Project 1612 is excited to announce TIME/SHARE, a film screening in collaboration with Adam Farcus, curator of Lease Agreement (Huntsville, TX), and Chintia Kirana curator of Expose Art House (Montgomery, AL). This event is funded through Sixty Inches From Center with support from Illinois Humanities.
Each space has invited a filmmaker to be a part of the event. Screenings will take place on Monday, March 25th at 6 pm local time. Following the screenings will be a Q&A with the on-site curator, filmmaker, and audience. The Q&A will be offered as a live-stream through each respective spaces’ Facebook and Instagram feeds.
Project 1612 invited Josh Roach, a multidisciplinary artist/maker currently based out of Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. His practice is focused around the characters that he becomes through the wearing of hand-made costumes, and the subsequent actions that he performs with objects and other creatures in both constructed and real-world spaces. Recently, this has mostly been through either live performance or video work. Josh is currently pursuing his MFA degree in Sculpture & Expanded Media at Illinois State University. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Manitoba in his hometown of Winnipeg, Canada.
Lease Agreement invited Liz Rodda, an Austin-based artist and Associate Professor in the School of Art & Design at Texas State University. Recently her work has been included in screenings and exhibitions at institutions such as Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Colombia; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA; and the Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. More info about this location here.
Expose Art Magazine invited C. DeWayne Cunningham, an artist, director, cinematographer and screenwriter from Beatrice, Alabama. He graduated with honors from both J.F. Shields High School & Alabama State University. C. DeWayne writes screenplays, treatments, directs & edits short films, commercials, promos, music videos & etc. through his production company Carolyn Jean's Son VISIONS. More info about this location here.
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If attending Project 1612's location, please RSVP on the Facebook event (or PM us on Instagram) or in person at Lit. on Fire Used Books.
We have only 20 seats available, so space is limited. We will update seat availability regularly on the Facebook event page.
Jessica Stephenson of Lit on Fire Used Books, a local queer, woman-owned small business, will host this event.
Lease Agreement | 12th Street Bar, 1024 12th St., Huntsville, TX
Expose Art House | 3309 Carter Hill Rd., Montgomery, AL
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