SIGNS OF HUMANITY is a documentary film that explores inter-related themes of home, homelessness, compassion, and humanity. Artist and professor Willie Baronet has purchased more than 1,300 homeless signs over the past 24 years, and he uses this collection to create installations to raise awareness about homelessness. During the month of July, 2014, Willie and three filmmakers drove across the country, interviewing more than 100 people on the streets and purchasing over 280 signs. SIGNS OF HUMANITY is a film about that trip.
Screenings are at 12PM and 6PM
This film has a 1 hour running time, is free and open to the public.
The We Are All Homeless exhibition in IU Northwest’s Gallery for contemporary Art will be open until 6PM on September 18, and will be on view through October 18.