Salon – Dan Reyes – Where the Green Ants Dream


Sunday, February 28, 7 p.m. @ Millworks — Potluck and pass the hat admission

Dan Reyes will host a screening and discussion of Werner Herzog’s “Where the Green Ants Dream” [1984]. This event will be coordinated with related reading and discussion planned for March 12 meeting of the Education and Public Intellectual Practice Reading Group hosted by Reyes and Iveta Jusova.

About the Host – Dan Reyes, Nonstop Working Member, educator, interdisciplinary scholar and registered architect (Ph.D. Miami University, 1999), advocates for liberal education and the progressive social imagination. He produces art works as mixed media sculpture, graphic arts and architectural constructions and his primary scholarly interests include the social and philosophical foundations of education, literary theory, cultural studies and visual cultural studies. Reyes identifies one particularly significant social challenge before us as reinvigorating a commitment to work that benefits the collective common good.

About Salons – Nonstop’s Salons take place every other Sunday at 7pm. Salons encourage discussion, the sharing of cultural and academic works/research-in-progress, exposure to local resources, and diverse investigations. Each salon begins with a potluck meal; all are welcome; pass the hat admission.