Slab Cinema will continue its French New Wave Film series this evening with a screening of the 1962 classic Jules and Jim. Spanning several countries and many years before, during, and after WWI, Jules and Jim tells the story of two best friends as they fall in love with the same woman, Catherine. Written, directed, and produced by François Truffaut, the film is widely considered to be a highlight of French New Wave cinema, and one of the greatest films of the 20th century.
Her continued dedication to sculpture and painting earned her a Susan Kathleen Black Foundation scholarship to attend their annual conference and workshop in Dubois, Wyoming. While attending the workshops she studied alongside master artists such as Morton E. Solberg, Andrew Denman, and John Ruthven. She attended the program on scholarship for a second time in 2019.