Standing on the Red Carpet was fun, and very odd–I mean I’ve been photographed many times in public settings, but never by paparazzi. The cameras sounded like a lot of buzzing insects. The photographers were all shouting at once: “Look this way. Look up. Look down. Over here.” I leaned slightly toward Alice Isaaz, the lovely young star of the film, and said “I feel a little like I’m in a police lineup.” And she laughed, and I think Lisa (Dr. Lisa Cupolo) got the picture. The whole experience was just wonderful fun. And the movie is brilliant.
Please join us for the 2018 Literary Arts Reading Series, featuring authors, Michal Ajvaz (Feb. 5); Dorota Maslowska (Feb. 19); Lucian Dan Teodorovici (Mar. 12); Aleksandar Hemon (Apr. 2); Gabor Schein (Apr. 23) and Radka Denemarkova (Apr. 30). All readings are in Beckman Hall 404 at 5 p.m. and these events are free and open to the
WordTheatre returns for a sixth season to Chapman University on Monday, Feb. 5, when film and television actors will bring to life the short stories of John Edgar Wideman, a writer widely acclaimed for his work exploring the African-American experience. Acclaimed actors Roger Guenveur Smith (Do The Right Thing, American Gangster, Dope) and Gary Dourdan
Chapman University and Wilkinson College are hosting a LIVE taping of Ask Science Mike, a weekly question and answer podcast helping hundreds of thousands explore the questions they’ve always been afraid to ask about science, life and faith. This is part of Interstices 2018 Beyond Human: Emotion & AI event happening on Tuesday, February 13,
Artificial intelligence is growing more commonplace in our daily lives but the technology prompts many questions. Will AI take over the world? Should machines even think? Scholars, writers and film producers will explore these questions and more related to the development of artificial intelligence during Beyond Human: Emotion and AI, a free panel discussion at Chapman University on