Event: The Spiral Cage: Film Screening and Discussion
About this Event
Please join us for a screening of The Spiral Cage: the story of Al Davison, a talented comic book artist, who was born with spina bifida. How he overcomes this disability, becomes a successful artist and lives a fulfilling life is revealed in this heart-warming film.
After the screening we’ll discuss the film and the graphic novel that it’s based on in the context of the concurrent exhibit, Graphic Medicine: Ill-Conceived and Well-Drawn!, on display at the Willis Library January 29-March 10, 2018.
This event is sponsored by the UNT Libraries and Digital Humanities & Collaborative Programs, and is open to the public.
Visit the Graphic Medicine exhibit in Willis Library, January 29-March 10.
- February 8: Perspectives on Graphic Medicine: A Panel Discussion with Dr. Jacqueline Foertsch (English), Dr. Samantha Langsdale (Philosophy & Religion), Dr. Bryan Conn (English); and Dr. Spencer D. C. Keralis (Libraries & English)
- March 1: A Conversation about Graphic Medicine with Dr. Patti Brennan, National Library of Medicine Public Program, March 1, 2018.