LLCC’s “All Lit Up” Arts and Humanities Festival begins today with a monologue/storytelling workshop from 3-5 p.m. in Menard Hall, Room 1168. Professors Mark Hardiman and Deborah Brothers are facilitators.
With the theme of “Arts bringing light into the darkness,” the festival will feature a number of events from Sept. 24-28 in conjunction with Banned Books Week, a national observance celebrating the freedom to read. All events are free and open to the public. LLCC students, staff, faculty and administrators are invited and encouraged to participate or attend.
Tuesday, Sept. 25
Film showing and discussion of “Cinema Paradiso,” with music by Jane Hartman
5 p.m., Menard Hall, Room 2250
Professors Joe Hoff and Deborah Brothers, facilitators
Wednesday, Sept. 26
18th Annual Banned Books Reading, “Well, I’ll Be Banned!”
11 a.m.-noon, A. Lincoln Commons
Professor Deborah Brothers, facilitator, with volunteer readers
Thursday, Sept. 27
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to document their day through art, writing and photography, showcasing the images of LLCC, the people of LLCC, the creations of student artists and written reflections. Submit work to Tim McKenzie at email@example.com (786-4656) or to www.facebook.com/DayAtLLCC. More information will be announced on the Facebook page.
Friday, Sept. 28
Open Mic, 11 a.m.-noon, James S. Murray Gallery, Menard Hall upper level
Professor David Leitner, facilitator, with volunteer readers