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High Maintenance - The Life and Work of Dani Karavan
2020 / 66 min / Israel
Director: Barak Heymann
Award-winning Israeli artist Dani Karavan has created nearly 100 environmental installations around the world. Despite his renown, Karavan is far from satisfied. The film details how the architect becomes embroiled in a serious political and artistic conflict over his latest commission -- a monument to Polish nationals who have risked their lives saving Jews during World War II.
Small Town Big Canvas: An Indiana, PA Story
2021 / 26 min / USA
Director: Bradford Devins
Dripped On The Road, a traveling artist residency program, paints 14 murals in 2 weeks in Indiana, Pennsylvania during the Covid-19 pandemic. The project transforms the town’s visual landscape while paying homage to its local history and focusing on creative sustainability. The town accepts four artists and three program directors with open, socially-distant arms, creating a heart-warming and quirky story that demonstrates the importance, power and impact of public art and community identity. In a time of crisis, uncertainty and division, the arts are a catalyst for breaking down barriers and uniting people from all walks of life.
$12 Museum Member / $5 Student / $15 Non-member
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Image: Film still from High Maintenance - The Life and Work of Dani Karavan