Film Screening w/ South Side Projections
@ Little Black Pearl Art & Design Center
1060 East 47th Street
Opening Wednesday, June 6th, from 7PM - 8:30PM
On view through Friday, July 6th
South Side Projections presents a curated selection of films for The Tipping Point of Me and We Exhibition at Little Black Pearl Art and Design Center.
+ Anatomy of Melancholy (Bryan Frye, 1960s/1999)
+ Troublemakers (Norman Fruchter & Robert Machover 1966)
+ Sean (Ralph Arlyck, 1970)
South Side Projections presents film screenings and panel discussions to foster conversation on social issues. It seeks to alleviate the lack of mainstream film viewing opportunities on the south side of Chicago by presenting films in alternative venues and to promote the film and video work of filmmakers and students who lack access to Chicago’s traditional art-house and film-school markets. South Side Projections was founded by Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
This program is part of The Tipping Point of Me and We, the latest call-and-response exhibition from the Contemporary Arts Council, which brings together seasoned and ascending artists and writers then asks them to speak to what they are seeing, living and experiencing in the tumultuous moments of the present human experience.
Artists || Michael Dinges, EJ Hill, Honey Pot Performance, Peter Kepha, Nicolas Lampert & Paul Kjelland, Kenrick Mcfarlane, Mark Moleski, Sarah Ross, South Side Projections, and Jabari Zuberi
Writers || Allison Glenn, Joseph D. Jordan, Patrick Lichty, Jennifer Patiño, and Rebecca Zorach
Curator || Tempestt Hazel
This exhibition is presented by the Contemporary Arts Council, an independent, non-affiliated organization dedicated to supporting emerging artists and curators, mainly from the Chicago area.
Venue generously donated by Little Black Pearl Art and Design Center
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