive Director at RedLine, and Rori Knudtson, RedLine Copenhagen via satellite, a guided tour of select artworks from the exhibition, "The Human Touch," and other RedLine pieces with artist Bryan Leister of RedLine and UCD, and a performance by internationally renowned Ballet Nouveau Colorado followed by a conversation with BNC Artistic Director, Garrett Ammon.
Location: RedLine, 2350 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO 80205. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres begin at 5:30 pm. Programming begins at 6:45 pm.
The following day, Saturday, April 21st, we wil host a series of morning and afternoon workshops from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm at UCD focused on interdisciplinary work, career development, and community engagement for Humanities and Social Science graduate students and alumni. Breakfast and lunch will be served.