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Screening + Q&A:
What Happened

feat. Luis Arnias, Simon Liu, and Zhou Tao

Thursday, March 4 | 6:30pm
Streaming live | FREE

HOW TO ATTEND

RSVP: Click the button above to RSVP on Eventbrite to get a reminder email before the event (optional). This event is FREE.

Join us live: The screening and Q&A will happen live on Thursday, March 4 at 6:30pm EST. View it on YouTube by clicking the video frame above. The screening portion of the program is ONE NIGHT ONLY.

Participate: Submit a question for the filmmakers to the moderator during the Q&A in the  live chat box on the right side of your screen in YouTube.

Watch later: Come back to see the Q&A portion of the program after the live event ends. The film screening portion will not be available 24 hours after the live event ends.

Need help? Contact info@lightwork.org with questions.

Join Light Work’s Urban Video Project for a special live online group screening of the What Happened program with additional works, followed by a live Q&A with filmmakers Luis Arnias, Simon Liu, and Zhou Tao on Thursday, March 4 at 6:30pm.

This event is FREE & OPEN to the public.

Event link coming above soon!

This event is held in conjunction with the public exhibition, What Happened, which will be projected by Light Work UVP on the facade of the Everson Museum of Art February 11 – April 3, 2021. More info


Program 


Total Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Terror Has No Shape (2020) and Malembe (2019) by Luis Arnais

Signal 8 (2019) and Happy Valley (2020) by Simon Liu

Blue and Red (2014) by Zhou Tao


Accessibility


CART services are available on request; please contact with requests no later than February 17.

To make accommodation requests or ask questions about facilities, please contact info@lightwork.org or 315-443-2450.


Sponsors


This event is co-presented with the Visiting Artist Lecture Series of the Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts School of Art.

Related Exhibition

What Happened
February 11 – April 3, 2021
Th. – Sat. | dusk – 11pm
Everson Museum Plaza