NAAC BOSTON MEMBER EVENTS

The Network for Arts Administrators of Color (or NAAC Boston) was established to enhance the visibility of professionals of color in Greater Boston’s arts and culture sector, as well as widen the leadership pipeline and highlight opportunities for professional and personal growth in the field.

Below is a calendar of events promoting the work of NAAC Boston members and events affiliated with NAAC Boston members’ organizations.

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Roxbury International Film Festival: Street Scenes 15 & I Know A Man...Ashley Bryan

Presented by Roxbury International Film Festival at Hibernian Hall, Boston

June 27, 2017

Street Scenes 15 Directed by Robert Lamothe Street Scenes 15 shows the passion, dedication, and excitement of the people that are part of the Fight for 15 movement to gain a livable minimum wage. As a movie goer, it’s very enjoyable to see the expressions of joy and determination on the faces of people dedicated to making economic social justice a reality. Lively social justice music was a big part of the rallies and marches that makes Street Scenes 15 great fun to watch. Passionate and... [more+]
Street Scenes 15 Directed by Robert Lamothe Street Scenes 15 shows the passion, dedication, and excitement of the people that are part of the Fight for 15 movement to gain a livable minimum wage. As a movie goer, it’s very enjoyable to see the expressions of joy and determination on the faces of people dedicated to making economic social justice a reality. Lively social justice music was a big part of the rallies and marches that makes Street Scenes 15 great fun to watch. Passionate and informative speakers bring home the great need for a $15 an hour minimum wage that is an important part of the current national debate. It was filmed from 2014 to 2016 in Boston Massachusetts. I Know A Man…Ashley Bryan Directed by Richard Kane “I Know a Man … Ashley Bryan” is a story about a 93 year-old artist who skips and jumps in his mind like a child. Yet he is a spiritually deep and erudite creative genius and poet/illustrator of 50 children’s books, maker of magical puppets and sea glass windows from found objects inspired by his African heritage. Ashley lives on the remote Cranberry Islands off the coast of Maine and has been using art his entire life to celebrate joy, mediate the darkness of war and racism, explore the mysteries of faith, and create loving community. [less-]

Dates & times

Tue, Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm

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