Our film travels to the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum in Blowing Rock, NC for a screening Aug. 17th @ 7pm. We look forward to sharing the film with this art loving community and hope to see weavers and textile artists in attendance. The museum is located at 159 Chestnut St. Blowing Rock, NC 28605.
I’m very happy to celebrate Georges Rousse’s 2006 transformative public art project in Durham with a 10th Anniversary screening of Bending Space: Georges Rousse and the Durham Project on Sunday, October 9th @ 8pm at the Carolina Theatre of Durham.
Bending Space holds a special place in my filmmaking heart and in my ‘catalogue’ of artist docs. I like to say it’s aged like a fine wine. The film is a great snapshot of Downtown Durham just before the boom, a time when restaurants and bars were scarce and parking spaces plentiful. The film also captures an inspirational story about the power of public art and celebrates the creative process of visionary French photographer/installation artist Rousse. A decade after Penelope Maunsell and I documented Rousse’s project and produced Bending Space, much has changed in Durham. The film is a catalyst for dialogue about the relationships and tensions between the arts and development in a rapidly changing urban landscape.
Tickets are $10.75 and available at the Carolina Theatre of Durham box office, 919.560.3030.
Our film screened at La Triennale Internationale Des Arts Textiles en Outaouais 2016 as part of a new film series. The collections of films that explore contemporary, enthnocultural, and historical textile arts was presented in collaboration with the Cultural Diffusion Centres of the Outaouais.
We have 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 Weaverly Path screens at the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center on Thursday, August 29th @ 7pm. Q&A follows the screening with local weavers Mary Flad, Diane Arcieri, and Robin Beveridge, all artists with work in the “Textures” exhibit at the center. 317 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Chatham Country Arts Council screens A Weaverly Path as part of their Sustainable Cinema Series on Wednesday, November 28th @ 7pm. Silvia and Kenny will be in attendance for a post screening Q&A.
Admission is $5 at the door. Fearrington Village is located midway between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro on Highway 15-501 South.
Join Silvia Heyden and Assistant Director Marybeth Dugan for a screening of Weaverly Path at the Durham Country Library on Tuesday, October 16th @ 7pm. The screening takes place in the 1st floor auditorium of the Main Library (300 N. Roxboro St. Durham, NC 27701). Admission is free.
A Weaverly Path will have its California premiere at Convergence 2012, the annual conference of the Handweavers Guild of America. The Conference will be held in Long Beach, California.The special screening is part of ‘Dinner and Movie’ on Friday, July 20 at 6:30pm. A Q&A with Silvia Heyden and Assistant Director Marybeth Dugan will follow the screening. For more info, visit the HGA Convergence website here.
A Weaverly Path was an Official Selection at the 7th Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival in Lafayette, LA.
The January 29th screening included commentary by artist Robert Dafford.
“A Weaverly Path” will have a Special Screening at Convergence 2012, a biennial, international conference sponsored and organized by the Handweavers Guild of America (HGA), with the help of many dedicated fiber enthusiasts. The Conference will be in Long Beach, CA this year and the film screens Friday, July 20, 2012 @ 6:30pm. A Q&A with Silvia Heyden will follow the screening. For more info visit the HGA website here.