Weekly preview — April 15

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Weekly preview — April 15

All Week

#filmisnotdead

Time: All day

Location: RSC Cadman Art Gallery

Cost: Free

Don’t miss an awesome exhibit at the Cadman featuring analog photography pieces during the display of #filmisnotdead. The gallery will be displaying a vast array of pieces along with the cameras used to capture them, allowing viewers to take in both the art and its creation process at the same time. Don’t miss this unique fusion of art and history. Poke your head in during your next stroll through the RSC.

Monday, April 15

Mentoring Mondays

Time: 4 – 6 p.m.

Location: Boys and Girls Club of South Central Kansas, 2400 N. Opportunity Dr

Cost: Free!

Do you love working with children and giving back to the community? Mentoring Monday gives you the opportunity to do both. The Boys and Girls Club has partnered with the Community Service Board to create a weekly tutoring program. Mentoring Mondays are designed to bring Wichita State students to an environment where their skills can best be put to use. Make sure to register at www.wichita.edu/CSBvolunteer so you can take part.

Tuesday, April 16

Engage ICT: Democracy On Tap

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Location: Roxy’s Downtown

Cost: Free!

Jump into in the Wichita conversation about climate change at a historic venue this Tuesday with KMUW’s Democracy on Tap. At Roxy’s Downtown, you’ll be bombarded with awesome free appetizers while you dive into discussion. A panel of experts will be providing insight and direction along the way.

Wednesday, April 17

KMUW’s Literary Feast

Time: Noon – 1 p.m.

Location: KMUW

Cost: $10

Are you a media nerd who loves literature and radio? Then KMUW’s Literary Feast is for you! The event is an open-book discussion led by KMUW that features both food for the mind and food for the stomach. Discussion is lead by KMUW book nerds Lu Anne Stephens, Beth Golay, and Sarah Jane Crespo, while food is provided by Public at the Brickyard. Get in the literary groove with “Lost Children Archive” by Valeria Luiselli, this month’s focus of discussion, then grab your tickets at http://www.kmuw.org/kmuw-literary-feast.