On Sunday, January 10th, TURN City Center for the Arts screened three of its short films at 12 Minutes Max. This is a monthly showcase at the City Library featuring the performances of local artists of various disciplines, e.g. music, dance, and of course, film. The films included "How to Dream", a nonsensical stop-go animation piece, "For the Love of Tigers", a dramatic narrative inspired by one of the individuals' drawings, and "Emanation", an experimental combination of client footage, animation, and liquid light projection. It is so magical to see everything happening on the big screen! Several audience members approached Katie and I (Natasha) after the screening to inquire about our program. We even recruited 3 new volunteers as a result of the screening. Also, one of the Art Access patrons (see Art Access posting) informed me that she came to the gallery because of 12 Minutes Max. It is indeed exciting to see our creative efforts being reciprocated with such love and enthusiasm! Many thanks to Paul and Jason at the City Library for running 12 Minutes Max, and for being willing to screen our films.
TURN City Center for the Arts
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