Artist & Filmmaker Millicent Johnnie
Conversation Moderated by Surinder Martignetti
Millicent Johnnie produces different forms of storytelling using various mediums and platforms, centering Black and Indigenous cultural communities. Where Water is Not Thirsty is a short film that follows a seventy-year-old woman, who returns to the magical world of her mind, where she reunites with her mystic self and learns of her true unbridled nature.
Join See Chicago Dance's latest program, Screendance Club: a radically casual watch-party and discussion of short dance films. Different from a typical talk-back, Screendance Club aims to create an environment of open conversation and exploration--with artists, filmmakers, and viewers on an equal footing. SCD writers curate and facilitate conversations on viewing and interpreting dance on screen.
SAVE THE DATE FOR UPCOMING SCREENDANCE CLUB EVENTS:
Wednesday, February 16 • 5:00-6:00PM Central Time
Artist & Filmmaker Majesty Royal
Conversation Moderated by Kennedy Ward
Wednesday, March 16, • 5:00-6:00PM
Artists & Filmmakers Ashwaty Chennat and Abhijeet Rane
Wednesday, April 20 • 5:00-6:00PM
Artist & Filmmaker TBA
CART Captioning will be provided for this event. If you need a different accessible accommodation to enjoy this program, or if you have any questions about accommodations, please email email@example.com or call (312) 846-6357.