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Friday, May 8, 7:00 PMLogan Center, Screening RoomAmerican trans artist Zackary Drucker presents She Gone Rogue (2012), an Alice-in-Wonderland-inspired narrative that weaves a history of trans feminine people, practices, and revolutionaries into its tale of identity exploration.  A producer for the Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, as well as an artist working in performance, video, and photography, Drucker brings a funny, critical, disturbing and provocative new voice to American media.Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended (Limit 2 per person).  General seating only.  Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
She Gone Rogue: An Evening with Zackary Drucker
Friday, May 8, 7:00 PM
Logan Center, Screening Room

American trans artist Zackary Drucker presents She Gone Rogue (2012), an Alice-in-Wonderland-inspired narrative that weaves a history of trans feminine people, practices, and revolutionaries into its tale of identity exploration.  A producer for the Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, as well as an artist working in performance, video, and photography, Drucker brings a funny, critical, disturbing and provocative new voice to American media.

Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended (Limit 2 per person).  General seating only.  Appropriate for ages 12 and up.
5/8/2015 7:00 PM
Friday, May 15, 7:00 PMLogan Center, Performance HallThis rare screening features an hour-long assemblage of daily rushes and multiple takes from the earliest known surviving feature-length film with a Black cast, led by the preeminent comedian Bert Williams (1874-1922).  Ron Magliozzi, MoMA's Department of Film, will discuss the film's creation, disappearance, and resurrection.Original musical accompaniment by Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi, featuring Marvin Tate.  Introduction by Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended.  General seating only.
Bert Williams, Rediscovered: Resurrecting a Lost Landmark in Black Film History
Friday, May 15, 7:00 PM
Logan Center, Performance Hall

This rare screening features an hour-long assemblage of daily rushes and multiple takes from the earliest known surviving feature-length film with a Black cast, led by the preeminent comedian Bert Williams (1874-1922).  Ron Magliozzi, MoMA's Department of Film, will discuss the film's creation, disappearance, and resurrection.

Original musical accompaniment by Theaster Gates and the Black Monks of Mississippi, featuring Marvin Tate.  Introduction by Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.

Tickets are free.  Reservations are recommended.  General seating only.
5/15/2015 7:00 PM
Thursday, May 21, 7pmLogan Center, Screening RoomOn the occasion of his 101st birthday, we invite you to join us for a screening and symposium that will explore and unpack the connections between the ideologies of Black resistance movements and the "cosmic" philosophies of accomplished composer, jazz pianist, band leader, and poet, Sun Ra. The symposium will both reflect upon and anchor the philosophical foundation of Sun Ra's Astro Black Mythology in a contemporary conversation around Afro-futurism and movements such as #BlackLivesMatter.The film will run approximately 85 minutes.Tickets are FREE but reservations are strongly recommended (Limit 1 per person)All events take place at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, located at 915 E 60th St.
Sun Ra: Astro Black Mythology and Black Resistance Screening of Space is the Place
Thursday, May 21, 7pm
Logan Center, Screening Room


On the occasion of his 101st birthday, we invite you to join us for a screening and symposium that will explore and unpack the connections between the ideologies of Black resistance movements and the "cosmic" philosophies of accomplished composer, jazz pianist, band leader, and poet, Sun Ra. The symposium will both reflect upon and anchor the philosophical foundation of Sun Ra's Astro Black Mythology in a contemporary conversation around Afro-futurism and movements such as #BlackLivesMatter.

The film will run approximately 85 minutes.

Tickets are FREE but reservations are strongly recommended (Limit 1 per person)

All events take place at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, located at 915 E 60th St.
5/21/2015 7:00 PM
Box Office Number: 773.702.ARTS