6-7pm: Open Studio with Project Space resident Eduardo Rivera
7-9pm: film screening in the microcinema
Yi Cui (China/USA) is a filmmaker and educator whose poetic films combine traditions of essay, ethnography and experimental filmmaking. Cui spent several years in Tibet working with the filmmaking program “From Our Eyes” which supports indigenous communities to produce auto-ethnographic films. This program presents a selection of short films made by Tibetan filmmakers reflecting upon daily life, as well as Cui’s own films about her experiences working among monks, herdsmen and their families on a highland Tibetan pasture.
Learn more about the films created through “From Our Eyes” here.
Purchase tickets here
The VSW Salon is programmed by Tara Merenda Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org
The VSW Salon is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts and by the ArtWorks program of the National Endowment for the Arts.
- Still from Through the Looking Glass by Yi Cui, courtesy Icarus Films
- Yi Cui and VSW Curator Tara Nelson talk in the microcinema