Film Screening & Dialogue with Saki Mafundikwa: Shungu The Resilience of a People (2009, 54 min)—a film by Saki Mafundikwa
Shungu presents a personal and compelling narrative of the strategies ordinary people use to survive in Zimbabwe today, offering a rare, intimate insight as the country experiences political turmoil, economic meltdown and health care collapse. Shungu has won film festival awards around the world.
Co-hosted by Humanities & Sciences
Week 10 | Monday, November 13th, 12:00pm
ArtCenter College of Design
Hillside, Faculty Dining Room
Lunch will be served
The Art Center Dialogues, a lecture series made possible by a generous endowment from the Toyota Motor Corporation, brings eminent speakers to the College from a wide variety of art, design and educational backgrounds to inspire creativity and thoughtful discussion, and to broaden perspectives.
Saki Mafundikwa is the founder and director of the Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts (ZIVA), a design and new media training college in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is an accomplished author and lecturer. He currently teaches at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.