To Kill a Mockingbird: Film and Discussion Panel
What would Atticus do? Or Scout? The Young Writers Program will screen the classic film, "To Kill a Mockingbird" on Saturday, March 15. Wine and hors d'oeuvres will be served starting a 7:00 followed by a discussion panel titled "How Harper Lee's Book Changed My Life (and the World). Panelists include local poet and winner of the 2013 Morton Marcus Memorial Poetry Prize Danusha Lameris, author and professor of literature at UCSC Micah Perks, Assistant Professor of African-American and Asian-American literature Christopher S. Chen, Defense Attorney Ben Rice, and Santa Cruz High School student Lynette Williams. Screening of the film will follow the discussion panel at 7:55.
The Museum of Art History is located at 705 Front Street, in Santa Cruz.
The Young Writers Program trains community volunteers who work in county wide classrooms in grades 4-12 on teacher-initiated writing projects. Student writing is published in professionally edited and designed publications that are sold in area bookstores.
Santa Cruz Writes (SCW) is a non-profit organization that seeks to develop and support a vibrant literary community dedicated to the craft of writing and its ability to inform, reveal, and enchant. More information about Santa Cruz Writes and the Young Writers Program is available online at http://santacruzwrites.org/
The Young Writers Program is co-sponsored by Santa Cruz Writes and Santa Cruz County Office of Education.
Museum of Art History (View)
705 Front Stree
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
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