Last December, the Southeast Asia Center, in conjunction with the UW Graduate School and the Rajana Society, hosted a number of events revolving around the visit of internationally-acclaimed Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh, including a video installation featuring images from the archive of Elizabeth Becker. Jenna Grant, who spearheaded the organizing efforts of his visit, was featured on the front page of last week’s issue of The International Examiner. You can read the full article here.
The video installation, entitled “The Age of the Kampuchea Picture,” created by MA student Adrian Alarilla, Anthropology Assistant Professor Jenna Grant, and Southeast Asia Librarian Judith Henchy, will be featured again as part of the art event “The ART of Survival,” which starts at 1 pm on April 7, 2018 at the Seattle City Hall. More details here.