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Ohio Northern University’s Student Art League Announces Film Series

Four of the worst films ever made

Bad Movies logoThe Ohio Northern University’s department of art & design and the Student Art League announces its Winter quarter film series. Films are shown on Thursdays at 6p.m. in room 115 of the Wilson Art Center located on Gilbert Street. Visitor parking is available at the McIntosh Center parking lot. Admission is free.

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
December 17

Martians, upset that their children have become obsessed with TV shows from Earth which extol the virtues of Santa Claus, start an expedition to Earth to kidnap the one and only Santa.

The Terror of Tiny Town
January 14

An evil gun-slinging midget comes to terrorize the good little people of Tiny Town. The townspeople organize to defeat him, and zany antics ensue.

Robot Monster
January 28

Ro-Man, an alien that looks remarkably like a gorilla in a diving helmet, has destroyed all but six people on the planet Earth. He spends the entire film trying to finish off these survivors, but complications arise when he falls for the young woman in the group.

Ed Wood Double Feature
February 11

We proudly present two films by the worst director of all time – Glen or Glenda, a cross-dresser’s plea for tolerance, and Plan 9 from Outer Space, a sci-fi feature in which aliens resurrect Earth’s dead as zombies in order to prevent the construction of a massive bomb.

Ohio Northern offers both the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees with majors in advertising design, art education, graphic design and studio arts. The department of A&D holds memberships in national organizations such as the National Art Education Association, College Art Association, Foundations in Art: Theory and Education and the National Council on Education of Ceramic Arts. The department is recognized in the second edition of “Creative Colleges: A Guide for Student Actors, Artists, Dancers, Musicians and Writers” as one of the best creative programs nationwide. For additional information about the department of art & design or the University’s 2009-10 Arts Exhibition Season, contact the department at 419.772.2160.