Faculty + Staff News / June 17, 2014
Dawoud Bey (Photography) will exhibit "Dawoud Bey: Picturing People" June 17-Oct. 5 at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University.
Peter Cook (ASL-English Interpretation) performed Deaf storytelling program "Southern Buffet: COOKin' Up Stories" on June 7 at East Tennessee State University.
Linda Fortunato and David Woolley (Theatre) received Non-Equity Jeff Awards on June 2. Fortunato was honored for her choreography for Kiss of the Spider Woman at BoHo Theatre and Woolley for his fight choreography in Raven Theatre's The Playboy of the Western World.
Elio Leturia (Journalism) participated in the 30th Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest as a panelist in "El Legado de Gabo," a panel on the cultural and literary legacy of Nobel Prize winner and Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez.
Brendan Riley (English) will be on the panel "Zombie Myths & Misconceptions" on July 10 at ComicCon 2014.