Within, between, and beyond

 

Within, Between, and Beyond exhibition now on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Art July 16 - October 31

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Within, Between, and Beyond uses artistic interpretation and storytelling as an innovative and insightful way forward around issues of race and identity in America today––creating intentional space for individuals to share their experiences and speak their truths. A collaborative project centering the stories and identities of mixed race and transracial adoptee participants, Within, Between, and Beyond in exhibition consists of paintings, audio/video interviews, and a reflection space.

On   View  July 16th - October 31st

Visual  Artist Lead: Leslie Barlow

Collaborators: Lola Osunkoya, Ryan Stopera, Andrea Manalov, Alissa Paris, Clarke Sanders, Maya Lehmann, Teiana Nakano

Video   interviews: Ryan Stopera, Lola Osunkoya & Leslie Barlow

Video   Music: Owen Duckworth

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Eleonore

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Nicole  &  Seth

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Written by Lola Osunkoya

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Film  festival

Before the closing of the exhibition Within, Between and Beyond, Midwest Mixed is excited to host a film screening at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.  The screening will be inside the theater at Mia from 3:00pm to 4:30pm on Saturday October 9th.

The film selections will be curated by a review panel of volunteers from Midwest Mixed.  All styles and genres of films are welcome including documentary, narrative, and animated.  We encourage the length of film submissions to be no longer than 20 minutes.  The theme of the screening is "identity."  In your submission email include:

 

1.  A web link with a download option of your film at a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080p.

2.  The filmmakers name, ways they identify, and location.

3.  A short description of the work including when it was made, a brief synopsis, and how it connects to the theme of identity.

 

The deadline for film submissions is September 10th at midnight.  Please send any questions and film submissions to ryan@freetruthmedia.com

The screening will be followed by a community talk back with the filmmakers.

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