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Eckerd College

4200 54th Ave. S St. Petersburg (727) 864-7979



Directed by Lee Isaac Chung, Kinyarwanda with English subtitles, (97 min, 2007). A critically acclaimed drama that explores the friendship between two Rwandan refugees, one of whom is Hutu and the other Tutsi. Chung directed this film, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, with the collaboration of many local young people who were taking his filmmaking course in Rwanda. Friday at 7 p.m., Miller Auditorium.

St. Petersburg College

6605 Fifth Ave. N St. Petersburg (727) 341-4301


Heissler Organ Concert Series: Paul Jacobs

Paul Jacobs, chair of the organ department at the Juilliard School of Music, will perform a concert of classical works on the Heissler concert organ. Jacobs is one of North America's best known concert organists. $10 admission. Friday at 7:30 p.m. Free to SPC staff/students with current ID.

University of South Florida St. Petersburg

140 Seventh Ave. S St. Petersburg (727) 873-4124


Native American Lecture and Art: "Transcendence: Native American Perspectives for a New Consciousness"

Based on their new book, Transcendence, award-winning authors Gabriel Horn and Amy Krout-Horn will offer a presentation focusing on American Indian world views of history and spirituality, and the relevancy it holds for contemporary society. Selected art will be displayed by Aaron Aitchison and Carises Horn. Presented by the USFSP Honors Program. Today at 1 p.m., Davis Hall, Room 130. Free.

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