6th Annual Screening Scholarship Media Festival
in collaboration with Penn GSE's Ethnography Forum and Penn's Experimental Ethnography
Whose Knowledge Counts? Research and Practice in Critical Times.
February 23rd and 24th, 2018
This year, CAMRA's Screening Scholarship Media Festival will be combining with Penn GSE's Ethnography Forum and Penn's Experimental Ethnography for a student-lead collaboration. The conference will be held during the weekend of February 23-24 and will center around the theme: Whose Knowledge Counts? Research and Practice in Critical Times. Submissions will only be accepted from high school students producing film or other visual/performance based work that fits the theme for a limited number of spaces.
Inspired by the “unconference” movement, this year’s meeting will focus on innovative media and formats; creative collaboration; peer-to-peer dialogues; and intimate conversations with key scholars, educators, performers and activists. Although the "EthnoFest" this year will be free to all, in order to facilitate meaningful and substantive conversations, there will be space for only 100 attendees. Those who wish to participate in this dialogue are encouraged to register as soon as possible and reserve a seat.
Register for the full Friday-Saturday Program, with ALL special events: FULL REGISTRATION
Register for the Friday Film-screening ONLY: LIMITED REGISTRATION
Register for the Saturday MOCAT Performance/Exhibit ONLY: LIMITED REGISTRATION
For more information and the full schedule see here!