College of Arts and Sciences


  • Paradoxes of Living on Holy Land

    October 28, 2010

    Alexander Mouton, Assistant Professor of Digital Art & Design, moderates a  panel discussion on “Paradoxes of Living on Holy Land,” the photography exhibit currently on view in the Vachon and Kinsey  Galleries. This documentary photography by Rajiv Kapoor  explores the diversity and tensions in Jerusalem and the West Bank. The panel discussion takes place at 6 p.m., November 3, in Wyckoff Auditorium.

    In addition to Rajiv Kapoor, panelists include Jack Olive, Assistant Dean for Ecumenical Relations, School of Theology and Ministry,   John Sinno,  founder of Typecast Films, which most recently produced the documentary film "Iraq in Fragments," which won three top prizes at Sundance and earned him a nomination in 2007 for an Academy Award.  

    Rev. Olive coordinates and facilitates ecumenical and interfaith lectures and events for national and international scholars and peace builders. Sinno, who was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon, is president of Arab Film Distribution.

    The Seattle University  Department of Fine Arts  in the College of Arts and Sciences  offers undergraduate degrees in theatre, photography , digital art and design , visual art and art history , and music  as well as an MFA in Arts Leadership.


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