Everson Museum Plaza
401 Harrison St.
It’s hats, gloves, scarves, and galoshes season! Bundle up and join Light Work’s Urban Video Project for a series of Community Night pop-up exhibitions and events on the plaza this winter!
Times for all programs are dusk to 11 p.m. unless otherwise stated.
These events are FREE & OPEN to the public.
February 27 – March 6
Sunday – Tuesday | 6:30 – 11:00 p.m.
#StandWithUkraine. — As the war in Ukraine continues on a path of escalation, people worldwide, including Light Work’s Urban Video Project in collaboration with Oksana Kazmina (MFA.’24) of Freefilmers and Ukrainian-American artist Lida Suchy, are standing with Ukraine in solidarity. In addition to the projection of the Ukrainian flag, UVP will present stills from Freefilmers and Suchy at their outdoor projection site on the northern facade of the Everson Museum of Art. The solidarity installation will run for two weeks starting February 27, 2022, Sunday through Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
“Freefilmers are now dispersed throughout Ukraine trying to save their families, pets, comrades, and themselves due to “Special Military Operation,” which Russian president Putin started February 21, 2022.” – Oksana Kazmina
The Freefilmers Collective aims to:
•making films as alert and sensitive to reality as possible and whose primary focus is the human life and struggle for equality and freedom
• promoting independent filmmaking in Ukraine, especially East Ukraine
• decentralization of the cultural process