First special screenings at universities
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The first screenings for universities are scheduled to begin this spring at campuses on each coast of the country with special guests scheduled to attend.
First there is a screening at 7 p.m. on April 22 at Long Island University, hosted by the schools genetics counseling graduate program. After a screening of the film, there will be a panel discussion that includes members from the Marfan Foundation and Rick Guidotti.
“On Beauty” will then travel to the University of Washington in Seattle for two special screenings on May 5. In the morning at 9 a.m. on the medical campus, Rick will give a medical talk and present the film. There will be another screening at 4 p.m. at the Husky Union Building, which will be followed by a guided discussion and reception. Joanna and Rick are both expected to be part of the afternoon event.
These screenings are just the beginning of our university screenings, which are part of the education initiative. This initiative focuses on bringing the film and additional resources to campuses and schools around the country in order to spark discussions and help change the way we experience our differences.
If you would like to bring this program to your school, request a screening below or e-mail at us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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