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Member Monday MEMBER EVENT MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 5–8 P.M.

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On the first Monday of each month, join us for a members-only program from 5–8 p.m. featuring extended gallery hours and engaging presentations about Gone With The Wind.

Professor Kathryn Fuller-Seeley, from the University's Department of Radio-Television-Film, discusses Gone With The Wind and its influence on American film and media history. Fuller-Seeley is the author of At the Picture Show: Small Town Audiences and the Creation of Movie Fan Culture and One Thousand Nights at the Movies: An Illustrated History of Motion Pictures 1895–1915.

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DISCUSSIONS

Caring for the Gone With The Wind Costumes DISCUSSION TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 7 P.M.

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How do you care for some of the most iconic costumes in film history? Ransom Center Curator of Film Steve Wilson leads a discussion on the preservation of Gone With The Wind costumes, including the green curtain dress and burgundy ball gown, with independent textile conservator Cara Varnell, Ransom Center Assistant Curator of Costumes and Personal Effects Jill Morena, and independent scholar Nicole Villarreal. Enjoy a closer look at the Gone With The Wind costumes with extended gallery hours until 9 p.m.


LECTURES

LaToya Ruby Frazier LECTURE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 7 P.M.

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Award-winning artist LaToya Ruby Frazier speaks about her ongoing documentation of the impact of deindustrialization on her hometown of Braddock, Pennsylvania. Best known for her black-and-white photographic series Notion of Family, Frazier's work explores identity, place, legacies of industrialization, complex familial relationships, and illness. Co-sponsored by the University's Visual Arts Center, John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies, CAAD: Center for Art of Africa and its Diasporas, and the Humanities Institute.


READINGS

Poetry on the Plaza: Fantasy READING DECEMBER 3, NOON

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Poetry on the Plaza: Fantasy


SCREENINGS

The Wizard of Oz (1939) FILMS OF 1939 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 7 P.M.

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Judy Garland stars in The Wizard of Oz, an early Technicolor classic directed by Victor Fleming. Having completed color photography on The Wizard of Oz, Fleming took over as director of Gone With The Wind after George Cukor left the production. 102 minutes.


Gone With The Wind (1939) SCREENING MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 7 P.M.

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THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE, 713 CONGRESS AVENUE

The Paramount Theatre commemorates the 75th anniversary of the December 15, 1939, premiere of Gone With The Wind. Tickets required and may be purchased online, by phone at 512-474-1221, or at the Paramount's box office.


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