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“Peace in Our Pockets” Rough Cut Screens at Build Peace Conference April 4th

Join us for a Work-In-Progress screening at the Build Peace Conference in Cambridge, MA on Fri., April 4th. Special thanks to the Build Peace team for hosting this event which kicks off a weekend of sharing experiences and ideas on using technology for peacebuilding and conflict transformation.

The film screens April 4th @ 7pm in the MIT Media Lab, 75 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA. A Q&A and discussion follows with opportunities to share feedback with the filmmakers. Free and open to the public.

“A Weaverly Path” Screens at Durham Arts Council Feb. 6th @ 7pm

Join us for a special screening of A Weaverly Path at the Durham Arts Council on Thursday, February 6th at 8pm as part of the landmark exhibit
“Silvia Heyden & Edith London: Together Again”. The evening begins at 7pm with an Artist Talk by Ms. Heyden. The free exhibit features 30 Heyden tapestries and 30 London paintings. This is a wonderful celebration of two Durham, NC powerhouse artists and is not to be missed. Runs through Feb. 28th.

‘A New Kind of Listening’ and Interweave Asheville at 37th Alternate ROOTS

Polly Medlicott and Interweave Asheville will be offering a session at the 37th Alternate Roots Annual Meeting and Artists Retreat – Finding Our Way to an Inclusive Arts Community: Artists with Disabilities Speak Out. This 3 session Learning Exchange will cover historical perspectives on disability oppression and advocacy, information on the main types of disabilities, personal stories, and RSC principles for developing a more inclusive ROOTS community. August 6-13, 2013, Lutheridge Conference Center, Asheville, NC.

More info on the Alternate ROOTS website.