Friday, April 23, 2021 at 7:30PM
Join us for the live screening event of three video works including the gleaners, and: ritual for signaled bodies by Benjamin Rosenthal (Kansas City, MO) & Eric Souther (Alfred, NY), Urban Violet and Southern Queery by André Terrel Jackson (Ewing, NJ), and Seeing Water Lilies by Maya Jeffereis (Brooklyn, NY).
This event is open to a limited audience. Masks and social distancing will be enforced.
**April 23 UPDATES**
Due to inclement weather, the video screening event has been moved indoors to Charlotte Street’s Black Box theater located at 3333 Wyoming St, KCMO, 64111. Audience members will be spaced six feet apart. For parking, please use the North and South lots at Charlotte Street’s new campus.
CW: For attendees bringing children, this event will include one film that uses strong language.
Charlotte Street Foundation presents a new time-based media project, In My Own Skin, as an online site and a series of live programs from April 23-25, 2021. Curated by Kimi Kitada, Jedel Family Foundation Curatorial Fellow, the project examines the intersections of the body, gender, and technology through the work of seven artists. For more events in this series, click HERE