Advance Screening of Powerful Film
Professor Brody Fox talks about his tattoos, their meanings, and how they've helped him in his life's journey.
Chances are you know someone who has a tattoo. You may not know they have it, but there are enough people in the U.S. who have them that you know at least one of them. Have you ever asked someone about why they got the tattoo they did? What it's meaning was? When I've done it, I've gotten a mixture of responses from "I don't know, I just think it looks cool" to "I wanted to commemorate my cousin/sibling/friend who died in Afghanistan." Other people have used it to mark a struggle. Professor Brody Fox has gotten a tattoo or two in his life and with much more intentionality than most people. On Wednesday, February 22 at 7pm come out to Thorne Hall to see an advance screening if his new documentary film about his journey and how he has used this form of art to document his personal journey through development of a stronger sense of himself, his identity, and his intellect. Professor Fox will spend time after the film for a Q&A with interested folks as well.
*note this film contains mature content equivalent to an MPAA-R rating. This event is co-sponsored by the Media Arts and Culture Program, the Center for Gender Equity, the ResEd Multicultural Hall, and the Oxy Queer-Straight Alliance.