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Center for Engagement and Community Development

Movies on the Grass 


mogMOG is a free community film and discussion series devoted to promoting public engagement with current issues in a relaxed, outdoor setting. MOG bills its selection as "movies with a conscience," specializing in topically social issues. In its eight year history, on-campus documentary showings have increased, often with post-film discussion venues. Community film attendance in the public library has also increased, and venues for films have increased to include churches, K12 schools, and senior centers. Recent examples of featured films include "A Powerful Noise" and "Papers".


Spring and Fall Semesters


Donna Schenk-Hamlin, 785-532-7454, donnash@ksu.edu


Movies on the Grass

Program Partners:

Ecumenical Campus Ministries; City of Manhattan; Sunset Zoo; Sierra Club; League of Women Voters; Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice

Institutional Impact Area(s):

K-State Libraries; Dow Multicultural Resource Center; Office of Diversity and Dual Careers; K-State Women's Studies Program; Students for Environmental Action; Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy; Community Cultural Harmony Week Committee; Dorothy Thompson Lecture Series; Multicultural Business Students Association; Fair Trade Advocates; Safe Zone; K-State School of Leadership Studies


Manhattan Community and K-State Students


Cultural Institutions and Programs; College of Arts and Sciences; K-State Libraries