Africa Atlanta 2014, France Atlanta, & Bronzelens Film Festival
November 8, 2013
6 to 8:30pm
Georgia Tech Bill Moore Student Success Center
Film Clip Screening & Discussion in Clary Theater
Reception in the Hall of Success
This is a FREE event!
For inquires, please contact: email@example.com or 404.385.6237
The 4th Annual BronzeLens Film Festival (November 7-10, 2013) is dedicated to bringing national and worldwide attention to Atlanta as an epicenter film and film production for people of color.
The 4th Annual France-Atlanta (October 23-November 9,2013) is a partnership between the Consulate General of France in Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology that presents a multidisciplinary series of events each fall centered on innovation and design to foster French-American cooperation and synergetic exchange in the U.S. Southeast.
Please note that the NW or Northwest is extremely important; entering simply the street will result in a different location away from our campus. When you arrive at this address you will be on North Ave.
The Visitor 1 parking lot will be on the south side of the street, and the Bill Moore Student Success Center will be on the north side of the street. Please use the pedestrian Sky Bridge to cross North Avenue.
MARTA: North Avenue Station
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Georgia Tech's Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Celebrating 125 years of liberal arts at one of the world’s premier research universities, the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts forms a vanguard in 21st century interdisciplinary research, education, and innovation. These endeavors bridge the traditional separation between the technological disciplines and humanities and social sciences. From this crossroads, faculty and students consider the human implications of technologies, policies, and actions and create sustainable solutions for a better world. The College is comprised of six schools – Economics, History, Technology, and Society; The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs; Literature, Media, and Communication; Modern Languages; Public Policy; and Georgia Tech’s Reserve Officer Training Corps. Degrees offered are ten bachelor’s of science, six master’s, and six doctoral. Graduates are prepared for professional leadership in government, business, public policy, international affairs, law, technology, and new media. The College is named in honor of former Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen Jr.