3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD, 21224
Suggested donation | RSVP required
We are just starting public operations back up and are only doing a select few shows this summer as we find our footing. This will be one of those special select events. As such, and in accordance with Baltimore City COVID Public Health guidelines, this show will be capped at less than 50% of our capacity. While the bar will be open, we are requiring that our audience remain masked when not consuming beverages, regardless of vaccination status. Even at this reduced capacity, physical distancing will be very limited, as we are a small space. You will likely have patrons sitting directly next to, in front of, and behind you, at a distance of less than 6 feet. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
This film is a 10 minute in depth look into the relationships between Black Women and our Mothers. The film explores reason, response, and reflection of generational cycles. The screening will be accompanied by a pop-up exhibition that features the work of cinematographer Kirby Griffin.
This program includes a music set from Randi withani, a panel discussion, an interactive activity, and more!
ABOUT THE CREATORS:
Asia L. Kenney is a filmmaker and photojournalist dedicated to exploring the physical, mental and spiritual makeup of people. She is inspired by her exploration of the world, wellness and the study perspectives outside of her own.
Kirby Griffin is a cinematographer and street photographer from West Baltimore. After landing his first feature film as Director of Photography, he has worked for networks such as BET, Revolt Tv, and HBO. Kirby makes a conscious decision to stay in Baltimore and tell the stories of people who would otherwise have their image exploited or not recognized at all. Although he frequently travels for work, he tries to bring resources back home in an effort to level the playing field.