Everyone loves a good story.
And as the largest and most diverse faculty at Memorial, the Faculty of Arts has turned out some amazing storytellers – writers, songwriters, entertainers, journalists and many others that contribute to the arts and media communities at home and abroad.
On Friday August 10 at 7 p.m., as part of Havin’ a Time: Reunion 2012, the Faculty of Arts will host Spinnin’ a Yarn: A Celebration of Stories and Storytellers.
We have a constellation of star faculty members who have their own tales to tell. Participants include Dr. Elizabeth Miller who will speak about “A Life with Dracula,” CBC broadcaster Tom Harrington who will reminscence about his father Michael Harrington (the first Newfoundland-born graduate of Memorial University), geography grad and founder of the Newfoundland Chocolate Company Brent Smith, broadcaster and visual artist Angela Antle, folklorist Dale Jarvis among others.
Enjoy an amazing evening showcasing our stories, our alumni, our faculty, and our current students in the Bruneau Centre. Join the party, share your own story, and get connected or reconnected to fellow alumni and friends of the Faculty of Arts. Followed by a super mixer, door prizes, cash bar and refreshments. Register here - https://conf.stuaff.mun.ca/getdemo.ei?id=43&s=_2R40RC682.