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Patricia Zimmermann (Screen Studies) National Touring Exhibition WE TELL: 50 YEARS OF PARTICIPATORY COMMUNITY MEDIA screenings at University of Colorado

Contributed by Karen Armstrong on 02/25/21 

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The We Tell: Fifty Years of Participatory Community Media national touring exhibition is currently running for six weeks at the University of Colorado at Boulder. All six programs in the exhibition will be screened, with one program each week, with invited featured makers and the programmers. 

Patricia Zimmermann, Professor of Screen Studies and co-director of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, co-programmed with Louis Massiah of Scribe Video Center in Philadelphia.

 

We Tell is a national traveling exhibition of short documentaries produced by community media entities from 1967 to the present. It is programmed in six themes emerging in community media:  Body Publics, Collaborative Knowledges, Environments of Race and Place, States of Violence, Turf, and Wages of Work.

The exhibition features 41 media works from 36 diverse community-based producers, and works from 19 states and Puerto Rico. 

We Tell is supported through grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ford Foundation Just Films, and the Independence Public Media Foundation.

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