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Office of Education and Community Outreach

Office of Education and Community Outreach
Life Hall, Room 130D


February 11, 2014 – 7:00pm
University Hall, Room 1040
Co-sponsorship – Film Forum and the College of the Arts Office of Education and Community Outreach present:
Lexi Alexander- Director, Writer, Producer, Actress 
Lexi Alexander is a German-born film director. She is a former World Point Fighting and Karate Champion who, after retiring from professional fighting the age 19, found her way into film through a role in Mortal Kombat: Live Tour. While working as a stunt woman, she began directing award-winning films including Johnny Flynton and Green Street Hooligans. Other films include the cult classic Punisher: War Zone and the spiritual movie Lifted. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

Film Forum, sponsored by the Filmmaking Program in the College of the Arts, is a weekly program for MSU students and the public. The program features contemporary filmmakers who come to speak about their work and profession in an open forum that invites audience members to ask questions and hear personalized inside stories from some of the most innovative filmmakers in the region. Admission is free and the full season runs throughout the academic year

March 3  – May 23, 2014
Life Hall Exhibition Space
The Global Education Center, College of the Arts
MSU Art Galleries and the MFA Studio Program Present:

Global Images 2014

International Travel Photography by MSU Faculty and Staff

13th Annual Exhibition

Life Hall Exhibition Space

J. Velasco, Health and Nutrition Sciences
La Modela. Cuba, 2012

October 28 - December 22, 2013
8:30am - 4:30pm
Life Hall Exhibition Space
Lost Synagogues of Europe: an Exhibition of Print Illustrations by Andrea Strongwater As part of the Kristallnacht Commemorative Program, OECO will present this ongoing exhibit. This year marks the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) and the Nazi orchestrated pogroms targeting German Jewry. Please join us for a series of events representing a variety of humanities disciplines including history, culture, religion, philosophy and art as we remember what happened in November 1938.

November 2 - 9, 2013 - 9th Annual Diversity Week
Montclair State University

A multi-disciplinary program, seeking to instill a University and community-wide appreciation and tolerance for diverse perspectives. Consisting of art exhibits, lectures. arts residencies, performances, and a conference - these events unite students, faculty, staff, alumni and surrounding community members in an inclusive setting.

Presented in cooperation with the Office of Education & Community Outreach, College of the Arts

For more information about Diversity Week 2012 please click here.

November 11, 4:30-6:00pm
Life Hall Exhibition Space
Opening Reception and Book Signing
Lost Synagogues of Europe:
An exhibition of Print Illustrations by Andrea Strongwater

The story, through art and words, of 20 of the thousands of synagogues that were destroyed by the Nazis between 1935-1945 across Europe. The exhibit will feature the beautifully painted synagogues and the opening reception  / book signing with the author / illustrator will provide an opportunity to learn about and appreciate the importance of these buildings and their congregations. To view a video about The Lost Synagogues please click the video button below.



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