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Thursday, September 24, 2020
Sep
8
2020
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Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Friday, September 25, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Saturday, September 26, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Sunday, September 27, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Monday, September 28, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Thursday, October 1, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Friday, October 2, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Saturday, October 3, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Sunday, October 4, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Monday, October 5, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Sep
8
2020
– THRU –
Oct
6
2020

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

WRIF PRESENTS: RACE & U.S. ELECTIONS: FREE DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Please go to www.wrif.org to register for the following two (2) FREE live panel discussions on September 22 and October 6 and to watch four (4) FREE documentary film screenings addressing race, representation, and voter suppression in the U.S. democracy "at its most vulnerable point." Watch the films on demand and then join the live remote panel discussions online! Interact with filmmakers, elected officials and candidates, activists, scholars and journalists in panel discussions moderated by Dartmouth College professors Matthew Delmont and Michael Herron about issues raised by the films and paths to action.

FREE documentary films available Sept. 8 to Sept. 22 (panel discussion on Sept. 22 @ 7:30pm):

"John Lewis: Good Trouble": This documentary film tells the story of Congressman John Lewis, an American hero who spent his life fighting for voting rights and racial justice.

"Time for Ilhan": This documentary tells the story of a young, hijab-wearing mother of three as she takes on two formidable opponents in a highly contested race for a seat in the Minnesota State Legislature.

Join the "Obstacles and Paths to Expanding Representation" panel discussion on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Peter Welch, U.S. Congressman, VT At-large District
Kiah Morris, Movement Politics Director, Rights & Democracy VT
Kesha Ram, Candidate for VT State Senate
Quinton Law, Campaign Staffer & Constituent Advocate for Sen. Corey Booker
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


FREE documentary films available Sept. 22 to Oct. 6 (panel discussion on Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm):

"Slay the Dragon": A secretive, high-tech gerrymandering initiative launched 10 years ago threatens to undermine our democracy.

"Capturing the Flag": In 2016, voter protection volunteers travel to Cumberland County, North Carolina, where they learn their skills at the polls are no match for insidious modern-day voter suppression. How will they continue in the fight for democracy's most sacred promise to its citizens: the right to vote?

Join the "Voter Suppression & Action to Protect the Vote" panel discussion on Tuesday, October 6 at 7:30pm! The panel will be held remotely online via Zoom with the following persons:

Laverne Berry, Lawyer and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Anne De Mare, Director and Producer, "Capturing the Flag"
Othniel Harris, Regional Voter Protection Director, NC Democratic Party
David Daley, Author, "Ratf**ked, Why Your Vote Doesn't Count"
Rebecca Green, Prof. of Law, William & Mary; Co-Founder, Revive My Vote (VA)
Matthew Delmont, Sherman Fairchild Prof. of History, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator
Michael Herron, Remsen 1943 Prof. of Government, Dartmouth College; Panel Moderator


Presented by WRIF White River Indie Films, Inc.
501(c)3 nonprofit organization
Registration: www.wrif.org
Questions: info@wrif.org
White River Indie Films Board of Directors

9/8/20 12:00am - 10/6/20 8:30pm

Online, White River Junction

Friday, October 23, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Oct
24
2020

Immigration and the South Jersey Glass Tradition Symposium

Immigration and the South Jersey Glass Tradition Symposium

Join us online to explore South Jersey's immigration patterns, the history of the glass industry in the region, and applications of traditional European techniques in today's glass studios. We are bringing together scholars of different disciplines - folklorists, historians, glass historians, and artists - to develop future research project questions and new partnerships based on the discussions at the intersection of these fields and themes.

Registration for this virtual symposium is FREE! After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom webinar. Participants may join and rejoin the webinars at any time during the scheduled presentations.

This symposium is presented in partnership between the Down Jersey Folklife Center and the Museum of American Glass with support from the New Jersey Historical Commission. Visit our webpage for more information, including the full schedule of events and to register at wheatonarts.org.

10/23/20 11:00am - 10/24/20 4:00pm

Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center (Online via Zoom), Outside Vermont

Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Saturday, October 24, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Oct
24
2020

Immigration and the South Jersey Glass Tradition Symposium

Immigration and the South Jersey Glass Tradition Symposium

Join us online to explore South Jersey's immigration patterns, the history of the glass industry in the region, and applications of traditional European techniques in today's glass studios. We are bringing together scholars of different disciplines - folklorists, historians, glass historians, and artists - to develop future research project questions and new partnerships based on the discussions at the intersection of these fields and themes.

Registration for this virtual symposium is FREE! After registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom webinar. Participants may join and rejoin the webinars at any time during the scheduled presentations.

This symposium is presented in partnership between the Down Jersey Folklife Center and the Museum of American Glass with support from the New Jersey Historical Commission. Visit our webpage for more information, including the full schedule of events and to register at wheatonarts.org.

10/23/20 11:00am - 10/24/20 4:00pm

Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center (Online via Zoom), Outside Vermont

Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Sunday, October 25, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Friday, October 30, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Saturday, October 31, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Sunday, November 1, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Friday, November 6, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Saturday, November 7, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier

Sunday, November 8, 2020
Oct
23
2020
– THRU –
Nov
8
2020

Teaching Artist Academy

Teaching Artist Academy

The 2020 TA Academy supports artists who seek to build residency projects that address challenges that schools and communities face at this historic moment. The Academy provides demonstrations, exploratory workshops, experimentation and individual coaching from leading experts in the field—including Academy Director Eric Booth, who is widely described as the father of the teaching artist profession.

10/23/20 5:00pm - 11/8/20 3:30pm

Zoom, Montpelier