From NCAC’s gala, author Lois Lowry discusses her conversation with a young reader who was bothered by the ‘inappropriate’ things in one of her books.
Your Picture is FORBIDDEN: Photography and Censorship Today
Richard B. Woodward
TXBBQ&A will be an interactive roundtable discussion about the real, relevant state of censorship in Texas. The conversation will center on Texas schools and values, books in prison, freedom of the press and the right to read. 9/26, free and open to the public. Part of Banned Books Week 2013!
Join us for a free afternoon of films and discussions with the winners of our 2012 Youth Free Expression Film Contest! We’ll also feature youth-made films from partners, and a special live performance! FREE. Saturday, March 30th 1pm-4pm. Doors open at 12:45pm. New York Film Academy Screening Room 100 East 17th Street in Manhattan […]
7pm Monday, May 6 at the Strand on Union Square. Why is one piece of art more disturbing than another? Why is some sexual content too graphic? Where do we draw the line? And why do we draw it? Come to our panel of artists who’ve thought about this issue, and have pushed the envelope time and time again hoping to keep their work clear of imposed limitations.