Tuesday, September 8, 2015
2:30 - 3:45 PM
This class is a follow-up to the IRON HORSE screening. In 1962, the Georgia Center's film production unit made PEGASUS WITHOUT WINGS, an educational film about the place of controversial art in our communities. The film was part of their "Basic Issues of Man" series for National Educational Television (NET), the predecessor of PBS. It fictionalizes, for teaching purposes, the 1954 "Iron Horse" sculpture placement and controversy. Carissa DiCindio, the Georgia Museum of Art's Curator of Education, will lead a discussion.
This class will be held at the Special Collections Library. Location details will be provided to class participants.
Margie Compton is the Film Archivist for the Brown Media Archives in UGA’s Special Collections Building. She received her MLIS from The University of Texas at Austin and has been at UGA for 14 years preserving our campus films, television newsfilm, historic home movies, educational films, and videotapes. She is a long-time member of the Association of Moving Image Archivists and recently of the Society of Georgia Archivists.