Location: Meet outside 18th and Callowhill (at the CBI building)
Saunter down the Parkway with a faculty-led tour focusing on the international architecture of two buildings with religious significance: the historic Cathedral Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul and the new Philadelphia Pennsylvania Mormon Temple.
The 32nd Annual International Festival at Community College of Philadelphia presents:
International Festival Panel: What Does It Mean To Be A Globally Engaged Citizen?
Panelists: Zabeth Teeklucksingh, Executive Director, Global Philadelphia Association; Carl (Tobey) Oxholm III, Executive Vice President for Administration and Strategic Advancement, Rowan University; and Connie Watson, Ed.D., Behavioral Science Department and Facilitator for the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning at Community College of Philadelphia.
The 32nd Annual International Festival at Community College of Philadelphia presents World and Indian Contexts, Mini Performance and Reflections: Rabindranath Tagore's Red Oleandors.
The cast of the student Spring Theatre Production, directed by Prof. Joanne Cunningham, English Department; Prof. Lakshmi Gudipati, English Department, whose adaptation of Tagore’s play is used in the production, will introduce the play; Prof. Quinn Eli, English Department, will present the dramaturgy of the play.
The 32nd Annual International Festival at Community College of Philadelphia presents an International Fashion Show: Appreciation of Cultural Diversity.
Join us for a mix of cultural events celebrating international music, fashion and dance taking place throughout the day in the Large Auditorium.