Film Night - Native Women & Film 5
Wednesday February 10 at 7pm
An evening of short films by award-winning and emerging Indigenous women filmmakers. NW&F5 features work by Sonya Ballantyne, Jennifer Dysart, Lisa Jackson, Jessie Short, Amanda Strong, and Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers.
Curators’ Q&A with the filmmakers to follow the screening.
NW&F5 is a project of the Women's and Gender Studies Program of the University of Manitoba that brings filmmakers together for dialogue and student engagement.
FREE (Does not include Gallery admission) • Run time: 59 min.
Seminar - Doing No Harm: Doctors, Medical Ethics, and Religion in Ancient Greece
Sunday, February 28 from 2pm to 4pm
Join University of Winnipeg professor Dr. Tyson Sukava for this seminar that explores some of the earliest attempts in the Western world to define the medical profession and a physician's responsibilities. Consider difficult ethical problems that ancient Greek doctors faced and the role of faith in healing, issues that continue to be relevant today.