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2018 Summer Environmental Film Extravaganza

  • Mabee Library Auditorium on the University of the Incarnate Word Campus 4301 Broadway Street San Antonio, TX, 78209 United States (map)

Want to get in from the heat? Check out the Film Extravaganza presented by the Headwaters at Incarnate Word. 

Winds of Heaven: EMILY CARR, CARVERS and THE SPIRITS of THE FOREST (AT) 1:00 p.m. “An impressionistic exploration of the spirit that informed the solitary life of one of Canada’s most celebrated and irrepressible painters. Emily Carr began painting in an era when women didn’t, at an age when most people shouldn’t, traveling to remote locations that few professional adventurers chose to go. Not only did she adopt the painting techniques of modernism, when such ideas were considered dangerous, Carr chronicled the extraordinary art and culture of native peoples, who were invisible to the dominant culture.” 

Andy Goldsworthy RIVERS AND TIDES Working With Time (FUN) 3:00 p.m. “Andy Goldsworthy makes sense-luscious sculptures entirely out of things he finds in nature — stones, twigs, leaves, plant stalks, clay, ice, snow. In this meditative 90-minute documentary by Thomas Riedelsheimer, Goldsworthy is seen working on new creations as he explains his philosophy that brings together a Zen-like appreciation of the natural world, a deeply felt connection with the Earth and all its thousand things, a fascination with time and the ephemeral existence of objects, a respect for place and all the marvels discovered within a space that one knows intimately, and a yearning to explore the energy that is running through the landscape.” 

Earlier Event: July 26
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