Wednesday Apr 9
A Protest On Behalf of Ai Weiwei Grows In Brooklyn
The issue of free expression in China is coming to Brooklyn, riding the wave of the world's most famous dissident artist, Ai Weiwei.
After 16 years, Jim Palmer still drawing energy from CU's Conference on World Affairs
Jim Palmer, left, outgoing director of the Conference on World Affairs, laughs while talking to Cody Oreck, center, and Alan Rudy during a moderator training class on Tuesday in the Eaton Humanities building on the University of Colorado campus.
Documentary filmmaker talks about Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
When Alison Klayman began filming artist and activist Ai Weiwei for a short introduction to be included with one of his exhibitions, the filmmaker had no idea it would become the beginning of a feature documentary about the controversial Chinese figure.
CU-Boulder's Conference on World Affairs Athenaeum to host Alison Klayman
The University of Colorado Conference on World Affairs Athenaeum is hosting Alison Klayman, award-winning director of "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry," for a screening of the film and talk 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.