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FILM & WORKSHOP | AN EVENING WITH JEREMY DENNIS

Parrish Art Museum 279 Montauk Highway Water Mill, NY 11976

FILM & WORKSHOP | AN EVENING WITH JEREMY DENNIS In the Lichtenstein Theater   January 14, 2022, 6 pm - 7:30 pm REGISTER Join Parrish Collection artist and fine art photographer Jeremy Dennis, member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, for an evening-length program featuring a short documentary and conversation about an artist residency he founded and a… Read More »FILM & WORKSHOP | AN EVENING WITH JEREMY DENNIS

Ma’s House Film Screening Benefit with Bay Street Theater – November 13th 5pm

Bay Street Theater 1 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

Reciprocity Project Presents AMPLIFYING INDIGENOUS VOICES Showcasing Seven Short Films The event is on Sunday, November 13, at 5 p.m. Long Island News in Your Inbox Get local news, offers & more... by Stephi Wild Oct. 13, 2022            Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced the screening of The Reciprocity Project… Read More »Ma’s House Film Screening Benefit with Bay Street Theater – November 13th 5pm

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Community convening – We’re Not Softening Our Resistance – The Bronx Museum Ma’s House Short Screening

Bronx Museum 1040 Grand Concourse The Bronx, NY 10456, NY, United States

Join us in celebrating Earth Day with a video festival and panel showcasing short films/videos by visual artists on issues around climate change, indigenous land rights, Black liberation and migration. Participate in a critical intercultural exchange and platform to discuss climate breakdown and what resistance looks like. After the festival, audience members are invited to… Read More »Community convening – We’re Not Softening Our Resistance – The Bronx Museum Ma’s House Short Screening

Ma’s House Documentary Screening at National Museum of the American Indian | NYC

National Museum of the America Indian NYC Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House One Bowling Green New York, NY 10004, NY, United States

Please join us for a free Native New York Film Festival at the National Museum of the American Indian in NYC on May 7th from 1 - 3 pm. The series will feature a short documentary, 'Ma's House' (Director: Jeremy Dennis (Shinnecock), USA, 2022, 8 min.) Ma’s house was once the heart of a community.… Read More »Ma’s House Documentary Screening at National Museum of the American Indian | NYC

Open Studios with Resident Artist Ayasha Guerin

Ma's House 159 Old Point Road, Southampton, NY, United States

Please join us Sunday, May 14th from 6 - 8 pm for an Open Studios with resident artist Ayasha Guerin! During her open studio, Ayasha will share footage from video works-in-progress filmed on Shinnecock during her residency at Ma’s House. She’ll give a short artist’s talk about her practice of making work at shorelines, which… Read More »Open Studios with Resident Artist Ayasha Guerin

20th Annual Indigenous Film & Arts Festival in Colorodo

IIIRM Colorodo

All our Denver programs are FREE and open to the public Please join us for film and art, filmmakers, cultural experts and artists No RSVP required – Come on down! October 11 (Heartbeat of a Nation) DETAILS October 12 (Cara Romero: Following the Light) DETAILS October 15 (Hebron Relocation & Ma’s House) DETAILS October 18… Read More »20th Annual Indigenous Film & Arts Festival in Colorodo

Return To Sender, directed by Mara Ahmed – Film & Panel at Southampton Art Center

Southampton Art Center 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, New York 11968, NY, United States

FILM: RETURN TO SENDER 11/19/2023 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM ET Description Return to Sender: Women of Color in Colonial Postcards & the Politics of Representation pushes the documentary medium in unexpected ways by opening with three contemporary South Asian American women who recreate British colonial postcards from the early 20th century. Dressed in lavish traditional… Read More »Return To Sender, directed by Mara Ahmed – Film & Panel at Southampton Art Center

The Distance of the Moon – Outdoor Installation at Ma’s House by Ruby Que

Ma's House 159 Old Point Road, Southampton, NY, United States

The Moon was once very close to the Earth. It's straying away from us by about 1.5 inches every year. Weaving together personal memories, local myths, scientific discoveries, and speculative histories, this multimedia installation meditates on yearning and presents strategies to reach unreachable places. Ruby Que is a queer, itinerant, multidisciplinary artist. In their work,… Read More »The Distance of the Moon – Outdoor Installation at Ma’s House by Ruby Que

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