Alexia Kosmider (Senior Lecturer, Literary Arts + Studies) recently won first prize in the James L. Seavor LGBTQ Screenplay Competition Award at the Rhode Island International Film Festival for her script, Small Steps in Black Birkenstocks, which was co-authored with Marianne Messinawon. The screenplay focuses on Lori, an older lesbian, who after losing her life partner tries […]
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Alexia Kosmider (Senior Lecturer, Literary Arts + Studies) will be serving on the documentaries jury at the Wicked Queer Film Festival, which is being held in Boston from 30th March untill the 9th April 2017.
Alexia Kosmider’s (Senior Lecturer, Literary Arts & Studies) documentary, TransJourney, is being screened at the 2015 Gender Odyssey Conference, an international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and and gender nonconforming people. The conference is in Seattle, August 20-23. TransJourney was also accepted into Palm Springs LGBTQ Film Festival September 17-20, 2015. […]
Alexia Kosmider (Senior Lecturer, Literary Arts + Studies) was featured on the Huffington Post, as her new documentary TransJourney premieres at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. TransJourney follows Sandra on her cross-country journey to share in the life of her child, formerly her son, now her “new” daughter Annabelle. TransJourney explores three women’s personal journeys […]
The Professional Development Fund Committee met mid-April to review project proposals submitted for its Spring 2014 funding cycle. The Committee received requests for over $90,000 in support. The Committee is pleased to announce the following awards to: Alba Corrado, Senior Critic, Foundation Studies, for casting of her bronze Sophia sculpture Nicola DePace, Senior Critic, Landscape […]
The documentary “Sappho’s Fire” by Alexia Kosmider (Senior Lecturer, English) will premiere at Boston’s LGBT Film Festival this May. documentary on older lesbians. The film follows the stories of older lesbians and their fears of growing older without the certainties of family support or financial resources. The Festival will take place May 5-15, 2011. Click […]
SPRING 2010 LIBERAL ARTS LECTURE SERIES Bob Santelli “Preserving Pop: Music, Museums, and American Culture” Monday, March 22nd – (co-sponsored w/ The John Nicholas Brown Center, Brown University) 7:00pm/Chace Center Auditorium Speaker Details: Bob Santelli joined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in 1993, and served as the Vice President of […]